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Stories from Friday, October 15, 2004

Crash results in multiple injuries (10/15/04)
Nine people were involved, with some receiving various injuries, in a two-vehicle accident at C.R. 1300 N. on S.R. 59 Thursday afternoon about 3:30 p.m. Apparently the driver of a car in homebound traffic from the Bridge Festival rear-ended a van, shoving it into a cornfield...
City clean-up continues (10/15/04)
City workers expected to finish cleaning up 710 S. Leavitt St. Friday. Brazil Planning and Zoning Administrator Michele Driscoll, said the city has been working on this project since last year. She has been unable to locate the owner of the abandoned house. If ownership is not established, with the proprietor paying the clean up costs, the City will put a lien against the property...
Teen soldier's wife relies on her friends (10/15/04)
Part 3 of 3 Sarah Burris was married May 27, 2004, at the age of 17. On June 20, her 18-year-old husband, Tracee, a U.S. Army soldier, was sent to Iraq. E2 Burris had been trained in driving military vehicles and was attached to the Army Reserve's 706th Transportation Company. Since that day Tracee's wife and his mother, Jeanne Burris, have worried continually about his safety. His family and friends wait for his return...
Habitat for Humanity building more than a house (10/15/04)
Clay County's Habitat for Humanity home is being built for Wendy Farrell on N. Leavitt St. in Brazil. She and her relatives have spent countless hours helping clear the land for this home that she will share with her three children. Many have helped make Wendy's dream become a reality. ...
Quakers halt Northview win streak (10/15/04)
The Northview Knights' winning streak was halted on Thursday when they dropped a three set decision to host Plainfield, 12-25, 10-25, 12-25. After winning seven games in a row, the Quakers controlled the action and held the Knights offense in check...
Knights fall in sectional (10/15/04)
Michael Gallion and his Northview teammates were defeated in their sectional opener versus Terre Haute North 5-0 on Thursday night. Further details were unavailable at press time.
WIC Champions (10/15/04)
-Knights win first conference title in school history- Photo: Northview players serenade their fans with the school's fight song following a 26-0 win over Brown County that clinched the WIC title for the Knights. It might have taken a little bit, but Northview has their first Western Indiana Conference football title...
For a touchdown (10/15/04)
Photo by Carey Fox Northview's Brady Shoemaker (left) hooks in a tipped ball for a touchdown during Friday's win.
SHARRON WOLFF PENRY (10/15/04)
Sharron Wolff Penry, 65, of Terre Haute died Thursday, Oct. 14, 2004, in her home. Born Sept. 12, 1939, in San Jose, Calif., she was the daughter of Ernest W. and Juanita Hardman Wolff. She moved back to Brazil, her mother's hometown, when she was in elementary school...