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Stories from Thursday, December 13, 2012

Board of Works awards water bid (12/13/12)
By RACHEL PYLE Times Staff Reporter The Brazil Board of Public Works and Safety had its second meeting of the month on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 10 a.m., where it awarded Bastin-Logan Water Services for needed water work. The city conducted a public meeting on Dec. 6, where three bids were read off. After considering all three bids, city officials chose Bastin-Logan bid for $107,508...
Winner! (12/13/12)
Ten-year-old Elias Alexander was Van Buren Elementary's fifth-grade winner for the Clay County Health Department's "Working Toward a Healthy Community" Tobacco Prevention Billboard contest. Elias is the son of Mark and Michelle Alexander.
Decorating contest! (12/13/12)
The Clay City branch of First Financial Bank recently conducted a decorating contest. The judging committee members included (front, from left) Jana Sinders, Loretta Young, Gail Null, (back) Branch Manager Meghan Shidler, Beverly Rolison, Rita Robertson and South 59 Branch Manager Kim Stearley...
License branch holiday hours (12/13/12)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles Commissioner R. Scott Waddell recently announced that license branches will be closed Saturday, Dec. 22, Monday, Dec. 24, and Tuesday, Dec. 25, in observance of the Christmas holiday. All license branches will resume normal business hours of operation Wednesday, Dec. 26...
Elementary teachers give back (12/13/12)
For five years Meridian Elementary has been partnering with Wendy's Restaurant in Brazil for Giving Back Wednesdays. Taking place once a month, Giving Back Wednesdays allows Meridian teachers to serve in the dining room of Wendy's on National Avenue in an effort to give back to the community...
City Council discusses redistricting wards (12/13/12)
The Brazil City Council had its December meeting on Wednesday where they discussed the business of redistricting. According to city attorney Traci Lawson, after each census, cities are supposed to redistrict to even out the population of every ward...
Late rally sends Clay City to win over Bulldogs (12/13/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- The Clay City girl's basketball team strung together a 14-3 run bridging the end of the third period and starting the fourth quarter to rally back for a 44-40 victory over visiting Union (Dugger). The run helped the Eels turn a 28-23 deficit into a 37-31 lead in the span of barely three minutes...
Laveda Juanita Krider (12/13/12)
Laveda Juanita Krider Laveda Juanita Krider, on Dec. 12, 2012 went to meet her Lord Jesus in Heaven. Laveda was born on April 18, 1917, the sixth of a family of 12, to Clara (Morlan) and Alva Hayes. She graduated from VanBuren High School, Class of 1935. On April 18, 1936, she married George Krider and they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary together. Judy, their baby girl, was born to them in 1943. Judy was their love and joy and made their family complete...
Brazil Buzz (12/13/12)
I await the adult male Siamese feral cat's kitten -- like supper song, for now his measure of vittles rests on the table. Oh, how I wish that cross-eyed cat could see that I am his friend. He came through here last year. I saw the emaciated bob-tailed feline ambling along beneath the cedar tree row...
December 2012

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