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Stories from Thursday, January 22, 2004

Brazil warned of contaminated water (01/22/04)
An investigation continues into what type of herbicide spilled into Little Walnut Creek in Putnam County, turning the water green for a two-mile stretch Tuesday evening. And until the specific type of herbicide is determined, residents along the creek are advised to keep livestock and domestic pets away from the tainted water...
Child molestation case begins (01/22/04)
Opening evidence began Wednesday morning in Clay Superior Court in the Glenn Culler trial. Court records say Culler, a Bowling Green resident, is accused of inappropriate sexual contact with at least four different female juveniles younger than the age of 14, between 1991 and 2002...
Park Board makes addition to mowing contracts (01/22/04)
The Brazil Park and Recreation Board reviewed all contracts for 2004 at a special meeting Wednesday night at City Hall. The mowing contracts had one addition. Cuts are to be made on the cross country track and north of the building at Craig Park equal to the number of all other contracted cuts. Mowing bids will be opened at the February meeting...
The Caddy man (01/22/04)
Jeff stands with his prized 1965 Sedan DeVille. Though the car is of the least monetary value, he prefers it to any other in his collection. Greencastle resident Jeff Shively has owned a lot of cars in his 30 years. Twelve, to be exact. He has made these cars his main hobby, interest, and at times, source of frustration...
Clay City falls short of Lakers (01/22/04)
The Clay City girls basketball program dropped their second straight contest with a 55-43 loss to Shakamak on Tuesday night. The Eels fell behind early as the Lakers got off to a 16-7 advantage after one quarter. Shakamak would get to the line 19 times compared to just six for the Eels who hit five from the line. The Lakers however would hit 13 in picking up the win...
Northview's Erika Tucker (01/22/04)
Northview's Erika Tucker and her teammates will be in action at 6 p.m. versus North Central on Friday night.