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Stories from Friday, March 25, 2005

Sheriff: Deputy's termination legal (03/25/05)
Former Clay County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy Larry Pierce is no longer with the department. He was terminated but may apply to rejoin the department when an opening occurs. The chain of events leading to his termination involves laws of the State of Indiana and began three years ago...
Downtown volunteers looking for more people (03/25/05)
Improvements to downtown Brazil won't come quickly, but volunteers comprising a group called Brazil Main Street hope improvements will come. While all agreed Brazil is a good town, the 14 in attendance Thursday afternoon at Riddell National Bank also said there is room for improvement downtown...
Floyd's Fund to benefit other animals (03/25/05)
Jodie Wilson, her daughter Kayla, 7, and Floyd help gather donations of food and money outside of Wal-Mart on March 12 for the humane shelter as part of the "Floyd's Fund" project. The project raises money for medical expenses so that all animals at the shelter can receive the treatments they need for survival, and generate enough funding to help support other areas of need as well. Ivy Herron photo...
Spencer headed to West Point (03/25/05)
Former Brazil resident Blake Spencer will become the first Division 1-A recruit from Newsome High School, located in Brandon, FL, when he enrolls at West Point Academy, NY to play football for the Black Knights of Army. Spencer, a 6'2, 180-pound tightend led Newsome in receptions with 24 catches for 501 yards this season. ...