[The Brazil Times nameplate] Overcast ~ 22°F  
Feels like: 16°F
Friday, Nov. 28, 2014

Stories from Friday, August 13, 2004

A wish granted (08/13/04)
Due to a life threatening illness, 15-year-old Natalie Lowdermilk was granted a wish from the Make-A-Wish Foundation in May. She was a little surprised when they first contacted her and her family. Like most people in the area, the Lowdermilks weren't aware that the Make-A-Wish Foundation was available in Clay County...
CCEDO receives grant (08/13/04)
Kay Aubin (center), of the Clay County Community Foundation, stands with Kim Orman (right) and Gordon Ayer of the Clay County Economic Development organization. The CCCF recently awarded CCEDO with a $3,200 grant to develop a marketing brochure to be mailed to industrial prospects and consultants...
Police rule out foul play in body found in ditch (08/13/04)
The body of a man found in Clay County Sunday afternoon has been identified by police as Daniel A. Lueckel of Terre Haute. Clay County Det. Mike Heaton said the cause of death has been ruled a suicide. The 24-year-old former Rose Hulman student had a history of depression and according to the family, had attempted suicide previously...
Charges filed against accused molester (08/13/04)
Charges were filed in Clay Superior Court Aug. 10, against a Clay County man for child molesting. Timothy J. Mendenhall, 40, Clay City, was charged with Class B Felony child molesting. Mendenhall allegedly performed or submitted to sexual intercourse and/or deviate sexual conduct with a juvenile under the age of 14. ...
Board discusses budget (08/13/04)
Before Director of Business Affairs Randy Burns presented the Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees with the projected 2005 budget, Superintendent Bill Schad tried to prepare them. "The budget's going to look a little funny," he said. He explained that although the "expenditures far outweigh the revenue" according to the numbers placed before them, it may not really turn out that way...
Frenches present Fire Department with check (08/13/04)
Brazil City Fire Department Capt. Joe Bennett, center, and Fire Chief Tobey Archer, right, thank Nick French, Thursday at the funeral home, for a donation given to the Fire Department. The French Family Business and employees had a Longaberger Basket Bingo July 17. $2,327 was given to the Fire Department for the equipment and safety fund and will be used to purchase equipment for the department...
Northview clips Clovers in first dual match (08/13/04)
The Northview Knights picked up their first dual meet victory on Thursday morning at Clover Meadows Golf Course, defeating Cloverdale 158-196. "We played pretty well (Thursday)," Coach Teresa Akers commented. "We did a good job of hitting greens in regulation, especially Brittney Cheek."...
Putnamville Clash at LPS (08/13/04)
Shane Hollingsworth (#85) and Kenny Lacey battle for position during heat race action last Saturrday at LPS. The pair will likely make another appearance Saturday to fight for the top $2,000 prize.