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Stories from Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Listen to mayor's speech (01/24/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS Brazil Mayor Tom Arthur delivered his 2006 "State of the City" address before members and guests of the Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday. The meeting was a luncheon at Brazil Family Restaurant. See Wednesday's edition of The Brazil Times for complete information...
Clothespins demonstrate what 100 is all about (01/24/06)
Mandy Shepard, an assistant pre-school teacher at Cornerstone Christian Academy, wore 100 clothespins to school Monday to celebrate the 100th day of the school year. Cornerstone students commemorated their 100th day in school in a number of ways, Shepard said. ...
Bank plans to build in Brazil (01/24/06)
Ivy Herron photo Terre Haute Savings Bank has announced it plans to build a new branch in Brazil at this location, 260 E. National Ave., occupied by Family Dollar store. The formal announcement was expected to be made at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Tuesday...
Bill designed to protect nonprofits from excess liability (01/24/06)
Submitted photo State Rep. Andy Thomas looks over legislation he introduced to protect nonprofit organizations. Dorlene Woodrum (right), director of the Clay County Senior Citizens Center, testified on behalf of the bill. State Representative Andy Thomas (R-Brazil) presented a bill before the House Judiciary Committee on Monday that would limit the liability of small nonprofit organizations that are classified under the 501(c)(3) tax exemption, to the liability limits in the Indiana tort claims act.. ...
Gov. Mitch Daniels seeks support for I-80 lease, mayor now agrees it's a good idea (01/24/06)
- Indiana Toll Road deal means $37,000 to City of Brazil When Gov. Mitch Daniels asked local officials to support his plan to lease the Indiana Toll Road, Mayor Tom Arthur declined. He felt a 75-year, $2.5 billion lease of I-80 to private interests wouldn't be enough -- that the state could make more money by maintaining ownership of the road and increasing tolls. But when the state received a much higher bid than expected, Arthur changed his tune...
Reynolds' 28 points leads Northview frosh to win (01/24/06)
Carey Fox photo Northview freshmen, Clint Reynolds (#32) and Ethan Tanner (#34) attempt to block an outlet pass against Greencastle. Coming off a split of their weekend games at the North Montgomery Tournament, Northview got a superlative effort from guard Clint Reynolds who blew up for 28 points in a win over Greencastle...
Knights enjoy WIC win; prepare for sectional (01/24/06)
Submitted photo Northview's title winning athletes pose with coaches following Saturday's Western Indiana Conference championship. (From l-r) Rob Pasalich, Asst. Coach Brent Potter, Beau Pingleton, Head Coach Dan Mikesell, Chris Dean, Asst. Coach Chris Walker, Chris Craft and volunteer assistant Corey Grigsby. (Not pictured) Asst. Coach Chris Walker who was with the JV team at a Crawfordsville Tourney...
North Clay 8th grade girls win (01/24/06)
Andy McCammon photo North Clay's Brooklyne Myers goes up for a shot in the third quarter of Monday's contest with South Vermillion. The North Clay eighth-grade girls basketball team improved to 2-1 on the season with a victory over South Vermillion Monday...
VIOLET W. FOUTY BRISTOW (01/24/06)
Violet W. "Vi" Fouty Bristow, 83, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, formerly of Avon, Indiana, died January 20, 2006, in Lexington, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Edward and Adeline (Drake) Fouty. Survivors include two daughters, Darla Jean Renner and husband Bob; Janet Miller and husband Bob; five grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren...
WILLIAM CARL GUESS (01/24/06)
William (Bill) Carl Guess, 74, devoted father, loving husband and grandfather passed away in Indianapolis on Sunday, January 22, 2006. He was born March 14, 1931, in Altoona, Alabama, to Mayburn Alfred and Grace Elizabeth Bolton Guess. He served in the United States Army during the Korean War and was stationed on Koji Island. ...
BETTY JANE STOUGH (01/24/06)
Betty Jane Stough, 86, of Monticello, Indiana, died Monday, January 23, 2006, at Monticello. She was born November 11, 1919, in Terre Haute as the daughter of Elmer Lloyd and Mattie Stropes Vaughn. She graduated from Gerstmeyer Technical High School. During World War II she worked in the Evansville Shipyard supporting the war effort. She married Harry Stough on December 2, 1944. She was a member of the Sugar Grove Free Methodist Church and the Carpe Diem Club...