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Stories from Thursday, December 29, 2005

New Year's Resolution (12/29/05)
Please email your New Year's resolution along with your name to The Brazil Times at news@thebraziltimes.com
Hospital to be smoke-free after Jan. 1 (12/29/05)
St. Vincent Clay Hospital will be smoke-free beginning Jan. 1. "The hospital is committed to the protection of healthy behaviors which prevent disease and illness," wrote spokesperson Andrea Baysinger in an e-mail to The Brazil Times. "Smoking has been determined to be a major cause of many diseases and illnesses, and research documents the health risks posed by passive smoke...
Brazil City Council (12/29/05)
Councilman Ann Bradshaw officiated at Tuesday's council session, filling in for an absent Mayor Tom Arthur. Highlights of the business discussed at the meeting included: -Fund transfers The council voted to approve Resolution 10-2005, which called for fund transfers within several city departments...
Gov. Mitch Daniels uses media to reach the masses (12/29/05)
Andy McCammon photo WTHI-TV news anchor Mark Allen preps the three Terre Haute area participants in Gov. Mitch Daniels' "twenty-first century town meeting" before the broadcast Wednesday. Pictured (from left) are Charles Terrell Jr. of Shoals, Mary Puntney-Katchmar of Greene County, Elmo Hills of Clinton and Allen...
Knights continue strong play in tourney (12/29/05)
Andy McCammon photo Northview center Nick Wells (right) scores two of his eight points in a win over Bloomfield in the Pizza Hut Wabash Valley Classic The Northview Knights continued their march through the field at the 2005 Wabash Valley Classic tournament Wednesday, dispatching Bloomfield in a hotly contested second-round match-up...
Nine Knights place in Mooresville Tourney (12/29/05)
Carey Fox photos Left: Chris Craft (near) takes down his opponent in his 125 pound match. Craft placed second in tourney. Right: Greg Stultz battles for control in the 171-pound championship bout on Wednesday. Stultz won 9-4 for the title. - Stultz and Craft advance to finals...
JEAN JUDY LOWE (12/29/05)
Jean Judy Lowe, 63, of Brazil died at 1:06 a.m. Wednesday, December 28, 2005, in Terre Haute Regional Hospital. She was born January 16, 1942, in Brazil. Survivors include a son, Jamie L. Lowe, and wife, Tammy, of Marshall, Ill.; a daughter, Jenny L. Essex, and husband, Doug, of Ladoga, Ind.; and grandchildren, Amber N. Lowe, Jessica L. Lowe, Jackson D. Essex, Jacob A. Essex, Zion J. Essex and Xavier L. Essex...
ROBERT LEE DENKER JR. (12/29/05)
Robert Lee Denker Jr., 39, of Brazil, passed away at 2:49 a.m., Wednesday, December 28, 2005, in his residence. He was born May 12, 1966, in Ionia, Michigan, to Robert Lee Sr. and Ann Dunn Denker. Rob was a member of the Carbon Baptist Church where he served as a part-time pastor for three years before becoming the full time youth pastor in 2004. ...
HELEN WINKLEPLECK (12/29/05)
Helen Winklepleck went to be with the Lord on December 26, 2005. She was born April 13, 1921, to Francis Salin and Anna Akers Salin in Clay County, Indiana. She graduated from Brazil High School in 1939, was initiated into the Brazil Chapter 80 of the Order of Eastern Star in 1942, was Worthy Matron in 1952 and Guardian of Job's Daughters in 1958...
IVAN CURTIS SMOCK (12/29/05)
Ivan Curtis Smock, 65, of Brazil died at 10:10 p.m. on Tuesday, December 27, 2005, in the Royal Oaks Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center in Terre Haute. In failing health with cancer, he had been a patient there one month. He was born in Indianapolis on June 19, 1940, a son of the late Charles O. Smock Sr. and Thelma Sheets Smock. The family later moved to Linton...