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Stories from Wednesday, June 1, 2005

The Brazil Times Online Poll (06/01/05)
Effective June 1, 2005 The Brazil Times Online Poll will be updated with a new question every Monday through Friday by 2 p.m. Make sure to answer the poll and tell us what you think.
Correction: Bridgeton Fundraiser (06/01/05)
The date for the Bridgeton Ind., Community Day all-day fund-raising event featured in a story in yesterday's paper should have read Saturday, June 4. The event begins at 8 a.m.
New book claims presidential murder has ties to Clay County (06/01/05)
This is the first in a series of articles exploring the circumstances surrounding the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the alleged links to Clay County as told in "Dark Union: The Secret Web of Profiteers, Politicians, and Booth Conspirators that led to Lincoln's Death."...
Information on bullying requested (06/01/05)
The Brazil Times is preparing an article about bullies in schools. If you are a student, parent or teacher who has been involved with bullying, please call reporter Ivy Herron at 446-2216, ext. 234.
City trash service runs late due to holiday, Mayor Arthur says (06/01/05)
Mayor Tom Arthur made two announcements Tuesday concerning the City of Brazil: - Linda Messmer has been appointed to the Park Board to complete John Tilley's term. Tilley resigned from the board. The apointment was effect March 22. - Due to the Memorial Day holiday, city trash service will run one day late this week...
Street festival will benefit Humane Society Animal Shelter (06/01/05)
A street festival to raise money for the Clay County Humane Society will kick off at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 4. The event will be on Church Street, one block north of National Avenue. A bake sale will last from 9 a.m. to noon, and a cutest pet contest will begin at noon. The day's festivities will last until about 5 p.m. Food and drinks will be available...
Fire that destroyed home starts again (06/01/05)
Frank Phillips photo Firefighters work to extinguish a fire in a house on C.R. 1350N, west of S.R. 59 Tuesday. The house had first caught fire Monday night and rekindled Tuesday. The cause of the fire is unknown. A firefighter at the scene, who asked not to be identified, did not think anyone was injured but believed the house was a total loss. Dick Johnson and Van Buren volunteer fire departments fought the blaze Monday and Dick Johnson firefighters returned Tuesday...
Senior Group award winners (06/01/05)
Submitted photo Members of Skelton's Taekwondo Academy attended the Stars of the ATA Regional Taekwondo Championships which was held at the Rose Hulman Field House on Saturday, May 7. Skelton's Taekwondo Academy sent 27 members who earned 45 trophies. (Front row) Nathan Brown, Grant Heald, Jacob Booker, Taylor Buis, Patrick Herrick, Nick Marietta, Gavin Kraf. (Second Row) Tom McKinney Sr, Ronald Newbury, Rex Braden, Aaron Duell, Dr. Dennis Skelton, Tom McKinney Jr...
BETTY ROGERS KOCH (06/01/05)
Betty Rogers Koch, 81, formerly of Brazil, passed away May 26, 2005. Born March 9, 1924, to Fred P. Lawson and Mamie Boyd. She is survived by her two cousins, Florence Ingram of Schererville, Indiana and Blanche Cameron of Apalachicola, Florida. She is predeceased by her mother and father, two sons; Larry and Freddie Early and her husband Robert Rogers...
ROY F. MAYBAUGH (06/01/05)
Roy F. Maybaugh, 92 of Mitchell Indiana, formerly of Clay City, passed away May 30, 2005, in Mitchell Manor Nursing Home. He had been a resident there for only two weeks. He had moved to Mitchell in 1996 to live with his daughter and son-in-law. He was born December 1, 1912, in Clay County, the son of Charles and Chessie Winneke Maybaugh. ...