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Stories from Wednesday, May 14, 2003

Eel River has history of flooding (05/14/03)
Saturday storms uprooted trees and turned over a shed at Dietz Lake Saturday. Charles Purl submitted this photo. This weekend's storms gave people in Clay City quite a scare as the rain came down, the Eel River came up and posed the possibility of severely flooding surrounding areas...
Storm damage dominates City Council meeting (05/14/03)
The most-discussed topic of Tuesday's Brazil City Council meeting was damage caused by storms over the weekend and its subsequent cleanup. Mayor Kenny Crabb was called in the middle of the night both Friday, when a fallen tree was blocking a street, and Saturday, when plate glass windows had been blown out of a local building, leaving glass in the streets...
Family waits to see if they are on TV (05/14/03)
Harold and Michelle Netzler, their son Dean and his friend Devon Chamberlain, of Brazil, may be on "Candid Camera" tonight. A spring break in Florida last march got them more than a walk on the beach. When they pulled up to the gated entrance to the parking lot at Clear Water Beach, an attendant asked them if they wanted a smoking or non-smoking parking space. Surprised and baffled, they replied they'd take non-smoking...
Knights power way past Thunderbirds (05/14/03)
Northview's Andrew Griffin blasted a two-run homerun in the third inning as the Knights went on to a 12-2 win over North Central on Tuesday. - Pair of homeruns leads to 12-2 win in five innings - Amazing what a couple of extra days off can do for a team's bats...
North Clay takes second and third in track meets (05/14/03)
Northview's C.J. Peters (in red) got the win while striking out seven North Central batters in Tuesday's 12-2 Knight's win. The North Clay girls track team took second place in a battle with Putnam County neighbors Cloverdale and South Putnam on Monday evening. The boys team was third to Cloverdale's first and South Putnam's second place...
Patriots register school record to defeat Knights (05/14/03)
Adam Thiemann (left) and Tyler Akers (right) prepare to tee-off on the first hole at Forest Park Golf Course on Tuesday versus Terre Haute North. The Northview Knights continued their streak of hard luck by losing to visiting Terre Haute North 136 to 143...
Local results mixed in late Monday sports action (05/14/03)
The Northview tennis team continued their charge towards the sectionals by winning their seventh consecutive match on Monday evening. The Knights downed South Putnam on the road, 5-0. Northview didn't lose a set in sweeping past the Eagles in both varsity and junior varsity play...
RUTH ANNISE WALBRING HARRIS (05/14/03)
Ruth Annise Walbring Harris, 91, died at noon Monday, May 12, 2003, of heart failure at her residence at McCormick's Creek, Spencer, Ind. She was born Nov. 11, 1911 in Jordan, Ind., to Fred A. and Flora M. Neese Walbring. They preceded her in death...