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Stories from Tuesday, July 5, 2005

Online poll results (07/05/05)
Will the United States remove its troops from Iraq within the next five years? Out of 103 votes 44(42.72%) responded 'YES' 59(57.28%) responded 'NO'
Rotary $10,000 Winner (07/05/05)
Frank Phillips photo Tootie Rossock, of Carbon, is interviewed by Mike Peterson of WSDM-FM, after her ticket was drawn Monday night. She won $10,000 from Brazil Rotary. Sam Glover holds the ticket.
Preparation for the Fourth (07/05/05)
Frank Phillips photo On Monday, members of Mark Adamson's team work on the line of tubes that would launch what is believed to be the biggest fireworks grand finale in Brazil's history.
Happy birthday to U.S. on July 4 (07/05/05)
The 4th of July has come and gone. Brazil and Clay County residents are all the richer for celebrating the birthday of the United States of America. A Carbon resident is $10,000 richer for winning the Rotary raffle. Tootie Rossock was present when Rotary President Sam Glover drew her name from the drum Monday night...
CYL 12-and-under team wins District title (07/05/05)
Photo courtesy of Wayne King The CYL 12 year-old All Stars won their district 6 tournament by defeating Greencastle 12 - 0 in the championship game Sunday evening. The 12's will move on to the State Tournament in Evansville this weekend. Row 1: Andrew Butts, Carson Kleiber, Kodie Girton, Joey Thomas, John Robert Patterson and Blake Price. Row 2: Zac Niehaus, Caleb Mershon, Tyler Trout, Jordan King, Craig Bell and Brayden Freeman. Back row: Coaches Tony Mershon, Joe Trout and Josh Trout...
Homerun in the making (07/05/05)
Photos courtesy of Wayne King Tyler Trout intensifies his focus just before hitting a towering homerun in the June Bash 12 and under tournament held last week at the Clay Youth League diamonds. Trout got his big hit in the championship game against Riley...
Winning pitcher fire one across the plate (07/05/05)
Photos courtesy of Wayne King Carson Kleiber fires a pitch home during District championship play last weekend. Kleiber was the winning pitcher in the title game as the CYL 12-and-under team beat Greencastle 12-0 and will head to the state tourney in Evansville this weekend...
Robert McIntire, 66, of Brazil died at St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil at 12:11 p.m. on July 1, 2005. He was the son of the late Samuel N. McIntire and Mildred Maxine Mogan McIntire. He graduated from Van Buren High School in 1958 and then married Anita Vickers McIntire January 31, 1958. ...
MARY ALICE POE (07/05/05)
Mary Alice Poe, age 78, of Terre Haute, passed away early Saturday morning at the Southwood Rehabilitation Center. Born December 17, 1926 in West Terre Haute, she was the daughter to Albert and Lilly Pitts. She married Stanley "Dick" Poe and he preceded her in death. Mary was a homemaker and a member of the Church of Christ...
FLORENCE A. GIBSON Florence A. Gibson, 88 of Brazil passed away July 3, 2005 at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. She was born March 9, 1917 in Vigo County the daughter of Elmer and Ola Snow Wilson. She graduated from Fontanet High School. During WW II she worked on the railroad, but after the war, she enjoyed being a homemaker, wife and devoted Christian mother. ...