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Stories from Friday, December 14, 2012

Park Board thanks McCullough (12/14/12)
The Brazil Park and Recreation Board met for their regular meeting Tuesday, Dec. 11. The board first heard from Mayor Brian Wyndham who commended the board for all of its hard work. "This is a thankless job," Wyndham said, "but you do it because you like the community. You've made the whole park system what it is, and we get a lot of good comments about the parks. I don't want you to think your work goes unappreciated."...
Boil order in effect for some residents (12/14/12)
Some Brazil water customers will be on a boil order through the weekend. According to Brazil Water Superintendent Jake Raubuch, a water line broke on County Road 700 North, south of State Road 59, at approximately 9 a.m., Thursday. Because of the line break, Brazil water customers between Brazil's booster station on SR 59 going south to CR 500 N., were without water for close to three hours...
CCS honors board members (12/14/12)
The Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees met for their last scheduled meeting of the year on Thursday. The board first read and approved policies on bed bugs and student wellness. Superintendent Kim Tucker said bed bugs have not been a large issue in CCS, as the school corporation uses several cleaning methods to safeguard against them...
Staunton Scene (12/14/12)
The United Methodist Churches of the North Clay County Cluster are happy to present, "The True Christmas Story -- Live," Sunday, Dec. 16, from 3-5 p.m., outdoors at Epworth United Methodist Church, East National Avenue in Brazil. Admission is free, and everyone is invited to stop by and enjoy this inspirational presentation...
Church News (12/14/12)
Carbon Baptist Church Christmas fills our hearts with love because God first loved us. Do you notice the different expressions on the faces of shoppers during this time of year? Anxious? Stressful? Joyful? I trust smiles and joy fills your face as we prepare for the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ...
Mace beats buzzer in Knights' win (12/14/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor When the Knights and Edgewood square off in boy's basketball, it is a fairly good bet that the game is going to be an emotional and close contest. Last year's battle went to the Knights in overtime in a four-point affair and two seasons ago it was a two-point win by Northview. ...
Knights fall short against Mustangs (12/14/12)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Edgewood Mustangs continued their recent mastery over Northview in girl's basketball, pulling away in the middle quarters and holding off a late rally by the Knights for a 40-31 win. The victory was Edgewood's fifth straight in the series...
William Huber Jr. (12/14/12)
William Huber Jr., 88, Sellersburg, Ind., formerly of Brazil, died Dec. 6, in Sellersburg. He was born May 8, 1924, in Huey, Ill., to William Sr., and Freida (Wagner) Huber, where his father was a traveling highway construction worker. The Huber family moved to Brazil in 1936...
Jeanne A. Driscoll (12/14/12)
Jeanne A. (Lund) Driscoll, 78, Lake Station, passed away Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, at her home. She was born April 25, 1933, to the late Noid and Lela Lund in Chicago, Ill. Jeanne spent her life taking care of her family. She was a member of St Francis Xavier, Ladies Sodality of St Francis Xavier, part of the Prayer Group at Our Lady of Sorrows, past den mother for eight years for the Boy Scouts Pack 20 and past Girl Scout leader for 20 years. ...
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