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Stories from Friday, October 14, 2005

Treasure hunting begins today (10/14/05)
Laura McGlone and daughter Lauren, of Terre Haute, look through items on the first day of the Covered Bridge Festival at the intersection of State Road 59 and Hendrix St., as traffic in the background starts to thicken in preparation for the very busy next 10 days...
Cooper residents learn safety tactics (10/14/05)
The Brazil City Fire Department and the Brazil Housing Authority have selected a colorful new way to ensure the safety of Cooper Towers residents in the event of a fire or other emergency, B.C.F.D. Chief Tobey Archer told the City Council Tuesday. The department will implement a color-coding system to help them assess special needs among Cooper Towers residents. ...
Three arrested on drug charges (10/14/05)
Pitcured from left to right are: Deana Powell, Philip Powell and Kathy Neese. Around 5:30 p.m., members of the Clay County Sheriff Department were assisted by the Brazil City and the Carbon Police Departments while serving a search warrant at 401 E. Jackson St., leading to the arrest of three individuals for various drug related charges...
New stop signs, trick-or-treat hours set (10/14/05)
The Oct. 11 meeting of the Common Council of the City of Brazil was attended by council members Marty Beasley, A. Ann Bradshaw, Patricia Heffner, William Lovett and James Sheese, City Clerk-Treasurer Tracy Webster, City Attorney Joe Trout and Mayor Tom Arthur. Also in attendance were police chief Mark Loudermilk, fire chief Tobey Archer and new City Plan Administrator Brandy Means...
You are responsible for your actions (10/14/05)
Editor's note: This is the fifth part in a series of reports about the use of scooters in the area -- what qualifies as a moped, the proper use of a moped and the laws and regulations concerning moped use on the roadway. Do I need insurance for my scooter?...
Knights headed to sectional semifinals (10/14/05)
Northview's Abby Birkey keeps her eyes on the ball while shielding off a West Vigo defender during Thursday's sectional win. TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview girls soccer team is hitting their stride at exactly the right time. Coming into the Terre Haute South Sectional, the youthful Knights had won three straight games including a regular season ending win over first round sectional foe West Vigo...
Knights have conference title in their sights tonight (10/14/05)
Carey Fox photo Northview's defense, including Jared Timm (#87) held West Vigo to just 39 rushing yards last Friday. Friday night might mean back-to-back conference championships for the Northview football team as they roll to scenic Brown County for the final regular season contest...
Northview volleyball team falls in final match (10/14/05)
The Northview Knights got a pre-sectional look at visiting Plainfield on Thursday evening and came away with eyes wide open following a three set loss to the Quakers. Plainfield took a 25-12, 25-19, 25-22 decision over the Knights whose hitting and service game were held in check...
RANSOM OLIN "BOB" BURKE (10/14/05)
Ransom Olin "Bob" Burke, 89, formerly of Merom, died Tuesday, October 11, 2005 at Good Samaritan Health Care in Kissimmee, Fla. Bob lived in Indiana before moving to Florida in 1976. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 52 years, Mildred L. Brinson Burke, and two brothers, Max and Harold Burke...