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Stories from Monday, June 26, 2006

Colts make it personal (06/26/06)
The Indianapolis Colts hosts a "Make It Personal" public relations tour each year to get communities throughout Indiana excited about the upcoming Colts season. This year the tour will include a stop in Brazil. The "Make It Personal" Tour will be at the St. Vincent Clay Hospital on Monday, July 17th, 5-7 p.m...
Deputies investigate auto crash that happened Saturday (06/26/06)
Brazil City Firefighters Shane Zurcher (left) and Capt. Roy Keller inspect an overturned Chevrolet Cavalier in a field near the intersection of N. Meridian St. and C.R. 200 W Saturday. The female occupant of the vehicle was transported from the scene by ambulance, Zurcher said...
Farmers' Market a success, Means says (06/26/06)
Andy McCammon photo Patty Lee, a vendor at the inaugural Brazil Farmers Market Saturday, enjoys some self-made shade. Lee said her produce, particularly the not-so-common white radishes her husband cultivates, sold briskly. City Plan Administrator Brandy Means hopes to expand the just-launched Brazil Farmers' Market, a qualified success in its inaugural run Saturday...
Barbecue coming to Brazil (06/26/06)
Ivy Herron photo Painter brightens downtown Brazil storefront Sunday morning. - Owners say only question is, 'When?' Barbecue connoisseurs Rick and Kathy Bell are working overtime in preparation for the opening of a new barbecue restaurant in the area within the new few weeks. There are two names for the new eatery which will be at 111 E. National Ave., but there has been some slight confusion about when it would open...
Estate tax-relief subject of podcast (06/26/06)
WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman John Hostettler (IN-08) has released this week's regular Pod-Report from Washington. This short, broadcast-quality podcast gives constituents the opportunity to hear from the Congressman concerning an important issue or piece of legislation that has come before the U.S. House of Representatives...
Knights lead North to All-Star victory (06/26/06)
Andy McCammon photo Jamie Bays (top) is lifted by North and former Northview teammate Neil Vanatti after Bays scored his fourth touchdown of the game. With a record-shattering performance in Saturday's Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star Game, Northview graduate Jamie Bays surprised just about everyone...
Northview football grads part of an All-Star party (06/26/06)
Andy McCammon photo Northview graduates (from left) Devon Chamberlain, Neil Vanatti, Dean Netzler and Jamie Bays will represent the Knights in this year's All-Wabash Valley All-Star game. - Knights playing in Wabash Valley All-Star game tonight As head coach of the North Division Wabash Valley All-Star football team, Riverton Parke's Hank Lopez offers a glowing assessment of the four graduating Northview seniors participating in this year's All-Star game...
FREED SHONK (06/26/06)
Freed Shonk, 90, of Clay City, passed away Saturday, June 24, 2006, in Holly Hills Healthcare Center. He was born Jan. 8, 1916, in Clay County to John and Emmay Croft Shonk. He was a member of the Good Hope Baptist Church and was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hunting, fishing, trapping and hunting ginseng...