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Stories from Thursday, June 3, 2004

Park board faces financial problems (06/03/04)
The Brazil Park and Recreation Board is having budget woes. Board Treasurer John Tilley reported at last night's meeting at City Hall that the Board had requested a budget of $204,000. The City Council approved the Park Board's budget for $203,153...
County tests new technology (06/03/04)
The beginning of the slide show, displaying Clay County government's partnership with the Indiana Supreme Court and JTAC. Clay County is the first to test a statewide, revolutionary software program. In a presentation Wednesday, state and county officials announced their plans to start "user acceptance testing" for the Judicial Technology and Automation Committee's case management software (CMS). ...
Focus awards feature area news anchor (06/03/04)
Kathy Dash goes through the day's scripts at WTWO News Channel 2, where she is the news director. The nominations are in for the 2004 Clay County Focus Awards. The winners will be announced in a ceremony taking place at 6:30 p.m. June 7 at North Clay Middle School. Mitch Chalos, Financial Center Manager of First National Bank and Trust, will serve as emcee, while Kathy Dash, news director of WTWO News Channel 2, is the evening's featured speaker...
Harmony Road crash injures at least four (06/03/04)
Frank Phillips photo At least four people were injured in a two-car crash on Harmony Road, south of the I-70 overpass Thursday night. Emergency rescue workers were on the scene before 6:45 p.m. Further information was not immediately available.
Junker sings a patriotic tune for baseball fans (06/03/04)
Patricia Junker, a soon to be seventh grade student at North Clay Middle School recently sang the National Anthem at the May 18th Indianapolis Indians game versus the Columbus Clippers. Approximately 450 students, parents and teachers made the trip to Victory Field in Indianapolis to hear Junker sing. ...
FRANCES HUNTER (06/03/04)
Frances Hunter, 82, of Brazil, died Wednesday, June 2, 2004, at 3:40 a.m. in Royal Oaks Healthcare Facility. Born Nov. 6, 1921, in Terre Haute, she was the daughter of Noble Rex Fox and Frances McKinley Pittman Fox. She graduated from Glenn High School and married Melvin Hunter...