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Stories from Tuesday, February 11, 2003

SR 340/U.S. 40/CR 700W consturction planned despite opposition (02/11/03)
Property owners, other concerned citizens oppose reconstruction of this intersection. An Indiana Department of Transportation study says it is dangerous and will become more so, as traffic increases in the future. Clay County residents are not happy and they have made their feelings known. At issue is Indiana Department of Transportation's decision to change the intersection of U.S. 40, SR 340 and CR 700W (Miami Gardens Road) at the Vigo County line...
Sign of spring (02/11/03)
Andy Byrer was one of about half a dozen customers to patronize Dairy Queen during a snow and sleet storm Monday morning. Byrer didn't go for a frozen treat; he preferred a hot sandwich. The store, at the corner of U.S. 40 and South Union Street, opened for the season Monday, proving spring must be around the corner. Byrer was served by employee Shelly Lambert. Lambert expected business to pick up after school...
Parke County quads are 1-year-old (02/11/03)
Mom, Colleen Crandell, holds son Cyrus and "twin" Kelsey while Dad, Cy, corrals little Alyssa and "twin" Chloe at home Jan. 25. Kelsey seems to be asking if there's room for one more on Daddy's lap. "We're overwhelmed with just how enjoyable they are," beamed Colleen Crandell talking about her one-year-old quadruplets. "How many hugs? How many smiles? You don't get that many with just one."...
Siner to be sentenced March 3 (02/11/03)
Christopher L. Siner has pleaded guilty to dealing and manufacturing illegal drugs and will be sentenced March 3 in Clay Circuit Court. Monday was his original court date. Siner, 41, of 5661 W. CR 1300S, Jasonville, changed his not guilty plea filed July 13, 2002, to guilty of Dealing and Manufacturing a Schedule 2 Controlled Substance, a Class B. felony. The crime is punishable by up to 10 years in prison...
Freshman adds scoring punch for young Eels (02/11/03)
Going strictly by appearances Clay City point guard Whitney McWilliams wouldn't strike most people as a dangerous basketball player. But upon watching her guide an Eels' team that has had more than their fair share of difficulties this season, you'd realize you were wrong...