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Stories from Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Center Point discusses new sign regulations (11/14/12)
The Center Point Town Council met for its regular meeting Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m., in the Center Point Town Hall. The council first heard from Kevin Greene, a representative from Schneider Engineering Corporation, who spoke to the council about new laws concerning road signs...
Winner! (11/14/12)
Eighteen-year-old Megan Brunette, Brazil, was the 2012 winner of The Brazil Times Halloween Coloring Contest in her age division.
Main Street hosts Deck the Streets contest (11/14/12)
During the Brazil Main Street meeting Monday, members discussed an upcoming holiday contest. Deck the Streets of Brazil is a contest where area businesses will decorate their windows for the holidays. Participants will have posters, donated by Justin Haulk and A+ Printing, in their windows and cans inside to collect votes...
Bench dedication honors fallen soldier Arronn Fields (11/14/12)
Members of the Knightsville community honored Spc. Arronn David Fields on Tuesday, dedicating a bench in his name. Fields died from injuries he sustained during a rocket-propelled grenade attack in Afghanistan May 21. Members of Fields' family were in attendance including his niece and nephew. Pastor Richard McShanog led the dedication...
Extension Homemakers sponsor program (11/14/12)
Those wanting to learn more about home maintenance for women are invited to come to the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds Nov. 15, at 1 p.m. Dan Dragon will provide the lesson, "Home Maintenance For Women," as part of the Indiana Homemakers Week celebration...
Special Visitor (11/14/12)
Air Force Pilot, 1st Lt. Jason Brown, paid a visit to the children of the Linking Education to Adults, Adolescents and Preschoolers (LEAAP) Center on Veterans Day. The children have been studying the letter "P," so not only did they learn about the importance of Veterans Day, but they also talked about the words pilot, plane and parachute. Lt. Brown also told the children about the importance of working hard in school and doing their best so they can pursue whatever career they choose...
Diabetes self-management classes offered (11/14/12)
GREENCASTLE -- Putnam County Hospital will offer a group of classes for diabetes self-management Tuesday, Nov. 27. The material will be divided into two sessions, including Diabetes 101: Diabetes Basics, and Diabetes 201: Proper Nutrition, which will include carbohydrate counting...
Silver Gloves Boxing Tournament to take place in Terre Haute (11/14/12)
TERRE HAUTE -- The annual Silver Gloves Boxing Tournament, hosted by Ryves Youth Center, will take place Dec. 1-2. Matches will take place beginning at 1 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 1, and at noon, Sunday, Dec. 2. Doors will open one hour prior to the first match...
Colts host Bleed Blue Blood Drive Dec. 8 (11/14/12)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Blood Center will kick off the 13th annual Bleed Blue Blood Drive and Health Fair at Lucas Oil Stadium Saturday, Dec. 8, the largest single-day blood drive each year in the state. This year's event holds special meaning following Colts' coach Chuck Pagano's battle with leukemia...
Students take part in Field Day (11/14/12)
The Clay County Soil and Water Conservation District has hosted field day for Clay County seventh-graders since 1961. This October marked the 51st year for giving the students the opportunity to spend a day learning about various natural resources...
Sheep and Goat webinar coming up (11/14/12)
Last year, several sheep and goat producers locally and throughout the state were able to take part in the sheep and goat webinar, hosted by Purdue Extension. During last year's webinar, participants learned one of the best ways to help care for kids (newborn goats) is through preparation before they arrive...
Carter signs with Div. I East Tennessee State (11/14/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The sport of softball has been a large part of Northview senior Taylor Carter's life since she was young and as she sat in the high school library on Wednesday afternoon, it became official that the sport will pay for her college education...
Naomi R. Ziberna (11/14/12)
Naomi R. Ziberna, 91, of the northwest side of Chicago, formerly of Brazil, passed away Nov. 13, 2012. Born Oct. 24, 1921, in Evansville, Ind., to James McKechnie and Elizabeth Law McKechnie. She was the beloved wife of Max C. Ziberna and the loving mother of John (Melissa) Ziberna. She was the dear sister of the late Margaret K. Meuer and a member of the Park Ridge Baptist Church...
Gretchen Nora (Girton) Clark (11/14/12)
Gretchen Nora (Girton) Clark, 74, Brazil, passed away Nov. 13, 2012, unexpectedly with her family by her side at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Gretchen was born May 16, 1938, the daughter of Henry and Ruth (Armstrong) Girton. She was a member of the Reelsville High School graduating class of 1956. Gretchen worked as a seamstress at Windbreaker's and Adamson's. She was also a custodian for the courthouse and cleaned houses for homeowners...
Georgetta M. Lucas (Snell) (11/14/12)
Georgetta M. Lucas (Snell), 92, Avon, passed away Nov. 13, 2012. Lucas was a noted artist, retired educator and mother. She was a member of the Hendricks County Ramblers, Bridgeport OES #513, Pen Women, Indiana Artist Council and the Church by the Side of the Road...
Debra Ann Lintz (11/14/12)
Debra Ann Lintz, 56, Brazil, passed away unexpectedly, Nov.13, 2012, at her home. She was born in Terre Haute, Ind., the daughter of Bernard Lintz Sr. and Shelby Allsup. Debra lived much of her life in Sun Valley, Calif., where she raised two sons Johnny and Clint Lintz. ...
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