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Stories from Wednesday, August 29, 2012

1st Mayor's Ride will benefit the Humane Shelter (08/29/12)
The City of Brazil will host the first Mayor's Ride 2012 on Sept. 8, with all proceeds benefiting the Clay County Humane Shelter. "On (Sept. 8) anybody who wants to participate will meet here at Brazil City Hall (203 E. National Ave.) from 3-4 p.m.," Brazil Mayor Brian Wyndham said. "We'll do a registration for riders, and we'll leave here at 4 p.m."...
Elementary School hosts Meet the Teacher Breakfast (08/29/12)
Eastside Elementary School hosted the parents of 5th graders for the 5th Grade V.I.P. Day: Meet the Teacher Breakfast on Wednesday, Aug. 29, at 8 a.m. Ellen Packard and Floy Galbriath, the two 5th grade teachers at Eastside, along with new Eastside principal Beth Wernz, spoke with parents of 5th grade students in an effort to give them an understanding of what the next school year will bring for their children...
Ind. literature on display at Brazil Museum (08/29/12)
The 19th state's rich literary heritage at the turn of the century is highlighted in the Indiana Historical Society exhibition, "The Golden Age: Indiana Literature, 1880-1920," through Sept. 11, at the Clay County Historical Society, 100 E. National Ave., Brazil...
Area 7 trip scheduled (08/29/12)
TERRE HAUTE -- The annual Area 7 Agency on Aging and Disabled fall trip to Branson, Mo., has been scheduled for Oct. 1-4, 2012, and only 10 seats remain. Those interested should reserve their seat as soon as possible for a music and activity-filled trip, which will include a visit to see the famous Precious Moments Chapel...
Linton Music Festival taking place this weekend (08/29/12)
LINTON -- The Linton Music Festival will take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday, in Humphreys Park, Linton. Times for Friday are 6-10 p.m. Events will kickoff Saturday at 1 p.m., and end at 10 p.m. Times for Sunday are 2-10 p.m. Admission and parking to the event are free...
The wonder of birds (08/29/12)
Nature can be seen all around us, from the ground beneath our feet to the birds and the bees flying around the sky. Many times, we forgot to value some of nature's wonders due to fear and frustrations. In my case, I don't always appreciate birds because I don't like them flying around my house, car or me...
Webinar to help beef producers (08/29/12)
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Navigating the worst drought in decades will be toughest for the livestock sector, but beef producers who do so successfully could find profitable days ahead, a Purdue Extension beef specialist said. An Aug. 30, Purdue Extension titled, "Beef Strategies to Survive the Drought of 2012 and Prosper," will help producers do just that...
Clay County All-Stars are state runner-ups (08/29/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Clay County 15U All-Star team wrapped up its summer with a runner-up finish in state competition earlier this summer, putting together a 4-2 mark in tourney competition. The All-Stars fell in the title game to Plainfield by a 6-3 score...
Knights edged by Braves in cross country (08/29/12)
Times Staff Report FARMERSBURG -- The Northview Knights placed second in a three-team meet at North Central (Farmersburg) on Tuesday evening. Junior Nic Yocom won his third straight meet by finishing in 17:05 to edge runner-up Spencer Danielson by 55 seconds. The Braves placed six runners in the top-10 to score 25 team points with the Knights placing second with 39 points. North Central placed third with 73...
Kenneth L. Phyne (08/29/12)
Kenneth L. Phyne, 73, Brazil, passed away Aug. 24, 2012, at 4:30 p.m., at his residence. He was born May 12, 1939, in Brazil, the son of William Carlisle Phyne and Alberta Irene Lowrey Phyne. He graduated from Staunton High School. While in high school, he attended Culver Military Academy during the summer months...
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