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Stories from Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Northview sign gets upgraded (09/12/12)
The sign had been in place for approximately 20 years. After a while, it needed upgrades. And that is exactly what happened. On Monday, officials with Northview High School and Riddell National Bank introduced the upgrades to the sign, which sits in front of the high school off State Road 340...
NHS and CCHS to Play for the Cure (09/12/12)
Clay City High School, in partnership with Northview High School, will host Play for the Cure Monday, Sept. 17, beginning at 4 p.m., at Clay City High School. Play for the Cure is an event that takes place every year when Clay City and Northview's junior varsity and varsity volleyball teams play each other. ...
Brazil Main Street plans event (09/12/12)
During the Brazil Main Street meeting Monday, members discussed their upcoming event Night at the Museum. Members plan to hang up flyers in Brazil, Terre Haute and surrounding communities in the Wabash Valley. A+ Printing, Brazil, donated the flyers for the event...
Park Board meets (09/12/12)
The Brazil Park and Recreation Board met for their regular meeting Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 6:30 p.m., in the Brazil City Hall council chambers. The board is wrapping up several projects and events in the next few weeks. Fishing Fun Day, sponsored by the board, will take place this Saturday, Sept. ...
Fun With Fishing! (09/12/12)
The Brazil City Parks and Recreation Department will host the 8th Fishing Fun Day this Saturday, Sept. 15, from 9-11 a.m. The event will take place at Craig Park, located off State Road 340, west of Brazil. The event is free to all children ages 16-under and to adults 66-over...
United Way donations stay in area (09/12/12)
Clay County United Way Chair Kathy Deal will be focusing on different aspects of how the United Way impacts the county through a series of articles. "One of the things that I am most often asked is: 'How we can help our most vulnerable citizens, our struggling families and the next generation?'" Deal said. ...
Winner! (09/12/12)
Alice Beaman was the winner of the fourth Clay County Nature Day photography contest, which was part of Clay County Nature Day Sept. 8. Her photo was of two birds.
Rockville hosts free event (09/12/12)
ROCKVILLE -- The fourth installment of Rock the Bridge is coming to the Rockville High School girls' gymnasium Oct. 18. Doors will open at 6 p.m. This is a free community event. This year's event will feature Remedy Drive, special guest Jeff Anderson, and speakers Brian Ford, Randy Davis and Brent Lacy...
Class of 1977 Reunion (09/12/12)
The Brazil High School class of 1977 conducted its 35th reunion at the Lake House Restaurant July 21. Those in attendance were (front) Patty Buchholz Dulin, Penny Alsip-O'Neal, Kathy Heffner Grinley, Ellen Neal Packard, Drew McPheeters, Matt Jenkins, Susan Butts Treash, Cindy Bussing Horton, Lesa Sherer Miller, Pam Pickett Grimes, (second row) Bob McFarlin, Roxanna Rentschler Yocom, Kay McMichael Moss, Leandra Orick Moore, Karen West Cooper, Penny Longo Beasley, Lisa Monnett Kleiber, Jill Stevenson Doll, Chris White Pestoff, (third row) James Orick, Chuck Phelps, Phyllis Trout Emmert, Todd Emmert, Sue Baumunk Wegner, Paula Wright Brockman, Aaron Rugenstein, Mark Beasley, Greg Burns, John O'Neal, Mike Montague, (fourth row) Lisa Mattox Shouse and Becky West Foltz. ...
Reunions (09/12/12)
Brazil Class of 1951 The Brazil High School class of 1951 will meet for lunch on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Oak Ridge Golf Course. The luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. For more information or to RSVP, please call: B.J. Hofmann at 812-239-9600, Lois Casassa at 442-1619 or Veleda Eldridge at 442-1892...
Community Notes (09/12/12)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Heavy Trash Notice The Brazil City Garage recently notified The Brazil Times that throughout the month of October, heavy trash pickup will take place. The following will be days for routes:...
Be on the lookout (09/12/12)
Corn farmers should be on the lookout for two different issues out in the fields. The first is smut. Smut is a gray, moldy growth on corn ears that is believed to be linked to the poor pollination, dry weather and warm temperatures we had earlier this year...
Public Record (09/12/12)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 7-10: Circuit Court -- Civil Midland Funding Vs. Brady Aker: Civil Collections SAC Finance Inc. Vs. Ladonna Blanchard Melissa A. Lovett Vs. John R. Lovett: Domestic Relations...
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