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Stories from Friday, December 3, 2004

Murder investigation coming up empty (12/03/04)
This is how the family likes to remember Toni Dickison. Submitted photo Police are continuing to search for suspects and a motive in the Tanette "Toni" Dickison homicide investigation, but are coming up empty-handed. The body of Dickison, 18, of Terre Haute, was found floating in a private pond at 1287 CR 600N at approximately 5 p.m. ...
Fire displaces apartment residents (12/03/04)
An early morning fire resulted in the loss of all the belongings of two men who shared an apartment today. Ron Godsey and Charlie McGowan were not home when the apartment they rented at 307 S. King St., one of the Herman Bell apartments, caught fire around 7:15 a.m...
Grants sought to plant trees in park (12/03/04)
The Brazil City Parks Board and the Clay County Parks Association are seeking $10,000 in grant money for tree planting at Forest Park next spring. The leaders of both groups discussed the Park 5-year plan, which has been approved by the City Council and the State, at Wednesday's board meeting at City Hall...
Sewer bills rising in Clay City (12/03/04)
Business -The Indiana Department of Transportation and Department of Commerce representatives presented grant information concerning the proposed downtown lighting project to the Clay City Town Board Thursday. About 72 lights will be needed. Each light will cost $829. The Lighting Commission has raised $24,000 towards the project. The proposed grants would cover 80 percent of the project...
Police seek suspect in weekend vandalism (12/03/04)
Vandals went on a window shooting spree last weekend. According to Brazil City Police Chief Mark Loudermilk, calls came in both Friday and Saturday night. Complaints came from throughout the city and from shops at the Forest Plaza. Someone was shooting from a vehicle with BB guns, pellet guns and air guns attempting to blow out residential and store front windows...
Knights and Eels have pivotal weekend basketball matchups (12/03/04)
Shawn Hughes shared team-high scoring honors with nine points against Martinsville on Saturday night. This weekend kicks off a very important weekend for Clay County basketball teams. The Northview Knights opened some eyes with a home court victory over a tough Martinsville squad with an inexperienced lineup that many thought would struggle during the early portion of the season. ...
LEANNA M. RICHARDSON (12/03/04)
Leanna M. Richardson, 54, of Greenville, Ind., formerly of Brazil, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 2004, in Norton Hospital, Louisville. She had been a Purdue University Extension Educator for Spencer, Clark and Floyd counties and was actively involved in southern Indiana 4-H activities. She was a member of Greenville Christian Church...