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Stories from Tuesday, March 18, 2003

Supporting our soldiers (03/18/03)
Christ Community Church Little Hearts four-year-old class made a care package to send to a classmate's father. Pictured from left are (front) Quinn Albright, Kaci Jones, Morgan Breitweiser, Jacob Latham (whose father, Larry, is stationed in Turkey), Jaycee McGinty, (second row) Rylee Pennington, Hollie Jones, Lucy France, Ezra John Fritz, Hayden France, Levi Herb, (back) Dylan Pennington and Samuel Grimes...
Doctor opposes war (03/18/03)
Dr. Rahim Farid, a local physician, listened intently to President Bush's speech last night. Farid is quite familiar with the politics of the Middle East. The Tehran, Iran, native came to America in 1953 and established his medical practice here in Brazil in 1961...
State Police: Methamphetamine problem has grown in past decade (03/18/03)
(Left) ISP Meth Team Chuck Tharp, (left) and Chad Hilton told Clay County Breakfast Optimists about the dangers of methamphetamine. Indiana State Police created a Meth team in the 1990s with eight troopers covering the state. Approximately 80 troopers will cover the state this year...
School board considers employee sick day policy (03/18/03)
The Clay Community Schools Corporation budget concerns school board members as they make decisions for the next school year. One item, tabled for the second time, was the superintendent's recommendation to transfer sick day accumulation. After Northview Principal Ken Wallace and North Clay Middle School Principal Greg Linton were employed, the board agreed to allow the transfer of accumulated sick days from their previous employment to Clay Community Schools at the Sept. 12 board meeting...
Doctor opposes war (03/18/03)
Dr. Rahim Farid, a local physician, listened intently to President Bush's speech last night. Farid is quite familiar with the politics of the Middle East. The Tehran, Iran, native came to America in 1953 and established his medical practice here in Brazil in 1961...
Tourney time for Indiana college basketball teams (03/18/03)
It's that time of year again. A time when baseball is on the horizon and the warm Spring winds have begun to thaw the frost on the morning grass. But more than any of that, it's time for March Madness if you will. Or if your like me and you've been automatically been putting Dick Vitale on mute on sight since November, it's time for the NCAA Basketball Tournaments...