[The Brazil Times nameplate] Fair ~ 62°F  
High: 73°F ~ Low: 44°F
Tuesday, Sep. 23, 2014

Stories from Wednesday, December 14, 2011

New WIC program makes guidelines (12/14/11)
The Clay County Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program now has new income guidelines. The following is a list provided by the program indicating the new guidelines, including household size and annual income: Families already receiving Medicaid, Food Stamps and TANF are income eligible for the WIC Program...
Christmas Craft Hour! (12/14/11)
Children ages 7-under are invited to the Brazil Public Library Thursday, Dec. 22, for a Christmas Craft Hour. The event will take place between 6-7 p.m., and is free and open to the public. For further information, call 448-1981.
Christmas Celebration! (12/14/11)
The Clay County Genealogical Society will conduct its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, Dec. 20, at 1 p.m., in the library at Center Point. The main item of business for the meeting will be election of officers for the coming year. After the meeting, the society will have a Christmas celebration. Those interested in attending are asked to bring finger foods...
Christmas Walk! (12/14/11)
The annual Christmas In The Park Christmas Walk will take place Sunday, Dec. 18, from 6-8 p.m., at Forest Park. The event will include Christmas Caroling by various church groups.
Walking track to be finished next fall (12/14/11)
Brazil Park and Recreation Board (BPRB) members announced that the Craig Park walking track should be finished for patron use in August 2012 during the board's monthly meeting Tuesday evening. "This will be a wonderful addition to the attractions in the park," Parks Superintendent Bill Houck said. "The more recreational facilities we have, the more people and businesses will want to locate here."...
Brazil Main Street considers grants (12/14/11)
Members of Brazil Main Street discussed grants at its monthly meeting Monday night. On hand to inform the members of possible grants was Kristy Jerrell, economic development planner for West Central Indiana Economic Development District, Inc. Member Stacey Gibbens introduced Jerrell and gave some insight to what she would do for Brazil Main Street...
Knightsville Council discusses water project (12/14/11)
The Knightsville Town Council met Tuesday night for its monthly meeting and discussed its ongoing water project. On hand to provide updates and information was Richard Burch, President of Midwestern Engineers Inc. (MEI), and Kristy Jerrell, economic development planner for West Central Indiana Economic Development District, Inc...
Craft Hour (12/14/11)
Children ages 7-under are invited to the Brazil Public Library Thursday, Dec. 22, for a Christmas Craft Hour. The event will take place between 6-7 p.m., and is free and open to the public. For further information, call 448-1981.
Local arrested (12/14/11)
A Brazil man finds himself behind bars after he allegedly stabbed another man four times at The Bounty Lounge, 20 E. National Ave., Brazil, early Wednesday morning. Benjamin Johnson, 36, Brazil, is being held in the Clay County Justice Center and charged with aggravated battery causing serious bodily injury after an altercation with Blake Mullenix...
Cell phone donations go to charity (12/14/11)
Community members have an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those affected by autism through their old cell phones. Cells4Autism, LLC., is a socially and environment-friendly enterprise that uses a portion of proceeds earned from recycling donated cell phones to fund traditional autism charities such as Autism Speaks...
Local church to present Christmas music concert (12/14/11)
On Friday, Dec. 16, the First Church of the Nazarene, Brazil, will host a Christmas concert featuring Brazil's own Maurey family and special guest singer, Manuel Castillo. It will include traditional, popular, classical and sacred holiday favorites...
Knights battle past Mustangs on senior night (12/14/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor On senior night, coach Dan Mikesell made the decision to mix up his lineup a bit to get some better match-ups and to counter absences due to a flu bug that has been going around school. However, it might have been one of his seniors' decisions that had one of the most critical effects in a narrow 33-27 Knights' win on Wednesday night...
Shorthanded Knights fall to Terre Haute North (12/14/11)
Times Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview girls' basketball team dropped a 53-14 decision on the road at Terre Haute North on Tuesday night with several players out of the lineup. Freshman post player Mikayla Rowan missed the contest with some hip tightness and sophomore Leeanna Knight remains out of the lineup with lingering foot problems...
(Untitled) (12/14/11)
Knights third in invitational (12/14/11)
BY STEVE FIELDS For the Brazil Times Aaron See had a lot of things going through his head Saturday afternoon as he posed with Terre Haute South's Tsali Lough as co-MVP of the Northview High School Corporal Gregory Stultz Memorial Invitational. See was thinking about all the summer work with Northview wrestling coach Dan Mikesell; about the friend standing beside him and about the United State Marine and former Northview wrestler for whom the tournament was named. ...
Harmony Happenings (12/14/11)
This is the last week to be able to help Toys for Tots. Distribution is this Saturday, Dec. 17, at Harmony United Methodist Church. Participating families have received their appointed time to arrive at the church. This keeps the event from being too crowded at any one time...
Brazil Buzz (12/14/11)
I am enjoying this beautiful sunshiny day! I just watched a happy cardinal outside of my window. Something in the evergreens, in front of the little blue house at the end of the road fascinates the crested male finch. Could be, he is shopping for a poorly pruned Christmas tree. I can say that because I add the trimmings to those unruly shrubs...
Front cover
December 2011
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat

Browse full calendar