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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Stories from Thursday, July 31, 2003

Habitat for Humanity benefits from first sandwich (07/31/03)
Habitat for Humanity of Clay County board member Judy Berry accepts a donation of nearly $100 from Bob Knierim, a former owner of Eddie's Sandwich Shop and current owner, Elaine Clarke. The drawing took place at Page's Food Store. A raffle was held to choose the first customer when the shop reopens 11 a.m. Saturday. The winner was Jennie Pell, who will be a senior at Northview High School this fall...
Jackson Twp. Band performing at state fair (07/31/03)
The Jackson Township Community Band will be performing twice at the Indiana State Fair. The first performance is Aug. 7. The JTCB will be on parade at 6:30 p.m. and in concert at 7:30 p.m. The concert takes place on the colonade of the Home and Family Arts Pavilion located on the main north/south roadway...
Literacy conference coming (07/31/03)
Teachers, assistants, child care providers, administrators, special services providers and anyone who works with children 8 years of age and younger are encouraged to attend the Clay County Literacy Conference, funded by the CAPE grant and featuring National Center for Family Literacy Training Specialist Kim Kelly. Individuals who work with the parents of children eight years and younger are also encouraged to participate...
New superintendent has Brazil ties (07/31/03)
William H. Schad says that he and his wife, formerly Penny Smith, a Brazil native, have always intended to retire here, but they're "just here a little early," as he was recently hired as the new superintendent of the Clay Community Schools Corporation. In fact, they have owned a house here since 1976...
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart (07/31/03)
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart shown here at the Terre Haute Action Track several weeks ago during the World of Outlaws' show, returns to the Brickyard this week.
STEPHEN N. MINKS (07/31/03)
Stephen N. Minks, 51, of Cloverdale passed away Tuesday, July 29, 2003, at Putnam County Hospital in Greencastle. He was born Dec. 14,1951, in Indianapolis to Gilbert Minks and Nina Susan McClure Minks Wright. He wed Brenda K. Weed on March 26, 1981...
NORMA SUE LALEN HARRIS (07/31/03)
Norma Sue Lalen Harris, 51, of Huber Heights, Ohio, died Wednesday, July 30, 2003. Born June 29, 1952, in Brazil, she was the daughter of Mary Katherine and James C. Lalen. Preceding her in death were her parents; brothers Jim and Chuck Lalen; and a sister, Tammy Lalen...