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Stories from Monday, April 3, 2006

Storms tear through the valley (04/03/06)
Ivy Herron photos Top -- a barn at 7415. N. C.R. 200 E. was blown over during high winds Sunday night. Bottom -- a walnut tree fell on Jane Mercer's home, 120 E. Church St. The tree fell through a back bedroom. - Nearly 120,000 electric customers left without power in central Indiana...
City of Brazil trash pickup running one day late (04/03/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com Trash pick-up by the City of Brazil will not be picked up today due to the city's garbage truck breaking down, said spokesperson Debbie Hobson. She hopes to find a backup truck before Tuesday.
Friday rainbow comes out during hail storm (04/03/06)
Left -- The arrival of a storm Friday evening brought with it a strange combination of weather for Clay County residents. After strong wind and heavy rain a rainbow was seen during a hail storm at the corner of C.R. 1200 N. and C.R. 350 E. The rainbow grew more brilliant in color as hail continued to fall and the sun came out...
Big season on slate at Lincoln Park Speedway (04/03/06)
Carey Fox photo Danny Pollock, shown at the Lincoln Park Speedway Spring Preview on Saturday, will pilot his #24 sprint at LPS this season. - LPS will host 'The King' on Sept. 26 Lincoln Park Speedway begins their 38th consecutive year of operation on Saturday afternoon as the gates open for open practice for all classes at 3 p.m...
Inman wins Indiana Field Archery State Tourney (04/03/06)
Submitted photo Inman is shown with his first place trophy after placing first in the Indiana Field Archery State Tourney. Ridge Inman recently took home the first place trophy at the Indiana Field Archery Association State Tourney. He shot a score of 600/105 out of a possible 600/120...
PAUL T. COX SR. (04/03/06)
Paul T. Cox, Sr, 81 of Brazil passed away April 1, 2006, at 6:55 a.m. at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born Sept. 26, 1924, in Knightsville, the son of Roy Cox and Carrie Riley Cox. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. On April 18, 1948, he married Mary Ruth Johnson Cox, she survives. ...
WANETTA L. SEFTON (04/03/06)
Wanetta L. Sefton, 84, of Louisville, Kentucky, formerly of Indianapolis, died Saturday April 1, 2006, in Baptist Hospital East. She was a retired Marion Co. court recorder in Indianapolis and a native of Clay County, Indiana. She was a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority in Indianapolis. ...