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Stories from Thursday, March 30, 2006

In his own words (03/30/06)
Deputy seeking Sheriff's office 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...
Pole is museum relic, fire chief says (03/30/06)
Ivy Herron photo Brazil Fire Chief Tobey Archer and Assistant Chief Jake Bennett visit with Clay County Historical Society Board President Larry Harrison and Board Member Ed Modesitt to see the new Brazil City Fire Department display at the museum featuring the brass slide-down fire pole and other items from the department...
Gaming commissioner addresses Chamber of Commerce (03/30/06)
Former Clay Circuit Court Judge Ernest Yelton (right) appeared at the March meeting of the Clay County Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. The Brazil resident greeted old friends and reflected on his first year as the executive director of the Indiana Gaming Commission...
Clay City softball works on finding their groove (03/30/06)
Andy McCammon photos Top photo: Clay City junior Chelsee Gerber fires to a teammate during an indoor practice last week. Bottom photo: Clay City's Kylee Knox works on throwing drills during practice for the upcoming softball season. A week ago, Clay City softball Coach Roger Rhodes hadn't named a starting pitcher for the Lady Eels' April 6 opener at North Knox. Or the game after that. Or the next one...
Northview players and coaches host free youth clinic at high school (03/30/06)
Top photo: Travis Beil and (right) Ethan Whitson work on their pitching deliveries with Northview senior Nick Wells. Bottom photo: Kendrick McKee runs the bases during Northview's free youth clinic at the high school.
DONALD JAMES EYSTER (03/30/06)
Donald James Eyster, 83, of Brazil passed away March 29, 2006. He was born June 9, 1922, to James Peter and Ruth Reade Eyster of Indianapolis. He graduated from Wiley High School in Terre Haute in 1941 and enlisted in the Army Air Force, October, 1942, where he served as a radar technician assigned to the 73rd Bomb Wing, 477th Bomb Group based in Saipan. ...