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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Stories from Wednesday, January 29, 2003

Brazil is in good shape, mayor says (01/29/03)
Mayor Kenny Crabb speaks Tuesday at a luncheon for members of the Chamber of Commerce at Smokin' Charlie's Come 'n Get It Diner in Knightsville. Frank Phillips photo "Brazil is a good place to live," Mayor Kenny Crabb told members of the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. ...
Vigo County nuns sentenced in Georgia (01/29/03)
Two Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods were sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Columbus, Ga., after pleading not guilty to federal trespassing charges. Sister Rita Clare Gerardot, 76, was sentenced to 12 months probation and 500 hours of community service, part of which will be continuing her prison ministry with federal Death Row inmate David Paul Hammer...
Parking, late tax draw considered by City Council (01/29/03)
Tuesday night, Mayor Kenneth Crabb pulled from circulation an ordinance to ban parking on the south side of Mechanic Street. Ordinance 2, 2003 would have been considered for second reading. "I spoke with Mike and Paula Morris at length last week and they want to work with Layton Britt with the railroad property," Crabb said. "They want to keep the best relationship with Mechanic Street property owners."...
The Brazil Times poll supports national study: Americans uneasy about economy (01/29/03)
NEW YORK -- Consumer confidence fell in January for the second straight month, largely because Americans feel less optimistic about the future job situation and prospects for pay raises, a private research group reported Tuesday. The study was supported locally by people who chose to respond to The Brazil Times online poll. Slightly more than half the respondents said they were pessimistic about the economy this year...
Knights defense puts clamps on Eels (01/29/03)
Northview's Erica Koehler (with ball) and Sara Frazier wrestle Clay City's Amber Long (behind Koehler) for posession of a loose ball on Tuesday night. CLAY CITY -- To the Clay City Eels on Tuesday night, it must have seemed like the Northview Knights were using six defenders on the court all night. However, in reality they only had six on the floor for a few fleeting seconds when a little girl happened to find her way onto the court while play was in session...
Battling for bragging rights (01/29/03)
Clay City's Jenna Koehler goes high for a rebound over Northview's Erica Koehler and a teammate in Tuesday's Clay County battle. Jenna Koehler had six rebounds in the game.
Important weekend for Clay City (01/29/03)
Last week the Clay City Eels rebounded from their only loss in the past seven games with a victory over the Sullivan Golden Arrows, 44-37. The Eels dropped a 54-47 Southwestern Indiana Conference game with Eastern (Greene) on Jan. 17 which ended a six-game winning streak that started on Dec. 17. This week they attempt to stretch their current win total to 11 against just three losses when they face another SWIAC foe in North Daviess (3-11, 1-2 SWIAC)...
Sullivan gets rematch vs. Northview Knights (01/29/03)
Craig Greenwood will be depnded upon to help Northview on the offensive and defensive glass versus the Golden Arrows who outrebounded the Knights in their last meeting. The Sullivan Golden Arrows have been sinking in a hurry over the month of January. After a 4-1 start heading into the Pizza Hut Wabash Valley Classic Tournament, Sullivan has lost seven of their last nine contests including a pair last weekend to Clay City and Princeton to drop to 6-7 overall and 1-0 in the WIC...