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Stories from Thursday, October 27, 2005

Small-town votes force BMV to have Monday branch hours statewide (10/27/05)
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) -- Elections in three small towns next month will force all of the state's full-service license bran-ches to be open on a Monday when they would normally be closed. The new state law that took effect in July requiring voters to bring a state-issued photo ID to the polls also requires all full-service license branches to be open until 8 p.m. the day before an election and to open early on Election Day...
Grand re-opening (10/27/05)
HOP Communications has undergone major rennovations at the office located at 82 Forest Park Plaza. Pictured during the recent ribbon cutting were Chamber of Commerce President Mitch Chalos, Manager Tim Cashion, Assistant Manager Mike Nichols and Mayor Tom Arthur...
Author helps Clay County Celebrate Literacy (10/27/05)
"We all have day-to-day stories, and that's all we really want. When it comes right down to it, all we want is to have someone listen to our stories," Author Phillip Gulley told the large crowd gathered at the "Celebrating Literacy Changing Lives in Clay County" event at Traditions on Tuesday evening. ...
Pump Prices (10/27/05)
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...
Mother, daughter arrested for Coalmont arson (10/27/05)
As part of an ongoing investigation into a 2004 Coalmont arson case, the Clay County Sheriff's Department, arrested one woman on two counts of arson, and amended the charges filed against her daughter on Wednesday. Special Prosecutor Hal Johnston announced the arrest of Bertha M. ...
Local fans say, 'Our White Sox are world champs!' (10/27/05)
Andy McCammon photo On Wednesday night, White Sox fans, Steven Banach, Justin Quaglio and Norman Fleenor celebrate the team's first world championship in 88 years at the Terminal, a Terre Haute sports bar. With a dramatic one-run victory last night, the Chicago White Sox completed a four-game sweep of the Houston Astros and captured their first World Series title since 1917. ...
City of Brazil to begin own animal control program (10/27/05)
Andy McCammon photo Mayor Tom Arthur outlines his animal control plan for 2006 during a press conference Wednesday. The plan will be administrated by the city, ending a 12-year period during which the Clay County Humane Society handled the city's animal control program...
Hardcourt action begins! (10/27/05)
(Left) Erica Lee cruises in for a layup during Northview's basketball practice. (Right) Jennifer Gregg fires up a shot over Christy Fulk while Coach Jon Crooks (background left) and Coach Bob Medworth discuss the next drill during practice Wednesday...
CLINTON SCOTT ANDERSON (10/27/05)
Clinton Scott Anderson, 21, of Brazil died in an accident at the intersection of State Road 59 and I-70 at 3 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2005. Survivors include his parents, Richard and Donna Anderson; a sister, Jessica Anderson; his fiancee, Amber May; his Godfather, Mark Loudermilk; and other extended family members...
STEPHEN EARL HACKETT (10/27/05)
Stephen Earl Hackett, 59 of Brazil, died at 6:16 a.m. Tuesday, October 25, 2005, in Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born December 30, 1945, in Lafayette, he was the son of the late Henry Earl and the late Grace (Pugh) Hackett. Mr. Hackett married Patricia Louise Johnson on July 1, 1967, in Tipton, Indiana...
KENNETH H. BAUERS (10/27/05)
Kenneth H. Bauers, 93 of Terre Haute died Tuesday Oct. 25, 2005, in his residence. He was born June 26, 1912, in Terre Haute to William Harry Bauers and Edna Mae Houston Bauers. He was preceded in death by his parents, a step-daughter Cheryl Church; two brothers, Glen Bauers and William Bauers; three sisters, Helen Bauers, Virginia Beck and Florence Mitchell...