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Stories from Monday, September 14, 2009

Constitution proclamation (09/14/09)
Brazil residents Saralu Young (middle) and Janice Bedwell, both members of the Fort Harrison Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, watch Brazil Mayor Ann Bradshaw sign a proclamation Monday morning declaring Sept. 17-23, 2009 as Constitution Week. ...
Born Learning Trail now open (09/14/09)
Children and parents now have a new interactive learning tool at their disposal. The Born Learning Trail at Forest Park was officially opened Monday, allowing parents to encourage children to begin learning at a younger age. "Research tells us children are literally born learning," United Way Success By 6 Leadership Committee Chair Nancy Rogers said. ...
'Big Green Tractors!' (09/14/09)
A handful of Northview High School students elected to drive their tractors to school Monday morning to celebrate the beginning of the school's Homecoming week. The students parked the tractors in the parking lot at Kennedy's Crossing Bingo Hall. (Below) NHS senior Troy Pierce gets on his tractors and readies to head home...
NHS Homecoming candidates, court (09/14/09)
The 2009 Northview High School Fall Homecoming queen candidates include (front, from left) Lauren Reberger and Jessica Lake (back) and Breeanna Fagg, Emilie Gottsche and Carli Coughanowr. Members of the 2009 Northview High School Fall Homecoming Court include (front, from left) freshmen Hannah McGinty and Courtney Maccarone, (middle) sophomores Caleena Myers and Kylie McKee, (back) and juniors Shelby Davis and Shelby French...
Knights roll to easy WIC volleyball win (09/14/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview volleyball team checked off another conference win on Monday night, using a dominant service game and taking advantage of West Vigo errors to claim a 25-2, 25-14, 25-19 WIC win that pushes the Knights' mark to 4-0 and 12-3 overall...
Knights blank Rox (09/14/09)
The Northview High School tennis squad passed its Monday test, blanking Rockville one day before facing Edgewood in a key Western Indiana Conference showdown. Even after coming away with a 5-0 win, the NHS netters all echoed the same sentiment following Monday's victory...
North Clay seventh-grade downs Cascade (09/14/09)
Staff Report The North Clay seventh-grade football team powered to a 32-6 victory on Wednesday evening at Cascade. The Knights were denied an early score in the first quarter as Derek Mills took a handoff to the left and raced to paydirt, however, a penalty flag brought the ball back. Several plays later, Mills wasn't going to be denied as he found the endzone again. The two-point conversion was denied, but North Clay grabbed the lead...
Lillian Rosalie Bridgewater (09/14/09)
Lillian Rosalie Bridgewater, 86, Brazil, died Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born April 28, 1923, in Clay County, as the daughter of Ross M. and Anna Logan Evans. Following graduation from high school, she graduated from West Penn University nursing program as a Registered Nurse and began her nursing career at West Pennsylvania Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pa. She continued her education at Notre Dame University, where she received her Master's degree in nursing...
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