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Stories from Wednesday, June 8, 2005

Morning crash sends injured man to hospital (06/08/05)
While traveling eastbound on U.S. 40 shortly before 8 a.m. today, a motorcyclist drove into the back of a Growers Co-Op sprayer turning into a field on the south side of the road. When Clay County Sheriff's Department personnel arrived on the scene, the victim, who had a helmet but was not wearing it at the time of the accident, was alert but had sustained extensive injuries. The victim's name has not been released as of press time...
Mansfield Biker Bash fighting MS this weekend (06/08/05)
The Eighth Annual Deidra's Biker Bash, a family event that benefits the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, is set for June 10-11 at Mansfield. "We started the fundraiser eight years ago in honor of my daughter," organizer Maggie Hargis told The Brazil Times...
16 middle school students punished after food fight (06/08/05)
The last few days of school can be an adrenaline rush for both teachers and students as everyone makes plans to enjoy the summer break. But they can also be filled with mischief as outgoing students try to think up new ways to make their final moments in school memorable...
Disabled student learns through technology (06/08/05)
Ivy Herron photo Sharon Sanders signs for her daughter Jessica during a discussion with Clay Community School Corporation's Coordinator of Outsource Learning Informational Services Carolyn Kumpf about the two-way videoconferencing equipment at Northview High School. The new technology allowed Jessica to study American Sign Language for her Academic Honors Diploma...
Bullying (06/08/05)
The Brazil Times is preparing an article about bullies in schools. If you are a student, parent or teacher who has been involved with bullying, please call reporter Ivy Herron at 446-2216, ext. 234.
Knights overwhelm Golden Bears 15 to 3 in regional at Shelbyville (06/08/05)
SHELBYVILLE -- -- A Northview Knights high school baseball season that seemed almost dead a month ago after the Big-4 Tournament reached new heights Tuesday night in the Class 4A Regional at Shelbyville High School. Putting together an awesome display of hitting and power hitting at the same time, Northview overwhelmed the host Shelbyville Golden Bears 15-3 to capture their first Class 4A high school baseball regional championship...