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Stories from Friday, October 3, 2003

China Ensemble to perform at Indiana State (10/03/03)
Music from China Ensemble will perform as part of the Indiana State University Visiting Artist Concert Series at 7:30 p.m. Oct.7 in the recital hall of the Center for Performing and Fine Arts. The center is located at Seventh and Chestnut streets. During the Oct. 7 performance, former ISU faculty member Dr. Dorothy Chang will have a new work commissioned by Music from China...
Local industry: Technifab Products, Inc. (10/03/03)
When most people hear "cryogenics," they think frozen bodies. Walt Disney was (falsely) rumored to be frozen, as were other celebrities. Technifab Products, Inc. has been in the business of selling cryogenic equipment for over ten years, though they don't have any part in the freezing of humans...
St. Mary-of-the-Woods to host Wabash Valley Race for the Cure (10/03/03)
The 2003 Komen Wabash Valley Race for the Cure will be held Oct. 18 at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. Opening ceremonies and Survivor Tributes will be held at 9 a.m. and the Celebration Fun Walk/Run will begin at 9:30 a.m. The 5K race will begin at 10 a.m., and will be led by the Honorary Chairs of the Race, the Indiana State University Women's Basketball Team...
Magazine says Cinergy is among 100 best companies for working mothers (10/03/03)
CINCINNATI-- Cinergy Corp. (NYSE:CIN), the parent company of PSI Energy, Indiana's largest electric supplier, has been named by Working Mother magazine to its annual list of America's 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers. This is the seventh consecutive year Cinergy has appeared on the list...
Briley Ditch lawsuit settled (10/03/03)
Thad Shidler and Clay County has reached a settlement over Briley Ditch, also known as Briley Creek. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Thursday that the county has agreed to pay $10,000 and place an additional $5,000 in an account to manage replacement wetlands...
Going along for the ride (10/03/03)
Luke and Jacob Johnson of Terre Haute enjoy a ride at the Popcorn Festival's carnival. The Dragon, their first ride of the day, brought them much enjoyment, according to their father. "They're having a really good time," he said. Festival schedule:...
Elizabeth Effner (10/03/03)
Elizabeth Effner placed fifth overall for Clay City in Thursday's meet against Terre Haute North with a time of 18:10.
Megan Love and Northview (10/03/03)
Megan Love and Northview faced South Vermillioin on Thursday night on the road. Results will be available Saturday.
North Clay boys finish unbeaten season, girls win (10/03/03)
Emily Pugh took the top spot for the Northview girls versus South Putnam on Wednesday night. The girls squad won 16-39 over the Eagles. The North Clay boys cross-country team capped an undefeated dual meet season by sweeping the top 13 places against host South Putnam on Wednesday night for a 15-50 victory...
Huggler registers course record despite Patriot win (10/03/03)
CLAY CITY -- Clay City's Andy Huggler has come close to the course record on his home turf, but has narrowly missed. That is until Thursday evening. Huggler went out hard against a tough Terre Haute North squad and held on at the end for a strong 16:50 that lowered an eight-year old course record at Clay City High School...
KEVIN DOUGLAS BARCLAY (10/03/03)
Kevin Douglas Barclay, 38, of Indianapolis, formerly of Terre Haute, died Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2003, in St. Francis Hospital, Beech Grove, Ind. Born Nov. 17, 1964, he was the son of Herbert and Ardelia Yates Barclay. He was a graduate of Terre Haute South High School, Indiana Vocational Technical College and was an avid Patsy Cline fan...
RUBY I. VANNESS (10/03/03)
Ruby I. VanNess, 79, of rural Brazil, collapsed at her home late Monday evening and was later pronounced dead at midnight on Tuesday, Oct. 2 at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was being treated by a physician for a heart condition. She was born in the Asherville community of Clay County on May 26, 1924, the daughter of Roy Vern Lucas and Anna Marie Bullerdick Lucas. A graduate of Staunton High School, she later attended Indiana Business College in Terre Haute...