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Stories from Thursday, April 3, 2003

Library shows signs of spring (04/03/03)
Spring is here. This beautiful magnolia tree next to the library on North Walnut Street is opening its graceful, colorful flowers to the summer-like sunshine. Hopefully the 70-degree days aren't just a temperate tease that will turn into a night time freeze and prematurely destroy the burgeoning blossoms...
Woman collecting cards for military (04/03/03)
The military men and women love to receive mail. But they'd also like to send cards home to their loved ones, especially with Easter, Mother's Day and Father's Day approaching. Unfortunately there are few or no cards available to them. Arlene Trueblood is hoping the community will respond and fill this need for the troops. She's asking people to donate new, unused cards with envelopes...
Parke County Local Coordinating Council to educate on meth (04/03/03)
ROCKVILLE, Ind. -- With methamphetamine use on the rise in Parke County, the Local Coordinating Council has decided to spotlight the danger of the drug to county high school students. The purpose of the day's activities is to inform both junior high and high school students about the physical, health issues involved with use of meth...
Time to round up for kindergarten (04/03/03)
Clay Community Schools kindergarten round-up dates have been set and it is important that parents enroll all students eligible to attend this fall. A child must be five years of age on or before July 1, 2003 to be eligible to attend kindergarten. Parents should bring their child's official birth certificate and immunization records with them...
Groomer offers pet massage as well as traditional services (04/03/03)
Chester, a pomeranian, gets the royal treatment at Triple H Ranch. Groomer Darlene Johnson bathed, towel dried and clipped the pooch's nails after brushing out his thick coat. Snippets of white and gray fell along the table as Annie got her hair trimmed...
Eels trot over Stars (04/03/03)
The Clay City Elementary traveling team recently won the Trotter Invitational at Bloomfield by defeating the host team, White River Valley and the Terre Haute North Stars. The team members are: (front row l-r) Logan Higgins, Austin Evans and Braxton Griffith. (Back row l-r) Kyler Rhodes, Orry Heffner, Will Kennedy, Levi Seymour and Jordan Defore. The team is coached by Glen Wellman...