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Stories from Friday, May 5, 2006

Review: Show teaches Brazil history (05/05/06)
It just makes you darn proud to be part of Brazil. That's the only way to describe "Then and Now," the musical revue that is onstage at the Lark Theatre. The last show is tonight (Saturday). Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30. There is a limited amount of tickets available at $20 each...
Take a run through the jungle (05/05/06)
Photo from Web site www.junglerun5k.com A runner passes by a cage of tigers during last year's Run Through The Jungle 5K. Run as fast as you can to steer clear of the lions, tigers and pumas. Big cats will be watching your every move as you dart beside, around and between them (in their cages) at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center...
Slight changes made to annual shot clinic (05/05/06)
The are a few changes in this year's Clay County Humane Shelter's Vaccination Clinic. First, it will be held at the Forest Park Pavilion; and second, the price per shot has gone up slightly. "Due to new government restrictions about use of the Brazil National Guard Armory, we would not be allowed access to the inside of the building and would have to hold the clinic outside," Board President Bill Bell said...
Thursday morning accident spares three lives, damages lawn mower (05/05/06)
Ivy Herron photo Brazil City Police Captain Andy Whittington discusses the accident scene with Brazil Fire Chief Tobey Archer Thursday morning. No one was injured in the three-vehicle accident at the intersection of S.R. 340 and N. C.R. 200 W. Around 8:20 a.m. Thursday, a 911 call reported a three-vehicle accident at the intersection of S.R. 340 and N. C.R. 200 W...
How to show proper respect for our flag (05/05/06)
Every Loyalty Day Parade has had many U.S. flags on display during the event, but do you know what is considered respectful etiquette when a flag passes by during a parade? There was a time when everyone took their hats off, saluted, covered their hearts or stood proudly as "Old Glory" passed by in review at parades, but now fewer and fewer people recognize and follow these respectful traditions, said Les Walden, Clay County Veteran Service Officer...
Saturday is Loyalty Day (05/05/06)
File photo Hundreds of people lined the street and participated in the 2002 Loyalty Day Parade in Brazil. "With all the veterans who have served their country in the military forces over the years, there are still some who have never been recognized or thanked for their service," Clay County Veteran Service Officer Les Walden said Thursday morning. He helped organize the 2006 Loyalty Day activities planned for this Saturday...
Hospital wants everyone to have health insurance (05/05/06)
The statistics are startling. More than 825,000 Hoosiers are currently uninsured, including 137,289 children. For many, being uninsured often times results in minor illnesses becoming major due to the delay in care. Additionally, many small businesses can no longer provide coverage for their employees due to the rising costs of insurance premiums...
North Clay tunes up for WIC with victories (05/05/06)
Carey Fox photo Top photo: (Left) Margit Bloesing-Anderson was third in the 100 meters on Thursday and Emily Phillips (right) was a member of the winning 1,600 relay. team. Submitted photo The Indiana State Univeristy Cheer Team won the championship at the national competition in Daytona, FL on April 7. ...
Knights tennis sweeps WIC opponent (05/05/06)
Northview's singles competitors lost just two points against host West Vigo on Thursday night on the way to a 5-0 match victory. At No. 1 singles, Heather Palmer went 6-0, 6-0 over Courtney Biberstine and both Madason Stevenson and Sarah Cox each were 6-1, 6-0 victors in singles play...
Late explosion by top-ranked Cougars finish off Clay City (05/05/06)
Andy McCammon photo Clay City's Kendra Roe slaps a two-out double to right in the fourth inning of the Eels' Thursday meeting with North Daviess. Roe would record two of Clay City's six total hits. - Clay City baseball holds off Bulldogs For the first six innings of their showdown with the best 1A softball team in the state Thursday, the Clay City Lady Eels proved they can hold their own against anybody...
Knights hand Wildcats first loss (05/05/06)
File photo Austin Akers shot a round of 39 for the Knights in Thursday's victory. The Northview golf team handed WIC foe South Vermillion their first dual match loss of the season on Thursday evening, shooting a 149 to the Wildcats' 154. The Knights got a round of 36 from Matt Williams, the top score on the team for the nine hole match at Forest Park...
Knights squeeze out final inning victory (05/05/06)
(Top) Sky Singleton follows a Stephanie Jonson triple with a single. . . (Middle) . . .to bring home Jonson with the winning run. . . (Bottom) . . .and a 1-0 win for the Knights Coming off an important conference victory over West Vigo on Wednesday night and looking at a pair of games against rival Terre Haute North and South on Saturday, it might have been easy for Northview to overlook visiting Bloomington North...
MARY S. ROGERS (05/05/06)
Mary S. Rogers, 90, of Holly Hill Healthcare, formerly of Spencer, died at 7:35 a.m. on Friday, May 5, 2006. Born on August 28,1915, in Des Moines, Iowa, she was the daughter of Orville and Minnie Burger. Mary had been a caretaker for many years. She enjoyed gardening, taking care of her flowers and cooking...
JOHN 'JACK' PATRICK TEICHEN (05/05/06)
John "Jack" Patrick Teiken, age 77 of Brazil, died Wednesday, May 3, 2006, at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Indianapolis. He was born March 17, 1929, in Ogema, Minnesota, as the son of Herman and Margaret Jasken Teiken. He joined the U.S. Army and served as a radio operator during the Korean War until his discharge May 31, 1953...