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Stories from Tuesday, August 17, 2004

City Hall move never got past discussion phase (08/17/04)
Mayor Tom Arthur said the old section of the First National Bank building, located at the corner of Franklin Street and U.S. 40, will not be occupied by the city in the near future. The City of Brazil will not acquire the First National Bank building this year, though the mayor is keeping his options open...
Three Brazil men arrested in sex-crime sweep (08/17/04)
Two Brazil men were arrested last week at Fairbanks Park in Terre Haute in a sex-crime sweep by the Vigo County Drug Task Force. A total of ten men were arrested over a four day sweep. The men were soliciting, paying for prostitutes or exposing themselves. ...
Senior center recognizes givers (08/17/04)
Rep. Andy Thomas, center, a member of the Clay County Senior Center Board of Directors, presented the Volunteer of the Year Award and three Outstanding Volunteer Awards at the Senior Center Aug. 10. Thomas holds a plaque, dedicated to the late Madge Scobell, that will be displayed in the Center's dining room...
Knights sweep past Pioneers (08/17/04)
Middle hitter Lottie King (#13) sends home one of her 16 kills during Monday's victory over Mooresville in the Knight's season opener. The 2004 volleyball season got off to a very sweet start for the Northview Knights Monday night. Not only did the varsity open the year with a three set victory over visiting Mooresville, the junior varsity and 'C' team each won their matches in straight sets as well...
MARGARET BLAIR (08/17/04)
Margaret (Peggy) Blair, 79, of Brazil, died at 11:56 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14, 2004, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born Oct. 20, 1924, in Terre Haute. She was the daughter of George and Louise Eccles Hallock. She graduated from Wiley High School and received her B.A. degree from Indiana State University in 1945 and her master's degree in 1952...