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Stories from Monday, April 25, 2005

Saturday will be Time to brush up, Brazil! (04/25/05)
With a community-wide desire to beautify the city in mind, Brazil Planning Administrator Michele Driscoll is organizing Brush Up Brazil 2005, hosted by the city and scheduled in conjunction with Earth Week. All residents, community leaders, schools, clubs and organizations, retail merchants, neighborhoods and other volunteers are invited to participate in the event set for 9 a.m. ...
Volunteers find services needed more as their level of expertise increases (04/25/05)
Equipment that was funded through a Homeland Security Grant has enabled the Van Buren Volunteer Fire Department to move to Basic Life Support Non-Transport provider status. "Our runs have quadrupled since we've been BLS and running with Trans-Care," said VBVFD Capt. Todd McVey, who is also the Director of the EMS Program. "We've been BLS certified since Feb. 16."...
County Police, Freemasons participate in CHIPS program (04/25/05)
John Beasley is being fingerprinted by Sgt. Rob Gambill while Ryan Stephenson, Frank Beasley Jr. and Mary Stephenson watch during the child identification program sponsored by Centennial Lodge No. 541 and the Clay County Sheriff's Department on Saturday. ...
Residents, United Way are '4Community' (04/25/05)
Through a planning grant program called 4Community, the combined efforts of organizations led by the United Way of Clay County, leaders and residents have set a Vision Statement and more than 40 specific objectives to determine the attainable future of the county...
Clay County students spread their gospel (04/25/05)
- Youth for Christ program founded in 1944, still very popular among youth today Students from Northview High School, North Clay Middle School and the Clay City High School Support Teams gave short presentations about the group's civic activities and provided special entertainment for members of the community during the annual Clay County Youth for Christ Banquet at the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds recently...
Witness to accident sought (04/25/05)
New evidence has emerged that someone may have witnessed an accident Thursday that resulted in the death of an armored vehicle driver and the hospitalization of another. "Evidence at the scene suggests there may have been another vehicle pulling onto S.R.46, from Pioneer Road, that may have witnessed the accident," a Clay County Sheriff's Department news release stated Friday...
North Clay girls finish second to Honey Creek in track (04/25/05)
Cayla Yockey (2nd from left) races to a second place finish in the 100 meter dash during last week's meet versus Honey Creek and Rockville. The North Clay girls track team opened their season by finishing second to a strong Honey Creek squad by a 70 to 57.5 score with Rockville placing third with 9.5 points last week...
Northview JV thumps Terre Haute South in baseball (04/25/05)
Austin Bryan had a hit in the Knights' win over South. The Northview junior varsity baseball team remained unbeaten this year, thumping Terre Haute South 12-2. Curtis Peters got the victory on the mound, going the distance and allowing just three hits while striking our five and allowing just one earned run in his second victory...
GLADYS COX (04/25/05)
Gladys Irene Cox, 100, of Brazil, formerly of the Bowling Green area, passed away at the home of her granddaughter April 24, 2005, at 3:33 am. She was born July 17, 1904, in Clay County, the daughter of Emery Moon and Lydia Killion Moon. She attended school in Washington Township. ...
WILLIAM CRICK (04/25/05)
William Allen Crick, 65, of Brazil passed away April 22, 2005, at 8:01 p.m. at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born Dec. 1, 1939, in Marion County, the son of William Dysart Crick and Isla Walbring Crick. He was raised in Owen County and graduated from Patricksburg High School, Class of 1957. He continued his education at Indiana State Teachers College graduating in 1961 with a Bachelors Degree and later a Masters Degree in Physical Education and Biology...
DORIS JEAN SWEARINGEN (04/25/05)
Doris Jean Swearingen, 80, of Paducah, Ky. and formerly of Brazil, died at 11:10 p.m. Saturday at Superior Care Home. She was the daughter of James and Margaret Elizabeth Campbell Jacobson and was a native of Sioux Falls, S.D. She married Archie R. Swearingen, a Brazil native, and the pair, married for 60 years, resided locally for approximately 10 years...
SHERRY ANN LUCAS FOX (04/25/05)
Sherry Ann Lucas Fox, 54, of Indianapolis and formerly of Brazil, died April 17, 2005. She was born Dec. 29, 1951 in Brazil the daughter of Robert and Julia Robison Lucas. She graduated from Staunton High School and then later graduated from Indiana State University with a bachelor of science degree. On Nov. 22, 1991, she married Jeff Fox, who survives...