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Stories from Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Goblins and ghouls galore! (10/31/12)
Local kids dressed in their Halloween costumes visited The Brazil Times on Hallloween to get their photos taken for the paper. All photos will appear in the Friday, Nov. 2, edition of paper. Thanks to all who came out for this special event.
Crooks speaks at Rotary Club (10/31/12)
David Crooks visited Brazil Wednesday to drum up support during the final leg of his campaign. Crooks is running for the 8th Congressional District, against Republican incumbent Larry Bucshon. Crooks spoke at the Rotary Club's weekly meeting where he discussed his platform and his view of Congress...
Clover Signs changes location (10/31/12)
By RACHEL PYLE Times Staff Reporter Clover Signs, a local business since 2002, will soon move a little bit farther west. The company hopes to move from their current address, at 34 East National Avenue, to their new building, located at 932 West National Avenue, come December...
ARMOR program seeks to encourage positive behavior (10/31/12)
By AUBREY CHURCHWARD Times Staff Reporter Northview High School is awarding positive behavior with their new ARMOR tickets program. ARMOR (Accountable, Respectable, Motivated, Organized and Responsible), is Northview's motto to promote positive behavior and actions for its students...
Hoskins depending on experience in run for re-election (10/31/12)
Chip Hoskins (D), Brazil, is running for re-election in the Clay County Council, At-Large. Hoskins has served as a county councilman for four years. "I'm running for re-election because I enjoy it for one thing, and for another I feel comfortable with what I do now," Hoskins said. "I have learned about the structure of the county government and how the county works financially."...
Costumes for the Cure raises money for breast cancer research (10/31/12)
Northview High School hosted "Costumes for the Cure" for the second year in a row to raise money for the Susan G. Komen foundation for breast cancer research and awareness. Northview teacher Joanna Connors and her interpersonal relationships classes headed the campaign...
Abnormalities in the woods (10/31/12)
We have all seen them. Some individuals have even taken photos of them. Perhaps you even have one growing in your yard. I know we have one growing on our farm. By now, you are probably wondering what I am referring to. I am referring to twisted and weird shaped trees...
Impatiens seminar slated for Nov. 8 (10/31/12)
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Professionals in plant nursery, greenhouse and garden center businesses can learn prevention and treatment tips for downy mildew of impatiens during a Nov. 8 program. Downy Mildew of Impatiens, sponsored by the Purdue Cooperative Extension Service and Northwest Indiana Floriculture Association, will be 5-7:30 p.m., at Maday's Wholesale Greencastle, Inc., 2215 E. Richton Rd., Crete, Ill., about five miles across the Indiana state line from Lake County...
Contest Winners! (10/31/12)
Students at North Clay Middle School participated in Red Ribbon Week Oct 23- 25,with several activities. Tuesday was Crazy Sock Day to "sock it to drugs." Wednesday was Wear Your Boots Day to "stomp out drugs" and Thursday was Wear Red Day. A contest took place on Thursday to see who could wear the most red. ...
Community Notes (10/31/12)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Canceled Peniel United Methodist Church, 9525 N. Kennedy Crossing Rd., Brazil, will not have its annual turkey/roast beef supper and bazaar this year. Scheduled Meetings...
Terre Haute After 5 to conduct auction (10/31/12)
TERRE HAUTE -- Terre Haute After 5 will conduct an auction with Johnny Swalls Tuesday, Nov. 13, from 6:30-8:15 p.m. The theme is "Do I Hear A Bid?" The event will take place at the Providence Center, on the campus of St. Mary-of-the-Woods College. Cost is $16 inclusive...
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