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Stories from Tuesday, April 27, 2004

Academic team heading for Indianapolis (04/27/04)
The Northview English Academic Team is going to the State Academic Super Bowl in Indianapolis May 8. Left: Academic Super Bowl coordinator Deanne Leohr, coach Kerin Downey, team members Melissa Chrisman, Cecilia Latta, Christina Rose, Sara Spencer and Ahnya Alstott...
Lawson waits for transplant (04/27/04)
John Berry Lawson thinks about what his future might hold if he doesn't get a pancreas transplant. By the time John Lawson was five he was giving himself insulin injections. The 40-year-old father of two was born with Type I juvenile onset diabetes mellitus. Even taking four shots of insulin a day and adhering to a proper diet, the brittle diabetic could not regulate his blood sugar...
Candidates run for School Board (04/27/04)
Dan Robbins I want Clay Community Schools to be at the "TOP" of required Annual Performance Reports using the Indiana Educational Department guidelines. I also want us to be ready for the National Educational Program called "No Child Left Behind". This program calls for stricter rules in every aspect of our children's educational lives. We must be ready to show that we care for your kids...
North Central handles Eels (04/27/04)
Clay City's Chelsee Gerber slides home with the second run for the Eels on Monday. CLAY CITY -- The North Central Ladybirds used timely hitting and a strong pitching effort from Sierra Taft to down the Clay City Eels 9-2 on Monday night. The Ladybirds got to starting Eel pitcher Kari Bettenbrock for four runs in just two innings of work and added three late, unearned runs to cement a victory...
CHESTER SLINKARD (04/27/04)
Chester Slinkard, 74, of Patricksburg, Ind., died Monday, April 26, 2004, at 4 a.m. at his residence. He was the husband of Iva Clevenger Slinkard. He spent most of his working career in Florida at Tropicana Bottling. He was a hard worker and enjoyed woodworking and carpentry...
WILLIAM T. WARREN (04/27/04)
William "Bill" T. Warren, 56, died Saturday, April 24, 2004, in Greenwood, Ind. He was a resident of Greenwood and a former resident of Brazil. Born Dec. 8, 1947, in Brazil, he was the son of Gwilym and Ilene Moberly Warren. He was a graduate of Indiana University with a bachelor's degree in business. He was an independent sales representative for the plastics industry for many years...