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Stories from Monday, November 14, 2005

Wabash regains Monon Bell from DePauw (11/14/05)
Carey Fox photo Top: DePauw running back Jeremiah Marks scores from one-yard out to take a 7-3 lead. Bottom left: DePauw's Brian Culp gets full extension as he hauls in a pass in Saturday's game. Bottom right: DePauw senior quarterback Ross Wiethoff looks downfield for an open receiver in Saturday's Monon Bell game...
Church bids pastor farewell (11/14/05)
Greg Comp, Minister of First Christian Church, Brazil (right), shares a happy moment with his son, Tyler, and wife, Kathy, as they visit with friends Sunday night at the church. The occasion was a reception for the Comps who are moving to another ministry after serving the congregation for 15 years...
Out with the old, in with the new (11/14/05)
Frank Phillips photos The Brazil Autoplex sign will soon come down. In its' place will be a new sign for York Chevrolet. Meanwhile, a letterhead illustrates the change in ownership. Rob York (lower right) runs the Brazil dealership. The change officially took place Thursday...
Poland VFD seeks alternate funding (11/14/05)
Faced with increasing operating costs and steadily shrinking revenues, the Poland Volunteer Fire Department will try a new approach in its continuing struggle to stay afloat. Fire department officials and Cass Township Trustee Dorothy Keiser agreed to begin an application process that would designate the area department serves as an Indiana fire protection territory. ...
Schutte offers free health care advice (11/14/05)
If you've ever wondered how much a nursing home costs or what is involved in admitting a resident or even have had the desire to understand the difference between Medicare and Medicaid then you'll be pleased to know there is now one source available within the community to answer those and other questions about nursing homes and long-term care. That source is a new service called Ask the Administrator...
Carbon man found in ditch, DOA at hospital (11/14/05)
- Victim's wife charged with giving false information to authorities While investigating the death of a Brazil man over the weekend, the Indiana State Police and the Clay County Sheriff's Department have arrested his wife for false informing. Around 4:19 a.m., Sunday, emergency personnel from Dick Johnson Volunteer Fire Department and Transcare responded to a 911 call requesting medical assistance in the area of CR 200W and CR 1350N. ...
Man on the street (11/14/05)
As the City of Brazil and the Clay County Humane Society continue to butt heads over the city's animal control plan for 2006, area residents choose sides and give their impressions on the issue. Matt Airhart of Brazil: "I just think the city doesn't care anymore, and they're trying to cut back. I think Brazil can do more, and they could try to be more understanding."...
Brazil man arrested for molestation (11/14/05)
A Brazil man was arrested Monday on molestation charges after a five-month investigation by the Brazil City Police Department. Charles Eugene Buchanon was arrested on Monday, Nov. 7, by deputies of the Clay County Sheriff's Department serving a warrant from the Clay County Prosecutor's Office for molestation and sexual misconduct with a minor. Buchanon is in the Clay County Jail on a $10,000 cash bond with 10 percent while awaiting arraignment...
Veterans Day touched so many people's hearts (11/14/05)
Top left: (Andy McCammon photo) Members of V.F.W. Post 6606 prepare to present the flags at the Veterans Day program at Clay City Jr./Sr. High School. Pictured (from left) are Harley Andrews, Charles Flack, Dean Horn and Warren Fry. Middle left: (Ivy Herron photo) Officers of the Brazil City Police Department and members of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. ...
Students celebrate Veterans Day (11/14/05)
Top: (Andy McCammon photo) Fifth-grade students at Forest Park Elementary School practice folding the American flag. The boys demonstated the proper way to handle the flag during the school's Veterans Day program. Pictured (from left) are Kyle Chaney, Evan Thiemann and Bradley Schopmeyer...
Fire engulfs house on Hadley St. (11/14/05)
Around 3:30 p.m., a 911 call reported smoke coming out of the roof edges of a vacant rental home in the area of Hadley Street and County Road 880 North. Patrolman Clint McQueen and Det. Marty Beasley were the first to arrive on the scene with volunteer firefighters from Jackson, Posey, Van Buren and members of the Brazil City Fire Department close behind. ...
Jr. High Eels earn wins over Eminence (11/14/05)
The Clay City junior high basketball teams earned victories over Eminence last week. The eighth grade team handled the Eels easily with a 45-20 victory as Bill Newton led the way with 22 points and Jacob Payne added 14 in the victory. Clay City put together big quarters in the first and third, tallying 15 in the opening period and 22 in the third to pull away...
Eminence powers past Clay City in opener (11/14/05)
The curtain rose on the 2005-06 girls basketball season for the Clay City Eels Friday night, unfortunately for them the starring role in the premiere went to Eminence's Jessica Malott. Clay City was unable to handle the versatile interior duo of Malott and Jacci Martin as Eminence pulled away in the second half for a 54-34 victory in a game that goes down in Tri-River Conference play...
North Clay boys shut down visiting Owen Valley (11/14/05)
The North Clay eighth grade basketball team improved to 3-0 this season with a comfortable 42-24 victory over visiting Owen Valley on Thursday evening. Jonathon Bradshaw heated up in the second half, scoring 13 of his game-high 18 points after halftime as North Clay pulled away for the victory...
BEULAH G. LLOYD (11/14/05)
Beulah G. Lloyd, 92 of Brazil, died at 8:13 p.m. Saturday, November 12, 2005, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil. She was born November 27, 1912, in Brazil as the daughter of Walter and Maggie Tipton Brown. She graduated from Brazil High School with the class of 1931. She married Roger "Dick" Lloyd November 12, 1931. They were married for 70 years until Dick's death in 2001...