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Stories from Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Concerns raised over proposal (02/15/12)
A packed house of citizens voiced concerns of a proposed temporary asphalt plant at a special meeting Wednesday at Brazil City Hall. Dave O'Mara Contractor Inc., North Vernon, will operate the plant at 2712 W. State Road 340, which is zoned open industrial...
Community Notes (02/15/12)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Workshop Ivy Tech Community College will conduct a workshop regarding financial aid at the Linking Education to Adult, Adolescents and Preschoolers (LEAAP) Center, 501 E. Jackson St., Brazil. The event will take place Thursday, Feb. 16, from 9 a.m.-noon, and 3-6 p.m. For further information, call 446-2536...
Public Record (02/15/12)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Feb. 10-13: Circuit Court -- Civil Cavalry Portfolio Services Vs. Trena L. Anderson: Civil Collections Vicki L. Knust Vs. Michael R. Knust: Domestic Relations...
2012 Primary Ballot (02/15/12)
Candidates on the 2012 Clay County Primary Ballot (Scheduled for Tuesday, May 8) Democratic Party President of the United States -- Barack Obama United States Senator -- Joe Donnelly Governor -- John R. Gregg U.S. Representative District 8 -- Thomas Barnett...
NCMS guard earns gold rating (02/15/12)
The North Clay Middle School Winter Guard competed at the Indiana High School Color Guard Association (IHSCGA) New Palestine show Saturday, Feb. 11, coming away with a gold rating in Cadet Class. Teams earning a gold rating must score a 54 or above...
NHS students perform well at Solo and Ensemble (02/15/12)
TERRE HAUTE -- Members of the Northview High School band took part in the Indiana State School Music Association District Solo and Ensemble contest Saturday at Terre Haute North High School. Students receiving Silver medals included: Brittany Ray (Clarinet), Joey Dierdorf (Clarinet), Shea McCoy (Trumpet), Caitlyn Jenkins (Flute), Kireston Gibson (Clarinet) and the Clarinet trio of Leslie Ringo, Ray and Gibson...
Several arrested in meth sting (02/15/12)
Eighteen Wabash Valley residents, including seven with ties to Clay County, have been indicted on federal drug charges as a result of a 14-month, multi-agency investigation. All 18 individuals were charged with conspiring to possess with the intent to distribute and distributing methamphetamine...
Official Opening! (02/15/12)
Cracker Barrel slated for Saturday (02/15/12)
While bad weather forced a cancellation in January, organizers of the annual Clay County Cracker Barrels have moved forward with the February meeting. The event is scheduled to take place Saturday, Feb. 18, from 10 a.m.-noon, at the Bowling Green Community Center...
Asphalt Plant Meeting Video Part II (02/15/12)
http://youtu.be/IMReSprlfGA
Asphalt Plant Meeting Video Part I (02/15/12)
http://youtu.be/8qBsu7lQR48
Semi accident results in arrest of driver (02/15/12)
CLAY COUNTY -- Indiana State Police Troopers responded to a semi tractor-trailer rollover near the 24-mile marker of Interstate-70 at approximately 8:54 a.m., Wednesday. A preliminary investigation revealed a black 2000 Freightliner tractor pulling a flat bed trailer loaded with PVC plastic pipe was eastbound on I-70 and traveled off the right side of the roadway...
Update: I-70 accident results in fatality (02/15/12)
MONROVIA -- A semi driver, whose rig had become disabled along Interstate-70 in western Hendricks County Tuesday morning, was fatally injured in an accident near the State Road 39 interchange. At approximately 7:36 a.m., Indiana State Police responded to a crash at the 57-mile marker of I-70 eastbound...
Local volleyball players continue success on the court (02/15/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Several young Clay County volleyball players have had success for a travel team based out of Terre Haute. The Crossroads of America (COA) 13 Red team features North Clay seventh-graders, Quinn Albright, Linzy Lunsford and Kerstie Shaw as well as sixth-grader Payton Kumpf and Clay City sixth-grader Addie Kittle. Four other players come from Honey Creek with one more from Farmersburg Elementary School...
NCAA providing glimpse of selection process (02/15/12)
JOHN MARSHALL,AP Basketball Writer The NCAA, for the first time this season, is giving the public the same information the men's basketball committee uses to select teams for the NCAA tournament. Even with all those numbers available, there's sure to be plenty of scrutiny when the final 68 teams are selected next month...
Cooley scores 22 to lead No. 23 Irish over Rutgers (02/15/12)
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) -- Jack Cooley scored 17 of his 22 points in the second half to lead No. 23 Notre Dame to a 71-53 win over Rutgers on Wednesday night. Cooley also had 18 rebounds for the Fighting Irish (18-8, 9-3 Big East), who won their seventh straight game. Jerian Grant added 11 points, Eric Atkins had 10 points and eight assists, and Pat Connaughton also scored 10...
No. 18 Hoosiers hold off Northwestern 71-66 (02/15/12)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -- Cody Zeller kept Indiana in the game Wednesday night. Verdell Jones' late charge proved to be the difference. Zeller finished with 23 points and seven rebounds, and Jones overcame a bruised right shoulder to score all six of his points over the final 4:03, helping No. 18 Indiana get past Northwestern 71-66...
From New York to Asia, Lin is a hoops sensation (02/15/12)
NEW YORK (AP) -- Bigger than Shaq? Larger than LeBron? The Knicks as NBA champions? (Don't laugh too hard at that last one. The odds are getting better, according to one online sports book.) Nothing seems too Lin-possible now after Jeremy Lin's incredible first week as an NBA starter, and the story keeps getting better...
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