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Stories from Wednesday, May 25, 2005

10 arrested in Sunday drug bust (05/25/05)
While serving two search warrants, local law enforcement officers arrested 10 people on various charges ranging from misdemeanor charges to felony drug charges on Sunday. Brazil City Police Officer Kenny Hill received information about the possession of illegal drugs at 603 W. Logan St. and obtained a search warrant at the residence...
Council considers naming street for Brazil's Santa Claus (05/25/05)
Known by many as Santa Claus for decades, Brazil resident Bill Beeler will have a familiar lane in Forest Park named in his honor. The Brazil City Council unanimously voted to approve the first reading of Ordinance 13-2005, to name a Forest Park roadway in his honor, during its meeting Tuesday evening. An additional reading will be required before the ordinance is officially passed...
Gun locks given away on Thursday in store (05/25/05)
A promotion led by Project ChildSafe to distribute free gun locks at the Brazil Wal-Mart Thursday is a move in the right direction, said Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton. The national safety organization predicts it will give away more than 400,000 free locks to Indiana gun owners...
City Plan Commission needs new members (05/25/05)
To continue increasing the strength of its presence in the city, the Brazil Plan Commission will need two new members after resignations have left vacant positions. Brazil Planning Administrator Michele Driscoll addressed the Brazil City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday evening and asked for suggestions to replace members Leroy Pierce and Lyle Monnett...
In other business (05/25/05)
The Brazil City Council conducted the following business at its regular meeting Tuesday evening: - Audience comments Brazil resident Barbara Martin told the Council she had seen Council members Ann Bradshaw and Jim Sheese working with the installation of the emergency sirens in Brazil Township on a television newscast, and thanked them for their efforts...
Eels pull shocker, defeat No. 5 T-Birds in sectionals (05/25/05)
Loni Rhodes fired a two-hit shutout in defeating No. 5 North Central. CLAY CITY -- Pitching has been the story at the Class A Clay City Softball Sectional as both the host Eels and North Central each got dominating mound performances in their first round wins...