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Stories from Friday, November 19, 2004

Soldier Girl helping win Iraqi freedom (11/19/04)
A1C Jill Owen carried an M 16 rifle while on duty at an Air Force base in Japan last July. Submitted photo The war in Iraq seems to be getting closer to home. As the war continues, more Clay Countians in the military are ending up in that religion-fueled, terrorist-driven, political battlefield...
Indiana requiring certification for food handling (11/19/04)
The Indiana Department of Health has issued new guidelines for food handling in Indiana. As of Jan. 1, 2005, the state will require at least one person per food establishment, who oversees food safety operations, to be a Certified Food Handler. This means personnel will need to pass an examination that meets the Conference for Food Protection standards. A business that serves food will have to have a certified food handler present whenever the business is open...
Mayor declares Bible week (11/19/04)
Mayor Tom Arthur has declared Bible Week in the City of Brazil. The mayor announced Nov. 21-28 would be declared Bible Week on Thursday afternoon in the Northview High School Auditorium. According to the Mayor's office, Bible Week is designed to encourage people to read the Bible and it is not sponsored by any specific church or denomination...
Downtown clock ticking again (11/19/04)
Clay County Historical Society members Ed Modesitt, Larry Harrison, and Robert Carter assist Kevin Pierce from Signature Signs in replacing the clock along National Avenue. A year ago, due to damage from a pellet gun, the clock that stands in front of the Clay County Historical Society building at 100 E. National Ave. stopped working...
Knights preparing for rematch, Eels facing Vikings (11/19/04)
Northview's Laura McCrea had seven points and three rebounds in the Knights victory over Terre Haute South on Nov. 12 Winning streaks don't often happen against Terre Haute South, but the Northview Knights will look to build on a three game streak tonight when they travel to Vigo County...
DEANN C. GREEN (11/19/04)
DeAnn C. Green, 65, of Fort Branch, Ind., died Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004, in Gibson General Hospital at Princeton. Born March 19, 1939, in Terre Haute, she was the daughter of the late Arthur and Faye (Slinkard) Wenzel. She was retired from the Princeton Daily Clarion and was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Fort Branch...
DONALD E. TARGETT (11/19/04)
Donald E. Targett, 81, of Clay City, died Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2004, in his home. Born Aug. 11, 1923, in Vigo County, he was the son of Oscar and Elsie Wilson Targett. He graduated from Brazil High School in 1941 where he participated in football and band. He attended Indiana State University before joining the Army during World War II...
TOVE C. KIRCHNER (11/19/04)
Tove C. Kirchner, 43, of Brazil died Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004, at 4:33 a.m. in the St. Vincent Clay Hospital emergency room, following a two-year fight with cancer. Born Oct. 16, 1961, in Lebanon, Ind., she was the daughter of Marshall Moore and Patricia Clevenger Moore...
MARY LOU E. SNYDER (11/19/04)
Mary Lou E. Snyder, 65, of Brazil, died Wednesday, Nov., 17, 2004, at 7 p.m. in Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Oakland City, Ind. She was born on Dec. 16, 1939, in Diamond, Ind., to Herbert and Maude M. (Phelps) Walton. She was a housewife and homemaker...