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Stories from Monday, May 2, 2005

Bridgeton bridge will be rebuilt, vow residents at meeting (05/02/05)
"Whatever it takes. The bridge will be rebuilt, because we will do it together," was the rallying cry for more than 100 Bridgeton residents crowded into Willow Rose Carriage House Saturday evening to discuss what to do about rebuilding the bridge the community lost to arson a few days earlier...
Teams race to meet fiscal goal (05/02/05)
Thursday evening was a special night for the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life. Bank Night, the time when teams turn in money collected through their fundraising efforts, netted this year's Driving Cancer Out of Our Community campaign another $5777.99...
Graduating seniors can learn from tradition of recognizing local alumni achievements (05/02/05)
Since 1980, an alumna from one of the four high schools that presently constitute Clay City High School has been honored for his achievements during the spring commencement ceremony. "We have been very fortunate that these four high schools have produced many very highly qualified candidates for the Distinguished Alumni Award," Clay City Faculty Member Representative Jim Romas said of the award. ...
Brazil City Council considers local alcohol sales (05/02/05)
A resolution recently considered by the Brazil City Council regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages at gas stations and convenience stores will not limit or otherwise regulate their sale in local stores. But Resolution 3-2005, sponsored by Third Ward Councilwoman Ann Bradshaw, allows the Council to officially urge the Indiana General Assembly, Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission and Alcoholic Beverage Board of Clay County to stop the proliferation of alcohol outlets commonly referred to as gas stations and convenience stores.. ...
Sheriff's Department confirms identity of 'person of interest' in bridge blaze (05/02/05)
A Parke County law enforcement official confirmed Friday that Jesse Payne, 34, is the "person of interest" the Sheriff's Department is questioning. Payne was arrested after fire consumed the Bridgeton Covered Bridge. No charges have been filed against anyone at this time...
Northview softball splits; Eels win versus Linton (05/02/05)
Lindsay Thomas had three hits in the first game of a double header versus Sullivan on Wednesday. The Northview softball team split a pair of Wednesday games with host Sullivan by identical 4-3 scores. After rain washed out the first of back-to-back games at Northview on Tuesday night, the Knights traveled to Sullivan for a pair of games...
Petty sprints way to Lincoln Park victory (05/02/05)
Ray Humphrey (foreground) leads John Demoss (center) and Zach Fair past the flagstand during the early stages of feature action at Lincoln Park Speedway on Saturday. Mother Nature may have provided a week long soaking for the midstate, but she finally relaxed her rainy grip on Saturday so that area racing fans could enjoy some excellent racing at Lincoln Park Speedway this week...
Northview wins JV baseball tournament (05/02/05)
The Northview junior varsity baseball team won their tournament on Saturday afternoon earning a 12-2 win over Brown County and a comeback, 7-6, win over Martinsville in the title game. Curtis Peters got the win in the first game and is now (3-0). Chase Yocom had two hits and two stolen bases, Sean Brackney has two doubles and one stolen base, Jordan Myers had two doubles, a single and two RBI's, John Adam Reberger had a double and a single with two stolen bases, Travis Nodley had a double and a stolen base, Matt Deakins had two hits and an RBI and Jordan Pond with a double.. ...
Dyer pitches shutout to lead Eels past Eminence (05/02/05)
Matt Vansickle had one of Clay City's three hits in Friday's win over Eminence. The Clay City Eels won their third game of the season on Friday night with a 2-0 shutout of visiting Eminence. Brock Dyer got the complete game victory for the Eels, allowing just three hits...
CLARENCE HASTINGS COOK (05/02/05)
Clarence Hastings Cook, 74, of Brazil, died at his home in Brazil on Friday, April 29, 2005. He was born in Bible Grove, Ill. on March 27, 1931, the son of Clarence R. and Amy C. Hastings Cook. They preceded him in death. He married Lillian Kiger in Kentucky in September of 1956. She preceded him in death...
LARRY G. BROWN SR. (05/02/05)
Larry G. Brown Sr., 64, of Linton, died at 6:37 a.m. on April 29, 2005 at Deaconess Hospice Care in Evansville, Ind. He was born in Johnson, Ind. on April 20, 1941, to Cecil Brown and Lois Larkins Driskell, who preceded him in death. His step-father was Jerry Driskell of Princeton, and his step-mother was Margaret Brown of Owensville. They also preceded him in death...
BRIDGET MAE SANDERS (05/02/05)
Bridget Mae Sanders, 89, Brazil died Saturday, April 30, 2005. Survivors include one brother, Ernest Philabaum and wife Leona, of Brazil; sisters-in-law, Freida Philabaum and Betty Philabaum, Grace Sanders and brother-in-law Robert Porter along with several nieces and nephews...