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Stories from Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Keeping streets safe: (09/15/04)
Retired police are honored at City Council meeting Paul Jackson, Terry Wilson, Mose Marks, Jack Nelson were present and honored during a presentation honoring Brazil City police officers during Tuesday night's City Council Meeting at City Hall.
Planning and Zoning Administrator is cleaning up dangerous properties (09/15/04)
Brazil City Police Officer Clint McQueen leaves a ticket on the residence of Steve Gregg at 310 N. Leavitt Street. Planning Administrator Michele Driscoll is working with the police department in issuing tickets for the violation of waste and rank elements. Linda Messmer photo...
Reports: MDA drive, city surplus auction were successful (09/15/04)
Jerry's kids benefited directly from the efforts of Brazil City firefighters, Chief Tobey Archer told the City Council Tuesday night. Firefighters gave up part of their Labor Day weekend to pass the boot at the intersection of SR 59 and US 40. They raised $4,700 to fight Muscular Dystrophy...
McKinley House is 'home, suite, home' for Hunt family (09/15/04)
Part 2 of 4 In the spring of 1826, George and Barbara McKinley blazed a trail from Kentucky and accumulated 2700 acres of land around Brazil and Harmony. At first, they lived in a simple wood frame house in Van Buren Township on the National Road. However, George realized the importance of the growing influence of the Road, and to this home he added a brick frame structure that he used as an Inn and Tavern to serve the pioneers...
Knights collar Bulldogs (09/15/04)
Lottie King (#13) hammers home one of her 13 kills against Union on Tuesday night that helped the Knights improve to 10-4 this season. Resiliency was the key for the Northview volleyball team on Tuesday night as they withstood every Union (Dugger) charge to take an important 29-27, 25-22, 25-21 victory that moves the Knights to 10-4 on the season...
Knights win first tennis match (09/15/04)
Shawn Hughes teamed with Alex Smith to win both doubles matches this week. Despite winning their first match of the season on Monday night, Northview's tennis team was unable to build on their victory, dropping a 4-1 decision to Edgewood on Tuesday...
Kaley Huffman (09/15/04)
Kaley Huffman (kneeling) digs a ball off the floor. Huffman had 12 digs and four service points in the Knights' win over Union on Tuesday night.
MARY V. EDWARDS (09/15/04)
Mary V. Edwards, 85, of Brazil and formerly of Spencer, died Monday, Sept. 13, 2004, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. The daughter of Edward and Mary V. Hawkins Thacker, she was born July 9, 1919. She was married to Elmer Edwards who preceded her in death Feb. 27, 1972. She was affiliated with the Pentecostal faith. She had worked at the Fulk Owen Valley Restaurant...