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Stories from Monday, January 27, 2003

Fire destroys popular Brazil diner (01/27/03)
Eddie's Sandwich Shop at 13 S. Walnut St. after fire destroyed the business Saturday afternoon. Linda Messmer photo By LINDA MESSMER Times Staff Writer Eddie's Sandwich Shop is no more. The Brazil Fire Department received a call at 1:34 p.m. Saturday that the restaurant at 13 S. Walnut St. was on fire...
Bitter cold leaving, snow may be on the way (01/27/03)
Clay County residents awoke to temperatures well-below zero this morning -- the coldest temperatures of the season. The officials temperature at Terre Haute International Airport was minus 10 and the Weathernet equipment at Northview High School read minus 7 at 5 a.m...
Jobs discussed at CAPE meeting (01/27/03)
Clay County CAPE Literacy Advisory Council met earlier this month at the YMCA Community Room to discuss the continuing process of enhancing literacy. The purpose is to bring about positive changes for the county. Sharron Knight and John D. Mace, of Western Indiana Employment & Training Services Inc. spoke at the meeting. They explained how she helps area citizens prepare for job placement and he builds relationships with business and industry as potential employers of their clients...
What does 100 really mean? (01/27/03)
Kindergarteners Makenzie Kumpf, Logan Dickison and Rachael Labinski draw 100 gumballs in their gumball machines. Vangie Sutherland photo. A frozen water line Saturday led to the cancellation of classes at Cornerstone Christian Academy today. Ironically, on Friday the students celebrated 100 days in school by doing various activities demonstrating the amount 100 represents...
Knights escape Eagles in two overtimes (01/27/03)
NASHVILLE -- More often than not, high school coaches say, "I'm going to enjoy this win ..." after a big overtime victory in conference play. But Saturday night, Northview coach Mitch Lancaster wasn't enjoying much of anything after the Knights' 81-79 double-overtime win over the surprising Brown County Eagles...
Knights escape Eagles in two overtimes (01/27/03)
From Staff Reports NASHVILLE -- More often than not, high school coaches say, "I'm going to enjoy this win ..." after a big overtime victory in conference play. But Saturday night, Northview coach Mitch Lancaster wasn't enjoying much of anything after the Knights' 81-79 double-overtime win over the surprising Brown County Eagles...
Knights take third at conference meet (01/27/03)
By CAREY FOX Sports Editor CLINTON -- One year removed from a fifth place Western Indiana Conference placing in the first stop of the wrestling postseason, the Northview Knights' experience and improvement are coming to fruition. The Knights got a third place finish this year behind just West Vigo and three-time team titlist Owen Valley. Even better, Northview won three weight classes compared to none last year...