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Stories from Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Soldier killed in Iraq had ties to Harmony (01/25/05)
The war in Iraq keeps getting closer to Clay County. The family of Army Sgt. Kyle Childress, 29, Terre Haute was notified that their son and brother was killed in combat in Iraq, Friday, Jan. 21, 2005. Born in Terre Haute Dec. 20, 1975, Childress was the son of Keith Childress and Nancy Knight both of Terre Haute. ...
Veteran reporter moves on (01/25/05)
Although Linda Messmer's byline will appear later this week, today is her last day at The Brazil Times. For more than three years, she has proven herself a solid, dedicated and talented reporter, often going beyond the call of duty. Linda, a professional nurse, had articles published in the Terre Haute Tribune Star before she began writing for The Brazil Times...
One injured in Monday crash (01/25/05)
Red Bird Garage employee Mike Crow and two Reelsville Volunteer Fire Department personnel work to remove the 2002 Mitsubishi Spider Convertible involved in an accident on I-70 around 11 a.m. Monday morning. The driver sustained injuries and was transported to St. Vincent Clay Hospital while the passenger was unharmed. Ivy Herron photo...
Mayor goes back to school for state of the city address (01/25/05)
A former math teacher returned to Northview High School Monday morning to offer students, as well as the general public, a lesson in local government. A crowd of approximately 150 people filed into Northview's auditorium to hear Brazil Mayor Tom Arthur present his second State of the City address...
President approves disaster funds (01/25/05)
Clay County residents who incurred property damage during recent flooding can report that information to the Federal Emergency Management Agency after President George W. Bush ordered the release of federal disaster funds for Indiana. In response to a request by Gov. Mitch Daniels, the President signed a major disaster declaration on Jan. 21. It designates 62 Indiana counties eligible for federal aid to help meet the recovery needs of stricken residents and business owners...
Eels and Knights to play tonight (01/25/05)
(Left) Whitney McWilliams and the Clay City Eels face off with the Northview Knights and (right) Lexee Hayes who is coming off a 20 point night on Saturday.
ELIZABETH "BETTY" JOHNSON (01/25/05)
Elizabeth "Betty" Johnson, 91, of Staunton, died unexpectedly at her residence on Saturday, Jan. 22, 2005. Born Aug. 7, 1913, in St. Louis, she was the daughter of Arthur Buermann and Rose Musick Buermann. On Feb. 15, 1933, she married Leslie T. Johnson. He preceded her in death on July 9, 1988...
MABEL ELIZABETH (LORD) BAILIE (01/25/05)
Mabel Elizabeth Bailie, 94, of South Bend, Ind., formerly of Clay County, died Saturday, Jan. 22, 2005, in Holy Cross Care Center. Born Feb. 27, 1910, she was the daughter of Willard and Cynthia (Hayward) Lord. She was married to Louis Bailie, who is deceased...