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Stories from Wednesday, May 4, 2005

Residents urged to report potholes (05/04/05)
Brazil residents can become more active in spotting problem potholes through the city's new Pothole Patrol program. Before taking office in January 2004, Mayor Tom Arthur intended to improve the streets of the city. Since that time, Brazil has purchased an injection-type patching machine that places a better patch than the traditional cold-patch method at approximately one-third of the cost...
Reporter recognized by ISU (05/04/05)
A reporter for The Brazil Times was recently recognized for his contributions to the Indiana State University student newspaper, the Indiana Statesman, in Terre Haute. Josh Cannon, a graduate of ISU, has worked for The Times since the beginning of February...
Run Through the Jungle on May 14 at Rescue Center (05/04/05)
Exotic Feline Rescue Center Director Jean Herrberg pets Wedge, a lioness, while Rake, a lion, rubs against the fence at the Center. Take a walk on the wild side, maybe even run. That's what athletes will be doing when they participate in the first annual Run Through the Jungle 5K Race May 14 at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Center Point...
Saturday is veterans' Loyalty Day (05/04/05)
During this year's Loyalty Day Ceremony on Saturday, Clay County veterans will be honored for their service to their country, something that doesn't happen often enough one veteran says. "They just don't get the recognition they deserve," Loyalty Day Coordinator Les Walden said...
Pet vaccinations at Armory (05/04/05)
The Clay County Humane Shelter Vaccination Clinic will be at the Brazil National Guard Armory on Saturday May 7 and 14 from 1 to 4 p.m. Cats and dogs brought into the armory for the clinic need to be restrained by a leash or in a pet carrier to insure safety for everyone. The cost per shot is $7...
Crash ends in fatality (05/04/05)
A Jasonville man was pronounced dead at the scene of a car crash shortly after midnight Tuesday night. At about 12:19 a.m., the Clay County 911 Dispatch Center received a call of a serious vehicle accident just outside 13127 S. S.R. 159. When emergency personnel arrived at the scene, they found Keefer Marshal of Jasonville seated in the driver's seat...
Clay City Eels split track meet with Cloverdale (05/04/05)
CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels split a dual track meet with Cloverdale on Tuesday night. The boys dropped a 64-47 decision to the Clovers. The Clay City girls however, took five of six spots in the throwing events and got three wins from Rachael Narlock and a second place and another three win night for Hannah Moore...
Eagles use big fifth inning to get past Clay City (05/04/05)
PUTNAMVILLE -- Clay City was in the driver's seat for the win until things unraveled in the bottom of the fifth. That's when the South Putnam High School tallied five runs, adding another insurance run in the bottom of the sixth en route to a 6-1 win on Tuesday...
Knights earn tennis win versus Patriots (05/04/05)
Ramey Hayes (pictured) combined with Laura McCrea to earn a 6-0, 6-1 win on Monday against Owen Valley. The Northview tennis team dropped just one match in their contest with WIC foe Owen Valley on Monday night. The Knights posted a 4-1 victory over the Patriots and in their four wins, lost just six points in cruising to a convincing win...
Errors ruin Northview's chance at win (05/04/05)
Ryan Nees (batting) doubled in Tuesday's game against West Vigo. The Knights would manage just three hits in the game, their first loss of the season. BRAZIL -- The Northview Knights, ranked No. 5 in Class 4A high school baseball, lost their composure and their first game of the season Tuesday night to the visiting West Vigo Vikings...