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Stories from Wednesday, February 1, 2006

CLIFF notes:* (02/01/06)
Editor's note: In Saturday's edition, The Brazil Times introduced readers to a new program offered by Wabash Valley Correctional Facility, Carlisle, Ind. CLIFF is a voluntary program to which inmates may apply. The goal is to help the convicted criminals deal with the pressures that led them to use drugs and stay clean when they return to society...
Congressman gives mixed reviews on immigration statement (02/01/06)
Congressman John Hostettler (IN-08) was pleased with the President's calls for greater enforcement of America's immigration laws and stronger border security measures in Tuesday's State of the Union speech. Hostettler is looking forward to the tangible evidence of that commitment when the President releases his proposed budget for FY 2007 next week, he said in a prepared statement. ...
Democrat kicks off campaign against Hostettler (02/01/06)
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) -- The candidate who Democrats hope can be the one to end their string of close losses to Republican Rep. John Hostettler kicked off his campaign by saying the southwestern Indiana district needed a change in leadership. Vanderburgh County Sheriff Brad Ellsworth began a four-day tour of the Eighth District with stops Monday in Terre Haute, Vincennes and Evansville for what could become one of the nation's most-closely watched congressional races...
Police Chief helps neighbors watch out for one another (02/01/06)
Ivy Herron photo A sign outside of West Central Village warns would-be criminals that residents participate in a Neighborhood Watch program with the Brazil City Police Department. Brazil City Police Chief Mark Loudermilk wants to help victims of crime seeking to prevent such incidents in their neighborhoods...
Organizing a Neighborhood Watch Program (02/01/06)
Gathering people concerned with issues of crime in your neighborhood to talk with law enforcement is the first step, and many times the largest hurdle, to creating a Neighborhood Watch program. Brazil City Police Chief Loudermilk provided a few more tips people interested in creating a watch program in their area:...
Clay City Eels fall short regular season finale at South Putnam (02/01/06)
Clay City's Kristen Tyler dives for a loose ball in Tuesday's loss. The Clay City Lady Eels lost a heartbreaker in Putnamville Tuesday, falling to the South Putnam Lady Eagles 39-35. The Eels controlled the tempo of the game for most of the way and saw another solid performance (16 points, 6 rebounds) from point guard and leading scorer Whitney McWilliams, but late turnovers allowed South Putnam to capture the lead in the final minutes. ...
Clay City and North Clay Junior High teams win (02/01/06)
North Clay sixth grader Dallas Butts scored 6 points in Monday's win. The North Clay sixth grade girls basketball teams split a pair of games against West Vigo Monday night. The 'A' squad earned a 21-12 victory led by Dallas Butts who contributed six points and Kylie McKee who added five points in the victory...
ROBERT L. WHITE SR. (02/01/06)
Robert L. White Sr., 93, of Greencastle, formerly of Brazil, passed away Tuesday, January 31, 2006, at The Waters of Greencastle. He was born May 11, 1912, in Terre Haute to Ernest and Emma (Giffel) White. He graduated from Garfield High School. On September 27, 1931, he married Helen C. ...