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Stories from Wednesday, April 28, 2004

Air Evac, search and rescue look for boy (04/28/04)
An angry 10-year-old boy took a three-mile walk Tuesday night, prompting a multi-county search, according to the Clay County Sheriff's Department. Kenny Spangler, 10, of Poland, the son of Gary and Brenda Cooper, was apparently mad at his sister when he decided to go on the three-mile trek, making it to Owen County before he was found. Police were called at 6:30 p.m...
Skateboards, taxis discussed by City Council (04/28/04)
Issues with skateboarders, noise, and paving machines came across the desk of the Brazil Common Council in their Tuesday evening meeting. Mayor Tom Arthur called the meeting into action at 7 p.m. After roll call and approval of minutes, a brief discussion was held on a bus or taxi service in Brazil. ...
District, county candidates to meet at Thursday forum (04/28/04)
Candidates for some county offices and 44th District Republican candidates will meet the public in a question and answer forum Thursday, 7 p.m., at the Clay County Fairgrounds. The forum is sponsored by Clay County Farm Bureau and The Brazil Times. At 7 p.m., Rep. ...
Knights lose thriller to Sullivan (04/28/04)
Sophomore Nick Wells threw 7 1/3 innings and struckout 10 batters on Tuesday. Coach Gary Witham didn't let any one member of the Northview Knights' high school baseball team take the blame for the 6-4 loss in extra innings to the Class 3A No.1-ranked Sullivan Golden Arrows on Tuesday night...
Knights sweep Eels and Wolverines on the track (04/28/04)
Nick Gebert of Northview placed first in both the shotput and discus in a meet victory over Clay City and WRV. SWITZ CITY -- The Northview Knights swept their way to victory in a three-way meet with county rival Clay City and White River Valley Tuesday night...
Knights sweep past conference foes (04/28/04)
Rachel Deal returns a volley as doubles partner Sarah Cox looks on. The pair have won both matches this week. The Northview tennis team swept past a pair of conference opponents this week with 5-0 match wins versus South Vermillion in a make up match on Monday and a victory over Owen Valley on Tuesday...
SHIRLEY MARCELLA DOUGLAS (04/28/04)
Shirley Marcella Douglas, 90 of Brazil, died at 5:20 p.m. Monday, April 26, 2004, at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. She was born Sept. 21, 1914, in Clay County, the daughter of Samuel D. and Goldie Spaulding Chaney. She was married to Rolland Douglas who has preceded her in death. She enjoyed raising her sons and growing plants and flowers. She was an artist and a member of the Raccoon Valley China Painters Club...