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Stories from Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Refuge is in Indiana for Katrina escapee (09/13/05)
CORRECTED COPY: The Brazil Times has learned Randy's last name is Weaver, not Wheeler. The Brazil Times apologizes for the error. By FRANK PHILLIPS Randy Wheeler, 53, is a music teacher in a Roman Catholic Elementary School in New Orleans. For the past 18 years he has lived in New Orleans and has dodged six or seven hurricanes during that time...
Pump Prices (09/13/05)
The prices for regular, unleaded fuel this morning at Clay County gas stations were: BRAZIL AREA I-70 AREA CLAY CITY AREA The Brazil Times is offering free car pooling want-ads to people seeking rides or want to offer rides. Call 446-2216 for more information...
Home tour is Sunday (09/13/05)
Victorian elegance greets you upon entering the Dave and Veda Bussing home located at 520 N. Meridian St. in Brazil. Built in 1890, Dave and Veda Bussing's three-story home located at 520 N. Meridian St. epitomizes the beauty and elegance expressed through the architecture of a Queen Anne House...
2006 budget, Company's Coming rezoning on city council agenda (09/13/05)
The following business is scheduled for discussion at tonight's Brazil City Council meeting: - Ordinance amending the city code providing for Brazil's participating in the national flood insurance program -- 2nd reading - Salary ordinance for appointed officers and employees of the city -- 2nd reading...
School board highlights (09/13/05)
The Clay Community School Board meeting on Sept. 8, was attended by Steven Grigsby, Jim Guy, Dottie King, Terry Barr, Len Fischer, Ted Jackson, Joe Thomas and Superintendent William Schad. Highlights of the business transacted at the meeting included:...
Number of arrests show extent of illegal drugs (09/13/05)
Over the past weekend, 12 different people in 12 different circumstances were arrested by officers of the Brazil City Police Department and the Clay County Sheriff's Department on some type of methamphetamine related charges. All one has to do to see level of the methamphetamine epidemic in the community is keep a close eye on the number of arrests in the public record...
Wet carpeting leads to mold problem at Staunton school (09/13/05)
A long, hot, humid summer and a carpet that wouldn't dry led to an air quality problem at Staunton Elementary that is a major cause of concern. A letter from Principal Sheryl Jordan alerted parents of the situation on Sept. 1, and of the cleaning efforts, but a few concerned parents still removed their children from the school...
Shamhart takes home big Patriot 100 check (09/13/05)
PUTNAMVILLE -- A 100 lap feature is typically more about a battle of patience and attrition, for Ed Shamhart it was about getting out front and never looking back. The Olney, Ill. native started in the third position for the UMP Modified Patriot 100, and pulled a perfect slide job to get by Dan Hamstra in turn four just one lap before the halfway mark break and never looked back in picking up a $2,000 payday at Lincoln Park Speedway...
Knights post sixth soccer shutout (09/13/05)
Confidence is mounting for Northview after a big win over Greencastle on Saturday. On Monday the Knights returned to the pitch and powered to a 2-0 Western Indiana Conference win over Owen Valley. "It's real nice to be 6-4-1 right now," commented coach Todd Lacomba. "We're 2-0 in the WIC, it's a real good start for us. It's a big week coming up for us with Edgewood on Thursday and Brown County on Saturday."...
Northview volleyball outmans visiting West Vigo squad (09/13/05)
Judging by the way Northview came out firing on the volleyball court on Monday night, they might be acquiring a bit of the killer instinct that has, at times, been lacking when putting away opponents. Coming off their only loss of the season this weekend, the Knights were never threatened against an outmanned West Vigo squad in a 25-10, 25-12, 25-11 win...
Knights sweep past Rockville; 3rd at T.H. North (09/13/05)
The Northview Knights swept a dual tennis match with Rockville on Monday night. The Knights didn't lose a set as Alex Smith won at No. 1 singles, 6-3, 6-4, Austin Akers was a winner at No. 2 singles, 6-0, 6-2 and Garrett Turpin took a straight set victory at No. 3 singles, 6-1, 6-0...
BETTY C. BEELER (09/13/05)
Betty C. Beeler, 79, of Brazil, passed away September 11, 2005, at 7:40 p.m. at Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility. She had been a resident there for only one month. She was born March 9, 1926, in Clay County, the daughter of Gordon Bennett and Marie Fox Bennett. She attended Brazil High School. She worked most of her working years as a nurse's aide. She worked at the Clay County Hospital, Cloverleaf and last worked at Clay Health Center. She also cared for people in their homes...