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Stories from Friday, March 16, 2012

Water adjustments discussed (03/16/12)
The Board of Public Work and Safety met Wednesday morning to discuss water adjustments for area laundromats. According to Brazil Mayor Brian Wyndham, it was found the usage adjustments are for 50 percent. One laundry mat subject to the adjustments is Adamson's Cleaners...
Bell returns home (03/16/12)
It was such a surprise when they saw it on the auction list. Clay Community Schools Building and Grounds Director Tom Reberger told The Brazil Times earlier this year, Meridian Elementary School Instructional Assistant Susie Howard noticed a bell from the old Meridian building was listed as up for auction...
New test: Pass or fail? (03/16/12)
It's pass or fail for a large number of Clay Community School (CCS) students who will take a newly state mandated standardized test. During the week of March 19-21, Indiana third-graders will be clicking their mouse to submit answers for the IREAD-3...
Circuit Court Judge candidate believes in accomplishments (03/16/12)
Clay Circuit Court Judge Joseph D. Trout, a Democrat, is running for re-election in the upcoming Primary election. Trout believes he has had many accomplishments in his six years as circuit court judge including: Implementing a set of procedures that have been important in moving cases through the system, trying to set priorities for cases to be heard, limiting the number of continuances allowed, trying to make sure sentences are appropriate for serious crimes and rejecting plea agreements when he thought they weren't appropriate.. ...
CCHS sends 12 to state competition (03/16/12)
Competing student's results are in after Clay City High School (CCHS) hosted its first Business Professionals of America District Leadership Conference in January. "The experience is really worthwhile," senior Jake Tiefel said. "In the event I was in, you have a business, and you have to get it started by creating financial plans ..."...
12 NHS students earn firsts for BPA (03/16/12)
According the Business Professionals of America (BPA) club sponsor Beth Moody, 2012 may be the last year Northview High School students will compete in district, state and national BPA competitions. "Money is an issue," Moody said. "Raising the funds is getting more and more difficult, and as of the end of this year, I will no longer be the BPA sponsor, and no one else in the department has volunteered yet."...
Corrections (03/16/12)
In the article, "Signing of agreement delayed," which appeared in the Friday, March 16, 2012, issue of The Brazil Times, the Clay County Commissioners voted 3-0 to award a contract for appraisal support services through the Clay County Assessor's Office for Tyler Technologies. The contract is for three years, rather than two years...
School drama clubs to present plays (03/16/12)
Both Clay City and Northview high school drama clubs will present plays Saturday. Clay City will perform, "The Boarding House," at 2 p.m. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for general admission at the door. Northview will perform, "Bard in a Box," a modern day version of "The Taming of the Shrew," at 7 p.m...
I-70 project to begin Monday (03/16/12)
CLAY COUNTY -- The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) recently announced the patch and rehabilitation project from United States 40 to State Road 59 would begin on or after Monday, March 19. The project on Interstate-70 is a patch and rehabilitation project from U.S. 40 to SR 59...
Clay Community Schools Students Honored (03/16/12)
Academic Team wins two events (03/16/12)
The Northview High School Academic Team won two of the six subject area competitions Thursday in the Terre Haute North Academic Super Bowl Invitational competition. The Knights got their best score of the evening in English, correctly answering 16 of 25 questions on Revolutionary War readings. Team members are Evan Pierce, Conner Ringo and Levi Allen...
NHS grad taking part in seminar (03/16/12)
Northview High School graduate Brittany Stigler, currently a student at Indiana University, will take part in IU's Breaking Boundaries: Meaning Beyond the Text. The event will take pace Wednesday, March 21, at the Indiana University Memorial Union, Maple Room, from 4:45-6 p.m...
I-70 project to begin Monday (03/16/12)
CLAY COUNTY -- The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) recently announced the patch and rehabilitation project from United States 40 to State Road 59 would begin on or after Monday, March 19. The project on Interstate-70 is a patch and rehabilitation project from U.S. 40 to SR 59...
Staunton Scene (03/16/12)
The Staunton Lady Volunteers will have a yard sale at the Staunton Community Center Saturday, March 24. Tables are $15 if you use one of our tables or $10 if you bring your own. Sale hours will be 9 a.m.-2 p.m. If you would like to reserve table space, call 448-3023. Space is limited, so call right away. Breakfast and lunch food will be available for purchase at the sale...
Church News (03/16/12)
Eastside Christian Church Hello again from Eastside Christian Church. What a beautiful service we had Sunday. One of our dedicated couples came forward and gave their testimony and asked for the congregation to pray for them and their family. We are a church that does believe in the power of prayer, so we will all be praying for them...
Local college athletes perform well in tourney settings (03/16/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Olney Central baseball and softball teams took a trip south for Spring Break and each played a wealth of games in the warm Myrtle Beach weather. The softball team produced four straight wins to finish off a 6-3 trip in South Carolina to improve to 9-8 overall...
Indiana impressive in 79-66 win over NM State 
 (03/16/12)
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- After a four-year absence, Indiana is making its NCAA tournament return last longer than just one brief appearance. And even though it's one victory, it's still a moment worthy of reflection for Indiana coach Tom Crean after rebuilding a gutted program and leading the Hoosiers to a 79-66 win over New Mexico State -- their first in the NCAA tournament in five years...
Terry Ray Lawrence (03/16/12)
Terry Ray Lawrence, 54 Terry Ray Lawrence, 54, Brazil, passed away March 14, 2012, at 6:30 p.m. following a long battle with heart related illnesses. Terry was born in Brazil, Aug. 25, 1957, the son of Glen and Rosanna (White) Lawrence. Terry worked at CBS in Terre Haute, as a group leader at Happico, in Greencastle until 2005 and at the Brazil Elks as a bartender. He was a member of First Apostolic Tabernacle in Brazil...
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