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Stories from Wednesday, February 25, 2004

Community reacts to Air Evac (02/25/04)
Clay County is preparing to officially welcome Air Evac to the area, and officials couldn't be happier. Mike Knust, President of the Clay County Board of Aviation, was busy preparing a crew trailer for the helicopter ambulance company when The Times called him last week. He said that all the hard work has paid off, and nearly everything is ready for its arrival...
Farid talks about his life, work (02/25/04)
- Final part of series Dr. Rahim Farid will retire from medical practice March 1. A retirement party was held for him last Wednesday. Prior to the party Farid was asked to share his thoughts about medicine in Clay County during his 42-year tenure and his philosophy of America, the country he adopted and loves...
Mum's the word (02/25/04)
Generations of Clay County residents remember the late John Lynch for the variety of talents he had to offer the community and the prominent businesses he ran for decades, one of which still carries his love of hard work, family and animals. John was raised on North Harrison St. ...
Area teams preparing for sectional foes (02/25/04)
Area teams found out their sectional opponents on Monday night with the Knight's road to the postseason getting started a few days later than Clay City's. The Eels will open play at the White River Valley Sectional on Tuesday night with a 7:30 p.m. contest against Union (Dugger). Bloomfield and Shakamak will kick off the hoop's action that night at 6 p.m...
JOHN B. BUTLER (02/25/04)
¬?.Butler, 58, of Columbus, Ind., died Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2004, at 6:12 a.m. at his home. He was born on April 4, 1945, in Columbus, the son of Everett "Jack" Butler and Dorothy Brooks Butler, who both preceded him in death. He married Norma K. Stevenson Butler on June 2, 1990; she survives...