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Stories from Friday, September 12, 2003

Brazil remembers Sept. 11, 2001 (09/12/03)
The front window of Brazil's Goodwill store. A display consisting of merchandise, military uniforms, along with a poem and drawing created by the daughter and son of employee Geanne Pilkin. Her daughter, Cari Joab, wrote the poem, while her son, James Culbertson, drew the picture. ...
Board hears about heat problem (09/12/03)
The Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees entertained comments from Kirk Smith of Clay City at their monthly meeting Thursday night. Smith has two children who attend Clay City Elementary School and he expressed concern over the lack of air conditioning in the school. ...
Jackson Twp. school celebrates heroes (09/12/03)
Second grader Bo Stewart examines the helmet used by Lt. Col. Kip Clark when he flies for the Indiana Air National Guard. Back, right, Danielle Head and Bryar Miller wait for their turn to look at the equipment. Jackson Twp. Elementary School had American Hero Day in observance of Sept. 11, yesterday. Patriotism was the word of the week...
Clay City boys win Invitational; girls third (09/12/03)
Clay City's Lacey Rood finished fourth in the Clay City Invitational crossing the finish line in 18:20. CLAY CITY -- As the young cross-country season edges past the 1/3 mark, Clay City's Andy Huggler appears to be rounding into shape quite nicely after a first place finish in the Clay City Invitational Thursday...
Northview tennis drops match; North Clay wins (09/12/03)
Northview tennis Sullivan 4, Northview 1 Northview won just one match with conference foe Sullivan on Thursday evening, falling four matches to one. Tyler Akers was the lone winner at No. 1 singles for the Knights, defeating Shane Noble, 6-7 (7-0), 7-5, 6-4...
GLEN D. STEARLEY (09/12/03)
Glen D. Stearley, 84, of Center Point, died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born May 10, 1919, in Clinton, Ind., the son of Thomas D. Stearley and Roseta Faught Stearley. He was the owner of the Center Point Hardware Store. He was a collector of knives and coins. He was a supporter of the Genealogy Library in Center Point and of the local volunteer fire departments...