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Stories from Wednesday, October 5, 2005

Economic Development Commission given instructions: Market Brazil (10/05/05)
Marketing Brazil is the mandate of the new Brazil Economic Development Commission. In the light of the economic climate and potential for growth, Mayor Tom Arthur established the commission. The city's previous Economic Development Commission has not functioned in many years...
Car hits limb left in road on N. Murphy (10/05/05)
Around noon on Tuesday, Glen Lawrence, of Brazil, was traveling south on North Murphy Road when his 1993 Ford Escort hit a tree limb that laid across the road. According to Indiana State Police Trooper Chris Carter, a delivery truck for South Central Pools of Indianapolis was making a delivery in the area when the top of the truck hit the weak limb of a tree. When leaving, the truck hit the limb again, causing it to fall and block North Murphy Road...
Special school board meeting to address facility needs tonight (10/05/05)
The Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees has announced another special session scheduled for tonight at 6:30 in the Media Center of North Clay Middle School. The public is invited to attend. During this session, the board hopes to gather information regarding long-term facility needs to create goals for the corporation instead of reacting to situations as they arise...
Three counties combine effort for Tox Away Day (10/05/05)
Residents of three area counties can dispose of hazardous household waste in a safe and environmentally friendly manner Saturday, when the Clay-Owen-Vigo Solid Waste Management District hosts its annual Tox Away Day. District workers will accept an array of dangerous waste including oil-based paint, antifreeze and mercury thermometers. Hazardous materials can be deposited at the Vigo County Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday...
Bowling Green VFD gets $92,264 grant (10/05/05)
The Bowling Green Volunteer Fire Department was able to purchase some much-needed equipment recently, with a little help from the Department of Homeland Security. The department re-ceived an award in the amount of $92,264 from the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program, sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security. The money was earmarked for personal protective equipment...
Pump Prices (10/05/05)
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...
Wins starting to mount for Northview girls (10/05/05)
Carey Fox photos Left: Tylee Graverson fires a shot towards the goal during Tuesday's win over Southmont. Right: Christina Arvin settles the ball before looking upfield for an open teammate. The Northview girls soccer team is hitting their stride at the right time, winning their fifth game of the last seven, taking a 4-1 win over Southmont on Tuesday...
North Clay eighth grade continues hot streak (10/05/05)
Submitted photo The North Clay eighth grade volleyball team won the Western Indiana Conference championship on Saturday. The tea: (Standing) Natali Sullivan, Brittaney Long, Coach Kevin Kumpf.. (Middle Row) Hannah Pond, Samantha Solomon, Alyssa Clarke, Kaylee Edington, Stephanie Mc Mains. (Bottom Row (*on floor) Kelsey Searing, Ali Sharton, Chloe Burdette, Brailyn Whitson, Carlee Bell...
DONALD RAY CRABB (10/05/05)
Donald Ray Crabb, 85, of Brazil, passed away October 3, 2005 in Terre Haute Union Hospital. He was born September 19, 1920, in Clay County to Harley Ray "Dutch" and Mary Shaffer Crabb. On December 4, 1957, he married Ruth Carol Gustin. He was retired from Hunter Oil Company. ...