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Stories from Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Grigsby property cleaned by city (06/15/04)
Planning and Zoning Administrator Michele Driscoll and Brazil City employee Gary Davis help clean up the property of Clyde Grigsby at 722 N. Depot on Wednesday. Grigsby was given repeated notices to clean up his land but never completed the process...
Modesitt looks back to her past, forward to her future (06/15/04)
Part 2 of 2 Mazo Modesitt turned 99 on June 7. But if you didn't know it you could never tell by looking at her. The kind-hearted, agile, energetic lady is very active and is a volunteer who's always trying to help others. Recently Mazo talked about how the world has changed in her lifetime. Born in Jackson Township in 1905, Mazo attended Jackson Township No. 2 School. There were eight classes in one room...
Girl's art displayed on T-shirt (06/15/04)
Hallie Harbison, a 5th grader at Cornerstone Christian Academy last month, won the Clay County Health Department's Tobacco Prevention billboard contest. Hallie Harbison was the winner of the Clay County Health Department's Tobacco Prevention billboard contest. The 11-year-old Cornerstone Christian Academy student is the daughter of Blain and Audrey Harbison of Brazil...
Drug arrest (06/15/04)
Four individuals were arrested June 10 by Brazil City Police on drug related charges. A search warrant was served at the home of Joshua L. Casey at 617 S. Grant Street, Brazil, after several weeks of investigation. Arrested were: Joshua L. Casey, 23, charged with dealing in methamphetamine, Daniel Hamilton, 19, charged with visiting a common nuisance, Susan Burrows, 22, charged with visiting a common nuisance and Kimberly Allsup, 29, charged with visiting a common nuisance...
Akers' golf career ends at the regional (06/15/04)
Northview senior golfer Tyler Akers felt he had a chance to advance to the state finals, but things didn't go his way in the Heritage Hills regional at Christmas Lake Golf Course. Akers fired an 85, 10 strokes behind Heritage Hills' Ted O' Brien and Perry Central's Jess Fousy for the last medalists to advance that weren't on an advancing team...
ROBERT WAYNE SANDERS (06/15/04)
Robert Wayne Sanders, 44, of Center Point, died Sunday, June 13, 2004, in Union Hospital in Terre Haute. He was born Nov. 2, 1959, in Brazil to Robert L. and Florence Sanders, who both have preceded him in death. He was a self-employed electrician. Survivors include his fiancee, Denita Hall of Center Point; two sons, Ryan Sanders of Florida and Robert W. ...
TOYOKO TAKAHASHI REAGIN (06/15/04)
Toyoko Takahashi Reagin, 79, of Cory, died Sunday, June 13, 2004, at 8:30 p.m. in her residence. She was born April 23, 1925, in Iwate Ken, Japan, to Minokicki and Kinoe Magome Chiba. Since the age of four, her grandparents, Chohei and Asayo Takahashi, raised her. She married David W. Reagin in Tokyo, Japan in 1957 and moved with her husband to the U.S. in 1960. She was a homemaker...
THOMAS WHITMARSH (06/15/04)
Thomas Whitmarsh, 71, of Harmony, died 3 p.m. Monday, June 14, 2004, in Regional Hospital in Terre Haute. He had been in failing health and had undergone heart surgery five years ago. He was born in Harmony on May 10, 1933. His parents were Charles Whitmarsh and Irene Shaffer Whitmarsh. He was a graduate of Van Buren High School...