[The Brazil Times nameplate] Fair ~ 37°F  
High: 49°F
Friday, Dec. 26, 2014

Stories from Monday, February 27, 2006

Major disagreement over Major Moves at crackerbarrel (02/27/06)
Frank Phillips photo State representatives Andy Thomas, Clyder Kersey, Vern Tincher and State Sen. Richard Bray report to constituents at the Saturday crackerbarrel in the Jackson Township Firehouse. NOTE: To download and listen to the crackerbarrel, log on to:...
Wisdom killed, wife injured near Bowling Green (02/27/06)
A single vehicle accident claimed the life of the driver and hospitalized the passenger early Sunday morning. Around 3:20 a.m., Clay County Sheriff's Deputy Jerry Siddons responded to a report of a single vehicle accident approximately one mile east of Bowling Green...
Karn cause of death released (02/27/06)
The Indiana State Police announced Pathologist Dr. Roland M. Kohr's preliminary autopsy results Monday afternoon concerning the death of Bradley E. Karn II. Karn collapsed after a brief struggle with law enforcement during his arrest for a vehicle pursuit that originated in Brazil and ended near Cloverdale on I-70...
BRADLEY EARL KARN II (02/27/06)
Bradley Earl Karn II, 25, of Brazil, passed away February 24, 2006, in Putnam County. He was born to Bradley Earl and Shelly Ann (Deakins) Karn, February 24, 1981, in Falmouth Massachusetts. Brad Earl attended Berea Christian Church, Bee Ridge Church and most recently Otter Creek Christian Church. ...
ALVAH D. BALLINGER (02/27/06)
Alvah D. Ballinger, 73, of Brazil died unexpectedly February 25, 2006, in the emergency room at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. He was born April 8, 1932, in Center Point, the son of Alva Edwin Ballinger and Altha Irene Wells Ballinger. As a young man, he joined the U.S. Navy and served on the USS Kearsarge during the Korean War. When he came home from service, he began working at Glenn-Gerry Brick in Brazil. He operated a tow-mower at the brick plant for over 25 years, retiring in 1985...