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Stories from Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Hospital worker takes pie in face for Relay For Life (04/29/03)
St. Vincent Clay Hospital dietary worker Zena Riddell responds to having a pie in the face by construction worker Mike Phares in the cafeteria Friday. Another construction worker at the hospital, Ross Aton, stands prepared to give Phares a dose of his own medicine. ...
Man goes to court tipsy (04/29/03)
Kevin W. Tyler appeared for his initial court hearing in Clay County early Monday, charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Before the session could proceed, however, Tyler, 49, of Terre Haute, was returned to jail. Court officials noticed he was again under the influence of alcohol, said Bob Pell, chief depuy prosecutor in Clay County...
Long ride for charity (04/29/03)
Everyone has their share of personal beliefs. However, it takes a strong person to do something to work toward making a difference in the world based on those beliefs. Rhonda Schafer is gearing up for a three-day, 200-mile bicycle road tour called "National Bike Ride for the Family" June 26-28. ...
Sheets to help coordinate county's Civil War program (04/29/03)
William Sheets, considered one of the top coordinators in the state for Historic Timeline, has agreed to help the Clay County Historical Society and the 1st Indiana Cavalry this year. Sheets says he has heard many re-enactors express their desire to attend this year's event. ...
Clay City's Josh Stoelting (04/29/03)
Clay City's Josh Stoelting and his Eel teammtes faced Vincennes Rivet on Monday. Results will be available in Wednesday's Brazil Times.