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Stories from Monday, April 4, 2005

Little Creek volunteer honored at Hoosier Horse Fair (04/04/05)
For one Little Creek Special Equestrians volunteer, earning accolades for her hard work pales in comparison to the opportunity to witness the progress and joy of the riders she helps. What started out as a class project has become a passion for Farmersburg woman Carrie Holycross, 23, who often devotes 10-20 hours per week to furthering the efforts of the special horse riding center at Center Point. ...
Board sets guidelines for city sidewalks (04/04/05)
Brazil citizens can now take steps to relay their sidewalk concerns as the Brazil Board of Works and Public Safety recently made strides to ensure a smooth sidewalk inspection and repair request procedure. Members Bill Lovett, John Nelson and Mayor Tom Arthur voted to approve the walkways repair and maintenance policy during the board's regular session. The policy outlines and establishes numerous guidelines regarding city sidewalks...
Education Mediator releases recommendations to Clay School Corp. (04/04/05)
Since July 31, 2003, the Clay Community School Corp. Board of School Trustees (CCSC) and the Clay Community Classroom Teachers Association (CCCTA) have been unable to reach agreement on several issues regarding contract renewal. Dave Findley, the Indiana Education Employment Relations Board Fact Finder/Mediator brought in to review information regarding the impasse, has released his recommendations on three key issues for settling their disagreement...
New face behind insurance office desk (04/04/05)
Small town life is for Ted Paris. Growing up in Spencer, then moving around following different careers, Paris again found his way back to small town life in Brazil three years ago. "It's a nice community," Paris said from behind the desk of his office located 213 E. National Ave. "People have been nice as I've been meeting them."...
Noblesville hotshoe a rising star in sprints (04/04/05)
Clauson signs autographs for fans during a break in the action. The 2004 racing season was one full of success for Bryan Clauson. The Noblesville sprint car driver earned six feature victories in the Armstrong Farms sponsored sprinter. He had 20 top-three finishes, finished second in the Bloomington Speedway points chase as well as winning Rookie of the Year honors. He won at five different tracks, including Paragon, Kokomo, Lincoln Park and Lawrenceburg...
MABEL M. DOANE (04/04/05)
Mabel M. Doane, 84, of Brazil, died unexpectedly at her residence. She was born April 13, 1920, in Brazil, the daughter of Charles and Ellean Gentry Muncie. She worked in the Welfare Office from 1941-1951 and later worked for the Internal Revenue Service in the Terre Haute office. She was married to Theodore J. Doane on Nov. 5, 1960. He preceded her in death Jan. 2, 1992. She attended the Nazarene Church in Brazil...
BEULAH NAOMI SHEESE DAYHUFF (04/04/05)
Beulah Naomi Sheese Dayhuff, 82, of Brazil, died at 4 p.m. on March 31, 2005, at her residence. She was the daughter of Herschel and Ina Cooksey Sheese. She graduated from Gosport High School, and on Nov. 19, 1941, she married Clarence L. Dayhuff. She enjoyed crocheting and cooking, was a member of the Ladies Aid and was active with the Fairview Christian Church...
LAURA I. GREEN (04/04/05)
Laura I. Green, 91, of Columbus, Ohio, died March 31, 2005 at Mt. Carmel St. Ann's Hospital in Westerville, Ohio. She was born July 10, 1913 in Vigo County to George and Louise Hammrick Conner. She was raised in the Fontanet area and attended school there. ...
NORMA WALTON (04/04/05)
Norma Walton, 82, of Brazil, died April 1, 2005 at 4:50 a.m. at the Clay Health Center. She was born April 22, 1921 in Putnam County. The daughter of Charles and Maude Gibbs Slavens, she attended school in Putnam County and formerly attended Annunciation Church. ...
RUTH M. WEST (04/04/05)
Ruth M. West, 85 of Clay City died Sunday April 3, 2005, at 1:30 a.m. at Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility in Knightsville. She was born June 12, 1919, in Owen County the daughter of Jesse and Dora Neiswinger Leohr. She graduated from Clay City High School, Class of 1938. June 25, 1948, she married Albert M. West. He preceded her in death Sept. 1, 2002...
HELEN I. THOMPSON (04/04/05)
Helen I. Thompson, 91, of Brazil, died at 8:45 p.m. Thursday, March 31, 2005 at Clay Health Center in Brazil. She was born July 25, 1913 in Clay County, Indiana. She was the daughter of Charles and Ella Dalton Harris. She attended North Mine Grade School and Van Buren High School. She was a member of Lena Church of Christ. She married Max Thompson Nov. 13, 1930...