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Stories from Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Clay Co. man dies in wreck (11/10/04)
Police and rescue workers watch as a Red Bird Garage employee attaches a towing chain to a car driven under a semi trailer Tuesday morning on west US 40. The driver of the car was fatally injured in the accident. Linda Messmer photo A car/truck wreck on west U.S. ...
City Council meets (11/10/04)
The Brazil City Council met in regular session Tuesday night in City Hall. All members were present. The following reports and business was conducted: Mayor's report: - October finances were "on target". - The City is developing a Web site. An experimental model, developed by Ken Michaels and the Mayor was shown to the Council. It can be seen at http://www.kencomputers.com...
Info needed on cemetery vandalism (11/10/04)
Extensive vandalism has been done to Old Hill Cemetery on S.R. 340 and the City is having a difficult time finding the perpetrators and finding money to repair grave markers that have been damaged. Debbie Hobson told the City Council Tuesday night the City's insurance carrier wants families to repair the markers, but family members are not known in many cases...
Swarming Pioneer defense overwhelms Knights (11/10/04)
Casey Challandes Never a team to shy away from a challenge, the Northview Knights opened their season against another strong Mooresville squad. Unfortunately for the Knights, the Pioneers' press was not a great way to break in a new point guard. Northview turned the ball over 33 times and Mooresville jumped on the Knights 24-5 after one quarter in which the home team turned the ball over 11 times on the way to a 61-29 defeat...
BERNARD L. HAAS JR. (11/10/04)
Bernard L. Haas Jr., 77, of Batesvile, Ind., died Monday, Nov. 8, 2004, at Columbus (Ind.) Regional Hospital. Born Dec. 27, 1926, in Clay County, he was the son of Bernard Sr., and Versa Kirchner Haas. He retired from Batesville Casket Co. and was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II...