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Stories from Tuesday, December 30, 2003

Kaboom! finds its niche (12/30/03)
Concluded Dave Howard was a gifted, prolific drummer with an inner drive that would not let him abandon his talents after he graduated from Northview High School. With several drummer friends he'd met from Kentucky, Howard developed a routine in industrial drumming, rhythmic percussion sounds using everyday household items, calling the group Kaboom...
New store opening in Bowling Green (12/30/03)
Jeannie Weber goes over some paperwork with Eric Jones of Wabash Foodservice. While the opening of a grocery store is hardly big news, sometimes the services provided can make the difference. Jeannie and Brent Weber, proprietors of the 6 Points Trading Post, plan on having all of the usual stuff in their store -- with a slight twist...
Holiday rush to landfill begins (12/30/03)
The weeks before Christmas may be the busiest time of year for retailers, but it's the week after the holiday that's busy for trash collectors. "It's a given that this week of the year there is more trash," said Calvin Davidson, recycling manager for Ray's Trash Service, which collects residential garbage in most of Hendricks County, west of Indianapolis...
Rotary announces recipients (12/30/03)
Brazil's Rotary Club released a list of this year's cash recipients earlier this week. The various organizations were given money to help with their work within the community and with Rotary. A total of $28,801 went between the 21 organizations. The clubs are:...
Fire Dept. gives Crabb the axe (12/30/03)
Mayor Kenny Crabb holds a ceremonial axe presented to him by Jake Bennett of the Brazil Fire Department. Bennett presented the axe on behalf of Local Firefighters Union 1453. "You've made a significant mark in our jobs and lives and we appreciate it," Bennett said...
Knights headed to Mooresville (12/30/03)
Derek Mroczek (top) is the third seed in his weight class for the 16-team Mooresville Holiday Tournament, but may not wrestle due to injury. However, Austin Staley garnered a top seed as defending champion and Corey Grigsby is a number two seed for the tourney that begins at 10 a.m. this morning...
RODNEY DOYLE PAGE (12/30/03)
Rodney Doyle Page, 45, of Clay City, died at 3:22 a.m. Monday, Dec. 29, 2003, at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born Dec. 5, 1958, in Henderson, Ky., he was the son of Jewell B. and Betty Parsons Page. He lived in Clay County for the past six years, moving here from Henderson, Ky...
LEANDRA DAWN FRYE (12/30/03)
Leandra Dawn Frye, 34 months, daughter of Daniel L. and Stacy L. Fagg Frye, died unexpectedly Sunday, Dec. 28, 2003, in St. Vincent Clay Hospital's emergency room. She was born Feb. 3, 2001, in Terre Haute with the genetic disorder, Krabbe's Disease. She underwent a stem cell transplant at Duke University in August of 2001; the prognosis was good...
ROY EDWARD MORLAN (12/30/03)
Roy Edward Morlan, 80 of Reelsville, died December 27, 2003, in North Carolina. Roy was born November 30, 1923, in Parke County near Lena, Indiana. He was the son of Bryan Jennings Morlan and Minnie Taylor Morlan who have both preceded him in death. He was a farmer on his own farm...