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Stories from Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Twirl -- and step -- to better health (02/22/06)
Those interested in learning a new dance or finding space to practice their skills should twirl over to the YMCA and participate in the Day of Dance for Heart Health on Saturday, Feb. 25, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. "The Day of Dance for Heart Health is an interactive community event that brings together consumers, health care providers and other community partners for an educational celebration of the benefits of dance and exercise in the prevention of heart disease," said Andrea Baysinger, clinical and health coordinator at the St. ...
Clay City license branch open again, but not without problems (02/22/06)
Ivy Herron photo Clay City BMV Branch Manager Staci Dickey renewed Sheriff Mike Heaton's license plate before the crowd arrived with a little help from Brazil License Branch Manager Georgia Day on Tuesday. Drivers need to know -- The Clay City License Branch will be open Tuesdays, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m., Wednesdays through Fridays, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon...
'Mmm -- cookies!' (02/22/06)
The first shipment is in. Carolyn Robison, Karen Fellers and Sherri Stewart sort and stack Girl Scout Cookies Tuesday at the Brazil National Guard Armory. Around 300 Clay County Girl Scouts in 20 troops placed orders for 1,745 cases of cookies, according to Stewart...
In his own words (02/22/06)
Editor's note -- 2006 primary and school board candidates are invited to announce their candidacy in The Brazil Times. The announcements will be published as presented, in their own words. However, no candidate announcements will be published the week before the May 2 election...
Indiana Attorney General's office taking calls about gas gouging after prices rise (02/22/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com Gas prices are fluctuating in Clay County, for no apparent reason. On Wednesday morning, prices ranged from a few cents more than $2 per gallon on up to $2.39 or more. One convenience store employee told The Brazil Times several customers threatened to complain to Indiana Attorney Gen. Steve Carter's office after prices rose 30 cents per gallon, literally overnight. Then, the employee excused herself to go outside and raise pump prices at that store...
Northview rallies past visiting Danville (02/22/06)
Carey Fox photo Senior Matt Crooks drives to the baseline during Tuesday's win over Danville on Senior Night. Tuesday night's season finale for the Northview basketball team could be just the lesson that they need headed into next week's sectional play...
North Clay seventh grade team places 2nd at WIC (02/22/06)
Submitted photo The North Clay seventh grade second place team is: (front row l-r) Annie Smiley, Raven Enders, Anna Pinkston, Lauren Webster, Kalyn Beil, Baylee Keyt and Nicole Nelson. (Back row l-r) Chelsey Sampson, Benita Wilkerson, Abigail Crawford, Jenny Gabriel, Shelby Davis, Ashlee Ball, Autumn Wilkinson, Darcy Bass, Rissa Berg, Emily Harden and coach Scott Fosdick...
Wabash Valley Wrestling fares well in tourney (02/22/06)
Carey Fox photo Northview's Zach Stultz (top) was the 140-pound Cadet champion at Conseco Fieldhouse this past weekend during a national tourney. The Wabash Valley Wrestling Club that meets at Northview High School had great representation at Conseco Fieldhouse this past weekend during a national tournament...
LILLIE IRENE COX (02/22/06)
Lillie Irene Cox, 83, passed away in her home on Feb. 21, 2006. She was born in Concordia, Kansas, on Dec. 21, 1922, to Johnathan and Emily Mosher. She married Alfred Cox on February 7, 1944, and moved to Brazil in 1948. They had just celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary. Lillie enjoyed babysitting, sewing, cooking, storytelling, and taking care of all of her family. She had been employed at G. C. Murphy and Goodwill...