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Stories from Friday, August 24, 2012

Brazil Main Street to host 'Night at the Musuem' (08/24/12)
On Saturday, Sept. 29, from 6-9 p.m., Brazil Main Street, Inc., will host a free event called Night at the Museum in order to promote the Clay County Historical Museum and teach community members about the history of the county. "My husband and I went to the museum for the first time in May," Event Coordinator Megan Hawkins said. ...
INDOT announces plans to repair SR 46 bridge (08/24/12)
BOWLING GREEN -- On Friday, the Indiana Department of Transportation announced design plans have been completed for expedited repairs to the closed State Road 46 Bridge over the Eel River west of Bowling Green. Based upon the amount of repairs needed, INDOT officials said construction engineers estimated the bridge could safely reopen to traffic in late October...
CCS School board candidates announced (08/24/12)
The Clay County Courthouse election office released the names of the non-partisan candidates for Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees on Friday, Aug. 24. Running for board trustee in District 1 is Tina R. Heffner (current board member), Kevin K. Kumpf and Theodore R. Paris. District 1 is comprised of seven precincts: Brazil 4, Cass, Jackson 1, Jackson 2, Jackson 3, Sugar Ridge and Washington...
Handgun qualification courses offered for retired officers (08/24/12)
The Clay County Sheriff's Department is giving retired law enforcement officers the opportunity to maintain and hone their firearm skills in the civilian sector. "It's hard to shut off that instinctive drive to serve and protect after years of service to their communities," Sgt. Jason Frazier said in a press release. "With that said, Sheriff (Mike) Heaton has made it possible for our department to give back by maintaining the firearms training standards for retired officers."...
Champion! (08/24/12)
Hunter Wolfe and family celebrate after he was named Champion in the Crossbred, Commercial and Other Barrow Division of the 2012 Indiana State Fair.
Church News (08/24/12)
Peniel United Methodist Church End of August already. Time does fly by. We are thankful for the late rains. Probably won't help the crops, but it will help the rivers, lakes and those important wells. As the saying goes, "You never miss the water 'till the well runs dry."...
Club News (08/24/12)
Tri County Community Club The Tri County Community Club met at the Cagle Mill Picnic area Aug. 15. A very special pitch-in was enjoyed by all. Wilma gave the blessing. Our afternoon business meeting was opened by our president, Rhonda Tincher, with all repeating the club creed and the Pledge to the American Flag...
Community News (08/24/12)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Cub Scout Notice Cub Scout Pack 45 meets regularly on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m., at the Family Worship Center, located on County Road 425 West. For more information, call 448-2395...
Knights rally to pick up WIC win at Edgewood (08/24/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor ELLETTSVILLE -- The Northview football team took a big step forward on Friday night, rallying from a 13-0 deficit to claim a hard fought, 20-13 road win against Edgewood. Northview held the Mustangs to just 20 yards of offense in the second half and the defense pitched a shutout to allow the Knights' offense time to hit its stride. The victory was an all-important conference win according to head coach George Gettle...
Public Record (08/24/12)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Aug. 22-24: Awaiting Warrant Arraignment Adkins, Clay O., 32 Harper, Crystal L., 31 Probation Violation Adkins, Clay O., 32 Harper, Crystal L., 31...
Staunton Scene (08/24/12)
Staunton native Bob Ardell is now living at Cloverleaf Healthcare of Knightsville. Bob's health is not good and his family asks for our prayers. Cards and visits to Bob would also be appreciated. Staunton First Christian Church News Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m., followed by worship service at 10:30...
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