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Stories from Monday, June 15, 2009

Personal vehicle stolen during emergency run (06/15/09)
In less than 20 minutes, a local emergency responder had his car stolen when he was toned out to an accident scene Sunday evening. "I'd been at the Clay County Search and Rescue Office (525 East National Avenue, Brazil) all day when we were dispatched to an accident on Interstate 70 at 7:59 p.m.," Brandon Sciotto told The Brazil Times Monday before going to pick up a rental car. ...
BCB set for Sunday performance (06/15/09)
The Brazil Concert Band will present "While The Cat's Away ..." at 8 p.m., Sunday, at Forest Park, rain or shine. As the theme suggests, Director Matt Huber is the cat in question and his daughter, Janelle R. Huber, will wield the baton this week. Janelle Huber is a sophomore at Indiana State University, where she is majoring in music education. She also performs flute and piccolo in the Wind Orchestra and Marching Sycamores...
Program set up to combat addiction (06/15/09)
Poland resident Ron Glasscock knows the perils of addiction all too well. He is a recovering alcoholic and lives with that on a daily basis. But for several years, Glasscock has attempted to help spread the word through 12-step programs in order to help others overcome their addictions...
Bryant leads Lakers to 15th NBA title (06/15/09)
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Kobe Bryant jumped and punched the air. He did it again, seven years of pent up frustration freed in a fit of joy. This was the one he wanted more than all the others. The one to top them all. One year after failing miserably in the finals against Boston, Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers found redemption. They finished a season they felt was theirs with a 99-86 win over the Orlando Magic on Sunday night in Game 5 to win the 15th NBA title in franchise history...
Mae L. Turner (06/15/09)
Mae L. Turner, 94, Brazil, passed away at Cloverleaf Health Care, Knightsville, June 15, 2009. She was born Dec. 28, 1914, in Lena, to Ernest and Catharine (Stallcop) Underwood. She graduated from Brazil High School with the class of 1933. Mrs. Turner married Melvin E. Turner Jan. 1, 1935. She was a member of the Cross Lane Community Church and the Berea Christian Church and Past President of the Homemakers Extension Club, as well as a leader of the Clay County 4-H Busy Bees Club for many years...
June 2009

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