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Stories from Tuesday, March 7, 2006

Communication is everything (03/07/06)
Last week, the radio tower in front of the old Clay County Jail was moved by crane to its new home behind the Clay County Justice Center. A temporary tower has been used during the past few months. Once placed, the permanent radio tower will be used by 911 dispatchers to stay in contact with county and city emergency personnel...
One woman shares her struggles and fears (03/07/06)
Editor's note: The National Cancer Institute reports that one out of every eight women will get breast cancer in her lifetime. Women between the ages of 20 and 39 should have a clinical breast exam every three years, while women 40-years and older need to have an clinical exam every year along with a mammogram. ...
Clay County Farm Bureau president goes to Washington (03/07/06)
Hear it now: Marshall Nuckolls, president of Clay County Farm Bureau, recorded an interview about his trip to Washington, D.C. before the Clay County Cracker barrel on Feb. 25. Listen to it by navigating to http://mysite.verizon.net/res0x644/id9.html and click on the "click here" link. Give the file time to download to your computer...
Mayor responds to state budget mandates (03/07/06)
The City of Brazil has responded to the mandates of the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance by trimming another $200,000 from its already-lean General Fund budget for 2006. Mayor Tom Arthur submitted a revised budget to the state Monday. The city council passed a general-fund budget of around $2.2 million Sept. ...
Clay County Commissioners (03/07/06)
Highlights of the business discussed at the Monday meeting of the Clay County Board of Commissioners included: -The airplane on the courthouse lawn Brazil Mayor Tom Arthur appeared before the board to ask them to assume responsibility for the airplane displayed on the courthouse lawn...
Knights take on O.V. (03/07/06)
(Correction:) The above picture was featured in Saturday's Brazil Times and was incorrectly listed as Brailyn Whitson. The photo is actually Kelsey Searing. We apologize for the mistake. Searing and the North Clay eighth grade girls basketball team returns home to face Owen Valley this evening at 6 p.m...
GARNET G. DALRYMPLE (03/07/06)
Garnet G. Dalrymple, 89, of Green Valley, Ariz., died Sunday, Jan. 8, 2006, at Northwest Medical Center in Tucson, Ariz., after a long period of declining health. Present at her side were her husband, Bob, and son, George. Born and raised on a farm in New Holland, Illinois, she graduated from the University of Illinois in 1938. She taught English and home economics but the call of family soon took her in new directions...
JOANNE B. KELLY (03/07/06)
Joanne B. Kelly, 69, of Brazil, died early Monday at her home. She had been in ill health and was being treated by a local physician. A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she was born on May 24, 1936, the only child of Raymond Schneider and Esther Paganucci Schneider...