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Stories from Thursday, February 6, 2003

Clay, other school corporations look ahead (02/06/03)
Dennis Costerison, IASBO, Roger Thornton, IAPSS, and Frank Bush, ISBA, speak at the Statehouse Tuesday about Governor Frank O'Bannon's proposed education budget. The three organizations previously surveyed school corporations to determine the impact budget cuts will have on education...
Reading is important (02/06/03)
Northview High School basketball player Logan Whitman reads to Terri Potter's kindergarten class at East Side Elementary School Wednesday. Whitman participates in Reading is Fundalmental's Read With A Friend program.
Engineers to perform in concert Saturday (02/06/03)
TERRE HAUTE -- Students, faculty and staff from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology will reflect upon the past while celebrating the first Engineers in Concert program in the college's new Hatfield Hall Theater on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The show is free and open to the public...
Parke County redevelopment director resigns (02/06/03)
ROCKVILLE, Ind. -- The Parke County Redevelopment Commission has accepted the resignation of Executive Director Mary Helen Weisheit effective Jan. 31 and has begun a search for her replacement. "We accepted her resignation with regret, but acknowledged the nature and scope of her new position and wish her the very best of luck'", said George Nicolas, president of the Redevelopment Commission...
Special player breaks special mark (02/06/03)
I've had the opportunity to see some pretty special high school basketball players in my time in Indiana and Pennsylvania. I was lucky enough to be in Carlisle, Pennsylvania for my middle school years and watch a 17-18 year old Billy Owens, pre-Syracuse, pre-NBA do obscene things to playground rims...