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Stories from Monday, March 15, 2010

It's recess time for students again! (03/15/10)
Students at Meridian Elementary can go outside to play once again. When the groundbreaking ceremonies took place last September, students were told there would be some inconveniences, but the end result would be worth it. While many have enjoyed watching the construction begin on the building, it has come at a cost. Students have gone without a playground and recess was contained to the classrooms. But that changed Monday...
Update: Officials have no ID on discovered body (03/15/10)
VIGO COUNTY -- An autopsy was conducted on a partially decomposed body found Sunday in northeastern Vigo County along Grotto Avenue. The autopsy -- conducted by Vigo County Coroner Dr. Roland Kohr at Terre Haute Regional Hospital -- found the body to be a middle-aged white male with no obvious signs of foul play...
Much prep work left for water projects (03/15/10)
There is a lot of preparation left before the City of Brazil's water improvement projects begin. On Monday, representatives from Hannum, Wagle and Cline Engineering (HWC), Terre Haute, Kenna Consulting and Management Group, Inc., Bingham McHale LLP, and Umbaugh and Associates, all of Indianapolis, met with city officials to provide an update on the process...
James Eugene Stacey (03/15/10)
James Eugene Stacey, 59, Brazil, and formerly of Chicago, died March 6, 2010, at Terre Haute Nursing and Rehabilitation. He was born April 2, 1950, the son of Rae Wise and George Howard Stacey. James grew up in Oak Park, Ill. He had six children, Nicole, Angela, Anthony, Laura, Michelle and Kellie. He also had two sisters, Joyce Bice, Tuscan, Ariz., and Judy Emerson and husband Jimmy, Chicago...

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