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Stories from Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Troops get surprise visit from general (03/10/04)
Indiana National Guard 38th MSB B Company of Brazil received a visit in Charleston, S.C., by Maj. Gen. Gregory Vadnais on March 3. The General's visit was to ensure morale and welfare of his soldiers at the various ports. He was impressed with the operations in general and said that everyone is upbeat and morale is high...
Bray will run for re-election (03/10/04)
State Sen. Richard Bray (R-Martinsville) has announced that he will seek the Republican nomination for election from Senate District 37 to the Indiana Senate. District 37 encompasses portions of Clay, Johnson, Monroe, Morgan, Owen and Putnam counties. Bray filed the necessary paperwork with the secretary of state's office by the filing deadline, Feb. 20...
Seniors prepare for regionals (03/10/04)
Seniors on the Northview Knights team are introduced to fans during Saturday's pep rally. Another pep rally for the community is planned at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the school. Northview Knights Head Coach Mitch Lancaster looked at his team, then to the wall behind him. The team, tired from an afternoon of practice Tuesday, listened attentively as he gave his final talk of the day...
Council discusses mowing contracts (03/10/04)
Three In One Lawn Services was awarded Brazil's cemetery mowing contract after the bids were opened and read at the City Council meeting Tuesday night. Three In One's bid was for $21,465, which was not the lowest bid, but the Council voted to keep them as they had done a good job in the past...
MARTHA MAE KLASS (03/10/04)
Martha Mae Klass, 83, of Coal City, died Tuesday, March 9, 2004, at midnight in the Good Samaritan Healthcare Facility in Jasonville. She had been a resident there for three years. Born Oct. 4, 1920, in Rockport, Ind., she was the daughter of Perry F. Fouts and Goldie Dayhuff Fouts. They moved to the Coal City area when she was a young girl...