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Stories from Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Victorian splendor is on Sunday home tour (09/14/04)
Part 1 of 4 At 714 N. Meridian St. stands a vintage beauty. The Queen Anne is the residence of Stephen and Julie Paul and their 3 children Sarah, Emily and Logan. The 2,500 sq. ft. rambling abode provides a wonderful home for a busy family. Purchased by the Pauls in 2003 they have maintained yesterday's mellow spirit while lacing it with today's conveniences...
Funeral homes found to be among best (09/14/04)
French Funeral Home and Moore Funeral Home of Brazil received the 2004 National Funeral Directors Association Pursuit of Excellence Golden Eagle Award. The award honors funeral homes for their outstanding community service, technical ability and professional integrity. French Funeral Home and Moore Funeral Home are two of 245 funeral homes that will be presented a Pursuit of Excellence award during the 2004 NFDA Convention & Expo in Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 17-20...
Dept. of Agriculture wanted by Farm Bureau (09/14/04)
- President Don Villwock updates county members on Indiana Farm Bureau policies Indiana Farm Bureau Inc. is a grassroots organization. It is active in lobbying at both the state and national levels; that may be where the similarity to other lobbyist organizations ends...
Mark calendars for The Brazil Times cooking show (09/14/04)
The Brazil Times is proud to present "Taste of Clay County" Cooking Show, Saturday, Sept. 25 at North Clay Middle School. The show will be held in the cafeteria, a very nice facility with a stage and plenty of room. The doors will open at 5 p.m. so ticket holders will have time to browse the many booths set up at the show. Local merchants will display their goods and services and hand out goodies...
North Clay volleyball wins 3 of 4 (09/14/04)
The North Clay volleyball squads faced off with Woodrow Wilson and Tri-North on Saturday afternoon, winning three of four matches overall. The eighth grade Knights won their opening match versus Tri-North with a three set victory, 16-25, 25-22, 25-19...
North Clay cross country fares well in meet (09/14/04)
Members of the North Clay cross country teams pose for a photo after finishing at the Jon Mitchell Invitational. The North Clay cross country teams finished off a strong week on Saturday morning at the Jon Mitchell Invitational in Cascade. The North Clay boys team was led by Chris Smith with his ninth place finish overall in 11:15 with teammate Jared Royer close behind in 11th play in the meet which did not keep team scores...