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Stories from Thursday, May 22, 2003

Tempel family fund will aid Posey Twp. firefighters (05/22/03)
The Larry and Martha Tempel family of Staunton established the Posey Township Volunteer Fire Department Endowment Fund in December through a donation to the Clay County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Wabash Valley Community Foundation, Inc...
Lilly Endowment recognizes Clay County CAPE program as one of best in Indiana, source says (05/22/03)
Minnis and Associates says that Lilly Endowment Inc. is extremely pleased with the way Clay County is utilizing the CAPE grant (Community Alliances to Promote Education). "According to Sara B. Cobb, Endowment vice president for education, Clay has one of the better CAPE programs in the state," Bill Minnis said, whose firm was hired to assist in the grant writing process...
Blue Bonnet to re-open in June (05/22/03)
The Blue Bonnet Restaurant, U.S. 40W, should be re-opening in the middle of June. The Times called owner Sam Stoll at his Evansville restaurant Tuesday. Stoll said the Blue Bonnet was closed in February for remodeling to accommodate a menu change. About that same time Stoll opened up a restaurant in Evansville. The new business demanded much of Stoll's time and he was unable to give the needed attention to the Brazil restaurant...
Clay City students to be given awards Wednesday (05/22/03)
Clay City Elementary School would like to invite all interested family members to attend their Second Semester Student Awards Programs Wednesday in the gym. The program will be about 45 to 60 minutes long with awards for afternoon kindergarten and grades 1, 2 and 3 starting at 1 p.m. and awards for grades 4 and 5 beginning at 2...
Former Democratic Party chair runs for governor (05/22/03)
Democrat candidate for governor Joe Andrew addesses a crowd at Terre Haute Hulman Field Airport Wednesday. TERRE HAUTE-- Democrat Joe Andrew pounded the podium with a determined fist as he stressed that Indiana's next governor will have to bring enthusiasm, energy and salesmanship to promoting Indiana while he spoke to a small crowd at Terre Haute International Airport-Hulman Field -Terre Haute Air Center Wednesday...
Northview gets first round tennis victory (05/22/03)
Northview senior Amy Robbins swept past No. 1 singles opponent Nicole Stone of South Putnam to help lead the Knights to the second round of sectionals tonight at 4:30 p.m. The Northview Knights continued the dominance of their tennis sectional with a first round win over the South Putnam Eagles on Wednesday night, 5-0. The victory will advance the Knights to tonight's second round versus Owen Valley at 4:30 p.m...
Brooke Yocom (05/22/03)
No. 2 singles player Brooke Yocom defeated her opponent, 7-5, 6-0 to help the Knights to a sectional win.
Youth softball league results (05/22/03)
In junior league softball this week, Jack's Fine Foods defeated Spun Metals, 15-10. Katie Smith and Alex Wallen pitched for the winning team and Smith added a triple. Wallen, Daisha Fry and Marie Vanatti had doubles and Krissey Johanningsmeier, Hannah Van Horn, Wallen and Branham had singles. Vanatti had a pair of singles...
Knights baseball wins wild affair (05/22/03)
Tyler Broady (#41) would pick up two hits, two RBI's and score two runs in the Knights win over Edgewood. The Northview Knights capped off a wild 13-12 victory over Edgewood on Wednesday night as Andrew Griffin crossed with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning on a balk...
Knights and Eels have top seeds for track sectionals (05/22/03)
The Terre Haute North Patriots will be looking for a sweep of their track and field sectional today when they take on 10 other squads in hopes of capturing a team title like their girls' team did on Tuesday night. The Patriots will join rival Terre Haute South as a favorite along with one of the best Sullivan squads in recent history...
MORGAN SHEPHERD (05/22/03)
Morgan Shepherd, 71, of Cloverdale died Wednesday, May 21, 2003, at Putnam County Hospital, Greencastle, Ind. He was a retired regulator mechanic for Citizens Gas, Indianapolis. Memberships included Faith Baptist Church, Cunot, Ind. Born Sept. 8, 1931, in Logan W. Va., he was the son of James and Emily (Dempsey) Shepherd...
JOSEPHINE C. WERNE (05/22/03)
Josephine C. Werne, 85, of St. Meinrad, Ind., died Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at noon at the Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center. She was born June 9, 1917, in Detroit, Mich. She was the daughter of Mary Elizabeth Beckman and John A. Kunkler. She married Victor Werne June 9, 1938. He preceded her in death on Oct. 12, 1984...