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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Stories from Saturday, June 7, 2003

Preservation celebrated, Part 2 of 3 (06/07/03)
Lynn Hamilton photos Traditions, top, and Jack's Fine Foods, bottom,are two among five of the area's historic landmarks to receive awards from Clay County's Preservation Association. Part 2 of 3 The celebration of five of the area's historic landmarks Monday at 7 p.m. at Traditions in downtown Brazil is open to the public. Clay County's Preservation Association hopes a large number will attend and indulge in cake, coffee and tea while enjoying the presentation of the awards...
Preservation celebrated, Part 1 of 3 (06/07/03)
Lynn Hamilton photos Traditions, top, and Jack's Fine Foods, bottom, are among two of five of the area's historic landmarks to be recognized by Clay County Preservation Association. Part 1 of 3 Clay County's Preservation Association will be presenting awards to five of the area's historic landmarks Monday at 7 p.m. at Traditions in downtown Brazil...
Shelter reaches out to homeless (06/07/03)
Try to imagine being a 21-year-old homeless female. Making your home out on the open road, never knowing how or where you will get your next meal, relying on the kindness of strangers to keep you alive from day to day. Not only that, but you are pregnant with quintuplets, you're not sure who their father is and you deliver them in a vacant area under a house. This is the story of a beagle mix named Gypsy and her brood...
Cassel reaches 104th birthday (06/07/03)
By LINDA MESSMER Times Staff Writer Margretta Raper Cassel, a former owner of The Brazil Times, turned 104 years old Wednesday. Nearly 20 family members and friends came out to help her celebrate the joyous, benchmark occasion. The reminiscing seemed to be enjoyed as much as the cards and gifts...