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Stories from Sunday, November 13, 2011

Board to negotiate for garage (11/13/11)
Clay Community School board members are a step closer to making a final decision regarding the drawn out bus garage debate. During the monthly meeting Thursday evening, the board voted in favor of beginning negotiations with owner Doug Williams for the property located at 410 W. Pinckley Street, Brazil...
Stabbing results in arrest (11/13/11)
COALMONT -- Officials with the Clay County Sheriff's Department arrested a Linton man following an altercation in Coalmont Saturday. According to officials, deputies were dispatched to Coalmont late Saturday evening in reference to a possible altercation and stabbing...
Coloring Champ! (11/13/11)
Sophie Tipton, 2, was the 0-3-year-old winner of The Brazil Times' annual Halloween Coloring Contest. Sophie is the daughter of Derik and Nicole Tipton, Brazil.
Bucshon visits Brazil during Municipal Election week (11/13/11)
During the recent Municipal Elections, United States Representative Larry Bucshon made several visits to local communities in Indiana's 8th District. Bucshon conducted both constituent and media visits. On Nov. 8, he paid a visit to the Brazil United Methodist Church, spending some time with Republican Mayoral candidate T.J. Sneddon...
Dinner Time! (11/13/11)
First Baptist Church will conduct its 26th Thanksgiving Day Dinner Thursday, Nov. 24. A sit down meal will be served, family style, and will start at noon, at the church, 413 S. Walnut St., Brazil. Carryout and delivery will be provided only for homebound residents in the Brazil community...
NHS Key Club selling Poinsettia Plants (11/13/11)
The Key Club at Northview High School is once again selling Poinsettia Plants to be able to help furnish gifts to underprivileged children in Clay County. The Poinsettia Plant is in a six-and-a-half inch pot with decorative wrapping. The club has five color choices, including red, white, pink, picsso (two shades of pink) and marble...
Second! (11/13/11)
Claire Siples was the second-place finisher in the 0-3-year-old division of the annual Brazil Times' Halloween Coloring Contest. Clair is the daughter of Dave and Carrie Siples, Brazil.
Republican Club to meet Nov. 21 (11/13/11)
The Clay County Republican Club will host its November meeting Monday, Nov. 21, at the Clay County Senior Citizen's Center. The meeting will be a pitch-in dinner with the theme of, "Celebrating Thankfulness." Those interested in attending are asked to bring a covered dish to share and be prepared to tell something in which they are thankful for...
County Dems to meet Tuesday (11/13/11)
The Clay County Democrat Club will conduct its monthly meeting at 6 p.m., Tuesday, at the Clay County Senior Citizen's Center. A dinner will take place and the central committee will furnish meat and drinks. All are asked to bring a covered dish. An auction will take place as well. All are asked to bring non-perishable items, which will be donated to the food pantry...
Ordering photographs (11/13/11)
To order photographs from The Brazil Times, log on to www.thebraziltimes.com. Currently, The Times is offering 20 percent off all orders of $50 or more when users use the code nov20special.
Area chapter looking for more representation (11/13/11)
The first gathering of local women meeting to form a Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter in Clay County took place Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Clay County Genealogical Library in Center Point. The mission of DAR is to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism...
Bicycle winner! (11/13/11)
Exceptional Living Center of Brazil, recently conducted its annual Safe Trick-or-Treat event Oct. 31. Local children were invited to safely trick-or-treat at the facility. Executive Director Gayle Camonte (left) and Jessica Hornbarker, Director of Admissions and Marketing (right) also presented a new bicycle to 5-year-old Nathaniel Bowels, who participated in the event and dressed as a dragon. Nathaniel is the son of Derick and Brandi Bowels, Brazil...
Class winner! (11/13/11)
Leah Schuch's fourth-grade class at Meridian Elementary School recently won the privilege of "hosting" the traveling giraffe by collecting the most "spots" for their classroom giraffe for the month of November through the school's Positive Behavior Support Program...
Community Notes (11/13/11)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Coats Available Les Rivera, along with Coats for Kids, is working to keep those in Clay County in need, warm. Rivera purchases coats from a bulk manufacturer for reasonable prices, to give to those in need. Those interested can reach Rivera at 812-241-6421...
Reunions (11/13/11)
Brazil Class of 1972 The Brazil High School class of 1972 is seeking help to find the following classmates: Debbie Allen, John Anderson, Rose Barnstead, Kathy Cass, Debra Clark, Cheryl Coffin, Stephanie Dellacca, Juel Felty, Mary Beth Goodhart, Deborah Grimes, Linda Love, Lynn McAuliff Wilson, Joyce McCain, Diane McKinney, Gary Petty, Stephanie Price, Beverly Raab, Charles Schurnpel, Debbie Reese Shoup, James Stewart, Janet Watler, Angelica Williams, Tony Winn and Kathy Zentko...
UNWV sets up online auction (11/13/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- On Sunday, at 9 a.m., United Way of the Wabash Valley kicked off its fourth Bid United 8-day live online auction. The Bid United online marketplace will feature merchandise and services from local businesses. Using auction-style bidding, consumers can place bids on items, and if at the end of the auction they are the highest bidder, they win...
Daniels eyes 'right to work' (11/13/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Gov. Mitch Daniels has long flirted with "right to work," but it seems he can't decide whether to take it to the big dance -- his last session as governor. Daniels' disdain for public sector unions is no secret. In his first year in office, he stripped collective bargaining rights for public employees via an executive order. ...
Sinfionietta Orchestra to perform Nov. 19 (11/13/11)
WEST TERRE HAUTE -- Make "Christmas at the Woods" the musical inspiration for the holidays. The Sinfonietta Pops Orchestra concert will be performed in the Cecilian Auditorium at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College Saturday, Nov. 19, at 3 p.m. Refreshments at intermission will be provided by the Board of Directors of the Terre Haute Community Band, Inc. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 10 will be admitted free...
Sycamore hoops hits road to Louisiana (11/13/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Indiana State Sycamores head to Louisiana-Monroe for the first of two contests against the Warhawks this season beginning at 8 p.m. this evening. Indiana State is looking to improve to 2-0 this season after winning its ninth season opener in the last 10 tries with a 79-72 victory over Eastern Illinois on Friday at the Hulman Center...
Clay City girls looking for another big season (11/13/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Continuity is a valuable commodity in high school sports and the Clay City girls' basketball team will enjoy it this season as all five starters return from a team that has won sectional titles in last two years. Last season the Eels reached the regional championship in a 17-8 campaign...
Hunting time in Indiana is here! (11/13/11)
For the last few weekends, I have awaken by the sound of the familiar bang of a gun. It was that familiar sound that reminded me that I live near a woods, and it is hunting time in Indiana. In Indiana, there are several different hunting and trapping seasons declared by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). ...
State USDA Farm Service Agency director gives thanks (11/13/11)
Fall is upon us and we are all working diligently to finish harvest. I thank you for all that you do as an Indiana agricultural owner or operator to feed and fuel this growing nation and world. Thanksgiving is right around the corner, but it is important to thank you, the American farmer, every day for all you do for our global economy...
So much I'm missing (11/13/11)
The last few days, I've felt sick as a dog. It all started Tuesday. After I went home from lunch, I started feeling strange. I went home again to rest for a little bit more and nothing was helping. I decided to lay in bed for a while, but couldn't fall asleep...
The Wily Fox (11/13/11)
Years ago, my father and I were fishing at Chinook SRA in Staunton. While we fished, we noticed that a red fox was sitting on the bank watching us. Its curiosity and interest in us was matched with our curiosity of him. Beautifully, it posed for us as we made portraits of it in our minds -- it really didn't mind our casting and seemed very interested at the action of the blugill we reeled in...
Some can be so thoughtful (11/13/11)
To the Editor: A Hoosier trait, which is alive and well, flourishing in many of the small towns and rural communities of Indiana, is the spirit of volunteering. So often, a few citizens see a need and rather than looking for a governmental agency or community group to remedy the problem, they simply act...
Some people are so cruel (11/13/11)
To the Editor: It was a big decision my boyfriend and I had to make about getting a puppy last year, not sure if we were ready to take on more responsibility then we already had. We looked in the paper for months at dog ads and finally decided to get a boxer puppy...
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