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Stories from Friday, June 2, 2006

Times employee $100 richer (06/02/06)
Karen Barnhart, circulation clerk at The Brazil Times listens to HI-99 each day waiting for Frank Rush and his crew to check in on her and see if she is listening. All of her patience paid off Wednesday afternoon, literally, in the form of a one hundred dollar bill tucked inside a small cedar chest...
Placing flags for veterans (06/02/06)
American Legion Post 2 Commander Wayne Wright places flags on veterans' graves for the Memorial Day holiday. If a deceased veteran has been missed, the American Legion sincerely apologizes. The commander thanks everyone who helped make placing the flags possible. ...
'Friends of Dave Parr' helping friend in need (06/02/06)
Ivy Herron photo The committee members of the "Friends of Dave Parr" met Wednesday at the Alabama Bar & Grill for a working lunch to finalize details about the upcoming golf scramble to raise money for Commissioner Parr's medical costs. The event is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. at the Oak Ridge Golf Course on June 17. Attending were Robert Pell, Mary Alumbaugh, Larry Wyndham, Brian Wyndham, Charlie Brown, Diane Lancaster and Blaine Akers...
Local deli first business in six states to get hand-painted mural (06/02/06)
Chaney's Deli in Harmony is the first business along U. S. 40 to receive a mural that was hand-painted by Clay County resident Ron Glasscock commemorating the bicentennial of the National Road. Standing around the first mural completed is from left to right: Brook Williams, Debbie Searcy, Teresa Chaney, owner of the deli; Jim Hicks, past president of the Clay County Historical Society; Joe Jarzen, executive director of the Indiana National Road Association; Ken Turner, member of the Clay County Historical Society; Brianna Maher, Logan Chaney and Linda Chaney.. ...
Traffic slowed after Thursday accident (06/02/06)
Top: Captain Andy Whittington of the Brazil Police Department and a Poor Boys towing employee inspect the damage to one of the vehicles involved in a three-car accident Thursday. Bottom: Brazil Police Patrolman Clint McQueen directs traffic away from National Avenue following the accident...
Roberts ends Knights' season prematurely (06/02/06)
Carey Fox photos Top: Northview infielders and Assistant coach Scott MacDonald take a timeout to talk over the situation during the early innings of Thursday's sectional semifinal against Mooresville. Bottom: (Right) Catcher Keaton Robertson congratulates pitcher Sean Brackney (left) after getting out of an early jam...
Kathryn B. Littrell (06/02/06)
Kathryn B. Littrell, 80, of Greencastle, Indiana, passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2006 at Hickory Creek at Sunset. She was born Sept. 22, 1925 in Knightsville, the daughter of George T. and Elizabeth Hedge Brown. She was a cook for Delta Chi Fraternity for 27 years retiring in 1984. She was a member of the Greencastle Moose Lodge...