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Stories from Wednesday, December 26, 2012

White Out! (12/26/12)
Blizzard-like conditions smother Clay County Don't you wish it fell Christmas Day? On Wednesday, Clay Countians woke up to blizzard-like conditions. Residents had to battle the elements on their way to work. Some stayed home and others -- while on their way to work -- weren't as lucky...
A Look Back on 2012 (12/26/12)
April 1 A Journey of 'Faith' Tom and Marsha West, Poland, continue building a 60-foot steel boat named "Faith" in their front yard. Once completed, the couple plans to take the boat by truck to the Ohio River. From there, "Faith" will enter Kentucky Lake and head toward the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, a man-made waterway that extends from Tennessee to Alabama to link boats from the middle of the nation to the Gulf of Mexico using 10 locks that raise or lower boats a total of 341 feet...
Local child struck by vehicle (12/26/12)
CLAY COUNTY -- A 9-year-old male juvenile was transported to St. Vincent Clay Hospital Tuesday afternoon after being struck by a vehicle. According to information provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Department, at approximately 3:01 p.m., officials responded to a single-vehicle/pedestrian accident at County Road 200 East, approximately one-half mile south of CR 800 N...
American Legion finds a home (12/26/12)
After suffering a great loss when losing it's building, the American Legion Post No. 2 was deep in debt and without a home. Now, just two years later, the Legion has paid off $25,000 of debt, bought a new building to call home and began renovations -- all while continuing its community projects...
Community Notes (12/26/12)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Meeting Change The Clay County Humane Shelter Board will now conduct meetings at Brazil City Hall. Regular board meetings will be from 6-7 p.m., with membership meetings from 7-8 p.m., each month, during the third Monday, beginning in January...
Generations (12/26/12)
Hazel James (sitting) turned 97 on Sept. 4, 2012. She is holding her great-great grandson, Amos Lee Jenkins, who was born Sept. 5. Also pictured in the five-generation photo are Myrna James Heffner (far right), Marty Heffner and Mallory Heffner Jenkins...
Washington Township Circle Club (12/26/12)
The Washington Township Circle Club met Dec. 12, 2012, at Judy England's home. Delicious Christmas dinner was served. Rosalind gave table grace. Linda Schiele called the meeting to order. Five members, naming their favorite Christmas carol, answered roll call. Brenda led the group in singing "Silent Night."...
R-E-S-P-E-C-T! (12/26/12)
Northview seniors gaining respect Northview seniors Jessie Miller and Justin Sampson have some unfinished business on the wrestling mat this season as both competitors were less than satisfied by how their year ended in the Bloomington South Regional last year...
Kaileigh Anne Hubbell (12/26/12)
Josh and Deanna Hubbell, Terre Haute, along with their daughter, Kaitlynne Deanne, have been blessed by the birth of Kaileigh Anne Hubbell. Kaileigh was born Nov. 6, 2012, at 5:58 a.m., at Union Hospital, Terre Haute, and weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces, and was 20.5-inches long...
Travis Stroud and Tiffany Fry (12/26/12)
Kenny and Kristy Fry, Poland, would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Tiffany Fry, to Lt. Travis Stroud, son of Tim and Mary Jo Stroud, Hartford City, Ind. Tiffany graduated from Clay City High School in 2007 and received a bachelor's degree in journalism from Anderson University in 2011. She is currently employed at The Brazil Times...
Components of a lease (12/26/12)
Having a good landlord-tenant relationship is a must when it comes time to negotiate the lease. Therefore, as a tenant, I suggest talking to your landlord throughout the year and letting them know what you have been up to on their property. Specifically, letting them know what the yields were like and the results of any soil test...
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