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Stories from Wednesday, December 4, 2002

Great room accented by large skylights (12/04/02)
Deck the halls with boughs of holly! Even though Rich, Chris, Brittany and Allison Johansen are newcomers to Brazil, they gladly open their home to you during the Tri Kappa Home Tour from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Once inside 1053 Park Ave., your eyes are immediately drawn to the ceiling. ...
Author meets Harmony (12/04/02)
Philip Gulley, author of newly published book, "Christmas in Harmony", will be at the Harmony United Methodist Church at 6 p.m. Tuesday for a book signing. Gulley, a Quaker pastor who lives in Danville, Ind., with his wife and two sons, has written five other books. One is the best seller, "Front Porch Tales"...
Bridge projects going well, supervisor says (12/04/02)
New bridge construction is underway, and Lena residents probably can't be happier. The bridge, number 310, is slated for removal and a new bridge built in its place. In the near future, concrete saws will begin working on the bridge so it can be removed piece by piece...
Rep. Andy Thomas gets advice (12/04/02)
GREENCASTLE, Ind. - Andy Thomas was given lots of advice about Indiana's economy Tuesday. But, he asked for it. The newly-elected 44th District State Representative convened an Economic Development Summit in the DePauw University Student Union. He plans to make it an annual event...
City Council meets to consider flood issues (12/04/02)
The North Clay Middle School was the location for a work session for the Brazil City Council Tuesday night. The purpose was to investigate the possibility of forming a storm water district for the city. Should the city decide to form a district, plans would be laid to prevent serious flooding in Brazil...
Knights edge Eels in 71-67 thriller (12/04/02)
BRAZIL -- The Knights and Eels took turns taking knockout punches at each other on the court all night long on Tuesday night. Both made runs that might have finished a weaker team off, but neither gave up. In the end however, the Knights were the ones who were able to hold on for a 71-67 victory in their season opener...