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Stories from Monday, January 9, 2006

New wood-burning rules proposed (01/09/06)
INDIANAPOLIS -- State Rep. Vern Tincher (D-Riley) recently made residents in his district aware of proposed new rules for burning wood. He said the Indiana Department of Environmental Management rules would drastically restrict the use of outdoor furnaces that burn wood or corn...
Routine traffic stop results in arrest (01/09/06)
A traffic stop by the Indiana State Police around 11:30 p.m. Sunday led to the arrest of a Bloomington man wanted for an outstanding warrant for three drug related charges in Clay County. Shane Robertson, 27, of Bloomington, Ind., initially refused to stop when Trooper Matt Ames tried to pull him over for speeding, but finally stopped in the area of S.R. 46 and C.R. 200 E...
ICLU taking new name (01/09/06)
The organization that brought a lawsuit against the City of Brazil, forcing it to repair sidewalks not in compliance with federal laws, is changing its name. On Jan. 1, the Indiana Civil Liberties Union changed its name to ACLU of Indiana. The move is expected to better identify the organization with its longtime role as the Indiana affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union...
Collective bargaining on school board agenda (01/09/06)
The Brazil Times will begin an in-depth three-part series in tomorrow's edition about the main issues during the collective bargaining process. Tomorrow: The wage dispute. The Distance Learning Equipment will once again be used to provide the public with greater access to Thursday's school board meeting. Those in the southern part of the county interested in participating in this meeting can do so at the Clay City Jr./Sr. High School Auditeria...
Which way did you say? (01/09/06)
A call from The Brazil Times to dispatcher Kelly Althouse, Indiana Department of Transportation, Sunday morning was the first time the state received information about the eastbound exit sign being bent in half. She said that there could be a number of reasons why the sign has been down since at least Friday. ...
Northview girls win thriller at the buzzer (01/09/06)
Carey Fox photo Above: Northview guard Matt Stuckey fires a 3-pointer over Owen Valley's Nick Madison on Friday night. Stuckey would score 15 points on three 3-pointers. Bottom: Lexee Hayes (#12) leaps into teammate Kayla Raderstorf's arms after winning Friday's game with Owen Valley with a basket with less than 10 seconds remaining. Also pictured are Stephanie Plummer (far left), Julie Whitted (top center), Jennifer Gregg (#20) and Stephanie Spugnardi (inside center)...
HOMER DAVID BURNHAM (01/09/06)
Homer David Burnham, 70 of Brazil formerly of Tampa, FL, passed away January 6, 2006, at Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility. He had been in failing health for the past year. He was born December 9, 1935, in Tampa, the son of Homer David Burnham and Juanita Hall Burnham. He was a truck driver for Spartan Oil Company in Tampa, and had just retired January of 2005...
JOHN F. OSBOURNE (01/09/06)
John F. Osborne, 47 of Brazil passed away January 7, 2006, at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. He had been battling cancer since May of 2005. He was born December 4, 1958, in Terre Haute, the son of Fred Osborne and Louise Bridgewater Osborne. He last worked as a service technician at the Brazil Autoplex. ...
JAMES RICHARD GRAHAM (01/09/06)
James Richard Graham, 80, of Clay City, died Saturday, January 7, 2006, at 7:32 a.m. at Regional Hospital. He was born September 14, 1925, to James Fenmor and Myrtle McGill Graham. Most recently he worked for the Pillsbury Company until retiring in 1989. Richard married Betty Newhart June 10, 1950, she survives...
MARY ROSE ALLEE (01/09/06)
Mary Rose Allee, 66, Greencastle, IN, died Thursday, January 5, 2006, at her residence. Survivors include her husband, James J. Allee; daughter, Sarah M. Pierce and husband John D; two sons, John F. Allee and Joseph C. Allee; two sisters, Wanda Trail and Wilma Cox; brother, Bobby Query; brother, Larry Query all of Greencastle, IN; 10 grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren...