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Stories from Wednesday, January 22, 2003

First Clay County baby of 2003 born (01/22/03)
Amee Embry holds her daughter, the first Clay County baby of 2003. The baby's father, Aaron Hartman and brother, Devin Gullett, are also pictured. Clay County's first baby has arrived. Alexus Cora Hartman was born Jan. 5 at Union Hospital, Terre Haute...
Trooper won't be prosecuted, may face discipline (01/22/03)
Parke County Prosecutor Steve Cvengros released his decision not to prosecute the Indiana State Police trooper accused of offering to tear up a traffic ticket in exchange for sex. "After careful consideration, I believe there is insufficient evidence to prove the trooper committed a criminal act, and therefore, no criminal charge will be filed. However, this does not prevent the Indiana State Police from disciplining the trooper," Cvengros said in a press release Tuesday afternoon...
Over the top! (01/22/03)
Even though the economy has been weak, even though there have been threats of war with Iraq and rumors of higher gasoline prices, the Clay County United Way has met and exceeded its $101,000 goal. That means many Clay County people will receive services that might have been curtailed, if not for the generosity of their neighbors...
Moreau named Democrat Party chair (01/22/03)
Newly-appointed officers for the Democratic Party are (from left) Linda Moreau, chairperson, Vickie Lawhorn, secretary and Guy Dickerson, vice chair. Linda Moreau was unanimously chosen to head the Democratic Party in Clay County Tuesday night. "We need focus here, and we need the people to know that Clay County is a moving county," Moreau said. "I guarantee I'll work hard for you."...
Congressman speaks out on I-69, Iraq (01/22/03)
I-69 will be good for Indiana, according to Congressman John Hostettler. The congressman stopped by The Times office Tuesday to talk about issues facing Hoosiers today. "I-69 will benefit Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center, which will be the last active military base in Indiana, once Newport Army Chemical Depot has had the VX gas neutralized and the base closed," Hostettler said. ...
Knights travel to Brown County for Saturday game (01/22/03)
By the time Northview takes the court for their road game versus Brown County on Saturday night, they will have had a full week to recover from a heartbreaking loss to rival Terre Haute South at home Friday and what was a pretty difficult WIC game versus South Vermillion on Saturday...
Eels look to rebound against dangerous Golden Arrows squad (01/22/03)
The Clay City Eels' schedule doesn't get an iota easier this week as their brutal slate continues with the Sullivan Golden Arrows on Friday night. The only bright spot is that they get to play at home for the second game in a row, just one week after falling to Class 2A No. 6 Eastern (Greene) 54-47...
Northview's Nelson Norton (01/22/03)
Northview's Nelson Norton (sitting) grimaces as Greencastle's Jeremy Butler keeps him from escaping during the third period of their Tuesday night overtime match. Butler would eventually win in overtime, 9-7.