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Stories from Monday, October 23, 2006

Head Start Program bus drivers deal with problems (10/23/06)
Ivy Herron photo Bus drivers Heather Squires, Lois Smith, Kahleah Lawler and Jama Scherb practice using the child safety restraints designed for small children, ages 3 - 5, on the Head Start school buses. By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com The small school buses used to transport 53 local preschool children to and from the Clay County Head Start program are experiencing some big problems...
Emmert GMAC Delivers Pumpkins (10/23/06)
Jason Jacobs photo Salespartners from Emmert GMAC Real Estate load 500 pumpkins into trucks for delivery to homes in the area. This is Emmert's Third Annual Fall Appreciation to Homeowners. Emmert purchases all the pumpkins and this year's pumpkins will include a sticker with a poem wishing homeowners a wonderful fall season...
Arson Case Delayed (10/23/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Coalmont resident Bertha Bedwell will not stand trial this week for her involvement in a 2004 conspiracy to commit arson-for-hire case, but when she does go to trial it will be here in Clay County. Clay Superior Court Judge Blaine Akers approved defense attorney Jim Organ's motion to review the transcripts of Samantha Bascom's September jury trial -- which has postponed the case -- but denied a change-of-venue motion because of pre-trial publicity...
Slew of accidents fill weekend (10/23/06)
Ivy Herron Photo There were a number of accidents throughout this past weekend, including this single vehicle accident on U.S. 40 Sunday afternoon. By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Saturday Saturday evening, three accidents in less than an hour turned into a test of emergency response personnel across Clay County...
Local man arrested for cruelty to animals (10/23/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Brazil City Police Chief Mark Loudermilk says anyone who fires a weapon within Brazil City limits will be prosecuted. "It is absolutely unacceptable, and illegal, for someone to do this," Loudermilk said. "People need to know that whenever this happens, we will press charges."...
Feedback: Is the Mayor underpaid? Why or Why Not? (10/23/06)
By JASON JACOBS bigjake9160@yahoo.com On Sept. 26, we printed an article and survey about Mayor Tom Arthur, his salary and the job he has done. Researche showed that Mayor Tom Arthur is compensated considerably less than most mayor's in Indana cities comparable to the size of Brazil...
Column: Being Frank, by Frank Phillips (10/23/06)
A belated congratulations to the undefeated Northview Knights football team. I am writing this on Friday afternoon, Oct. 20, and I hope your winning streak extends through the sectional. We are proud of the Marching Knights, too -- in fact, all the students at Northview and Clay City high schools for their positive contributions to our community...
Raymond Frederick Boose (10/23/06)
Raymond Frederick Boose Raymond Frederick Boose, 79 of Brazil, died at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, 2006 in Terre Haute, Indiana. He was born April 12, 1927 in Norwalk, Ohio as the son of Albert and Hedwig Mary Stieber Boose. After his mother's death he was raised by his step-mother, Cora Downing Boose...
James E. Larkins (10/23/06)
James E. Larkins James E. Larkins, 67 of Brazil, died at 8:35 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, 2006 at his residence. Funeral arrangements are pending at Moore Funeral Home