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Stories from Wednesday, August 25, 2004

A world away from home (08/25/04)
One of many homes in Aguacayo. On July 23, Sally Schutte went on a trip that would change her understanding of the world around her. Schutte, administrator of Holly Hill and member of Brazil's Rotary Club, along with her son, Austin, 17, packed their bags and headed to two small Central American towns a world away from her hometown...
Area volunteers help with Charley (08/25/04)
Initial assessments of the American Red Cross response to Hurricane Charley stand at an estimated $50 million to date, forcing the organization to launch a nationwide fund-raising campaign. In addition to Charley - the first devastating hurricane in what is expected to be a busy season - the Red Cross continues to respond to other national emergencies and hundred of small "silent" disasters every day. ...
Council discusses apartment complex (08/25/04)
Brazil City Council gave approval to the Clay County Redevelopment Commission to begin working with Brazil City on redevelopment projects at last night's Council meeting. CCRC President Rob Moore said that will allow the county and city to work together to bring in new business and new jobs to the area...
Knights pick up three set victory (08/25/04)
Brianne Arvin sends home a kill attempt for the Northview Knights. Northview moved to 3-2 overall on Tuesday night with a three set victory over the visiting Monrovia Bulldogs, 26-24, 25-20, 25-10. Freshman setter Lindsay Thomas had a big night for the Knights with a 42 assist evening to go with 12 service points and eight digs...
ANNA MARY LASH (08/25/04)
Anna Mary Lash, 84, of Brazil, passed away at 10:35 a.m., Tuesday, August 24, at Cloverleaf Healthcare in Knightsville. Born in Brazil on March 14, 1920, her parents were Charles Bolin and Leatha Williams Bolin. She was a homemaker who enjoyed quilting, embroidery and being with her family. She also was a member of the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church...