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Stories from Monday, March 3, 2003

Timber marketing program planned (03/03/03)
Owners of forest land can get answers to many questions at a workshop on Thursday at Clinton, Ind. The "Timber Marketing and Harvesting for Woodland Owners" program is a continuing education workshop coordinated by Purdue Extension and sponsored by the Extension Bi-State Ag Program Group...
Gebert plays in ISU Symphonic Band (03/03/03)
Northview High School graduate Ellis Gebert has been selected to play French horn in the Symphonic Band at Indiana State University where he is a freshman theater education major. "I am looking forward to having Ellis in the band this semester. I believe he has a lot of good musical instincts," Band Director Doug Keiser said...
Some say more local work needed on ADHD (03/03/03)
While many advances have been made over the years when dealing with children suffering from attention deficit disorders, some think there's more work to be done locally. "There's still a long way to go, especially in this community," Amy Duell, a Wabash Valley special needs support group co-coordinator, recently said...
No suspects in stabbing, police say (03/03/03)
Brazil City Police report there is nothing new in the investigation of the stabbing death of Alvie Smith Jr., Police Chief Terry Harrison said Friday no arrests have been made in the case, but "We still continue to interview people and follow up on information that we have."...
Thomas' bill passes (03/03/03)
INDIANAPOLIS -- HB1569, co-authored by State Representative Andy Thomas (R-Brazil), passed the Indiana House of Representatives this week by a bi-partisan vote of 90-7. The legislation will require the drug utilization review board to determine the 15 drugs prescribed most frequently under Medicaid. In addition, the bill requires a study of pricing based on these 15 prescription drugs. The results would be published on the Internet...
New subdivision possible in Brazil on Murphy Ave. (03/03/03)
Mayor Kenny Crabb said Friday that a new residential subdivision could be in Brazil's future if the property owner can get the estate rezoned from agricultural to residential before the sale. Crabb explained that Robert Palm, son of the late Stanley Palm, a retired police officer, recently placed property up for sale. The land is located to the south of Morris Manufacturing, on the west side of Murphy Avenue. The potential buyer has expressed interest in building a subdivision on the site...
St. Vincent Clay from on high (03/03/03)
Cinergy provided this aerial view of St. Vincent Clay Hospital. The old hospital and construction for the new hospital can be seen, along with the surrounding neighborhood. The print is one of many pictures of the Brazil community commissioned by Cinergy...
PEERS utilizes teen role models (03/03/03)
Kyle Nees, Northview High School mentor with the PEERS (Peers Educating and Encouraging Responsible Sexuality) Project, conducts an activity with North Clay Middle School seventh graders in Vicky Eaton's health class earlier this month. Empowered high school role models teaching about the consequences of sex and drugs can influence the lives of adolescents...
Clay City downs Rox at the free throw line (03/03/03)
The Clay City Eels finished off their regular season with a 63-51 victory over the Rockville Rox on Friday night as three players scored in double figures. Elliott Booe led the way for the Class A No. 5 ranked Eels with a game-high 19 points. Landon Wellman also hit double-digits, tallying 11 points and Matt Farmer added another 10...
Northview senior night (03/03/03)
Northview senior basketball players (from left) Ryan Bitzegaio, Amos Wegner and Travis Hughes were honored at Friday evening's home basketball game.
Northview graduate Long joins Indiana track and field hall of fame (03/03/03)
Northview High School graduate Carri Long (far right) accepts a plaque for her induction into the IATCCC on Feb. 14. Former Northview High School track coach Larry Stuckey (far left) and his wife Pat (center) also attended. Northview High School graduate Carri Long was inducted into the Indiana Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches' Hall of Fame on February 14 at the Sheridan in Indianapolis...
Knights outlast Mustangs (03/03/03)
Northview's Travis Hughes (shooting) scored 15 points on Friday night he was honored with Amos Wegner and Ryan Bitzegaio for Senior Night. When you match up the second highest scoring team in the state (Northview) versus a team that has four players averaging double figures (Fountain Central), odds are good that there will be a fair amount of points scored in the game. But its unlikely that fans could have predicted the pace that each team would maintain for much of Friday's contest...