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Stories from Monday, September 15, 2003

Honoring achievement on Rotarians' special night (09/15/03)
The 2003 Brazil Rotary annual award winners were: Right, Amos Thomas, Special Award; Sally Schutte, President's Award and Randy Burns, Paul Harris Fellow. The Brazil Rotary Club had its annual Spouses and Friends Night at Traditions Saturday evening presenting top awards to three distinguished members...
Officers say man shot at Parke County sheriff before being wounded (09/15/03)
Authorities say a Parke County man was shot after shooting at the Parke County Sheriff Saturday. The Parke County Sheriff's Dept. received a 911 call at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, from Erika Rice of 1183 E. Rosedale Rd., Rosedale, Ind. Erica Rice stated that her husband, Keith Rice, 46, had a shotgun and had fired a round through the ceiling of their mobile home...
Moore Funeral Home on tour (09/15/03)
Moore Funeral Home will be featured on the Meridian-Forest Historic District Home Tour this Sunday. Anyone who has ever wondered what goes on behind closed doors at Moore Funeral Home, 142 N. Washington St., will have the opportunity to find out during the Meridian-Forest Historic District Home Tour this Sunday. Proprietors Rob and Vanita Moore plan to grant access to rooms that have never before been opened to the public...
Perfect attendance for Rotarians (09/15/03)
Amos Thomas, left, and his brother, John Thomas, received awards Saturday night at Traditions from the Brazil Rotary Club for perfect attendance. The men totaled 100 years of perfect attendance. The Brazil Rotary Club presented awards to distinguished members Saturday night at their annual Spouses and Friends Night Dinner. Many were recognized for their perfect attendance to the meetings as required by club policy...
Clay City band places first at Ben Davis (09/15/03)
The Clay City Imperial Regiment was in competition last Saturday at the Ben Davis Preview of Champions Marching Band Invitational. Clay City placed 1st in Class D competition and won caption awards for Best Visual, Best General Effect, and Best Drum Major, Janice Taney...
Northview girls win Mitchell Invitational, boys take third (09/15/03)
- Emily Pugh places second in girls race - The Northview girls cross-country team picked up an impressive team victory at the Mitchell Invitational at Cascade High School on Saturday morning. The girls squad topped a field represented by members of 17 schools with a total of 53 points, ahead of second place Danville's 67 and Greencastle's 116...
Girls golf team wins conference title, volleyball splits (09/15/03)
The 10-ranked Northview girls golf team dominated their Western Indiana Conference opponents on Saturday at Stonecrest Golf Course. The Knights finished 81 shots ahead of second place Edgewood in the WIC meet. Northview was lead by medalist Amy Thiemann's 81 on their way to a team score of 343. The second-place Mustangs were second with 424 strokes followed by West Vigo, Owen Valley and Sullivan...
JANET J. 'JAN' REED (09/15/03)
Janet J. "Jan" Reed, 59, of Lebanon, Tenn., formerly of Clay County, died Thursday, Sept. 11, 2003, at Union Hospital due to complications from cancer. Born July 19, 1944, in Clay County, she was the daughter of Robert and Katherine Cooprider Hayman...
JOE R. FISCHER (09/15/03)
Joe R. Fischer, 72, of Cory, died Thursday, Sept. 11, 2003, at Indiana University Medical Center. Born Nov. 4, 1930, in Vigo County, he was the son of Clifford Raymond and Violet Mae Hauk Fischer. He graduated from Cory High School class of 1948. He served in the U.S. Army. On Dec. 27, 1958, he married Patricia Joan Cafouras, who survives...