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Stories from Monday, April 4, 2011

Earthquake donations end April 30 (04/04/11)
Monday evening accident (04/04/11)
Officials prepare to remove a vehicle from the scene of an accident near the intersection of County Road 900 North and CR 100 East late Monday afternoon. According to the Clay County Sheriff's Department, the driver of the passenger vehicle was traveling westbound when the tires got too far off onto the shoulder area of the road and lost control. ...
Preliminary autopsy results released (04/04/11)
Although still waiting for toxicology results, the Clay County Coroner's Office released the preliminary autopsy results of a Vigo County man who died during a motorcycle accident Sunday evening. Coroner Joel Reinoehl informed The Brazil Times Monday evening that Vigo County Coroner and Pathologist Dr. ...
NWS issues Flood Advisory for southern Clay County (04/04/11)
The National Weather Service (NWS) based in Indianapolis issued a Flood Advisory for southern Clay County at approximately 1 p.m., Monday. The advisory will remain in effect until midnight Tuesday. At 12:55 p.m., NWS Doppler Radar indicated approximately 2-inches of rain had fallen in the area since early Monday morning...
Country music returning to center (04/04/11)
The return of country and western music is scheduled or the Clay County Senior Citizen's Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil. Promoter Joe Redenbarger recently announced that beginning Saturday, the country band Just Friends will entertain every other Saturday evening until the end of October...
Newly Updated: Officials confirm fatality in accident (04/04/11)
Catherine L. Hewes (04/04/11)
Catherine L. Hewes, 94, Brazil, died Sunday, April 3, 2011, at Exceptional Living Center, Brazil. She was born March 31, 1917, in Brazil, as the daughter of Ira C. and Olive Campbell Linton. She graduated from Brazil High School. She married Raymond S. Hewes Aug. 30, 1947...
Thelma Kay Keyt (04/04/11)
Thelma Kay Keyt, 68, Bainbridge, passed away Saturday morning at Mill Pond Health Center in Greencastle. She was born Jan. 6, 1943, in Bainbridge, Ind., to Maurice Gibbs and Delores "Nancy" Gibbs Berry. She attended Bainbridge High School. She retired in 2009 from Lithonia Lighting in Crawfordsville. She also worked at P.R. Mallory's in Greencastle...
April 2011

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