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Stories from Thursday, October 2, 2003

Local daycare gets national certification (10/02/03)
One of Bestcare's little clients takes a nod during naptime. Barbara Houk, owner of Bestcare, recently received accreditation from the National Association for Family Childcare, a group out of Salt Lake City. Though some daycare operators can only claim to provide top-notch service, Barbara Houk can prove it...
Popcorn Festival info clarified (10/02/03)
There has been some confusion and some inaccurate publicity distributed about the Popcorn Festival carnival, said a Mid-America Shows representative Wednesday. "We know this is the first time the committee has put together a festival," said W. Clayton Howe Wednesday. "But, we need to get the correct information out. We hope to have a long and happy relationship with the festival."...
Parks Board says to 'leave the nuts alone' (10/02/03)
People have been taking nuts from Forest Park this fall, which means a lot of squirrels may go hungry this winter. This issue was discussed at last night's Brazil Parks Board meeting at City Hall. Board treasurer John Tilley said the nuts are food for the squirrels. Board Secretary Caroline McCullough explained that while many people leave corn at the park for the squirrels, the nuts have significantly more nutritional value. The Board requested that people please leave the nuts in the park...
Clay City boys win TRC, girls second; volleyball wins (10/02/03)
Clay City's Andy Huggler won the TRC Conference meet on Tuesday night at Shakamak in 16:40. Clay City's cross-country teams enjoyed their first taste of post-season running on Tuesday evening as the boys won the Tri-River Conference meet and the girls placed second...
Northview must re-focus after last week's victory (10/02/03)
One week after posting 'the biggest win in school history' on the gridiron versus 4A's top-ranked Vincennes last Saturday, the Knights refocus for a road trip to Clinton this Friday. The South Vermillion Wildcats have had their ups and downs this season with a victory last week over Rockville 28-25 to move to 2-4 this season. However, there has also been a 70-13 debacle versus West Vigo, a 50-8 thumping by Greencastle and a 68-7 pasting by Brown County to open the year...
Emily Lutes (10/02/03)
Emily Lutes and the Knights faced South Putnam on Wednesday night. Results will be available in Friday's paper.
Rena Ramos (10/02/03)
Rena Ramos had three kills and three blocks for the Clay City Eels in a victory on Tuesday.
EDNA L. SMITH (10/02/03)
Edna L. Smith, 76, of Brazil, died Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2003, at 3:19 p.m. in Union Hospital. Born July 19, 1927, in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Ren and Fay Glitz McCullough. She graduated from Reelsville High School. On Oct. 15, 1949, she married Arthur Smith. He preceded her in death May 8, 2001...
THOMAS L. SALYERS (10/02/03)
Thomas L. Salyers, 94, formerly of Coal City, died at 6:55 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2003, at the Residence at McCormick's Creek in Spencer. Born May 3, 1909, he was the son of Hugh and Logusta McSchooler Salyers who have preceded him in death. On Sept. 29, 1930, he married Florence Onita Spurling in Indianapolis. She preceded him in death on Nov. 14, 1977...