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Stories from Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Another hurdle cleared -- warning sirens closer to being installed (03/23/05)
As the season for heavy storms nears, so does the long-awaited installation of warning sirens for Brazil. The Brazil City Council voted to approve an agreement between the city and Brazil Township to maintain warning sirens Tuesday evening. Township Trustee Marcia Tozer has purchased three high-power rotating uni-directional sirens. ...
Tournament raises money for charity (03/23/05)
Left -- Brazil City Police Detective Marty Beasley, a member of the Brazil City Bowling Team, puts on his game face for the 2005 Inaugural Clay County Chamber of Commerce Tournament of Champions. The event raised money for the Chamber's many charity programs throughout the year. Beasley's teammates on the Brazil City Bowling Team consisted of Mayor Tom Arthur, City Police Chief Mark Loudermilk and Fire Chief Tobey Arthur...
Mullenix wins cemetery contract (03/23/05)
By BRANDY RICHMOND brandykrichmond @yahoo.com The Brazil City Council met in a special session Tuesday to interview persons who submitted cemetery lawn mowing bids. Bids were submitted by Vision Quest at $18,500, D&G at $21,500 and Mullenix at $23,940. ...
Rep. Andy Thomas supports marriage amendment (03/23/05)
Senate Joint Resolution (SJR) 7, co-sponsored by State Representative Andy Thomas (R-Brazil), passed out of the House by a vote of 76-23. The legislation will begin the process of creating a constitutional amendment to define marriage as a union between one man and one woman. The joint resolution passed the Senate last month by a vote of 43-7...
YMCA Unbeaten Champions (03/23/05)
A Clay County fourth grade basketball team won the tournament of champions at the Wabash Valley Family Sports Center to finish the season with an undefeated, 12-0 record. Team members include: (Front row l-r) Craig Peters, Travis Hakman and Skyler Holifield. (2nd row l-r) Phillip Lalen, Jacob Vansickle, Bryce Britton, Dylan Fletcher and Conrad Koehler. (Back row l-r) Coaches Stony Lalen, Chuck Peters and Joe Hakman...
FLORENCE LARNED (03/23/05)
Florence Larned, 84, of Brazil died Sunday, March 13, 2005, at 8:46 p.m. in Regional Hospital. Born Aug. 28, 1920, in Vigo County, she was the daughter of Louis and Reida Stickson Moody. Survivors include her sisters, Mary Jo Johnson, Helen Abney and Alice Alexander and many nieces and nephews...