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Stories from Tuesday, February 15, 2005

City's sidewalk project ready for Phase II (02/15/05)
Where the sidewalk ends is less of a concern for Brazil than the amount of additional work necessary before the city's ongoing sidewalk project can reach completion. Mayor Tom Arthur spent part of a rainy Monday afternoon assessing the status of the sidewalks on some streets in the city, conducting an audit to ensure Brazil's walkways are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by December of 2005...
With a little help from her friends (02/15/05)
Local Curves Manager and Owner Kathy Allen presents Kristal Lagro with a tiara among other gifts Monday in recognition of her losing 141 pounds in one year. Lagro arrived with a friend and her mother to receive a $500 check from Curves International for winning their annual Sweetheart Weight Loss Contest. Josh Cannon photo...
Grigsby advances to IHSAA state wrestling finals (02/15/05)
The Bloomington South Panthers continued a strong season by winning six classes at the Evansville Reitz Semistate on Saturday and the Northview Knights sent 130-pounder Corey Grigsby along to the state finals at Conseco Fieldhouse after he placed second...
Clay City girls fall in final seconds (02/15/05)
The Clay City girls basketball team came out on the short end of a 58-57 season ending sectional loss to the Union Bulldogs on Friday night. The Bulldogs scored the final six points of the game, including the game-winning free throw with just seven seconds remaining in the contest...
South Putnam remains unbeaten, Cardinals advance (02/15/05)
Girls basketball regional berths were awarded to teams on Saturday evening as Bloomfield earned the Clay City Sectional title with a convincing 72-45 victory over Union to take the A regional berth to the North Daviess Regional. Bloomfield got a 20 point, 22 rebound effort from senior Ashley Thombleson and six different players scored more than seven points for the Cardinals who advanced to 16-7 this year and will face Loogootee (21-2) in their regional opener...
RUTH E. MOHR (02/15/05)
Ruth E. Mohr, 81, of Brazil, died at 7:44 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 12 at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Born Dec. 4, 1923, in Brazil, she was the daughter of Otis and Naomi Harrington McCann. She married Gus Mohr in 1941. She was employed for over 20 years at Clay County Hospital, first as a ward secretary and then in the cardiology department. She also worked as Brazil Clerk Treasurer and Clay County Recorder...
THELMA JEAN TIBBETTS RIGHTSELL (02/15/05)
Thelma Jean Tibbetts Rightsell, 83, of Brazil died at 3:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, in Clay County Health Center in Brazil. Born May 10, 1922, she was the daughter of Hovia and Gladys Lucille Pyrah Tibbetts. She married Roy Edward Rightsell. She graduated from Brazil High School and Indiana State Teachers College...
JUSTIN GRANT WILSON (02/15/05)
Justin Grant Wilson, 32 days old, of Reelsville, died Feb. 12, 2005, at Riley Childrens Hospital in Indianapolis. Born Jan. 10, 2005, at the IU Medical Center in Indianapolis, he was the son of David and Lavett Goodpaster Wilson. He is survived by his parents and grandparents Steve and Lisa Goodpaster of Reelsville, Wilbur and Lisa Wilson of Brazil and Bobbi J. ...
HELEN V. ROGERS (02/15/05)
Helen V. Rogers, 82, of Brazil, died early Thursday morning at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born Jan. 12, 1923 in Clay County, Ind., she was the daughter of Robert Galbraith and Glenn Galbraith. Helen married Raymond and he preceded her in death. She was a homemaker...
DOROTHY 'DOT' DOWEN (BRADSHAW) KLINGLER (02/15/05)
Dorothy "Dot" Dowen (Bradshaw) Klingler, 83, was born Aug. 10, 1921, to William H. and Orlean Kathryn (Dowen) Bradshaw and died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at 7:15 p.m. She was a 1939 graduate of Van Buren High School and graduated in 1942 from Methodist Hospital School of Nursing as a Registered Nurse with special training in pediatrics from Indiana University Medical Center, both in Indianapolis...