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Stories from Tuesday, March 11, 2003

Woman arrives home to find house on fire (03/11/03)
A house trailer was a complete loss Monday morning after becoming fully engulfed by fire. Terri Hoffman, 7799 CR 675W, was just coming home around 8:45 a.m. when she noticed flames shooting out the west side of the home she shared with her husband, Frank, and their dog. The dog was the only occupant still inside the trailer. The structure was destroyed by fire a short time after the time firefighters arrived on the scene...
Wednesday is Nutrition Awareness Day (03/11/03)
Older Hoosiers of the Wabash Valley who are interested in nutrition as an avenue to healthy living are invited to gather on Wednesday in their local dining site for the annual Nutrition Awareness Day event. The key message for this year's event centers around the theme of "Healthy Eating, Healthy You". Presentations at each dining site will focus on choosing the right foods to meet nutritional needs by following the new food pyramid for older adults...
Clay City Winter Guard qualifies for state finals (03/11/03)
Front Row from left to right: Rachael Mobley, Megan Wiley, Brooklyn Higar. Middle row: Cassie Staley, Larissa Staley. Back row: Crystal Randall, Robin Harris, Ashlyn Alsip, Ashley Alexander, Brittany Jones. The Clay City Imperial Winter Guard qualified for the Indiana High School Color Guard Association State Finals Saturday at the IHSCGA State Preliminaries held at Center Grove High School in Greenwood, Ind...
Mayor recognizes plight of uninsured (03/11/03)
Recognizing the urgency of seeking solutions to one of America's greatest problems, the newly formed Clay County Health Improvement Coalition and Mayor Kenny Crabb proclaimed this "Cover the Uninsured Week" in Brazil. "Almost 13 percent of Clay County residents are without health insurance," Rich Johansen, St. Vincent Clay Hospital CEO, said...
A Season to Remember for Knights (03/11/03)
Northview junior Zach Keyes (facing front) celebrates the Knight's Pizza Hut Wabash Valley title win in December, hugging first year Northview coach Mitch Lancaster. It's impossible to argue that the season came to a close much to early for Northview fans' tastes this year. With a second round sectional loss to the same Martinsville squad who downed them the year before, the Knights finished with an excellent 21-3 record...