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Stories from Thursday, September 27, 2012

List takes new role within company (09/27/12)
After 11 years of leading The Brazil Times as publisher, Randy List has taken on some new challenges. List has been transferred to lead several newspapers in western Iowa. He began his new duties this week. While List will remain the publisher and part-owner of all three Indiana properties owned by Rust Communications, including the Banner Graphic in Greencastle, and Greene County Daily World in Linton, as well as The Brazil Times, Chris Pruett has been promoted to senior general manager...
Candidates meet public (09/27/12)
Six state representative candidates and one federal level candidate attended the political forum sponsored by the Clay County Chamber of Commerce and Clay County Farm Bureau Thursday night. U.S. representative for District 8 candidate Dave Crooks started the forum by introducing himself and answering the first questions. One questions was, "What will you do to reach across the aisle to work with the opposing party in order to reach a compromise that will help in gridlock at the White House?"...
Historical Society to meet Monday (09/27/12)
The Clay County Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 1, in the lower level of the museum. Megan Hawkins, Chair of the "Night at the Museum," will provide a report about the event and may possibly bring a character from the past with her...
Technifab expands property (09/27/12)
Technifab Products recently announced it purchased five acres of property and a 4,500-square foot building adjacent to its existing Brazil facility. With the purchase, Technifab has room to add an additional 50,000-square feet to its Brazil headquarters...
Cornhole! (09/27/12)
Cornhole lovers should take note of a tournament set for Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Cory Apple Festival. The tourney is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m., with registration from noon-1 p.m. Cost is $30 per team. The winning team will win the grand prize of $125. The second-place team will earn $50...
Habitat receives fund (09/27/12)
IndianaMarching.com Week 3 Polls (09/27/12)
Class A 1. Avon 145 (5) 2. Homestead 140 (5) 3. Lawrence Central 129 4. Carmel 126 5. Lake Central 105 6. Center Grove 103 7. Ben Davis 92 8. Castle 68 9. Lawrence North 59 10. Carroll 50 Others Receiving Votes: Penn 48, Snider 48, Lafayette Jefferson 42, Fishers 14, Columbus North 13, Hamilton Southeastern 5, Franklin Central 4, Terre Haute North 3, Brownsburg 2, Decatur Central 2, Warren Central 2...
Reunions (09/27/12)
Wright-Caton Reunion The Wright-Caton reunion will take place Sept. 30, at the Knightsville Community House. Eating will take place at 1 p.m., with games to follow. Those interested in attending are asked to bring a covered dish or two and table service. Tea and lemonade will be furnished...
Community Notes (09/27/12)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Book Sale The Friends of the Library will conduct a book sale Friday and Saturday, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The event will take place in the garage across the street from the library...
Illinois Lottery (09/27/12)
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Here are the winning numbers selected Wednesday and Thursday in the Illinois Lottery: Wednesday Pick Three-Midday 8-3-4 Pick Three-Evening 8-1-0 Pick Four-Midday 8-4-4-4 Pick Four-Evening 1-5-3-0 Lucky Day Lotto 15-16-27-28-35 Lotto...
Hoosier Lottery (09/27/12)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Here are the winning numbers selected Wednesday and Thursday in the Hoosier Lottery: Wednesday Daily Three-Midday 8-5-9 Daily Three-Evening 0-1-0 Daily Four-Midday 3-5-8-6 Daily Four-Evening 2-9-0-0 Lucky 5-Midday 3-17-18-21-33...
Community Action Program offers small business loans (09/27/12)
The Community Action Program, Inc., of Western Indiana has a revolving loan program, which helps individuals fulfill their dreams through small business loans. The goal of the small business loan program is to assist and foster microenterprise and small business development growth...
Knights end regular season with soccer victory (09/27/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview girl's soccer team wrapped up the regular season by stopping visiting Owen Valley in a 6-0 conference shutout that gave the Knights a 4-2 WIC mark. The Knights used a three-goal outburst over a six minute span of the second half to put away the Patriots as Hannah Minor finished off a hat trick and Haley Zadeii added a pair of assists in the victory...
Knights roll past Eagles in sectional play (09/27/12)
By STEVEN PENN Times Staff Reporter The Northview boys' tennis team moved on in sectional play at home Thursday night, after sweeping South Putnam 5-0. Head coach Craig Cook said he liked what he saw from his team. "From what I can see, everybody played pretty well," Cook said. "We've already played these guys once so (the goal was) to just come out and take care of business."...
Mary Jo Hite (09/27/12)
Mary Jo Hite, 94, previously of Brazil, passed away Sept. 4, 2012. She was born Aug. 3, 1918, to Wylie and Lottie Harper Roberts, in Mt. Vernon, Texas. In 1978, she moved back to Mt. Vernon, Texas. She had been in Kaufman Nursing Home since 2005, near her brother Wylie Roberts...
Obituary Notices (09/27/12)
Larry Wayne Ball, 70, Coal Bluff, passed away Sept. 21, 2012, at his residence. Visitation will be from 10-11 a.m., Friday, Sept. 28, at Roselawn Funeral Home. Services will take place at 11 a.m., Friday, at the funeral home, with Pastor Robert Sampson officiating. Entombment in Roselawn Memorial Park's Chapel of Memories will follow. Online condolences may be made at www.roselawnfuneralhome.net...
Public Record (09/27/12)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 25-27: Circuit Court -- Civil Courtney R. Robison Vs. Donald G. Sutherlin: Miscellaneous Civil Autovest LLC Vs. Roy L. Glidden: Civil Collections Hulman Field Tech Federal Credit Union Vs. Carol A. Carter: Civil Collections...
Brazil Buzz (09/27/12)
Oh what a beautiful crisp morning. A sense of fall is in the air. The foliage of the Catalpa tree is turning yellow and brown, weeds, at seed, are bending low. The farmer will soon be harvesting his crop of soybeans beyond the cedar windbreak. There could be a better than fair harvest after all...
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