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Stories from Friday, April 18, 2003

Seven-vehicle crash closes half of I-70, causes heavy traffic in Brazil (04/18/03)
Lucy Perry photo Indiana State Police Trooper Jason Schoffstall directs traffic along SR 59 and US 40 Thursday evening. Traffic throughout the city was backed up for hours after a seven-vehicle accident, including two semis, on I-70 at about 3 p.m. By FRANK PHILLIPS...
Seven-vehicle crash closes half of I-70, causes heavy traffic in Brazil (04/18/03)
Lucy Perry photo Indiana State Police Trooper Jason Schoffstall directs traffic along SR 59 and US 40 Thursday evening. Traffic throughout the city was backed up for hours after a seven-vehicle accident, including two semis, on I-70 at about 3 p.m. By FRANK PHILLIPS...
Brush fires threatened area Tuesday (04/18/03)
Michele Driscoll photo Brazil firefighters worked at a brush fire Tuesday. Flames threatened Yankee Rose Landscaping and Nurseries on SR 59. By MICHELE DRISCOLL Times Staff Writer Brazil Fire Chief Joe Bennett told The Times Thursday that an unidentified person set a pile of brush and limbs on fire along a fence row between the north side of Yankee Rose Landscaping and Nurseries and a wooded area on SR 59 North on Tuesday...
NHS Academic Teams place at tourney (04/18/03)
Submitted photo NHS Science team Members include Danica Neier, Christina Chrisman (captain), Jade Gan, Mitch Mershon and Jason True. By RACHEL SPARKS For The Times The Northview Academic Teams did well at the Brown County Invitational. There were 11 schools present. The Science and Math teams both took a first place and the Interdisciplinary team placed third...
Look on the bright side (04/18/03)
T. G. Timberman takes his barber talents to the street on National Avenue during Friday's power outage. He used non-electric scissors to cut Mark Anderson's hair. By LUCY PERRY Times Staff Writer At a time when schools and many businesses were closed in observance of Good Friday, other Brazil businesses thought a three-hour power outage throughout the city was for the birds...
Northview teacher is head of his class (04/18/03)
Jeff Sayers, math, physics and science teacher, sits grading his advanced placement physics class papers. Sayers was recently presented with a Radio Shack National Teacher Award. By LYNN HAMILTON Lifestyles Editor and by MICHELE DRISCOLL Times Staff Writer...
City's Civil War event seen as tribute to history (04/18/03)
The 1st Indiana Cavalry, in association with the Clay County Historical Society, has announced that the annual Civil War event at Brazil will be expanded to include a Historical Timeline. This timeline will feature troops spanning from 1760 to 1945...
Eels get pair of track wins over Vikings (04/18/03)
By CAREY FOX Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels pulled off a sweep of the West Vigo Vikings with the help of a few dramatics on Thursday evening. While the boys' team won comfortably 80-43, the girls' squad needed a strong final event from the 4X400 relay team of Elizabeth Effner, Kevi Baumgartner, Chelsea Riggs and Lacy Rood to overcome the Vikings 62-60 in the team scoring...
Eels get pair of track wins over Vikings (04/18/03)
By CAREY FOX Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels pulled off a sweep of the West Vigo Vikings with the help of a few dramatics on Thursday evening. While the boys' team won comfortably 80-43, the girls' squad needed a strong final event from the 4X400 relay team of Elizabeth Effner, Kevi Baumgartner, Chelsea Riggs and Lacy Rood to overcome the Vikings 62-60 in the team scoring...