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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Stories from Wednesday, July 2, 2003

Place to ponder (07/02/03)
Three-and-a half-year-old Isabella Brown patiently waits for the Dragon Wagon to start so that she can enjoy a fun-filled ride at Forest Park during the Rotary Club's 68th Annual celebration. Isabella is the daughter of Eric and Melissa Brown of Terre Haute and the grandaughter of Glen and Evelyn Brown of Brazil.The Dragon Wagon is a popular carnival ride for kids. The midway opens at 5 p.m. tonight with The Van-Dells performing at 7 and 9 p.m...
City, BMV, Times on holiday (07/02/03)
Pick-up to be on Thursday Brazil City Employees will not be working July 4. Limbs, leaves, and grass will be picked up on July 3. Any remaining will be picked up on July 7. License Branches and BMV offices closed on Independence Day The Bureau of Motor Vehicles will close all license branches and administrative offices July 4 in observance of Independence Day. ...
'Do-not-call' lists are helpful (07/02/03)
Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter clears up confusion between state and national "do-not-call" lists during a Terre Haute news conference Tuesday. TERRE HAUTE -- Once an Indiana resident signs up on the Do-Not call list, banning telemarketers from calling their homes, it blocks many of the calls that the state's attorney general, Steve Carter, stresses can be in violation of an individual's privacy if unwarranted...
Park tree to be cut down (07/02/03)
POLAND -- Twelve adults, one little boy and his big, tan and white, fluffy cat showed up at the Clay County Parks Board meeting last night at the shelter in Poland Park. The meeting was quick but efficient as the board voted to have Jim Skelton cut down a tree near the Poland Park parking lot this fall for $500. They also moved to fix some of the wooden playground equipment at the Center Point Park and signed vouchers to pay the monthly bills...
Undefeated. . . .League Champs (07/02/03)
The Edward Jones team won the Clay County Girls' Coach Pitch Softball tournament Saturday at Northview High School. The team went undefeated throughout the season and through the tournament. The team is comprised of: (front row l-r) Zoe Orman, Michaela Allen, Shelby Silvers and Audrey Clark.(middle row l-r) Cassie Weddle, Taylor Carter, Ashley Hartley and Haven Eder. (Back row l-r) Coaches Shawn Carter, J.D. Miller and Tracy Clark. Submitted photo...