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Stories from Wednesday, August 27, 2003

Checking soil health (08/27/03)
Leon Mercer, Byron Gough and Mark Evans present their program, "Better Soil=Better Yields," in order to explain soil pits and different types of soil to area farmers and landowners at The Clay County Soil and Water Conservation's Field Day at Mercer's Farm Monday afternoon. ...
Park is well used (08/27/03)
Ruthann Jeffries, Brazil Parks Board president, brought good news to the Brazil City Council meeting Tuesday night. She stopped by City Hall on her way home from Craig Park to share "what a wonderful sight I saw tonight." By her account, the park was filled with people who were there for the first cross country meet to take place on the new course through the woods. She says its "great to see Craig Park being used."...
Froderman has Grand Champion (08/27/03)
Beau Froderman won the top award of Grand Champion Barrow at the Indiana State Fair on Aug. 7, 2003, with his crossbred barrow named Leroy. For a swine exhibitor, that is an honor that compares with only one other in the United States which is the Houston Livestock Show. Indiana sets the bar for the nation with its Grand Barrow Drive at the State Fair...
25 consider vocational change (08/27/03)
About 25 local people attended the "Becoming a Teacher" meeting Monday evening at North Clay Middle School. Indiana University and Clay Community Schools hosted the event, which allowed individuals who may be interested in teaching in the future to acquire information on how to achieve that goal...
Knights even record with road loss to Warriors (08/27/03)
Emily Pugh climbs a hill in the wooded section of Northview's new Craigue Park course that was debuted during Tuesday's meet. Pugh won the girls meet in a time of 16:26 that will be recorded as the course record. After being able to relish a victory over the team that downed them in sectional play last year, the Northview tennis squad was brought back to Earth by a talented Danville Warrior team on Tuesday afternoon...
Knights debut course with wins (08/27/03)
Justin Scherb (far left) and Josh Timm (middle right) lead a pack of runners downhill during Tuesday's home meet for the Knights. Timm finished third in the meet while Scherb was fifth as the boys team won the meet. On Tuesday afternoon the Northview cross-country teams finally got the opportunity to officially christen their new home at Craig Park versus outside competition...