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Stories from Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Coal City man leads police on two-county, high speed chase (03/29/06)
A Coal City man led law enforcement officers on a 45-minute high-speed chase through rural Clay and Owen counties Saturday evening. Around 9:45 p.m., Clay City Police Chief Terry Skaggs and Det. Terry Silvers attempted to pull over a 2004 Chevy pick-up truck for a traffic violation at the intersection of Nye and 6th streets, just south of Goshorn Park...
In his own words (03/29/06)
- Barnhart is candidate for County Assessor Editor's note: All candidates seeking office in Clay County are invited to submit their campaign announcements, to be published in The Brazil Times in their own words. These announcements will be published in the order received through April 25, one week before the May 2 primary and school board election...
Fighting cancer with hope (03/29/06)
Tanine Mullinix and Rachel Fagg show their support of the American Cancer Society's fight against cancer by signing the Wall of HOPE banner at a recent Relay For Life Committee Meeting at Riddell National Bank. The banner will be on display at various locations around the county for people to sign before being placed on display in September at the Celebration on the Hill 2006 in Washington D.C. ...
City Council (03/29/06)
Mayor Tom Arthur's veto of an ordinance restricting the parking of semi-trailers in Brazil held up Tuesday, as city council members declined to call for a vote to override the mayor's decision. Arthur issued the veto March 17, citing language in Ordinance 6-2006 that threatened to "(affect) a lot more trailers than were initially proposed," he said. The council's continuing discussion of the proposed ordinance-- which passed March 14 by a 3-1 vote -- will continue, Arthur said...
Inspection fees increasing, building permits unchanged (03/29/06)
Brazil residents with designs on home remodeling or new construction will now pay up to 20 percent more on inspection fees. The March 28 session of the Brazil City Council saw the passage of Ordinance 10-2006, an amendment to Chapter 150 of Title IX of the Brazil Code that will raise the prices of inspection fees in the city for the first time since 1979. Building permit costs will remain stable under the new ordinance...