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Stories from Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Arthur handling sidewalk situation (01/13/04)
Brazil Mayor Tom Arthur said the number one thing he's had to deal with since he took office is the sidewalk replacement project. "I want people to understand what we're up against," Arthur said yesterday afternoon at a press conference at City Hall...
Cinergy helps light the Way (01/13/04)
Brad Reynolds presents a $1,500 check from the Cinergy Foundation to John Lee for the United Way Monday morning in the Chamber of Commerce/United Way office.
Tour brings Legion commander to Brazil (01/13/04)
The American Legion National Commander John Brieden is traveling with state Legion leaders on a four day bus tour throughout Indiana. They were in Brazil yesterday morning. Front, left: Nancy Leighty, Indiana American Legion Auxiliary President; Bob Brush, Brazil American Legion Post 2 Commander and Brieden. Back, left: Mark Tansel, Indiana Commander of the Sons of the American Legion and Roger Baker, Indiana Commander of the American Legion...
City Council passes three ordinances (01/13/04)
Brazil City Council passed three ordinances in its first business meeting of the year Monday evening. Mayor Tom Arthur said it had been "discovered" that employees of the police and fire departments only receive raises in January and July. Therefore, if one was hired in October, for example, he or she would have to wait until the next January to get a pay increase...
Knights take second place in freshman tournament (01/13/04)
Whitney Medworth, coming off a 27 point night versus Owen Valley, will face Cascade on the road with the Knights on Wednesday evening. The Northview freshman basketball team split a pair of contests at the Bloomington North Tournament on Saturday afternoon...
Clay City junior varsity girls basketball (01/13/04)
The Clay City junior varsity girls basketball team receives instruction from coach Keith Jones in a game last week. The Eels, along with their varsity teammates, faced Owen Valley on the road Monday night. Results will be available in Wednesday's edition of The Brazil Times...
CAROLYN S. DAVIS (01/13/04)
Carolyn S. Davis, 61, of Elwood, Ind., died Monday, Jan. 12, 2004, in St. Vincent Mercy Hospital. Born Aug. 23, 1942, she was the daughter of the late John Arthur Kantner and the late Margaret Cox Kantner. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She enjoyed travelling and spending time with family and friends...