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Stories from Tuesday, April 22, 2003

Brazil's Meunier introduces Watergate reporter Woodward (04/22/03)
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- Journalist and author Bob Woodward was introduced to a Franklin College audience of about 800 by Brazil, Ind., native Bralynne L. Meunier Monday night. The daughter of Bernie and Melinida Meunier, of Brazil, was a 2001 graduate of Northview High School and was praised by Dr. ...
Lewis is 'environmentally friendly' every day, not just Earth Day (04/22/03)
David Lewis sorts through a box of recyclable items at Computer Central on East National Avenue Monday. He accepts used inkjet, laserjet, copy machine and fax cartridges for recycling. Some people don't realize their ink cartridge life spans can last well beyond the typical one-time use...
Who is Deep Throat? Woodward gave clues to audience (04/22/03)
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- Bob Woodward repeated several clues about Deep Throat to the Franklin College audience on Monday. Deep Throat, the code name for the person who guided Woodward and Bernstein through the Watergate investigation, is a) one person, b) a man whose identity will be revealed when he dies or releases them from their promise of secrecy, c) his identity will be revealed "in most of your lifetimes" and d) one whose identity makes complete sense. ...
War was secretly planned, author says (04/22/03)
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- Journalist and author Bob Woodward sees the presidencies of George W. Bush, Richard M. Nixon and Abraham Lincoln as studies in contrast and comparison. Woodward told about 800 invited guests to Franklin College Monday that courage, like that of Lincoln, is the greatest trait a president can have. Hatred, like that of Nixon toward his enemies, only leads to downfall...
Waste District's goal: Save planet (04/22/03)
Save the planet. It's a message echoed across the world in honor of Earth Day each April 22. Janet Reed, executive director of The Clay-Owen-Vigo Solid Waste Management District, would like to see it practiced all year long. But she knows the attitude usually has to be learned by many people early on in life...
Northview golf and J.V. baseball get soggy wins (04/22/03)
Northview senior Jared Freeman earned medalist honors on Monday with a 36 versus Cloverdale at Forest Park. The Northview golf team withstood a challenge from Cloverdale in soggy conditions at Forest Park Golf Course on Monday night. The Knights downed the Clovers via tiebreaker as both teams tied with scores of 153 through their top four golfers. Freshman Adam Thiemann came through with the winning fifth score, carding a 41 for the Knights while Cloverdale's Corey Williams registered a 46...