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Stories from Monday, April 18, 2005

Downtown is place to get Goodies Galore! (04/18/05)
Goodies Galore owner/ baker Mary Fisher holds up a sample of her specialty birthday cakes while a friend looks on. The cake is decorated using special equipment that allows the usage of a personal photo or a chosen image to be placed on the cake in an edible form...
City Council addresses meth offenses (04/18/05)
The Brazil City Council is considering a resolution that would allow consumers to continue to have convenient access to cold medication while simultaneously curbing the sale of ephedrine products to be used in the manufacture of methamphetamine. Sponsored by 2nd Ward Councilman Marty Beasley, Ordinance 6-2005 establishes limits on sales of products containing ephe-drine, pseudoephedrine and phenylpropanolamine. ...
Dispose of large items (04/18/05)
The Clay-Owen-Vigo Sol-id Waste District is gearing up for Earth Day 2005. The District is sponsoring its annual large appliances (white goods) and heavy trash event on Saturday, April 30, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Forest Park Pavilion in Brazil...
Knights clip Eagles in weekend baseball (04/18/05)
Shawn Hughes had a pair of hits in the weekend series, including a double in the opener. The Northview baseball Knights got a pair of weekend wins in stark contrast to each other on Saturday versus conference foe Brown County. The Knights opened the twinbill by getting a pitching gem from Nick Wells who struckout eight Eagles as Northview won 3-1...
Northview softball wins two at Brown County (04/18/05)
Chandra Burns had two hits in a game one win versus Brown County and scored the winning run in game two. The Northview Knights continued their softball winning streak on Saturday afternoon during a doubleheader against Brown County. In the opening contest, the Knights used a four run third inning to take control of a 1-1 game and then capped off an 11-1 victory by tallying six runs in the top of the seventh inning...
Hillam pockets $1,000 for Spring Fling win (04/18/05)
Chris Hillam (in red) poses with family and friends after he won the 30-lap Super Spring Fling on Saturday night at Lincoln Park Speedway. With the victory he took home a $1,000 payday. PUTNAMVILLE -- The green flag dropped at Lincoln Park Speedway on Saturday night for the Super Spring Fling for super stocks...
JUDITH RAE WOOLERY (04/18/05)
Judith Rae Woolery, 63, of Carbon died Saturday, April 16, 2005, at 12:47 p.m. in St. Vincent Clay Hospital after an extended bout with emphysema. Born Aug. 15, 1941, in Brazil, she was the daughter of Albert and Lucille Graves Gullifer. She married Kenneth Woolery on Oct. 1, 2957 and worked at CBS in pressroom maintenance at Terre Haute...