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Stories from Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Marion Co. prosecutor drops investigation of Thomas (03/15/06)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Marion County prosecutor has cleared the state's inspector general of an allegation that he had tried to dissuade a Democrat from running for Clay County sheriff with the promise of a state appointment. Prosecutor Carl Brizzi issued a report Tuesday saying that the Democrat, Steve Bell, had told investigators that Inspector General David Thomas had never offered him a job on the Indiana Parole Board...
Crash stops short of building (03/15/06)
Edie Campe photo Mobitess Jackson was driving west on U.S. 40 when her vehicle left the road and stuck a pole before crashing into Clifford and Gladys Gentry's truck that was parked at H & R Block on Tuesday. Inside, customers could hear the truck hit the building...
Fischer arrested on two felony charges (03/15/06)
A March 10 tip to the Clay County Sheriff's Department led to the investigation and arrest of a rural Clay County man on Class C Felony charges of child exploitation and possession of child pornography. Sheriff Mike Heaton said certain details will be withheld at this time to protect the unidentified juveniles involved in the case...
City Council (03/15/06)
Highlights of Tuesday's meeting of the Common Council of the City of Brazil included: -Mayor Tom Arthur presented the final draft of a revised animal control ordinance (12-2006) . The council will hear the first reading of the measure after a public hearing scheduled to precede the March 28 council session...
'Major Moves' passes Legislature (03/15/06)
Late Tuesday night, Gov. Mitch Daniels sent the following letter to state legislators who supported his Major Moves proposal. The bill passed Tuesday night. The House passed the measure 51-48 and the Senate approved the bill 31-19. "Dear [legislative supporter of Major Moves]," the letter said...
Clay Community Schools board (03/15/06)
A public hearing on the annual school performance report and an update about bargaining with the Clay County Classroom Teachers' Association top the agenda for Thursday's 7:30 p.m. public meeting of the Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees. Other agenda items include:...
Knights compete in Greencastle Invitational (03/15/06)
Top photo: In the 1,600 meters, Northview's Jennifer Jeffers (#551) and Allie True (#564) run ahead of Greencastle's Katie Trigg during the Greencastle Invitational on Tuesday. Jeffers finished 11th and True was 10th in the event. Bottom left: Brittney Spugnardi runs her leg of the 4X800 relay as Northview finished in sixth place during the event...
PENNY A. COREY (03/15/06)
Penny A. Corey, 57, of Crawfordsville, IN passed away Sunday evening at St. Vincent Hospice in Indianapolis. Born July 11, 1948 at Reelsville, she was the daughter of James Edward Mathews & Olive Juanita (Young) Mathews. She was an office manager for Foreign Free Trade Zone in Indianapolis. She was a member of The Nazarene Church and a graduate from Reelsville High School and Indiana University...
ROBERT W. RENFRO (03/15/06)
Robert W. Renfro, 82, of Brazil, passed away March 14, 2006 at 5:56 a.m. at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born April 10, 1923, in Brazil to Joseph and Josephine (Snell) Renfro. He graduated from Brazil High School and enlisted in the Army Air Force. He married Rosemary Schimmel of Terre Haute, December 24, 1942, she passed away in 2005. Bob was a barber in Brazil for many years as well as a member of the Knightsville Masonic Lodge and was a member of the Trinity Baptist Church in Brazil...