[The Brazil Times nameplate] Fair ~ 67°F  
High: 83°F ~ Low: 67°F
Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015

Stories from Monday, December 13, 2004

More women arrested for violent crime (12/13/04)
Women have long been considered the nurturers of society. Men are regarded as the hunters and aggressors. Those gender profiles have been substantiated in the judicial system by the greater number of men versus women arrested for violent crimes. That concept, however, is changing...
Schools, community help the grieving (12/13/04)
In the wake of a sudden death, particularly that of a young person like 18-year-old murder victim Toni Dickison, friends and survivors of the deceased rarely mourn alone. Members of the community where the young person lived as well as peers and educators at the school he or she attended are also affected by the loss...
Pharmacists weigh personal beliefs (12/13/04)
EDITOR'S NOTE: Recently, CBS News reported some pharmacists refuse to fill prescriptions on moral grounds. The report said these pharmacists were emboldened by the recent victories of conservative American candidates. The Brazil Times editorial staff decided to survey local pharmacists to see what their stands might be...
Students learn effect of hope (12/13/04)
On Sept. 16, 2004, Hurricane Ivan changed the lives of the citizens of Gulf Breeze, Fla., forever as it destroyed the area. In a single moment, in an act of kindness by a stranger, lives can change. On Nov. 22, giving up the luxury of home during the Thanksgiving holiday, seven Clay City High School students set out to help change the lives of Ivan's victims through simple acts of kindness as part of Clay City High School Students of Operation Helping Hand...
Family living 'nightmare' (12/13/04)
Susan Young, left, and her sisters, Bonnie Nees and Nancy Hicks read a press release given out by Brazil City Police Chief Mark Loudermilk at a press conference Friday at City Hall. The conference was called because of a Grand Jury investigation resulting in indictments on former officer Roger Lindsay. Lindsay was involved in the investigation of the murders of Tonya Pickett and the women's brother, Ricky Mustard in 1988. Bonnie's husband Randy Nees sits behind his wife...
City officials favor investigation (12/13/04)
Brazil City Mayor Tom Arthur called a news conference Friday afternoon to address the Grand Jury indictment of former Brazil Police Officer Roger Lindsay. Lindsay was involved in the investigation of the double homicide of Ricky Mustard and Tonya Pickett on Nov. 18, 1988...
- Northview girls hold off determined Vikings squad - (12/13/04)
Northview guard Jennifer Gregg makes a pass to the interior for a teammate during Friday's win over West Vigo. Gregg had six points in the game. The Northview Knights didn't shoot the ball particularly well on Friday night and they didn't do a great job of holding onto the ball either, but their defense held West Vigo to an even worse shooting percentage and the Knights held off the Vikings 35-34...
Knights place 2nd at Invite (12/13/04)
Northview senior, Tony Sanabria (left) earned Most Outstanding Wrestler honors by going 5-0, winning the heavyweight class at the Northview Invite on Saturday afternoon. He also improved to 16-1 this season with his efforts. -Sanabria named Most Outstanding Wrestler -...
Northview comes up short in visit to Danville (12/13/04)
Wade Thacker had five points in Saturday's loss to the Wariors. DANVILLE -- The Northview Knights got a heavy dose of Danville's Lance Robinson on Saturday night and the result was a 69-54 victory by the Warriors. Robinson scored 25 points, including an eight-of-13 stint at the free throw line against the Knights who fall to 2-3 on the season...
Clay City girls fall to Miners (12/13/04)
The Clay City girls dropped a key SWIAC and TRC matchup with Linton on Thursday night, 55-44. The Eels were within 16-14 after one quarter of action but struggled from the field in the second and fourth quarters. Linton held Clay City to just four points in the second period and led 25-18 at the midway point...
Second-ranked Bloomfield handles Eels (12/13/04)
The Bloomfield Cardinals got an exceptionally effective offensive game, shooting 62 percent (23-of-37) from the field and were able to hold back the visiting Clay City Eels, 59-37. The Class A, No. 2 Cardinals stifled the Eels in the first half, limiting Clay City to just six points in each of the first two periods while they tallied 33 points themselves...
- Chestnut jumper ends 19-game streak for Knights - (12/13/04)
Brodee Miller (center) pump fakes a West Vigo defender during Friday's game. Miller had dive points in the game. The West Vigo Vikings put an end to the 19-game Western Indiana Conference winning streak of the Northview Knights on Friday as Bryan Chestnut sank the game-winning 15-foot jumper with 6.6 seconds remaining for a 43-41 victory...
DOMICELLA E. HAYES (12/13/04)
Domicella (Dottie) E. Hayes, 77, of Bella Vista, Ark., died Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2004, at her home. Born Dec. 13, 1926, in East Chicago, Ind., she was the daughter of Benedict Joseph Rockley and Delma Rosalie (Surblis) Rockley. She was a retired Registered Nurse. She and her husband, William Hayes, moved to Bella Vista in 1984 from McHenry, Ill...
AUDREY A. MORLAN (12/13/04)
Audrey A. Morlan, 80, of Brazil died Friday, Dec. 10, 2004, at 10:55 a.m. in Holly Hill Healthcare Facility. Born Feb. 17, 1925, in Clay County, she was the daughter of George and Alice Stewart Archer. She was a custodian for the Clay Community School Corp. until her retirement in 1987...
REVA JAMES BREWSTER (12/13/04)
Reva James Brewster, 69, of Greencastle died Friday, Dec. 10, 2004, in Putnam County Hospital. She was the daughter of William Henry and Rose Bemis James. She enjoyed sewing, cooking, bowling and shopping. She had been married to her husband, Curtis, since Dec. 5, 1953...