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Stories from Tuesday, May 25, 2004

Wrecks kill one, injure four (05/25/04)
Woman killed in afternoon accident A three-vehicle accident yesterday afternoon took the life of one woman. All names of those involved are being withheld pending notification of families involved. The Clay County Sheriff's Department reported that the collision occurred at the intersection of County Road 500 North and State Road 59 about 3:25 p.m. ...
Caught: County works together to keep citizens safe (05/25/04)
Kline getting off the courthouse elevator with jailer Robert Yocom May 17. Daniel Kline Jr. was placed on home detention Nov. 5, 2003, for D Felony OVWI and A Misdemeanor resisting law enforcement charges. He complied with the rules for 58 days of his 180 day sentence, until Jan. 2, 2004. Then he ran...
Pittman pleads not guilty (05/25/04)
An initial hearing for James C. Pittman was held Monday morning in Clay Superior Court. Pittman was charged with harassment on April 15, 2004. The charge against Pittman stated that from November, 2003, to March 2004, he transmitted harassing or annoying telephone calls and computer e-mail messages to The Brazil Times. It further stated that Pittman did so with the intent to harass, annoy or alarm employees of The Brazil Times, but with no intent of legitimate communication...
State police coverage to increase (05/25/04)
Clay County motorists should buckle up and watch their speed over the next couple of weeks, during which Indiana State Police will be upping their coverage to keep drivers safe statewide. The ISP will implement a number of programs over the summer, the most well-known being Operation Pullover. After several successful runs, the federal program is back, encouraging drivers to "click it or ticket."...
Eel's season ends in extra innings (05/25/04)
Clay City's Kylee Knox singles in the early innings of the Eels' 1-0 loss to Union in their sectional opener Monday evening. CLAY CITY -- In the postseason, defense wins championships. In Monday's Clay City Softball Sectional opener between Clay City and Union, both teams played like champions through the first seven innings...
Knights' season ends in one-run loss to Artesians (05/25/04)
Casey Challandes ranges to her right to pick up a grounder in their sectional opener Monday night. Challandes also had a single in the Knights 2-1 loss. The Martinsville Artesians one-run luck in the Northview Sectional continued on Monday night, posting a 2-1 win over host Northview to advance to the sectional semifinal tonight...
Northview baseball wins Washington Tournament (05/25/04)
- JV defeats Eagles The Northview Knights improved to 21-6 by winning the Washington Tournament in high school baseball last weekend. The Knights powered past Bedford North Lawrence 14-4 on the strength of a 19 hit attack to take the opener. Brady Shoemaker led the Knights at the plate with four hits, including a homerun, and four RBIs while Shane Cooper added three singles and a double with an RBI. ...
JAMES W. NAIM (05/25/04)
James W. Naim, 69, of Brazil died May 23, 2004, at the Veterans Hospital in Indianapolis. He was born July 14, 1934, in Cardonia, in Clay County. He was the son of William and Ruth Lambert Nairn. He graduated from Van Buren High School, class of 1952. He served in the U.S. Army from 1957-1959. He worked at Great Dane and for Oxide Chemical and had last worked as a carpenter...