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Stories from Wednesday, January 21, 2004

Water to be shut off Thursday in Brazil (01/21/04)
By LYNN HAMILTON lynnham01@hotmail.com Mayor Tom Arthur called a press conference this afternoon to inform the public that Brazil's well field will be shut down for 12 hours beginning at 6:30 a.m. Thursday. Citizens are asked to be conservative with their water usage during this time...
Bomb threat sends school kids home (01/21/04)
TERRE HAUTE -- A bomb threat at Lost Creek Elementary School in Vigo County caused an evacuation of the school early this morning. According to Vigo County Sheriff's Department spokesman, at 9:15 a.m., the seriousness of the claim had not yet been determined. Evacuation was done as a precautionary safety measure...
Shake-up in the county highway garage (01/21/04)
- Superintendent Ron Chamberlain to share authority with Pete Foster in administrative change initiated by county commissioners Clay County Commissioners initiated a shake-up in the county highway department Tuesday. Two of the three commissioners suffered recent medical setbacks...
Scofflaws pay price (01/21/04)
About 20 Brazil residents have paid the price for breaking the law. Those residents have been ticketed for violating a city ordinance: They were parking on city sidewalks. The ordinance, which has been on the books for years, draws a hefty $25 fine per occurence...
Johansen resigns, Dooley named interim hospital administrator (01/21/04)
St. Vincent Health has announced that Jerry Dooley will be interim administrator of St. Vincent Clay Hospital, effective today. In a surprise move, hospital administrator Richard Johansen resigned Tuesday. When reached at home this morning, Johansen declined to comment on his reasons for leaving the Brazil hospital...
Guard deployed, destination unknown (01/21/04)
Spc. E4 Jeremiah Fullhart, from Terre Haute, holds his daughter Gabby, 2, gives a gentle hug to son Micheal, 4, and visits briefly with his wife, Donna. They were at the send off ceremony for the Indiana National Guard 38th MSB Company B, at the Clay County Courthouse on Tuesday...
Today in The Brazil Times: (01/21/04)
- There has been a shake-up in the county highway garage -- Supervisor Ron Chamberlain will share authority with Pete Foster, the former assistant supervisor - The Brazil Police Department is cracking down on people who park on city sidewalks. Fines are $25 each...
Today in The Brazil Times: (01/21/04)
- There has been a shake-up in the county highway garage -- Supervisor Ron Chamberlain will share authority with Pete Foster, the former assistant supervisor - The Brazil Police Department is cracking down on people who park on city sidewalks. Fines are $25 each...
Northview freshman Joe Evinger (01/21/04)
Northview freshman Joe Evinger and the Knight's ninth grade squad will face off with South Putnam tonightt at 6 p.m.
Eels drop road tilt with SWIAC's Cougars (01/21/04)
The Clay City Eels dropped to 6-8 overall this season dropping a 48-38 decision on the road Monday night. The Cougars were able to hold the Eels to just two points in the second quarter to come back and lead at halftime 15-14. North Daviess was able to pull away in the second half, holding off the Eels in the fourth quarter by hitting eight foul shots for the victory...
ARTHUR W. LINTON (01/21/04)
Arthur W. "Art" Linton, 83, of Brazil died Monday, Jan. 19, 2004, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Born Aug. 18, 1920, in Attica, Ind., he was the son of Alfonso H. and Bonnie Fern Derr Linton. He was a 1939 graduate of Van Buren High School. On July 24, 1943, he married Doris Tiefel in Sebring, Fla. She survives...