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Stories from Thursday, November 27, 2008

Rhodes lifts Clay City to victory (11/27/08)
CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels gave thanks Wednesday for the game-winning basket by Kyler Rhodes. Rhodes' three-pointer from the top of the key lifted the Eels to a season-opening 38-36 overtime victory over the visiting South Vermillion Wildcats. One down and 20 more games to go for the Eels...
Students celebrate holiday (11/27/08)
While some area students did skits and had feasts, other schools held food drives in celebration of Thanksgiving. Clay City Elementary, first-and-third-grades had a Thanksgiving feasts in their own classrooms. Clay City Junior/Senior High School had a canned food drive sponsored by the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and the Leadership By Service (LBS) fixed dinner at the Light House Mission...
CCJC inmates get Thanksgiving meal (11/27/08)
On Thursday, the menu changed. Inmates at the Clay County Justice Center had an opportunity to celebrate the holiday despite being incarcerated. "We change the menu that day," Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton told The Brazil Times, regarding the Thanksgiving holiday. "We have somewhat of a traditional Thanksgiving meal for those who participate."...
Donald L. Cromwell (11/27/08)
Donald L. Cromwell, 74, Columbus, Ind., formerly of Brazil, died at 5 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. He was bon May 3, 1934, in Brazil, the son of Robert Cromwell and Naomi E. Colburn. He married Mary Maxine Blackburn in December of 1956. He was a retired computer analyst from Arvin Industries. He was a member of the Brazil Masonic Lodge No. 264...
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