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Stories from Wednesday, October 15, 2003

Firefighter sworn in at Council meeting (10/15/03)
Robert A. Lamb II gets sworn in as a Brazil firefighter by Mayor Kenny Crabb at Tuesday night's City Council meeting. Members of his family were present at City Hall to watch the event. -Council also discusses park vandalism, other items As the City Council meeting began Tuesday night, sirens could be heard from City Hall as the Northview Girls Cross Country Sectional Champs went by on a fire truck. ...
Little lady bugs can be a large problem (10/15/03)
The lucky little lady bug is not so lucky anymore and its numbers certainly are not little. The multicolored, spotted, diminutive, flying creatures that seem to be overrunning our homes is not the same cute little lady bug of childhood memories. It is somewhat controversial about when the tiny tormenting torpedoes that are invading our environment today were first introduced in this country...
County to replace old voting machines (10/15/03)
Residents won't have to worry about hanging chads or any Florida-reminiscent controversy soon, as Clay County is on its way to getting new voting machines. County Clerk Mary Brown said that the actions taken to get new machines have been "an ongoing process," and that they're still not done quite yet...
A taste of sweet victory for Northview harriers (10/15/03)
The sectional team cross-country champion Northview Lady Knights team is comprised of: (front row l-r) Mary Pugh, Shandra Kirby and Nikki Royer. (Back row l-r) Emilee Lutes, Emily Pugh, Kim Deakins and Brit Hoffman. SEELEYVILLE -- Despite competing in less than ideal conditions during Tuesday evening's Terre Haute North Cross-country Sectional, the Northview girls' team succeeded in finding the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. In fact, a double rainbow...
Northview volleyball squads fall to Panthers (10/15/03)
Northview senior Justin Scherb (left) outran Terre Haute North's Rob Roads for second place overall. After winning one of three games at the Linton Invitational on Saturday evening, the Northview volleyball teams traveled to Riverton Parke for a match versus the Panthers on Tuesday night...
Lacey Rood (10/15/03)
Lacey Rood (front left) placed 24th for Clay City while Elizabeth Effner (background) was 29th.
IRA "WAYNE" CORBIN (10/15/03)
Ira "Wayne" Corbin, 93, passed away at 4:40 a.m. Tuesday, October 14, 2003 in Holly Hill Health Care, Brazil. Born on June 3, 1910, to James M. Corbin and Effie Johnson Corbin, he was a lifelong resident of Clay County. On Jan. 12, 1931, he was united in marriage to Marion G. Barnhart Corbin in Paris, Illinois. She preceded him in death on Oct. 21, 1980...
MARGARET L. KESNER WEST VIROSTEK (10/15/03)
Magaret Virostek, 77, of Westville, Ill. and formerly of Cayuga, Ind., died at 7:15 p.m., Monday, Oct. 13, 2003 at the Waters of Covington in Covington, Ind. She was born Dec. 17, 1925 in Clinton, Ind., to Arthur and Mable Hunt Kesner. She graduated from Cayuga High School in 1943. She was employed and retired from General Electric in Danville, Ill...
CHARLOTTE M. AVE (10/15/03)
Charlotte M. Ave, 83, of Sandytown, Ind., died Sunday, Oct. 12, 2003 at 9 p.m. at her residence. She was born Aug. 6, 1920, in Sandytown, the daughter of Charles Jackson and Minnie Kelley Jackson. She was a retail clerk at JC Penney and Horney's True Value and a cook at Clinton High School...