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Stories from Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Community theater prepares for annual Christmas program (11/28/12)
Members of the Clay County Community Theatre are preparing to present their annual Christmas production. This years program, titled a "Christmas At The Lark: A Tapestry of Light," will run Dec. 6-8. The troupe wants to convey the lighter side of the holiday with a new Celtic-styled cantata. Each performance will include a medley of songs, narrations and skits...
Moonlight Madness set for Saturday (11/28/12)
Seasoned Wick co-owners Lori Brown and Tracy Chiles, along with other business owners along United States 40 in downtown Brazil, are inviting the public to "Moonlight Madness" Saturday. Throughout the day, businesses along U.S. 40 will offer customers various specials...
Workman home to be featured (11/28/12)
The final featured home on this year's Home Tour belongs to Micah and Sarah Workman. Their ranch style home sits on four acres in a tranquil country setting. The house was built in 2004 and much of the work was done by Micah and his father. The home is 1,980-square feet with a full basement...
Chamber Presents Awards (11/28/12)
Clay County Chamber of Commerce president Justin Campbell (right) presented plaques at Tuesday's Chamber meeting to Steve Kidwell (left) and Kim Emmert O'Dell (center) to honor their dedication to the Chamber as members of its Board of Directors.
Indiana National Guard MP Soldiers to return from Afghanistan (11/28/12)
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana National Guard military police soldiers with Task Force Guardian are scheduled to return from Afghanistan at approximately 12:45 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 29, to Building 9, Stout Field, located at 2002 S. Holt Rd., Indianapolis...
Pork industry escapes drought effect (11/28/12)
WEST LAFAYETTE -- An increase in lean hog prices and a decrease in feed costs have combined to reduce the drought's effect on the pork industry, a Purdue Extension agricultural economist said. During the height of the drought, when December corn futures reached $8.49 per bushel, and December soybean meal futures reached $540 per ton, markets anticipated heavy liquidation of sows...
Thinking of safety on the farm (11/28/12)
Safety is a concern that everyone shares. When it comes to farming, there are several things individuals should be aware of in order to maintain a safe working environment. On the farm, hauling feed or checking on livestock using an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) could result in a rollover, loose clothing could get entangled in a power take-off (PTO), an individual could be trampled by a bulb, or even an ankle could be twisted while getting on or off a tractor...
Second-ranked Panthers power past Northview (11/28/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor An inexperienced Northview wrestling team opened the season facing a tall task in hosting second-ranked Bloomington South and the Panthers looked the part in gaining a 66-6 victory over the Knights. The Panthers returned eight competitors that were either sectional champions or runner-ups last year and boasted five wrestlers ranked in the top-20 overall in their respective weight classes according to Indianamat.com...
Braves pull away from Knights (11/28/12)
Times Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview Knights went toe-to-toe with Terre Haute South for two quarters on Tuesday night in girl's basketball action. However, the Braves used a second half surge to pull out to a 53-36 victory on their home court...
Lucille Miller Foxworthy (11/28/12)
Lucille Miller Foxworthy, 95, Greenwood, went home to meet her Lord on Monday, Nov. 26, 2012. She was born Aug. 30, 1917, in Brazil, Ind. She was preceded in death by her husband of 63 years Sam Foxworthy, her son Billy Joe, Tampa, Fla., her mother and father Francis and Dave Miller, five brothers and two sisters, all of Brazil, one granddaughter Sheri Brumett, one great-grandson Tommy Coomer, and one great-great-grandson Joshua Haughey...
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