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Stories from Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Immortality for less than 14 bucks (05/23/06)
By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com The prices at Eddie's Sandwich Shop are imminently reasonable. A hamburger costs a scant 65 cents. You can make it a double for an extra 20 cents. Cheese on that? No problem-- what's another 10 cents? Yes, Eddie's offers a good burger-- similar in size to what you might find at White Castle, but somehow much, much better-- at an affordable price...
Gas leak leads to evacuation of some Clay City houses (05/23/06)
Andy McCammon photo Clay County Sheriff's Deputies Brison Swearingen (left) and Doug Barr assisted the Clay City Volunteer Fire Department in evacuating a two-block radius during a gas leak near the Abundant Life Worship Center Monday. - Residents in two-block area advised to leave their homes while gas leak was repaired...
Brazil celebrating 50th anniversary of Chafariz Dos Contos Fountain (05/23/06)
Frank Phillips photo Newly planted flowers adorn the Chafariz Dos Contos Fountain at the entrance to Forest Park on S.R. 59. By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com On Friday at 10 a.m., the City of Brazil and the Brazil City Parks and Recreation Board will host a ceremony commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Chafariz Dos Contos Fountain at the entrance of Forest Park on S.R. 59...
It is Safe Boating Week (05/23/06)
Frank Phillips photo On Monday, Mayor Tom Arthur proclaimed May 20-26 Safe Boating Week. Looking on as he reads the proclamation aloud are Richard Modesitt, Ken Hauptli and Don Moon of the Wabash Valley Power Squadron and Indiana Conservation Officer Paul Harden...
Bluegrass Festival coming to Mansfield (05/23/06)
The 7th annual Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival will be June 2-4 at Mansfield. Nationally-known acts include Audie Blaylock & Redline, Troubled Waters and The Lost and Found. Local acts will include Diamond Hill Station, Birch Creek, The Deaton Family, Miller's Wheel and Coon Holler Kids...
Store is 'A link to the Past' (05/23/06)
Andy McCammon photos (Top) Debby Wittenmyer points out one of her favorite items in A Link to the Past Antique Mall: a 19th-century French Sarreguimines "head jug," priced at $250. (Bottom) Wittenmyer also rents space to other antique dealers. One Brazil-area dealer Wittenmyer features in her store specializes in antique toys and other novelties...
Knights get another showdown with defending champions (05/23/06)
Erica Conrad and Kayla Raderstorf (pictured) got Northview out to a 2-0 lead. By STEVE FIELDS For the Brazil Times MOORESVILLE -- The Northview Knights broke the jinx Monday night, defeating the Terre Haute North Patriots for the third time this year 6-1 in the high school girls fast-pitch softball sectional at Mooresville on Monday...
Lakers end Eels season with shutout (05/23/06)
By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com CLAY CITY -- The Shakamak Lakers took the first step towards defending their sectional title by defeating host Clay City 6-0 in the opening round of postseason play on Monday. The Lakers' Heather Gilbert controlled the Clay City offense, holding the Eels to just three hits in the game and striking out eight batters...