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Stories from Tuesday, September 30, 2003

Lifting The Stress Away (09/30/03)
Peggy Berry bench presses 165 pounds during a powerlifting competition at the Indiana State Fair on Aug. 16. Upon performing this lift, she earned an Indiana state record in the 132-pound Master II (ages 50 to 54) Women's division. Berry has participated in this sport for several years and is looking forward to the YMCA Popcorn Festival Powerlifting Competition scheduled for Oct. 4...
Farm Bureau betters ag life (09/30/03)
Note: This is the third in an ongoing series about local service clubs. If you are a member of a service club that you believe deserves recognition, please e-mail Evan Wade. Though they aren't a "service club" in the strictest sense of the phrase, Clay County's Farm Bureau does a lot to help area agricultural businesses...
Oehler appointed to ISMA Board (09/30/03)
INDIANAPOLIS - Robert Oehler, M.D., an internal medicine physician from Brazil, Ind., was named an alternate trustee of the Indiana State Medical Association Board of Trustees. Dr. Oehler was sworn in Sept. 21 during proceedings of the ISMA annual meeting at the Westin Hotel in Indianapolis. He represents the 5th District, which includes Putnam, Clay, Vigo, Parke and Vermillion counties...
Fun times at Cory festival (09/30/03)
Brittany Hofmann of Cory (left) and Kayla Gariano of Terre Haute order lunch at the Cory Apple Festival. Quite a few people braved afternoon showers Friday to attend the event, which ended Sunday.
North Clay volleyball picks up weekend victories (09/30/03)
North Clay girls win Invite, boys take second - Eel girls take 3rd and boys are 7th Both the North Clay and Clay City junior high cross-country teams posted excellent finishes at the Shakamak Invitational this weekend. The North Clay girls team edged past Owen Valley for the team title on the strength of Tiffany Young's fourth place finish in 14:03. ...
Clay City's Lindy Jones (09/30/03)
Clay City's Lindy Jones finished fifth in the Shakamak Invitational on Saturday.
Sam Spencer and Chris Smith (09/30/03)
Sam Spencer (right) and Chris Smith (left) were top finishers on Saturday.
LOY E. THOMAS (09/30/03)
Loy E. Thomas, 89, of Knightsville, died at 7:35 a.m., Saturday, at Cloverleaf Healthcare, where he had been a patient for over three years. Born in Putnam Co. on Aug. 19, 1914, his parents were Paul Thomas and Blanche Dillinger Thomas. He had resided in Knightsville for most of his life...