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Stories from Monday, July 17, 2006

Saturday wreck leaves no major injuries (07/17/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com There were no major injuries after a motorist drove their car off into a ditch late Saturday evening. Around 9 p.m., a 911 call to dispatchers reported a car had left the roadway and was at the bottom of a ditch in the area of 11400 N. C.R. 350 E...
'Oom-pah!' (07/17/06)
Frank Phillips photo A German band wandered through Forest Park Sunday night, playing music before the Sunday night band concert. The Brazil Concert Band then played a concert of all German music.
Hostettler discusses gambling on podcast (07/17/06)
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...
2006 4-H Fair has a princess! (07/17/06)
Ivy Herron photo The 2006 Clay County 4-H Fair Princess and her royal court were selected at the 4-H Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall Saturday afternoon. Princess Whitney Sampson (center) and members of her court include (from left to right) 3rd runner-up Alyssa Ann Clarke, 2nd runner-up Allison Rae Stearley, Sampson, 1st runner-up Emilie Mae Elizabeth Gottsche and 4th runner-up Bonnie Jane Froderman...
2006 4-H Fair has a queen! (07/17/06)
Ivy Herron photos The 2006 Clay County 4-H Fair Queen and royal court were selected Saturday afternoon at the 4-H Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall. Queen Larissa Anne Staley (center) and members of her court include (from left to right) 4th runner-up Tawnee Lee Hayden, 3rd runner-up Jackie Nichole Sands, (Staley,) 1st runner-up Brittany Renee Jones and 2nd runner-up Ashley Renae Clarke...
He's 'Col. Huber' now (07/17/06)
Frank Phillips photo Brazil Concert Band Director Matt Huber was asked to don a white goatee and black string tie Sunday night. He was surprised when his friend, Ed Ballenger, presented him with a certificate signed by the governor of Kentucky proclaiming Huber an official "Kentucky Colonel." The organization, which includes many celebrities, is a fraternal group...
Brazil police chief happy with new fireworks law (07/17/06)
By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com A lenient new law regulating the use of fireworks has riled officials in some Indiana towns, but according to Brazil's police chief, it's a change for the better. Chief Mark Loudermilk said the newly-relaxed law prompted a decrease in fireworks-related police calls this summer, saving time and money for his department...
Murdered woman's family trying to cope (07/17/06)
Tanette Dickison By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Tanette "Toni" Dickison's family members have experienced overwhelming grief, anger, frustration and doubts since her November 2004 murder. According to Toni's aunts, Nan, Bobbi and Virgie Dickison, the normally close-knit family has splintered apart...
Waiting for the price hike that hasn't come -- yet (07/17/06)
Frank Phillips photo The Kroger gas pumps on National Avenue were busy Friday night after Israel and Hezbollah began bombing each other, raising fears of increased gasoline prices. The posted price was $2.99 but pumps were still set to sell at $2.89 when this photo was taken. Instead of gas prices going up over the weekend, they stayed level or even fell a small amount in Brazil...
THMSA Knights now 14-2 (07/17/06)
Photo submitted by Sherry Lewis The THMSA Knights received runner-up out of 15 teams in the Decatur Township Girls Softball Invitational Tournament in Decatur, Ind.,July 7-9. That brings the Knights to 14-2 First row - Nikki Matson, Faith Wells, Lauren Atkinson, Zoe Kidwell and Tori Tilley...
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Jan M. Trimble (07/17/06)
JAN M. TRIMBLE Jan M. Trimble, 40, of Clay City, formerly of Indianapolis and Cincinnati, passed away July 15, 2006, in the emergency room of St. Vincent Clay Hospital due to complications from cancer. She was born Jan. 24, 1966, in Cincinnati, the daughter of Arne Erickson and Carol Schurter Erickson. ...
Rita Burris (07/17/06)
RITA BURRIS Rita Burris, 60, of Terre Haute, died 6:34 p.m. Saturday, July 15, 2006, at Union Hospital. She was born July 25, 1945, in Seattle, Wash., as the daughter of John and Rose Smith. She was a full blooded Cree Indian. Following school she married Norman Gene Burris who has preceded her in death...
James Dyer Woodworth Jr. (07/17/06)
James Dyer Woodworth Jr., 70, of Seymour, Ind., passed away July 15, 2006. He was born Sept. 5, 1935, in Veedersburg, Ind., to the late James Dyer Woodworth Sr. and the late Rosa Mildred Ferguson Woodworth. Jim was a graduate of New Palestine High School where he ran track, cross country, was a Boy Scout, and served in the Civil Air Patrol. ...