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Stories from Tuesday, April 4, 2006

Getting back to normal: Storm damage being evaluated and repaired (04/04/06)
Edie Campe photo The Sunday night storm caused this grain storage building to roll off its brick foundation at 11379 N. Kennedy's Crossing. The property, owned by Timothy and Madge Weaver, also sustained damage to a cedar tree in front of the building. ...
All power expected to be restored by tonight (04/04/06)
By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com As of this morning, power had been restored to all Duke Energy customers in Brazil and Clinton in the wake of the Sunday storm that ravaged power lines and homes, businesses and other structures across the state. West Terre Haute had 37 outages this morning, but those are expected to be back on by this evening...
Brazil resident gets hail photos (04/04/06)
Mark Buckingham of Brazil took pictures during Friday's hail storm.
County Commissioners: Meetings may rotate from place to place (04/04/06)
By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com The Clay County Board of Commissioners may soon be taking their show on the road. Commissioner Daryl Andrews' suggestion to hold meetings in some of the small communities dotting southern Clay County gained momentum at Monday's commissioners meeting, but several county officials raised logistical questions that could delay the board's travel plans...
(04/04/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com Although schools in Clay County weren't affected, many schools in the Wabash valley opened after a two-hour delay Monday, due to the Sunday night storm. Ivy Tech Community College -- Wabash Valley Region fared worse than the elementary and secondary schools in the area. For the second time in six weeks, the airport at Terre Haute, where Ivy Tech classes are conducted, was damaged by high winds...
Ivy Tech classes moved out of airport facility (04/04/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com Although schools in Clay County weren't affected, many schools in the Wabash valley opened after a two-hour delay Monday, due to the Sunday night storm. Ivy Tech Community College -- Wabash Valley Region fared worse than the elementary and secondary schools in the area. For the second time in six weeks, the airport at Terre Haute, where Ivy Tech classes are conducted, was damaged by high winds...
Big week at the collegiate level for Clay County prep grads (04/04/06)
Photo: T. J. King By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com Former Northview standout Ryan Hayes led the Indiana State Sycamores to their second straight win over Illinois State on Saturday, 9-1. Hayes, won this third decision against no losses, allowing just one earned run over eight innings. The junior lefthander gave up only five hits and struckout three Cardinal batters...
CHARLENE J. VANZO (04/04/06)
Charlene J. Vanzo, 62, of Rosedale passed away April 2, 2006, in the emergency room of St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born August 12, 1943, in Greencastle, the daughter of Harold Parker and Florence Evelyn Bennett Parker. She attended Van Buren High School, and then graduated from Brazil High School. September 30, 1973, she married Thomas Vanzo Jr. She worked at Riddell National Bank from 1970-2000. She enjoyed her years at the bank and retired in 2000 due to a decline in her health...