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Stories from Tuesday, May 13, 2003

Remembering Staunton High School (05/13/03)
Caroline McCullough (left) with J. D. Burk, Phyllis Brown, Judy Timberman, Bobbie Thomas and Jane Lee Johnson give a rousing Yellow Jacket cheer Saturday at the Staunton High School Memorial dedication ceremony. By LINDA MESSMER Times Staff Writer It seemed the storms took a hiatus just for the joyful Staunton High School alumni. ...
Hostettler meets with Clay Countians (05/13/03)
By FRANK PHILLIPS Managing Editor Environmental concerns are hindering the military's ability to train, said U.S. Rep. John Hostettler, Ind. 8th District, Monday night. Hostettler fulfilled a campaign promise to conduct town meetings in Indiana's 8th District by coming to Brazil to meet with Clay Countians. About a dozen people showed up in City Hall to meet the Congressman...
Taxi takes unexpected turn (05/13/03)
By LUCY PERRY Times Staff Writer Risa Cole's new taxi service, Going Our Way, isn't exactly going the way the entrepreneur had originally envisioned. "She needs to make sure she's covered," Brazil Mayor Kenny Crabb said, explaining the city has an ordinance which all businesses must follow. ...
Hot bats lead Knight to JV win (05/13/03)
By CAREY FOX Sports Editor The Northview Knights junior varsity baseball team scored in every inning on their way to a second straight lopsided victory over the Sullivan Golden Arrows on Monday evening. While hosting the Northview Invitational on May 3, the Knights pounded Sullivan 26-0 and on Monday evening the result wasn't much different as Northview won 23-2...
Northview golf team falls in another close match (05/13/03)
Staff Reports The Northview golf team's hard luck continued on Monday evening when they traveled to Windy Hill Country Club in Greencastle only to fall to the host Tiger Cubs by a stroke, 159-160. Steve McCall was the low-medalist of the match with his 35 while Jared Freeman was the low-man for the Knights with a 38 overall...
MILDRED M. JOHNSON (05/13/03)
Mildred Mae Riggs Johnson, 90, of Carbon, died Sunday, May 11, 2003, at 4:10 p.m. at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Born in Clay County on Feb. 25, 1913, she was the daughter of Tom and Mary Rhoda Archer Riggs. She graduated from Brazil High School and Brazil Business College. Later, she owned and operated Mids Restaurant, near the old Hickory coal tipple. She attended the Rock Run Baptist Church...