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Stories from Wednesday, March 3, 2004

Before fire strikes ... (03/03/04)
The Brazil City Fire Department has undertaken a project, pre-incident planning, that will aid the firefighters in putting out fires that may occur inside local businesses. During their pre-incident surveys, the men are also giving helpful tips on how to make the stores safer and more easily accessible...
Girls make history (03/03/04)
North Clay Winter Guard captains (from left) Brooke Phillips, Mara Mayle, Katlyn Hogue, and Chelsea Trackwell with their 1st place trophy. The North Clay Middle School Winter Guard made history Saturday at New Palestine High School by competing for the first time ever. ...
Pearman announces ed. platform for 8th district (03/03/04)
Submitted by Bill Pearman, Democrat candidate for Indiana's 8th District Congressional seat Bill Pearman, candidate for Democratic Congressman from Indiana's 8th district has announced his new education program for Indiana -- No Blame, No excuses...
'Bye, Bye Birdie' to be presented (03/03/04)
Northview Drama and Music Departments will present the musical comedy, "Bye, Bye Birdie," on March 12-13. With book by Michael Stewart, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams, and originally produced by Edward Padula, the show tells the story of Conrad Birdie, a rock and roll singer, who is about to be inducted into the army...
Young Northview artists display their creations (03/03/04)
Art club members Neil Brown, Laura Whitesell and Karen Pell and teacher Traci Miller stand amidst some of the items on display at the Second Annual Northview High School Art Show at Riddell National Bank. The works of about 20 Northview art students, including Whitesell, were set up Thursday afternoon at the bank's main branch on National Avenue. They will remain on display there throughout March, which is Youth Art Month...
Clay City collars Bulldogs to advance (03/03/04)
Clay City's Jared Defore goes up for two of his nine points in Tuesday's sectional win over Union (Dugger). SWITZ CITY -- The Clay City Eels passed their first sectional test on Tuesday night with a 66-35 victory over Union (Dugger) that earned them the right to face Bloomfield who escaped with a 30-29 comeback win over Shakamak...
PAUL LANGLEY (03/03/04)
Paul Langley, 85, of Brazil, died Tuesday, March 2, 2004, at the Clay Health Center. Born July 31, 1919, in Brazil, he was the son of Scott and Clara Asher Langley. He lived for a short time in a group home at Crawfordsville, Ind. He has been a resident of several nursing homes during his lifetime. He used to ride his bike in the brazil area and enjoyed going to the Fourth of July celebration. He enjoyed fishing and spending time with his family...