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Stories from Friday, March 21, 2003

Community unites in prayer (03/21/03)
Rae Anne Howald, holding son, Mitchell, and sitting next to daughter, Olivia, at last night's prayer service at Northview High School. "I'm concerned about the world I'm bringing my kids up in." "The country's in crisis and in need of prayer," said Pastor Bob Kumpf as he opened the community prayer service last night at Northview High School...
Yellow ribbons worn to support troops (03/21/03)
Patti Knuth pins a yellow ribbon on JoAnn Wilkerson who wants to show support for the American troops. Yellow ribbon lapel pins are available to everyone in the Wabash Valley at Lawson-Slack Funeral Home. Patti and Norm Knuth, like most Americans, were very concerned about the declining political climate. They dreaded the apparent inevitable war, but wanted the troops being sent overseas to know that they were appreciated and their country supported them...
Brazil woman reacts to war protests (03/21/03)
Brazil resident Juli Black looked on with disgust as anti-war activists staged a raucous parade through downtown Indianapolis, banging drums, chanting slogans and holding aloft signs with "No War" written in red paint splattered like blood. Once the two dozen high school and college-age protesters turned a corner and their voices faded, she said the young activists cannot see the big picture of the United States' attack on Iraq...
Venom take home tourney title (03/21/03)
The Brazil Venom AAU basketball team picked up another tournament title this past weekend with three wins. The team: (front row l-r) Brinn Meunier, Jeremy Johnson, Ryan Brown and Matt Stuckey. (Back row l-r) Devon Hyatt, Joe Evinger, Brodee Miller and Zach Sanabria...