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Stories from Wednesday, April 13, 2005

City Council addresses many issues (04/13/05)
The Brazil City Council conducted the following business during its regular session Tuesday evening: Old Business - Approved the second reading of Ordinance 4-2005, which amends a portion of the Brazil Code of Ordinances by designating stop streets within Brazil city limits and establishing fines for violators. ...
Committee asks street be renamed for Brazil's 'Santa Claus' (04/13/05)
Tuesday, the City Council responded to a citizen request to rename Colfax Street north of Hendrix Street to the end. The Christmas in the Park organization requested the street be renamed with a Santa Claus theme to honor resident and long-time Santa Claus Bill Beeler...
Students install sidewalk after 'Santa' breaks leg (04/13/05)
Rod Clarke led a team of student volunteers determined to build a sidewalk after Brazil's Santa, Bill Beeler, fell and broke a leg the day after Christmas. The students (not in order) were Bill Wells, David Hayes, Ben Witt and Tim Holmes. Beeler can be seen on the porch...
Reduction of staff to be considered by Clay school board Thursday (04/13/05)
The upcoming public meeting of the Clay Community School Board of Trustees promises to be a busy evening. Some of the agenda highlights are: -A recommendation to the board by the administration to continue the necessary actions to perform the reduction in force (RIF) of staff members...
Knights prepare to face Class A No. 4 Lakers (04/13/05)
Ryan Nees helped Northview power past South Putnam in a doubleheader sweep on Saturday. Just once season removed from a berth in the Class A state championship game at Victory Field in Indianapolis, the Shakamak Lakers visit Northview for a JV/Varsity doubleheader this evening beginning at 5 p.m...
- Northview 'B' and 'C' teams off to quick 2-0 starts - (04/13/05)
The Northview B and C baseball teams are off to strong starts this season with each team winning their first two games of the year. On Monday night the 'B' squad earned an 8-3 victory over host West Vigo with John Adam Reberger picking up the pitching victory on the mound...
VIOLA HOLLIDAY (04/13/05)
Viola Maxine Holliday, 82 of Brazil, and formerly of Rockville, died at 8:45 p.m. Monday, April 11, 2005, at the Clay Health Center in Brazil. She was a caregiver for many years. She was born Feb. 15, 1923, in Bloomingdale, Ind., to the late George Oliver Wittenmyer and to Lina Brower Wittenmyer. ...