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Stories from Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Veteran firefighters honored by Brazil City Council on Tuesday (04/27/05)
Several veteran firefighters were recognized for their years of service to the community and the Brazil Fire Department at the Tuesday meeting of the Brazil City Council. Brazil Fire Chief Tobey Archer holds the plaque most recently honoring (from left) former chief Donald Donath, former chief William Beeler, Freeman Hyde Jr., Everett J. Goss, whose father also served and former chief Roy Kellar...
Grant should pay for sewer improvements (04/27/05)
More Clay City residents should be able to connect to the town's sewer system in the near future. The present ban on new connections will be lifted when the system is improved, Clay City Town Board President Roy Chenoweth said this morning. The town has been waiting on money to make the necessary improvements...
Tall weeds, uncut grass deemed public nuisances (04/27/05)
April showers have been known to bring May flowers, but it's the rapid growth of grass that concerns members of the Brazil City Council. After suspending the rules requiring two readings before an ordinance becomes law, the group passed Ordinance 12-2005 during its meeting Tuesday. The ordinance amends a section of Brazil's Code of Ordinances by adding high weeds and uncut grass as public nuisances...
Public brushing off Brush Up Day? (04/27/05)
A lack of volunteers may mean the public is brushing off the first annual Brush Up Brazil Day. At the Tuesday meeting of the Brazil City Council, City Planning Administrator Michele Driscoll told Council members she hasn't heard from very many volunteers interested in participating in the event set for 9 a.m. to noon this Saturday at City Hall...
North Clay splits with conference track foe (04/27/05)
Shandi Travis raced home to a second place finish in the hurdles in Monday's meet and just missed the North Clay high jump record while winning the event. The North Clay track teams earned a split of their 3-way meet with Western Indiana Conference rival Owen Valley and Sarah Scott on Monday night...