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Stories from Friday, January 27, 2012

Northview chosen in Purdue education partnership (01/27/12)
During a Northview High School basketball game Feb. 11, fans will be hearing even more music than usual. Last spring, Northview High School was chosen by Purdue University in its Partners in Education program. The program gives Northview's band an opportunity to play with Purdue's band on multiple occasions...
Green Corps teams with ELCB for donations (01/27/12)
The Green Corps recently announced it will be working in cooperation with Exceptional Living Center of Brazil, a not-for-profit organization, to provide this community with a drop-off center for the recycling of eyeglasses and hearing aids. The Green Corps is a section of the First and Green Initiative...
School tops Riley fundraising goal (01/27/12)
With diligence and a determined mind-set, Clay City Elementary School students surpassed their 2012 Read-In for Riley fundraiser goal once again this week. Combined efforts from approximately 360 students and numerous staff, faculty and administrators, helped CCES raise $1,540.39 for those in need at Riley Hospital for children...
'Lincoln' visits local elementary school (01/27/12)
The nation's 16th president, "Abraham Lincoln", shared stories of his humble beginnings and personal and political struggles with Jackson Township Elementary School students Friday afternoon. During the special convocation, "Lincoln" opened his address with a question and answer session asking students in the audience to tell "Lincoln" his own biographical information, including birth date, presidential accomplishments, place of birth, as well as what other states he called home...
Rotary Club, local schools team up (01/27/12)
The Brazil Rotary Club is taking part in a national contest in order to increase its involvement with the local high schools. Clay County high school students can compete in the contest by preparing a four to six minute speech based on the Four-Way Test and its application to life, leadership and service. Through the experience, students can learn about Rotary and the Four-Way Test...
Read in for Riley (01/27/12)
Veterans Expo scheduled (01/27/12)
Times Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- The 2012 Veterans Expo will take place from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday, March 6, at the V.F.W. Post 972, 1111 Veterans Square, Terre Haute. According to officials, the Veterans Expo of Terre Haute is "an event organized to provide veterans and transitioning service members with the resources and services to succeed in the 21st century workforce...
New physician joins St. Vincent Network (01/27/12)
Shabaz Gill, MD, board certified family medicine, recently joined the St. Vincent Physician Network in Brazil. He has a special interest in pediatrics, dermatology diabetes, hypertension and geriatric care. Dr. Gill received his bachelor's degree in human physiology from the University of Toronto in Canada before earning his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine in the Commonwealth of Dominica, West Indies...
Staunton Scene (01/27/12)
Staunton First Christian Church Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m., with worship service following at 10:30. Doug Parkey is the minister. This week, we will have a "Youth Sunday," with young people leading in various parts of the worship service. If you need transportation to morning worship service, please phone the church office at 446-3211...
Church News (01/27/12)
Hello from Carbon Baptist We are pleased to announce this Sunday we will have as our speaker Pastor Barry Corder. We will have a meal directly after church in fellowship hall. The church will furnish the meat and drinks and we just ask if you come please bring a covered dish. This is to get to know Pastor and his family. Please come and be a part of this fellowship...
Arrows pick up WIC wins over Knights (01/27/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor SULLIVAN -- The Class 2A ninth-ranked Sullivan Golden Arrows remained in the Western Indiana Conference drivers' seat in both the boys and girls' races with victories over the Northview Knights on Friday evening. The boys captured a 74-51 victory to improve to 3-0 in the WIC and 15-2 overall and the Lady Arrows won a 43-26 decision to boost their WIC mark to 5-0...
Clay City lets one get away vs. Cougars (01/27/12)
BY STEVE FIELDS For the Brazil Times CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels may look back on their loss to the Class A No. 8-ranked North Daviess Cougars as the big one that got away. The unranked Eels played like they should be while losing a 38-37 nail biter to the Cougars with 2.6 seconds left on the game...
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