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Stories from Monday, February 10, 2003

'Why do I have to learn this?' students ask....ICE shows WHY (02/10/03)
Northview High School ICE seniors participate with local business community in a work-based learning program. Pictured from left are: (seated) Tim Strader, Dan Roeschlein, Tia Kirchner, Erin Riley, (standing) Tyler Brown, Breanna Walden, Sarah Emrick, Heather Lohrman, Marcus Thompson and Jerry Hull...
Clay County may enter flood insurance program, Commissioner Andrews says (02/10/03)
The last time the Federal Emergency Management Agency drew out flood plain maps for Clay County was 1977. The last severe flooding in the area was in 1993. Because the City of Brazil opted to participate in the National Flood Insurance Program, federal assistance was available. Because the county has not opted to participate as of yet, federal help would not be available outside Brazil, if flooding occurred...
The Times, other polls show support for NASA (02/10/03)
More than seven in 10 Americans say the space shuttle program is worth the risk in human life and should be continued, say polls taken after the disintegration of the shuttle Columbia killed its seven astronauts. According to The Brazil Times online poll, readers are more definite about the space program. ...
Mroczek and Grigsby headed to Semi-states (02/10/03)
Derek Mroczek (top) earned a third-place bid to the Evansville Semi-state next weekend. He earned a 14-1 win over Joel Yaney of Bedford North Lawrence to take third. BLOOMINGTON -- Two Northview High School wrestlers are headed to the Evansville semistate this week...
Knights fall in road contest (02/10/03)
The Northview Knights dropped just their second game of the season on Saturday night when they lost a road contest to the Plainfield Quakers 82-76. The Knights led by seven points headed into the final period before Plainfield exploded for 30 points and the six point win...
Eels get close Friday win (02/10/03)
SHAKAMAK -- The Clay City Eels stepped up the last quarter and held on to take a big road win over the home Shakamak Lakers. The Eels broke out in the first couple of minutes to take a 12 to nothing lead, but the Lakers had a little comeback of their own and scored 11 to Clay City's five points to end the first quarter...