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Stories from Wednesday, December 14, 2005

School audience reminded of Bob Hope USO Christmas tour (12/14/05)
Nicole Linton, playing the part of Bob Hope, wowed the audience with a comedy routine during the Jackson Township Elementary Christmas Program. Despite the weather and traffic problems, it was a packed house at both shows when fourth- and fifth-graders performed the comedy/musical Bob Hope Christmas At Camp Jackson for their families Tuesday...
City and Humane Society agree on 3-year contract (12/14/05)
The City of Brazil and the Clay County Humane Society have agreed to let sleeping dogs lie, at least for the next three years. After extended squabbling over the terms and cost of previous CCHS proposals, council members and humane society executives finally inked a formal agreement. The city council voted to approve a three-year contract with the humane society at its meeting Tuesday...
City council approves new health insurance plan for employees (12/14/05)
- Insurance choices limited after carriers choose not to offer health insurance to city Members of the Common Council of the City of Brazil approved a new health insurance policy for city employees at its meeting Tuesday. The council voted to approve a one-year contract with Humana Healthcare, a move that will double the deductible specified under the city's 2005 agreement with its current health insurance provider, Anthem Health. ...
3-vehicle crash causes traffic jam in Brazil (12/14/05)
Andy McCammon photo Brazil Police Officer Jeff Buckland directs traffic at the intersection of S.R. 59 and U.S. 40 Tuesday. Brazil City Police Chief Mark Loudermilk said accidents on I-70 diverted traffic onto city streets, including a large volume of tractor-trailers. All but a few stoplights in the city flashed yellow or red, and police were forced to direct traffic at several intersections, including the intersection of U.S. 40 and Franklin Street, where Loudermilk was located...
Mustangs corral Northview on Senior Night (12/14/05)
Carey Fox photo Northview senior wrestler (from left to right) Austin Nicosin, Brian Walden, Greg Stultz, Rob Pasalich and Chris Sambrotta were honored on senior night at Northview on Tuesday. If Northview's wrestlers needed any more fuel in their pursuit for a repeat Western Indiana Conference championship this season, they should have gotten all they need on Tuesday when visiting Edgewood pinned a 36-25 dual match loss on the Knights...
Eels can't handle hot shooting Clovers in Tuesday loss (12/14/05)
File photo Stephen Johnson (shooting) scored 14 in a loss. CLOVERDALE -- The Clay City Eels ran into the proverbial buzzsaw at Cloverdale High School on Tuesday night. Through three quarters, the Cloverdale Clovers shot 61 percent from the floor, including 10-of-18 from 3-point range, while handing the Eels a 68-49 loss...
Junior high Knights earn Monday sweep of opponents (12/14/05)
Carey Fox photo Hank Weishaupt (bottom) brings an Edgewood competitor to the mat on the way to winning his match by fall. - Seventh grade scores 85 North Clay's junior high basketball team earned a sweep of their games on Monday evening in convincing fashion...