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Stories from Friday, November 21, 2003

Mailbox vandals could face hefty charges (11/21/03)
Note this: Violators could be fined up to $250,000 or imprisoned up to three years for each act of vandalism Source: Title 18, United State Code, Section 1705 A state law also provides for fines up to $1,000 and/or up to six months in jail. Source: Clay County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Bob Pell...
Moore to tell tale about her mother, the Army Air Corps nurse (11/21/03)
There were only about 500 Army Air Corps flight nurses during World War II. Brazil resident, Rose Sellmer, who will celebrate her 83rd birthday Saturday, was one of them. Sellmer's daughter, Vanita Moore, co-owner of Moore's Funeral Home, is a nationally recognized story teller. ...
Initial autopsy results inconclusive (11/21/03)
No cause has yet been determined for the death of Kodi B. Pipes, 13, of Clay City. The teenager collapsed during basketball practice at Clay City High School on Wednesday night. He died at 9:02 p.m. after being transferred to St. Vincent Clay Hospital by ambulance...
Art teacher honored (11/21/03)
The Art Education Association of Indiana held its annual conference in Indianapolis on November 7-8. This organization has over 500 members and consists of art educators from elementary, middle, secondary and higher education divisions. Rhea Hood, Clay Community Schools art teacher, received the President's Award. The award is bestowed on individuals for service and outstanding dedication to their profession...
Say, 'Hello!' to Franklin the turtle (11/21/03)
Emily and Macey Johnson visit with Franklin the Turtle at the Brazil Public Library on Thursday night. Franklin, a character from his own educational books and television program, was at the library to celebrate Children's Book Week. The evening with Franklin also included making turtles out of cookies and candy and they received a party bag. ...
The 2003 boys cross-country team (11/21/03)
The 2003 boys cross-country team: (from l-r) Nick Colwell, Logan Wegner, Justin Scherb (MVP-course record holder), Cam King (MVP - underclassmen), Matt Brand (captain), Josh Timm (Most improved), Jarrod Reece (captain), Hunter Reberger, Drew White, Kyle Colson, Ryan Thompson...
Cross-country awards presented (11/21/03)
The 2003 girls cross-country team: (from l-r) Brit Hoffman, Kim Deakins (MVP), Nikki Royer (Inspiration Award), Shandra Kirby (Leadership), Mary Pugh (Most Improved), Emily Pugh (Outstanding Performer-course record holder) and Emilee Lutes. The 2003 cross-country season will go down as one of the best in Northview history and Wednesday the athletes were awarded by their coaches...
MARGRETTA RAPER CASSEL (11/21/03)
Margretta Raper Cassel, 104, of Brazil died Tuesday, Nov. 18, 1003, in her residence. Born June 4, 1899, in Clay County, she was the daughter of John and Martha Margretta Morgan Stevenson. A graduate of Brazil High School, she owned The Brazil Daily Times and the Monticello Herald newspapers in her lifetime...
KODI BRADEN PIPES (11/21/03)
Kodi Braden Pipes, 13, of Clay City, died Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2003, after collapsing during basketball practice. Born Jan. 24, 1990, in Terre Haute, he was the son of John Pipes and Ronna Timberman. He was in the 8th grade at Clay City Junior High School. An exceptional student, he achieved all As...
DENVER D. MOORE (11/21/03)
Denver D. Moore, 62, of Brazil died at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2003, at his home. Born on Jan. 4, 1941, in Brazil, he was the son of Roy and Vicie Rogers Moore who have preceded him in death. A graduate of Van Buren High School, he was an Army veteran who served in Vietnam...