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Stories from Wednesday, May 12, 2004

Several factors behind gas prices (05/12/04)
Brazil's Speedway charged up to $2.05 per gallon of gasoline Tuesday afternoon. As of 1 p.m., their prices were down to $1.97 per gallon. A spike in gasoline prices left many Clay County residents paying upwards of $2 a gallon to keep their cars moving Tuesday, and rumors of even more increases throughout the summer are leaving consumers edgy about their purchasing practices...
Business professional brings home national award (05/12/04)
Stephen Brannan, pictured with Northview BPA Sponsor Beth Moody, holds the plaque he was awarded for placing third at the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, recently. Northview junior Stephen Brannan placed third in Interview Skills at the recent Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio. ...
Student essayists recognized by council (05/12/04)
First, second and third place winners in the "If I were mayor, I would..." essay contest were recognized at Tuesday night's Brazil City Council meeting. Judges included Mitch Chalos, First National Bank and Trust; Pat Heffner, Brazil City Council; Robin Roeschlein, supervisor of the city water works department; the Rev. Gary Scroggins, First Presbyterian Church; Sally Schutte, Holly Hill Nursing Home; Kenny Crabb, former mayor; and Northview High School teacher Penny Arthur...
Promoters hope for 20,000 at Wavestock (05/12/04)
Waveland, Ind., is typical of most small towns in the state. It has a few streets, spread over perhaps a square mile, and a business district, including a restaurant, grocery store, liquor store and hardware store. It also has a manmade lake, operated by an independent board, where the community is hosting a country music extravaganza called Wavestock on June 5...
Knights win in baseball, golf and JV tennis (05/12/04)
Craig Trout had a hit and an RBI in Tuesday's 8-2 win over North Central. The Northview baseball team exploded for seven runs in the top of the sixth inning to blow open a tight game and pick up an 8-2 win over North Central Tuesday night. Michael Stuckey was the beneficiary of the outburst, picking up the complete game pitching victory by allowing just two hits, both runs were unearned. He struck out three while walking five in the win...
YMCA Champions (05/12/04)
The winners of the third through fifth grade YMCA girls volleyball tournament are: (front row l-r) Shailyn Ennis, Samantha Montague and Samantha Swayze. (Back row l-r) Allie Haddon, Haley Stultz, Briana Cook, Kalyn Beil and Coach Beil. (Not pictured) Nikki Singer...
GLENN ALBERT NESTY (05/12/04)
Glenn Albert Nesty, 92, of Bayside, Calif., died on April 21, 2004, in his home. He was born Dec. 23, 1911, to William H. Nesty and Esther Peakman Nesty and grew up in Harmony, Ind. He obtained his bachelor's degree from DePauw University and his doctorate in chemistry from the University of Illinois, where he met Martha Brooks, who later became his wife until she died in 1994...