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Stories from Friday, October 22, 2004

Absentee ballots must be resubmitted (10/22/04)
-LaPlante to be put on ballot, decides judge Democrats plan to appeal to Indiana Supreme Court after Marion County court ruled in favor of Republicans and LaPlante on Thursday. Marion County Judge Gary L. Miller ruled Thursday that Jeff Lee is to be replaced by Brooks LaPlante on the Nov. 2 ballot...
Author promotes literacy at North Clay Middle School (10/22/04)
With humor, songs, and a slide show with audience participation, Jim Ayles-worth brought his self-proclaimed "vaudevillian way" to promote literacy to North Clay Middle School Tuesday evening. "I go all around the country to schools in the daytime," Aylesworth began with a song. ...
Running towards the state championships (10/22/04)
-Pugh battling for top-15 spot in semistate- Emily Pugh seems to have been flying under the radar of most cross country gurus outside of the Wabash Valley this season. That is until her performance over the past two weeks. Heading into the postseason, Pugh hadn't gained that much notice by the dedicated eyes of cross country experts on the indianarunner.com website. ...
ALFREDA STEARLEY LAMBERT (10/22/04)
Alfreda Stearley Lambert, 89, formerly of Brazil, died 9:10 a.m. Feb. 3, 2004, at St. Rose Dominican Hospital in Henderson, Nev. Born June 4, 1914, in Brazil, she was the daughter of Jessie and Minnie Neville White. She graduated from Brazil High School with the Class of 1931...
GEORGE H. WINTERS (10/22/04)
George H. Winters, 73, of Brazil, died at 6:50 p.m. Sunday, October 10, 2004, at his residence. He was born Sept. 4, 1931, in Clay County. He was the son of Charles and Irene Frazier Winters who have both preceded him in death. Following high school Mr. Winters worked as a general laborer at area firms. He enjoyed the outdoors and hunting...