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Stories from Tuesday, February 25, 2003

Yum! Girl Scout cookies are in (02/25/03)
Covered Bridge Girl Scout Council leaders Chrisy Maccarone and Karen Brown sort Girl Scout cookies last week at the National Guard Armory in Brazil. Extra cookies were purchased so if anyone is interested in buying some, please call Sherri Stewart at 812-448-1413...
County problems, opportunities examined (02/25/03)
Clay County residents and community leaders discussed data obtained from Compass II, a community building process conducted in the Wabash Valley Monday at the Brazil YMCA. The Compass II Project, sponsored by the United Way of the Wabash Valley, Wabash Valley Community Foundation and Indiana State University, is a project designed to address problems and opportunities across ethnic, racial, religious and social strata by determining the health and human services needs and assets within an eight-county area in Indiana and Illinois. ...
Remembering old times (02/25/03)
Buz Burgess and Mark Boswell look over a few of the many old photos given away by The Brazil Times during the Crossroads Communications Home Show on Saturday at the Brazil YMCA. More photos are available at The Times office.
Crackerbarrel: Legislators focus on future (02/25/03)
State elected officials attended the second Clay County Crackerbarrel session Saturday, giving area citizens the opportunity to voice their concerns. The $850 million budget deficit in Indiana was the main concern. It has had negative impacts on such issues as tax rates, health care, job security and new job opportunities, quality education and lack of accountability in state government...
Survey says: Tax rates most important (02/25/03)
State Rep. Andy Thomas (R-Brazil) has released the results of his constituent survey. 1. What long-term issue concerns you most in this state? 22.1% - Tax rates (sales, income, property) 17.6% - Job security and new job opportunities 15.3% - Quality of elementary and high school education...
Postseason draw gives Eels and Knights long path to sectional titles (02/25/03)
Sectional draws are generally very dicey for teams across the state since much like Forest Gump's mother told him, 'you never know what your going to get.' So when Monday's Boys' Basketball Sectional draws were made by the IHSAA the Clay City Eels and Northview Knights had to feel a little like someone who got that nasty jelly filled chocolate in the box...