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Stories from Tuesday, March 25, 2003

Garden will be place to remember friends (03/25/03)
Dr. Hal Glidden, President of Clay Civic Memorial Foundation, gives a $1,000 check to Ashlee Vitz, Northview High School student council president, as Linda Nicoson looks on. The planning phase for the Memory Garden at Northview High School is nearing completion. ...
'Weekender' editor retiring (03/25/03)
Fred and Carol Swearingen on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. After 10 years at The Brazil Times, she's boxing up the pictures and signing off the computer. Carol Swearingen is retiring! The editorial lady will be hard to replace. The multi-tasking, that may or may not be in her job description, has included editing "The Weekender", including the popular feature, "A Look Back in History", writing news briefs and obituaries, proofing pages and planting and tending to the flowers in front of the office. ...
Fans don't know popular DJ is blind (03/25/03)
Wrapping up Disability Awareness Month at Meridian Elementary School Friday, radio personality Danny Wayne Beemer and Jennifer Snoddy, Clay Community Schools software training specialist, discuss software programs which enable visually impaired individuals to access the Internet and write e-mail...
Vigo County plans to hire civilian to oversee jail (03/25/03)
TERRE HAUTE (AP) -- Vigo County officials plan to hire a civilian to oversee day-to-day operations of their jail, believing that someone with specialized experience can save money and help prevent lawsuits. At most Indiana jails, commanders are sworn law-enforcement officers. But last week, the County Council unanimously approved creating the new jail administrator position at the request of Sheriff Jon Marvel...
Northview grad, Bedwell, enjoying strong senior year for Grizzlies (03/25/03)
Franklin senior rightfielder and Northview High School graduate David Bedwell swings away during a game this season. Northview High School graduate David Bedwell has started off his senior season at Franklin College with a bang. Though the team has had a difficult beginning to the year after dropping a three game series with powerful Anderson University this weekend, Bedwell has not disappointed...
What makes Butler more than just another Cinderella? (03/25/03)
Inevitably, each year of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament brings another "Cinderella" team into the spotlight for the public to fawn over. Gonzaga held the spotlight several years ago with surprising wins in earlier rounds. Valparaiso has also been fitted for a slipper in previous years as the Crusaders ambushed a first round opponent in the "Dance."...