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Stories from Thursday, May 26, 2005

Brazil gets new city map (05/26/05)
A new map of the city of Brazil will include additions and updates that haven't been noted for about 23 years. CommunityLink, the company responsible for the city's map project, is based in Pinckneyville, Ill. "We updated the zoning map," Brazil Planning Administrator Michele Driscoll told The Brazil Times. "It shows each individual parcel and everything."...
Love of autos makes mechanics tick (05/26/05)
Students who have a passion for cars sign up for Tony Migliorini's Vocational Automotive classes at Northview High School. "They love to work on the classic cars," Migliorini said of his enthusiastic and highly dedicated class. "They come in with a love of cars, wanting to learn auto mechanics."...
Mansfield ready for sixth annual Village Bluegrass Festival (05/26/05)
Tourists flock to Mansfield Village and Parke County festivals because they are seeking a taste of the Midwest. "Nowadays people really look forward to going to a country setting," said Pat McCarter, festivals promoter. On June 4 and 5 Mansfield will host its sixth annual Village Bluegrass Festival and Arts & Crafts. ...
Track repaired before Celebration (05/26/05)
A small area on the northeast corner of the quarter-mile go-kart track and the staging area used during the go-kart races in Forest Park was recently repaired with the financial help of the Brazil Rotary Club. "Asphalt is not perfect, it needs maintenance," said Jack Kirk, owner of Indiana Asphalt & Pavement Coating, Inc. ...
Knights down Greencastle, wins 20th game (05/26/05)
Brady Shoemaker hit his 10th homerun of the season and drove home two runs. Northview picked up their 20th baseball win on Tuesday night with a five inning, 11-1 defeat of visiting Greencastle. Brady Shoemaker drilled his 10th homerun as part of a perfect 3-for-3 night that included a double and two RBIs and Graig Bass added a two run double. Craig Trout cleared the bases with a three-run double in the third inning that helped blow open the game during a seven run frame...
RICK L. MULLINIX (05/26/05)
Rick L. Mullinix, 52 of Brazil, passed away May 24, 2005, at 1:45 p.m. at St. Vincent Clay Hospital in the emergency room. He had been ill due to pancreatic cancer for a short time. He was born July 24, 1952, in Clay County, the son of Arthur R. "Ross" Mullinix and Wilma J. Meadows Mullinix. He was a child of an Air Force family, so they moved frequently, living in several states. He graduated from Maconaquah High School, Class of 1970 in Bunker Hill, IN...
JACK ALAN STULTZ (05/26/05)
Jack Alan Stultz, 54, of Brazil, IN, died May 24, 2005, at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. He is survived by his mother, Mildred Treash Stultz of Brazil; six daughters, Mildred Campbell, Ft. Hood, TX; Jessica Stultz, Ft. Myers, FL; Jennifer Stultz, Ohio; Barbie Stultz, Jeanie Stultz and Thelma Stultz, all of Indianapolis, IN; two brothers, Carl Wayne Stultz and Dennis Blaine Stultz, both of Brazil, IN; four sisters, Judy Means, Brazil, IN; Wanda Moody, Seelyville, IN; Patty Elder, Reelsville, IN and Pam Carter, Brazil, IN and a large extended family.. ...