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Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014

Stories from Wednesday, November 27, 2002

Veterans Day winners (11/27/02)
Cutline: Jackson Township School, Veterans Day essay winners: (Left) Jessie Timberman, Chelsi Houk, Natali Sullivan and Brad Harting. Jackson Township Elementary School had their 10th annual Veterans Day program Nov. 11. More than 30 veterans and family members attended the patriotic program in the school's new gymnasium...
Mayor: City departments may face layoffs (11/27/02)
The Brazil City Council is faced with a problem -- only one tax draw next year. The tax draw is the money the city uses to operate during the year. Normally, the city receives two tax draws, but due to reassessment taking additional time, the first draw -- normally around May -- will not be available...
Mayor calls special session (11/27/02)
Mayor Kenneth Crabb has called a special work session of the Brazil City Council on Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. at North Clay Middle School in the Commons area. Of special interest to the council and to the general public will be two items that will be discussed and reported on by Todd Frauhiger, CTE Engineers, and a representative from the Indiana Department of Transportation...
Sinfonietta Pops Orchestra begins 13th season (11/27/02)
The Sinfonietta Symphonic Pops Orchestra will begin its 13th musical season on Sunday, beginning at 3 p.m. at the Scottish Rite Cathedral Auditorium located at Eighth and Ohio streets in Terre Haute. The theme for this concert will be "Colorama-A Musical Rainbow". ...
Thankful for miracles: Family receives encouragement (11/27/02)
Conclusion of three-part series Wanda Butts had spent 16 hours in surgery for a liver transplant. Cirrhosis of the liver and hepatitis had destroyed her liver and doctors said she would not survive without the new organ. But the surgery had not gone well. The liver wasn't functioning properly and Wanda had gone into a coma...
Clay City's junior varsity basketball team (11/27/02)
Clay City's junior varsity basketball team begins play tonight at 6 p.m. versus South Vermillion preceding the varsity game. The team is comprised of: (front row l-r) Cole Schroer, Klay Knox, Kyle Romas and Dustin Griffin. (Back row l-r) Josey Vansickle, T.L. Roeschlein, Andy Brown and Clay Jones...