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Stories from Tuesday, April 12, 2005

'California, here I come" -- Northview BPA raising money for the trip (04/12/05)
Business Professionals of America member Shayne Boyd teaches the basics of Beginning WORD to Martha Moody, Pauline Joslin and Elaine Staley. Members of the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Club at Northview High School are heading to Anaheim, Calif., on April 21 to compete at the National Business Education Association Convention...
Stoddard warns kids about cancer (04/12/05)
"I guess I never thought of 23 as middle-aged." Rick Stoddard spoke those words into a camera for a television commercial in 2000. The commercial told the story of his wife, Marie's, death due to lung cancer through snapshots and his own words. "She died from smoking cigarettes."...
City Council fighting Meth use, considering water service connections (04/12/05)
The Brazil City Council will address several items of new business at its regular session at 7 p.m. tonight. The Council will conduct first readings of three ordinances affecting city government, sales of potential Meth ingredients and water service connections:...
Local college students receive $30,000 in educational funds (04/12/05)
Two local college students will be graduating from Indiana State University next month with their financial burdens significantly eased from a $30,000 four-year scholarship. Holly Handlin, of northeast Vigo County, and Rebecca Shorter, of Seelyville, both received the Gongaware Scholarship before they entered into their freshman year at ISU...
Friends and family honor memory of murder victim in special ceremony (04/12/05)
In broad daylight at a Savannah, Ga., Sav-A-Lot parking lot, Gloria Peloquin was murdered by a robber who shot her point blank as she attempted to drive away from the parking lot. "It was just a senseless crime," Doris "Tink" Robertson said of her sister's death and the pain that endures. "She was such an incredible lady. Everyone loved her spirit and kindness towards others."...
Brazil Housing Authority offers 'more than a place to live' (04/12/05)
Mike Hagemeyer said he wants seniors and the disabled to know that the Brazil Housing Authority offers its residents more than a place to live. Hagemeyer, Housing Authority Executive Director, said apartments in the three buildings, Meridian, Cooper and Jackson Gardens, are offered on a sliding pay scale with social activities and other features for qualified residents...
Northview baseball sweeps past visiting South Putnam (04/12/05)
The Northview bats were in full swing on Saturday afternoon in perfect weather for a doubleheader. The Knights pounded out a total of 29 hits and 21 runs in sweeping a pair of games from visiting South Putnam to remain unbeaten at 5-0 this season and give the Eagles their first losses this year...
Northview - Plainfield Tennis (04/12/05)
The Northview tennis team got off to a rough start in their season opener on Monday night, dropping a 4-1 varsity decision to Plainfield. The doubles team of Ramey Hayes and Laura McCrea were the lone winner for the Knights, winning at number two doubles, 1-6, 6-2, 6-2...
Knights get Jonson one-hitter to beat Panthers (04/12/05)
The Northview Knights got a one-hit complete game shutout to defeat the visiting Bloomington South Panthers, 5-0 on Monday night. Stephanie Jonson went the distance for the Knights, earning her second win of the year and Kayla Glassburn and Casey Challandes each had a pair of hits in the game. Challandes drove home a pair of runs in the victory...
Knights shut out softball Panthers; tennis falls (04/12/05)
-Narlock wins three track events for Eels CLAY CITY -- The Linton Miners were able to defeat Clay City in track and field Monday night. The Linton boys team won 87-35 over the Eels though Clay City won a couple of events in their season opener. The 3,200 relay squad consisting of Dustin Griffith, Adam Schroer, Logan Bettenbrock and Jeff Schlack was victorious in a time of 9:03. Kyle Booe led a 1-2 finish in the discus with a toss of 128-4 and Jake Jackson was the runnerup with a throw of 123-0...
Lakers score late runs to beat softball Eels (04/12/05)
Rachel Narlock clears the bar during Monday's track meet versus Linton. Narlock won three events for the Eels. CLAY CITY -- When Clay City and Shakamak square off on the softball diamond the games are typically a dogfight and Monday was no exception...
Knights place third in Invite at Forest Park; Braves repeat (04/12/05)
Area prep golfers showed off their skills in near perfect conditions at Forest Park Golf Course at the Northview Invitational on Saturday afternoon. The Terre Haute South Braves came away with both the team and individual title as junior Travis Smith scorched the course with his best score in a high school match, recording a four-under-par-67. The Braves repeated as champions of the event, holding off Edgewood and the host Knights...
WILLIAM "BILL" O. NEIHART (04/12/05)
William "Bill" O. Neihart, 75, of Coal City passed away Sunday, April 10, 2005, at Harborside Healthcare Facility in Terre Haute. Born April 6, 1930, in Coal City, he was the son of Gilbert and Dorothy Wells Neihart. He was married to Connie Henley Niehart who survives...