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Stories from Wednesday, April 30, 2003

BPW women find sympathetic ear (04/30/03)
State Rep. Andy Thomas, R-Brazil, speaks with Dale and Nina Blackwell about pay equity. The occasion was BPW/Indiana Policy and Action Lobby Day on April 16. State Rep. Andy Thomas, R-Brazil, was sympathetic to womens' issues when members of the Business and Professional Women's Club met with him at Indianapolis recently...
Getting published: Forest Park students find it easy (04/30/03)
Forest Park Elementary is home to some famous fourth graders whose poetry was recently published. Jean Harris devoted six weeks for her students to study poetry. Each student wrote haiku, cinquain, alliteration, limerick and concrete poems and chose one of their favorites to submit to two different publications. ...
Business benefitting soldiers (04/30/03)
Zachary Hyde isn't giving veterans the shirt off his back, he is going one step further. He is donating profits from the sale of new T-shirts to the American Legion. Hyde, who owns Cap-N-Tee Screen Printing, 5235 N. CR 200E, with his family, will donate all the profits from T-shirts emblazoned with the names of local businesses to American Legion Post 2...
State band finals set for Saturday (04/30/03)
The Indiana State School Music Association's nineteenth Annual State Concert Finals for high school concert bands, orchestras, and choirs will he held Saturday. These organizations qualified for State Finals, participating in district festivals during the month of April...
Knights win track meet vs. Eels and White River Valley (04/30/03)
Elliott Booe won three events on Monday including a school record in the high jump. - Knight baseball loses The Northview Knights swept a tri-meet with county rival Clay City and White River Valley on Monday evening, winning the girls meet 62 to 52 over WRV with the Eels scoring 42. They boys team won 89 to 49 over Clay City with the Wolverines scoring 18...
Big innings lead Knights to WIC sweep (04/30/03)
Northview's Erin Brackney allowed just one unearned run in her opening win over the Sullivan Golden Arrows. The Knights won 7-1. The Knights' bats were slow but deadly on Monday night versus conference foe Sullivan. Northview didn't score a single run in the first three innings of either game of their double header with the Golden Arrows, however, in the final three innings of the first game they scored all seven runs to win 7-1. ...
Northview's Kayla Glassburn (04/30/03)
Northview's Kayla Glassburn had five hits in a double header versus Sullivan on Monday night. She added three RBI's and a run scored in the Northview sweep.