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Stories from Thursday, July 29, 2004

Auction, raffle planned for Baysinger (07/29/04)
A benefit for Sarah Baysinger is planned Aug. 7 at the Moose Lodge, 225 S. Depot St., Brazil. Sarah was pulled from a burning car and flown by Air-Evac helicopter to Methodist Trauma Center in Indianapolis on May 12. She had been involved in a two-vehicle accident and sustained nine broken bones. She was in the hospital two weeks and had two surgeries on her legs. She is in therapy...
Brazil author publishes novel (07/29/04)
"The Blackbird Chronicles Book One: The Open Door" is the latest novel published by B.C. Wesley, formerly of Brazil. Published by PublishAmerica.com, "The Blackbird Chronicles" is the first in a series of science fiction novels set 200 years in the future...
Carter plans new crime notification system (07/29/04)
TERRE HAUTE -- Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter announced plans Monday for a statewide system to notify crime victims of an offender's status during an appeal of a sentence and conviction. "This is a very important initiative that can bring peace of mind to many," Carter said. ...
Girl injured in farm accident (07/29/04)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com A unidentified young female was injured around 7 p.m. Thursday when she was caught in a hay elevator by her legs and dragged. The accident occured at 4673 E. SR 42. According to a Clay County Sheriff's Department spokesman, Jackson Volunteer Fire Department and Clay County Search and Rescue arriveed at the scene just moments after an emergency call was made at 7:05 p.m...
Girl injured in farm accident (07/29/04)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com A unidentified young female was injured around 7 p.m. Thursday when she was caught in a hay elevator by her legs and dragged. The accident occured at 4673 E. SR 42. According to a Clay County Sheriff's Department spokesman, Jackson Volunteer Fire Department and Clay County Search and Rescue arrived at the scene just moments after an emergency call was made at 7:05 p.m...
NATALIE JO LOWDERMILK (07/29/04)
Natalie Jo Lowdermilk, 15, of Center Point, died Tuesday, July 27, 2004, in her home. Born Jan. 30, 1989, she was the daughter of Darrell and Cindy Burns Lowdermilk She was a student at Clay City High School where she was active in volleyball, softball, basketball, pep club and Girls Athletic Association. She was also a member of the Pioneer Happy Hustlers 4-H Club. She won numerous 4-H awards including the 2003 Grand Champion Steer. Other memberships included Youth For Christ and Bible Club...
JACK HEAD (07/29/04)
Jack Head, 71, of Brazil, died Wednesday, July 28, 2004, at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. Born Oct. 2, 1932, he was the son of Ollie and Mary Brown Head. He was a cook in the Navy during the Korean War and later worked as a welder at J.I. Case. He attended Center Point United Methodist Church and was a member of the Masonic Lodge 597 in Center Point...