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Stories from Friday, March 5, 2004

CCHS band member selected for All-State Festival (03/05/04)
Jake Jackson, a member of the Clay City High School band directed by Kevin Reberger, has been selected to participate in the 44th annual Indiana All-State High School Band Festival sponsored by the Indiana Bandmasters Association. Each student earned this honor by participating in a highly competitive audition held in early January at nine centers across Indiana. ...
Art classes planned in Rockville gallery (03/05/04)
Oil painting classes are continuing at the Art Gallery in Rockville. Covered Bridge Art Association member Donna Lynette has taught many students in the past and welcomes the beginner as well as those who just need that little push to get the paints out again...
Rarin' to go -- leaders, participants look forward to 2004 Leadership academy (03/05/04)
By EVAN WADE evnwade@yahoo.com Nine Clay County residents hope to come out of a seven-hour program a little wiser this month. On March 11, the Clay County Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Leadership Academy. The program, which is in its seventh year of operation, will teach participants about the qualities, skills, and goals of a good leader. This year's program will be in the First State Bank Community Room on S.R. 59...
United Way makes goal (03/05/04)
By EVAN WADE evnwade@yahoo.com President John Lee recently announced that the Clay County United Way has met -- and exceeded -- its $105,000 donation goal for 2004. "Thanks to Clay County's generosity, we can all enjoy a better standard of living through use of the agencies United Way supports," Lee said...
Brazil no stranger to bad weather (03/05/04)
In an effort to educate Hoosiers on the deadly effects of thunderstorms and tornadoes, Governor Joe Kernan has named the week of March 14 Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Many Brazil residents experienced severe weather at its worst during last July's storms, which caused massive damage throughout the town. ...
Enjoying the perks of the job (03/05/04)
Joel Reinoehl and Dr. Michael Shaw wait on members of the Northview High School boy's basketball team at the Elks Lodge Thursday evening. The Elks provided the team with dinner to wish them good luck in the sectional against Martinsville at 7:30 p.m. tonight in Plainfield...
Arthur proclaims March Disability Awareness Month (03/05/04)
Mayor Tom Arthur poses with Forest Park Elementary students and staff members Wednesday morning in the school's gymnasium, shortly after proclaiming March Disability Awareness Month in Brazil. "Inclusion Now," a community-based project being organized by the Indiana Governor's Planning Council for People with Disabilities, was also being celebrated at Forest Park...
MILDRED F. BARNETT (03/05/04)
MILDRED F. BARNETT Mildred F. barnett, 88, of Knightsville passed away Friday morning at the Cloverleaf Healthcare Nursing Home in Knightsville. Born July 12, 1915, in Limedale, Ind., she was the daughter of Arthur and Emma McMurry Early. On Oct. 11, 1932, she married Otto Barnett and he preceded her in death on Aug. 28, 1982...
MR. RAY W. NEESE (03/05/04)
MR. RAY W. NEESE Ray Wilbur Neese, 78, of Lebanon, Ind., died at 3:50 p.m. Thursday, March 4, 2004, at St. Vincent Carmel Hospital in Carmel, Ind. Born in Poland on April 22, 1925, he was the son of the late Dennis Clifford and Lola Anna Nees Neese...
FRANKILIN 'FRANK" D. RANDALL (03/05/04)
Franklin "Frank" D. Randall, 65, of Carbon, died Wednesday, March 3, 2004, at 5:20 p.m. at Union Hospital. He was born Feb. 23, 1938, in Brazil, the son of Charles Alvey Randall and Goldie Sutherland Randall. He was a graduate of Brazil High School. On Aug. 31, 1986, he married Judy Rector, who survives...