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Stories from Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Three arrested after fight (01/26/05)
Three men were arrested by the Clay County Sheriff's Department following a fight Tuesday night at 3045 S. C.R. 300N. Sheriff's deputies, Indiana State Police, the Brazil Police Department, town marshals from Clay City and Center Point and Trans Care ambulance personnel were dispatched to the scene of a fight involving weapons...
Redevelopment Commission considers CCEDO request (01/26/05)
The Clay County Redevelopment Commission voted Tuesday to continue cleaning up the Glen-Gery Corp. on S.R. 340. The property will be cleaned up as allowed by the current owner. Ivy Herron photo Clay County Economic Development Organization is in need of funding from the county and the City of Brazil...
County will pay $17,000 to help fund Brazil water study (01/26/05)
In other business: - The Redevelopment Commission unanimously passed a resolution to help fund a water system study. The study will investigate the possibility of supplying water to the I-70/S.R. 59 Economic Development Area in anticipation of making utilities available to industry wanting to locate in that area. ...
Mayor's paving list questioned (01/26/05)
Unless some generous person decides to surprise Mayor Tom Arthur with a blank check, the Brazil City Council will continue working to smooth out the details of the city street repaving priority list. Council members recently discussed Resolution 1-2005, which establishes a city street paving priority list for the current fiscal year. They approved the first reading of the resolution, and Councilman Jim Sheese voted in opposition during the Tuesday meeting...
Brazil City Council report (01/26/05)
The Brazil City Council conducted the following business during its regular meeting Tuesday evening: Mayor's Comments Mayor Tom Arthur told the Council the goals he included in his State of the City address on Monday will be written up officially, along with department goals. Those will be available for the first Council meeting in February...
Northview girls win Clay County matchup (01/26/05)
Northview's Julie Whitted (right) scored 28 points, added 14 rebounds and six blocks in a victory over Clay City. CLAY CITY -- In the annual Clay County girls basketball battle, the Northview Knights simply had too much strength in the interior for the Eels to handle on Tuesday night...
Cheek signs to play golf at Rend Lake (01/26/05)
Northview senior Brittney Cheek (front row center) signed a letter-of-intent Tuesday to attend Rend Lake College in Illinois to play golf. Also pictured is Cheeks' mother Sheila Cheek (front left) and father Mike Cheek (front right). (Back row l-r) Northview's Girls Athletic Director Jan Gambille, Rend Lake Coach Sheila Corn, Northview Coach Teresa Akers and Northview Principal Jim Church...
MARIE LOIS MEYER (01/26/05)
Marie Lois Meyer, 78 of Bowling Green, died early Tuesday morning, Jan. 25, 2005, in Clarksville, Ind. Born Aug.t 19, 1926, in Center Point, she was the daughter of Roy and Nellie Killion Latham. She graduated from Brazil High School. Marie married Paul E. Meyer April 12, 1947...