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Stories from Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Real Colts fans (07/18/06)
Superfans Michael Hopson (left) and Jake Berry, both of Indianapolis, made the trip to Brazil for the Colts' Make It Personal event Monday at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Asked if their elaborate outfits were causing them problems in the steamy weather, Hopson chuckled...
Looking around (07/18/06)
Clay Community Schools Corp. Business Manager Randy Burns and new school superintendent Dr. Dan Schroeder stopped by the LEAAP Center last week for a tour of the facility by Director Mary Yelton.
More than 1,000 hang out with Colts players, cheerleaders Monday (07/18/06)
Andy McCammon photos Top: Fans tour the traveling "Colts In Motion" exhibit during the "Make It Personal" tour stop in Brazil Monday. Bottom: Colts defensive end Robert Mathis dons an over-sized helmet before signing it for a fan. The event marked his third "Make It Personal" appearance of the year...
Preschool offers new options (07/18/06)
Parents with special needs children have a new option for preschool and extended care. Steps for Success is a year-round, not-for-profit developmental preschool that focuses on teaching each student based on his or her needs. Valerie McElheny, of rural Rockville, Kristi Cundiff and Pam Burns, both of Brazil, decided to open the private preschool June 12, after realizing there was a need for a facility that could handle and care for children with special needs...
Gov. Daniels comes to Brazil (07/18/06)
Gov. Mitch Daniels stopped in Brazil Tuesday morning to meet with staff members of The Brazil Times, the Greencastle BannerGraphic and The Daily World of Linton. Pictured are reporter Halea Franklin of The Daily World, Jason Moon, assistant editor of the BannerGraphic, Gov. Daniels and Frank Phillips, editor of The Brazil Times...
State Rep. Andy Thomas bows out of race (07/18/06)
By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com Brazil Republican Andy Thomas has withdrawn his bid for re-election to the District 44 seat in the Indiana House of Representatives, the Associated Press reported Monday. Citing his desire to spend more time with his family and pursue teaching at Ivy Tech Community College, Greencastle, Thomas bowed out of the race before a 12 p.m. ...
Colts 'Make It Personal' tour stops at Brazil hospital (07/18/06)
Tyler Boswell, 14, of Carbon collects a small windfall of free memorabilia at St. Vincent Clay Hospital on Monday.
Judith K. Black (07/18/06)
Judith K. Black, 65, of Jasonville, Ind., died at 7:25 p.m., Sunday, July 16, 2006, at her residence. She was born Jan. 11, 1941, in Coalmont, Ind., she was the daughter of Oscar Thomas Black Sr. and Naomi M. Crosby Black. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother, Oscar Thomas Black Jr...
Robert L. Wedel (07/18/06)
Robert L. Wedel, 78, of Brazil, died at 11:30 a.m., July 15, 2006 at Seton Specialty Hospital in Carmel, Indiana. Born Jan. 13, 1928 in Staunton, Ind., he was the son of Ernest O. and Ruth Tiefel Wedel. He was a 1945 graduate of Brazil High School.After serving in the U.S. Army, he worked for Western Electric and then AT&T until retiring and settling down in Florida. An avid sports fan, he loved golf and Indiana University basketball...
JIMMY RAY JOHNSON (07/18/06)
Jimmy Ray Johnson, 58, died on Friday, July 14, 2006, at the Regency Place. Mr. Johnson was born in Brazil on Dec. 24, 1947, to the late John Johnson, Sr. and Hyla Grindle. He resided in Brazil most of his life, and lived in Lafayette for the past two years...
ROBERT M. WOLF (07/18/06)
Robert M. Wolf, 92 of Greencastle, formerly of Clay City, passed away July 16, 2006, at 2:50 p.m. at Hickory Creek at Sunset. He was born Sept. 28, 1913, in Owen County, the son of Henry Peter Wolf and Mary Agnes Mitchell Wolf. He was a life-long resident of Clay and Owen counties. He graduated from Patricksburg High School. As a young man he participated in the Rural Youth farming group...