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Stories from Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Pump Prices (09/20/05)
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...
Fixing lunch for customers (09/20/05)
Mike Petersen is in line to be served at Riddell National Bank's Customer Appreciation Day Friday (Sept. 16). Bank employees served brats, hot dogs and Polish sausages with all the trimmings and drinks. Pictured are bank employees Linda Phillips, Kay McDonald, Jessica Neese and Heather Wallace. The person behind Petersen was not identified...
Really BIG pumpkins (09/20/05)
The Hummel family bought Atlantic Giant pumpkin seeds last year at the State Fair. This year they are the proud growers of four large pumpkins. Pictured from left to right are: Alan Hummel on the 380-pound pumpkin, Macy Hummel on the 412-pound pumpkin, Josh Hummel on the 383-pound pumpkin and Amy Hummel on the 280-pound pumpkin...
See Rita's effects at the gas pump (09/20/05)
Gasoline prices in Clay County have been dropping since Labor Day, as they have across the nation. On Monday, the average price of a gallon of unleaded gas in Clay County was about $2.77, close to the national average. That was before Rita and after Katrina...
Helping Katrina victims (09/20/05)
Local businesses and schools are continuing to lend a helping hand by collecting funds for the relief effort through the following events: - United Way of the Wabash Valley has coordinated information from 77 agencies that are available to assist evacuees of Hurricane Katrina in the Wabash Valley. Services include assistance with food and clothing, medical, transportation, utilities, employment, counseling and support, disabilities services and other miscellaneous services that may be needed...
Popcorn Festival ready to go (09/20/05)
The Popcorn Festival is ready and will offer many free events and free popcorn as before. The Festival's mission statement to promote our county and its people plus provide a venue for our non-profit organizations to promote themselves; it looks like we have another fun-filled, event-filled Festival ready for the Wabash Valley...
Income survey could help bring $500,000 to city (09/20/05)
If you haven't yet responded, Mayor Tom Arthur wants you -- to turn in your survey. Four hundred City of Brazil water customers were chosen for a household income survey and 125 responded as of Monday. "We need all 400 turned in," the mayor said. "The next step is we're going to start calling people and asking the information."...
Knights split pair of games in last week's gridiron action (09/20/05)
The North Clay seventh grade football team split a pair of games last week, falling amidst the rain to host Greencastle 24-6 and defeating Brown County in overtime, 14-8. Against the Tiger Cubs, Greencastle got out front early 8-0 before the Knights responded with a touchdown but failed to convert the two-point try. Greencastle would add a pair of touchdowns in the second half and hold the Knights from getting any closer in their first loss of the year...
Knights shut down visiting Wildcats (09/20/05)
The Northview tennis team had little trouble with the host South Vermillion squad on Monday evening, earning a 4-0 victory since the Wildcats didn't not have enough players to field a No.2 doubles squad. Northview did not lose a set in the match with Alex Smith earning a straight set, 6-3, 6-4 victory at No. ...
Knights handle Eels in Clay County battle (09/20/05)
Carey Fox photo Clay City's Melinda Jackson looks for an open spot to put a kill attempt in Monday's game. ISTEP testing will take place this afternoon around the area, but just one evening before, both Clay City and Northview had a volleyball test that placed them squarely in each others cross hairs...
DEBORAH MASTERS GREENWOOD (09/20/05)
Deborah Masters Greenwood passed away on September 5, 2005, in Boca Raton Community Hospital at the age of 47. The daughter of Rev. Jack and Mickey Masters, she was born on March 7, 1958 in Brazil, Indiana. On February 18, 1989, she was united in marriage to Bill Greenwood in Muncie. Shortly before their marriage she was diagnosed with breast cancer, whicn she valiantly fought as a cancer survivor for seventeen years...