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Stories from Sunday, January 8, 2012

Election Time (01/08/12)
Northview High School students stepped into leadership positions recently during a Youth for the Community Committee (YCC) meeting. The students said they wanted to start a club that functions like the legislative and executive branches in a democratic government, and their main mission is to provide service to the community...
Council receives another option for wastewater issues (01/08/12)
CARBON -- Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. Vice President Mark Sullivan presented another, possibly "more financially feasible," option to solve Carbon's wastewater treatment issues. During its monthly meeting, Sullivan proposed a project to enlarge the existing wastewater lagoons in an attempt to save money that Carbon Town Council members say they just don't have...
Clay City to maintain water operations (01/08/12)
CLAY CITY -- During the Clay City Town Council recently, the council announced it will not sell Clay City's water system to Indiana American Water, which had previously discussed and researched. At the beginning of the meeting, the council voted to retain Chris Gambill as town attorney...
Community Notes (01/08/12)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Holiday Closure In observance of Martin Luther King Day, the Clay County Courthouse, Soil and Water Conservation Office, Health Department and Extension Office will be closed Monday, Jan. 16...
Eels have no answer for Miners (01/08/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor SWITZ CITY -- Playing their sixth games in less than two weeks, the Clay City Eels and Linton Miners finished their second tournament of action going in different directions on Saturday afternoon. The Miners finished up the Greene County Tourney with a pair of convincing wins to finish in fifth-place with a 55-31 victory over the Eels, who lost two-of-three in the tourney...
William Edward Smith (01/08/12)
William Edward Smith, 41, Brazil, died Friday, Jan. 6, 2012. He was born Jan. 2, 1971, in Clay County, as the son of Bobby and Janet Mohr Smith. He worked as a forklift driver in the automotive manufacturing industry until his illness prevented him from further employment...
Larry Thomas Moore (01/08/12)
Larry Thomas Moore died the week of Jan. 2, 2012, in his home in Brazil. Larry was born March 22, 1940, in Brazil. The family moved to East Alton, Ill., and he graduated from East Alton High School in 1958. Larry received his BA from Milliken University in 1962. He served in country in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1966-70...
My new name at home (01/08/12)
My new name -- at home -- correlates with the names the two dogs have been christened with. In recent weeks, a lot has changed at a household. James David is walking with much more confidence. In fact, when he falls down, rather than crawl to his destination, he gets right back up and takes off...
Resident questions need for repairs (01/08/12)
To the Editor: Stop and think about it. Take a look, and you may be surprised. Bowling Green Bridge over Eel River closed on Nov. 1, 2011, and reopened Dec. 22, 2011. According to (the Indiana Department of Transportation), and this was more than five years ago, the bridge over Eel River, in a 24-hour period, carries more than 4,500 vehicles across the main highway to Spencer, Ellettsville, Bloomington and all smaller towns like Gosport, and let's not forget, Bowling Green...
Board attempts to clear up confusion (01/08/12)
To the Editor: I'm taking this opportunity to clear up some misconceptions about the animal control in this area. There are two shelters in Clay County: Clay County Animal Rescue and Clay County Humane Society (CCHS). The two names are similar, thus the confusion...
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