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Stories from Wednesday, September 8, 2004

Living the american dream (09/08/04)
Eric Shanks looks around one of the DIRECTV buildings in Los Angeles in May. Eric was included in an internal DIRECTV employee magazine introducing some of the new people that came over from the Fox Network. Submitted Photo Part 1 of 3 The American dream is alive and well. Brazil native Eric Shanks is a prime example that people can still be successful and reach the top with hard work, dedication and determination...
And the winner is... (09/08/04)
Jan Stapp and Vicki Mace, Brazil Business Women of Vision, are the latest recipients of Mayor Tom Arthur's Community Improvement Award. The award is given in recognition of all the improvements the group has made to downtown Brazil. The flower pots that line National Avenue "add real charm to the downtown area. This is just one of many projects that these ladies take on," Arthur said in a prepared statement...
Paramedic service may be on its way (09/08/04)
Clay County is on its way to having paramedic-level ambulance care, according to the Clay County Commissioners. In their monthly meeting Tuesday morning, the board discussed the possiblity of bringing paramedic-level care to the county as early as January of 2005. The three commissioners went over a list of criteria with area healthcare representatives, including members of Air Evac, Athens Ambulance, and St. Vincent Clay Hospital...
Eels and Knights' harriers victorious (09/08/04)
Northview sends a pack of runners ahead of South Vermillion's trio of competitors during Tuesday's WIC dual meet. With the South Vermillion Wildcats limited on numbers, the Northview cross country teams romped to an easy victory in a WIC dual meet on Tuesday...
Northview tennis squad falls to Putnam County foe (09/08/04)
Shane Cooper serves during a match earlier this season. Cooper and number one doubles partner, Clint Grey lost a two set decision to Greencastle Tuesday. The Northview tennis squad lost a dual match at home on Tuesday night, dropping a 4-1 decision to Greencastle...
Northview's battle falls short versus Cascade (09/08/04)
Heather Palmer dives for a dig during Tuesday's match versus Cascade. Facing off with the state's eighth-ranked 2A volleyball team in the Cascade Cadets, the Northview Knights held their own through a four-set loss, 22-25, 13-25, 25-21, 19-25. The Knights proved they were a worth adversary in a thrilling first set despite trailing throughout the set...
Emily Pugh (09/08/04)
Emily Pugh won the girls cross country race on Tuesday.
FRANCES HAMILTON (09/08/04)
Frances Hamilton, 86, of Knightsville, died at 6:15 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7, in St. Vincent Clay Hospital where she was admitted last Thursday. Born in Brazil on Oct. 29, 1917, her parents were John Steuerwald and Mahala Tribble Steuerwald. She was a 1936 graduate of Brazil High School...
DAVID A. COOPER (09/08/04)
David A. Cooper, 49, of Brazil, died at 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2004, at The Waters of Greencastle in Greencastle. Born March 19, 1955, in Brazil, he was the son of Arthur and Marilyn Davis Cooper who have preceded him in death. He attended Brazil High School. Following high school, he was employed at Lear Corp. in Greencastle. He enjoyed being outdoors and fishing with friends...