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Stories from Friday, January 24, 2003

Cold weather chore (01/24/03)
Becky Doyle, Brazil, braves the frigid temperatures Wednesday afternoon to wash the sand and salt off her car after the last snow. Soon after, wind chills dropped to 20 degrees below zero.
Building won't be cleaned up soon (01/24/03)
More than four months after the fire that destroyed a local landmark, the Movieland USA building, damaged from the fire and demolition of the Arketex building at Walnut Street and National Avenue, is still gathering dust and complaints. "We have tried on several occasions to contact Bob Shuee, the owner of the building," said Mayor Kenneth Crabb. "He is currently in Florida, and he hasn't returned our calls."...
Local man headed to Turkey with National Guard (01/24/03)
TERRE HAUTE -- A Center Point man is among the National Guard force headed for Turkey. Indiana Air National Guard's 181st Fighter Wing, located at Terre Haute International Airport-Hulman Field, plans to soon deploy about 200 of its members to Turkey in support of the U.S. Air Force's Aerospace Expeditionary Force 8...
Advice sought for program priorities (01/24/03)
The West Central Indiana Economic Development District Inc. will have a public hearing at 10 a.m. Feb. 21 at the Vigo County Public Library, Seventh and Poplar streets in Terre Haute. This hearing is to receive input regarding priority services as well as review of the recently completed needs assessment for the Area 7 Agency on Aging and Disabled's proposed four year Area Plan which begins FY2004 (July 1, 2003-June 30, 2004)...
Sculley assigned to Clay County (01/24/03)
Doris Sculley has recently been assigned to Clay County by the National Resources Conservation Service as District Conservationist. She has replaced Greg Wegner. Sculley has a B.S. degree from Purdue University in Agricultural Education. Her professional activities include being a member of the Hoosier Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society, The National Association of Conservation Districts, and the Owen-Monroe Cattlemen's Club...
Adamson's class studys working world of transportation (01/24/03)
Jackson Township Elementary School students, teachers, support staff and bus drivers toured a 45-foot entertainer coach owned and driven by Marvin Clarke of Northern Gold Coaches from Bowling Green earlier this month. Marilyn Adamson's second grade class was studying a social studies unit about the working world of transportation. Clarke, Adamson's brother, has owned and driven busses since 1991...
New math teacher at alternative school (01/24/03)
Two weeks ago, Matt Renn accepted his first teaching job in Clay County after graduating from Indiana State University two years ago. He teaches math at the new alternative school and a lot of it. He has seventh and eighth grade math, problem solving, pre-algebra, algebra and geometry to middle, junior and high students and teaches keyboarding, physical education and seventh and eighth grade English. ...
Visiting T-Birds present challenge for Knights (01/24/03)
After a week of rest, recuperation and practices, the Northview Knights get to hit the court versus the North Central Thunderbirds tonight. The contest should be the Knights biggest test since a home tilt with WIC foe Edgewood back on Dec. 21. In that game, Northview came from behind to win 57-53 and extend their winning streak to five games. ...