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Stories from Wednesday, May 24, 2006

How does your garden grow? (05/24/06)
Members of the Staunton United Methodist Church youth group decided to plant a garden on the church's property. Products from the garden will be donated to the church's food pantry. Items planted include tomatoes, green peppers, squash and flowers. ...
Forest Park pool hours announced (05/24/06)
The tentative opening date for the Forest Park Pool will be June 1. The actual opening date will depend on the water temperature and the weather. Pool hours will be noon to 5 p.m. daily. The prices this year will be: daily admission, 0-4 years old, free; 5 to 12 years old, $2.25 and 13 years and up, $2.75...
Program offers help with Alzheimer's Disease (05/24/06)
The program, "Alz-heimer's Disease: Beginning to Cope," will be offered at 5 p.m., June 29th at St. Vincent Clay Hospital, 1206 E. National Ave., in Brazil. This free program offers a comprehensive overview of Alzheimer's disease. Medical information will be presented by Dr. Steven McDonald from the Harold McDonald Alzheimer's Care Center in Terre Haute...
Walgreens gets green light for alley vacation request (05/24/06)
Representatives of Walgreens developer Peacock Lambert, LLC appeared at Tuesday's city council session to answer public concerns over an ordinance meant to facilitate the construction of a Walgreens store in Brazil. The Common Council of the City of Brazil voted 3-0 to approve Ordinance 16-2006 on its second reading, allowing the retailer to absorb part of a public alley into the parking lot of a new store at National Avenue and Lambert Street. ...
After months of consideration, parking ordinance passes first reading by council (05/24/06)
The Common Council of the City of Brazil has been considering Ordinance 15-2006, a measure that would restrict the parking of large vehicles on city streets, for nearly two months now. The ordinance has been discussed, revised, tabled and even vetoed (in an earlier incarnation as Ordinance 6-2006) in a debate that has stretched over several council sessions. ...
Clay City and Northview victorious (05/24/06)
The Northview baseball team wasted little time in putting away a 12-2 win against Greencastle on Tuesday evening. The Knights drilled the Tiger Cubs for nine runs in the first inning to cruise to their 21st win of the season against just three losses...
Artesians march past Knights to sectional title game (05/24/06)
Carey Fox photos (Top) Kayla Glassburn fires to first base against Martinsville. (Bottom) Northview's Stephanie Jonson fires a pitch during sectional action on Tuesday. MOORESVILLE -- The Martinsville Artesians played exactly like the defending state champions that they are on Tuesday night. Unfortunately for Northview fans, it came against the Knights who had beaten Martinsville earlier this year...
DEBRA MORSE (05/24/06)
Debra Morse, 53, of Center Point, passed away at 12:15 p.m. on May 23, 2006, at her home following an extended illness. Born Nov. 29, 1952, in Chillicothe, Ohio, she was the daughter of Joseph and Betty (Ater) Madru. On Oct. 22, 1972, she married Larry Morse. ...
H. ELDEN 'PEE WEE' LOWDERMILK (05/24/06)
H. Elden "Pee Wee" Lowdermilk, 81, of Brazil, passed away May 23, 2006, at Holly Hills Healthcare Facility. He was born July 5, 1924, in Center Point the son of Hervey Lowdermilk and Arlona Cooprider Lowdermilk. He attended school in Ashboro and then joined the U.S. ...
MILDRED M. BARBIN (05/24/06)
Mildred M. Barbin, 85 of Brazil, passed away May 22, 2006 at 3:22 p.m. in the emergency room at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born July 15, 1920 in Columbus, Indiana, the daughter of Walter Snyder and Clara Scheidt Snyder. She graduated from Columbus High School and then attended Indiana Business College in Columbus. ...