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Stories from Friday, April 25, 2003

Plans set to unveil BHS memorial (04/25/03)
Plaque will grace memorial to Brazil High School building on Forest Avenue at new YMCA. Months of planning and manual labor have resulted in a memorial to the old Brazil High School building on the corner of the new YMCA lot. Located on SR 59 (Forest Avenue), north of US 40, the memorial has been covered with plastic, causing many to ask, "When do we get to see it?"...
Man burned while washing parts with gasoline (04/25/03)
Scorched earth and a person in the hospital are all that remain after a fire at the end of South Depot Street Thursday. A neighbor said Matthew Airheart, 816 S. Depot St., was cleaning lawnmower parts in gasoline while smoking a cigarette. When the fuel ignited, Airheart's upper body was burned. He received 2nd degree burns to 60-70 percent of his body and 3rd degree burns to less than 10 percent of his body...
Fallen tree cuts power (04/25/03)
A cut tree fell Thursday morning, knocking a circuit out in the Staunton area. Cinergy was alerted to the power outage at 10:30 a.m. More than 1,000 people were without power as Cinergy workers corrected the problem. Power was restored within 23 minutes, according to spokesman Robert Norris...
Talking with the troops (04/25/03)
Spc. E4 Tom Hofmann of Brazil (right) tries to recall the location of another soldier when asked by Major Chris Pfaff (left) at Camp Atterbury April 16. Part 2 of 2 The Indiana National Guard is playing a major role in the fight against terrorism. Recently nine members of the 38th main support battalion of the Brazil transportation unit were activated and attached to the 113th support battalion from Muncie. They were sent to Camp Atterbury for mobilization...
Linton uses big inning to get past Clay City (04/25/03)
Clay City's Josh Stoelting was the pitcher of record in game one of a double header vs. Linton on Thursday night. CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels got in trouble early in the first game of a baseball doubleheader versus the Linton Miners on Thursday evening...
Eels take second on track, Knights win on the road (04/25/03)
The Clay City Eels track team took second in a tri-meet with Sullivan and Bloomfield on Thursday evening. The Golden Arrows won the boy's meet 75 to 51 over Clay City with Bloomfield scoring 30. In the girl's meet, the Arrows had 80 to the Eel's 58. The Cardinals had 17 points...
Knights sweep doubleheader versus South Vermillion (04/25/03)
On Wednesday night the Northview baseball team picked up a double header sweep at South Vermillion by scores of 10-2 and 10-1. In the opener, Michael Stuckey got the win on the mound by going seven innings, giving up just one earned run while striking out six and allowing just five hits...