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Stories from Friday, March 10, 2006

Rewarding participation (03/10/06)
Sixteen Clay City and Northview high school junior and senior first-year Building Trades students received jackets Thursday to commemorate their work in the program. In their jackets, students from the 2005-06 program gathered for a picture, from left to right: (front row) Instructor Dan Dragon, Kenny Foxx, Tyler Sinders, David Hayes, Zach Godsey, Daniel Curtis, Michael Myers, Dan Mitten, Justin Corona, Adam Raines, John Williams and Tony Holmes; (back row) Scott Conklin, Matt Deakins, Phillip Gordon, Jacob Brown, Tim Holmes, Brian Metz, Josh Holt, Joe Burk, Bill Wells, Ben Witt, Austin Nicosin and Assistant Instructor Rod Clarke. ...
Last week's Color Guard scorings (03/10/06)
Last Saturday, Northview High School hosted the Indiana High School Color Guard Association's 2006 Winter Guard Contest. Triton Central won the overall Class B title with a score of 69.6. Indian Creek placed second with a 69.1 while Crawford County was third at 60.5, followed by Greencastle's finish with a score of 56.9 and Beech Grove with a 54.5. North Putnam and Cloverdale also competed in the contest...
Helping students feel safer at school (03/10/06)
When a student doesn't feel safe at school because of bullying and harassment, it affects everything else happening in that student's life. Taking these issues seriously, student council members at Northview High School are looking to community leaders for words of wisdom and support of BAH (Bullying and Harassment) Week, March 20 - 24...
Citywide crime under watchful eyes (03/10/06)
Check Monday's edition of The Brazil Times for the Crime Watch Map. This map will be used to highlight complaints of criminal activity the Brazil City Police Department responds to during the prior week. - Police and paper working together to create Crime Watch Map...
Another storm, more flooding (03/10/06)
Top and bottom -- Frequent rain over the past few days-- coupled with poor drainage in certain areas-- has left parts of Brazil submerged in standing water. The mailbox of the residence at 1121 N. McGuire St., the residence of Everett Fulk was surrounded Friday morning by a several inches of water. At the intersection of N. McGuire and Hendrix streets, rain had spilled over from the ditch Thursday and inundated the road...
First week of March busy one for drug arrests (03/10/06)
Six drug related arrests involving warrants, foot pursuits, undercover investigations, domestic disputes and traffic stops have kept local law enforcement agencies busy the first week of March. "A lot of crime revolves around drugs," Brazil City Police Chief Mark Loudermilk said Wednesday morning. "We always have drug arrests."...
Orville Redenbacher, Brazil to be featured on Food Network (03/10/06)
It's hard to imagine good news these days but when it comes, it pours out like salt on hot-buttered popcorn-- on Orville Redenbacher's gourmet popcorn that is! "It seems like we are getting all kinds of good news involving the Redenbacher Popcorn Festival," said Janice Cox, festival vice-president, when she was told about more good news. ...
North Clay seventh grade caps season with split with Tiger Cubs (03/10/06)
Carey Fox photo North Clay seventh grader Nicole Nelson looks to make a pass along the baseline to a teammate against Greencastle on Thursday night. In their season finale, the North Clay seventh grade basketball team split a pair of thrilling contests against visiting Greencastle on Thursday evening...
Eighth grade ends year with wins (03/10/06)
The North Clay eighth-grade Lady Knights finished their season with a bang Thursday, recovering from a futile first-half performance to hand the Greencastle Tiger Cubs a 34-15 loss. Frequent turnovers marked a rough first-half for both teams, with the Knights clinging to a 7-6 lead at the half. The Tiger Cubs kept pace with a struggling North Clay offense until a three-pointer by Ali Sharton gave the Knights the lead with 1:15 to play in the third, igniting a game-ending, 21-2 North Clay run...
Northview athletes, coaches (03/10/06)
Submitted photo Northview's girls basketball team received several honors this week as (from l-r) Bob Medworth was named the Coach of the Year, Spring Raines, Julie Whitted and Lexee Hayes were on the All-WIC team along with Assistant coach Jon Crooks...
CLARA 'DUCKY' NELSON (03/10/06)
Clara "Ducky" Nelson, 65, of Jackson Township, died at 6 a.m. Thursday, March 9, 2006, at her residence. She was born January 13, 1941, in Brazil as the daughter of John William and Viola Summers Stedman. She attended Brazil High School. Following high school she married Robert Nelson. ...
ARLINE W. ANDERSON (03/10/06)
Arline W. Anderson, 88, of Brazil, died at Clay County Health Center at 6:20 p.m. March 7, 2006. She was born in Staunton, IN May 10, 1917 to Ernest O. and Ruth E. (Tiefel) Wedel. Mrs. Anderson was a Brazil High School graduate and worked as a stenographer and typist at Detroit Diesel in the Allison Division in Indianapolis. ...
DOROTHY V. MORLAN (03/10/06)
Dorothy V. Morlan, age 86 of Brazil, died at 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 7, 2006, at Clay Health Center. She was born November 5, 1919, in Brazil, Indiana, as the daughter of Irvon and Elsie Antis Rader. She was a 1937 graduated from Brazil High School. She married Everett Morlan July 17, 1937, in Terre Haute. He preceded her in death in 1989. She attended Epworth United Methodist Church...
BARBARA J. MEDDLES (03/10/06)
Barbara J. Meddles, 63, died March 8, 2006, at St. Vincent Hospital of Indianapolis. Born March 15, 1942, in Terre Haute, IN, she was the daughter of Lester Flint and Geraldine Martin Flint. She was a homemaker, member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, former executive with the Girl Scouts, Camp director at NaWaKwa, active in church youth programs and Women's Relief Society. ...
Maurice Kibbe Snell (03/10/06)
Maurice Kibbe Snell, 90, of Terre Haute and formerly of Brazil, IN died Thursday afternoon March 9, 2006 in Southwood Health Center. He was born March 15, 1915 in Harmony, IN to Ernest C. Snell and Sally Ann McIntyre Snell. He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife Dorothy E. Orth Snell, who died in March of 1974, and one brother George Snell...