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Stories from Wednesday, January 15, 2003

Firefighter's home burns (01/15/03)
Posey Township firefighters spray water on a hot spot early this morning. The Richard Munoz home, 4482 Meadowood Drive, burned last night. The fire was rekindled this morning. In the foreground, the Munoz dog watches over its family's former home. The van caught fire as it was parked outside the garage...
Snyder slays his demons (01/15/03)
James Snyder at home with his guitar, a certificate showing he's a member of the Top Records Songwriter Association and a copy of his Top Records Song Promotion contract. "'Write Jim,' she told me. 'It'll help you through your problems.'" James Snyder softly explained when he first began writing seriously. "This older lady was just an acquaintance really, but she knew me well enough to know I was in real trouble...
Bill reported too high (01/15/03)
Expenditures for the Open Door lawsuit filed by David Wise were inaccurately reported by The Brazil Times. Randy Burns, director of business affairs, broke down time and money spent with Indianapolis attorneys discussing the lawsuit and termination of the superintendent's contract...
Council discusses parking (01/15/03)
Semis and resident parking were again discussed at the Brazil City Council meeting Tuesday night. "I've lived here 40 years and Windbreaker and Nasser Furniture never had a problem getting trucks in to their plant," Anita McIntire, a Mechanic Street resident, said. "Our children don't have a fighting chance. This is ridiculous."...
Clay City's Camrand Tucker (01/15/03)
Clay City's Camrand Tucker (with ball) goes up for a shot while South Putnam's Kyle Roberts (left) and Sam Beasor (behind) try for the block. Tucker had six points for the Eels.
Eels face Class 2A No. 6 at home on Friday night (01/15/03)
The Clay City Eels are finally beginning to get some of the respect that they deserve and it only took wins over the former No. 2 ranked team in Class A, White River Valley, a tough North Central (Farmersburg) team, who has a a record of 5-3 now and a solid South Putnam team on Tuesday night. A 9-2 mark overall earned the Eels a No. 7 ranking this week in the Associated Press Coaches' Poll. Their reward for playing such a wild, difficult schedule so far?...
South gets rematch with unbeaten No. 8 Knights (01/15/03)
It's showtime once again for the Northview Knights and Terre Haute South Braves as the pair get a rematch less than a month after their Pizza Hut Wabash Valley Classic barn burner. The Braves invade the Knights gym on Friday night for a 6:30 p.m. junior varsity tip-off in what has boiled down to a home-and-home series this year...
Northview's Travis Hughes (01/15/03)
Northview's Travis Hughes (#25) is hammered from behind by South's Chad Talpas in the team's first meeting this year. The Knights and Braves will meet this Friday night at Northview High School.
No. 7 Eels outlast Eagles on the road (01/15/03)
PUTNAMVILLE -- The weightlifting program Clay City High School head boys' basketball coach Grant McVay installed when he came to the Eels three years ago is starting to pay off. On Tuesday, the Eels out-muscled host South Putnam en route to defeating the Eagles, 64-57...