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Stories from Wednesday, December 15, 2004

3 condemned buildings to be torn down (12/15/04)
Hearings for four unsafe buildings dominated the discussion of the Brazil Board of Public Works and Safety at its Tuesday meeting. Mayor Tom Arthur, City Attorney Joe Trout, Clerk-Treasurer Tracy Webster and members Bill Lovett and John Nelson heard the testimonies of Planning Administrator Michele Driscoll, Building Inspector Ron Keen, Det. Marty Beasley and resident William Robert Sanders...
City employees to get $1,000 insurance perk (12/15/04)
The following discussion and business took place at Tuesday's meeting of the Brazil City Council, which was followed by the Board of Public Works and Safety: Mayor's report: "The general funds are running a little heavy," Mayor Tom Arthur said, citing health insurance costs and unexpected bills. He also said that the vandalized grave markers will be taken care of by the insurance company, although some will have to wait for repairs until spring, when a crane will be used to move them...
County residents aren't claiming money due them (12/15/04)
While Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter is reaching out to Household Finance customers, he also wants to remind Hoosiers there may be other unclaimed funds or property waiting for them. More than two years ago, a multi-million dollar national settlement with Household Finance resulted in $11 million for 18,000 customers in Indiana, and a hefty portion of those funds has not been claimed. ...
Helping Toys for Tots (12/15/04)
Wal-Mart reecently do-nated so many toys to Clay Co. Toys for Tots it took six shopping carts and a pickup truck for area organizers to collect all the toys! The $1,000 donation, like all contributions made at the local level, will remain in the county to will help provide Christmas to area needy children...
Clay City girls loss second consecutive game (12/15/04)
The Clay City Eels dropped their second straight game following a six game winning streak with a 49-39 loss to Tri-River Conference foe North Central on Monday night. Annika Dawson and Sierra Taft combined for 35 points to send the Eels to the defeat...
Clovers sink 10 3-pointers in win over Clay City (12/15/04)
Garrett Thatcher (#50) goes up for a shot between Cloverdale's Luke Lovins (#44) and Kyle McCammon (#44). Thatcher had 15 points in the game for Clay City. CLAY CITY -- Coming in to Tuesday's battle against the Clay City Eels, Cloverdale was renowned for their perimeter shooting...
JONATHAN MILLETT (12/15/04)
Jonathan "Jon" Millett, 50, of Brazil and formerly of Wheaton, Ill., died at home unexpectedly on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2004. Born July 15, 1954, in Chicago, he was the son of Thomas and Joan Donohoe Millett. He graduated from Wheaton High School and worked in home construction and remodeling. He last worked for the Torco auto dealership in West Chicago, Ill...