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Stories from Thursday, October 16, 2003

Installation of police radio tower continues (10/16/03)
Chris and Tim Doty of Commercial Radio Service put a few bolts in the Clay County Sherriff's Office's new radio tower. The old tower, which was damaged by last July's storms, was authorized for replacement by the Clay County Commissioners. The new tower will be moved to the new Clay County jail upon the jail's completion...
Area family is in Martial Arts Hall of Fame (10/16/03)
On Saturday, Sept. 27, 2003, in Dayton, Ohio, the U.S.A. Martial Arts Hall of Fame held its 11th annual awards ceremony. With a small beginning, the Hall of Fame has grown to be a very prestigious establishment. Dr. Jim Thomas, Director, Founder, and Curator, has established this organization to recognize those who, by their constant efforts, help the growth of martial arts. ...
Local celeb to play ISU (10/16/03)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Sinfonietta Pops Orchestra will open its 14th season with local celebrities. Superintendent of Vigo Schools Dan Tanoos will narrate the program. Tammy Schaffer will bring her dancers from the All-Star Productions to appear in four numbers with the orchestra. The Terre Haute Childrens Choir under the new direction of Dr. Todd Sullivan will present three numbers...
Students enjoy bowling (10/16/03)
Haalee Nicholes, a Brazil Head Start student, sends her ball down the lane with a little extra flourish. The Head Start students, who visited the bowling alley Wednesday, were taken by teacher Arlene McAuliffe. The 17 kids, who are all four or five years old, enjoyed their time at the alley, which was used to help explain the letter B...
ISU offers yoga through Sat. (10/16/03)
The Center for the Study of Health, Religion and Spirituality at Indiana State University will present a series of programs on meditation and yoga this Thursday through Saturday. The series will offer an overview and understanding of the research base for meditation as a powerful therapeutic and self-development tool and an opportunity to practice well-established approaches to meditation and yoga...
Several agencies receive grants (10/16/03)
Joyce Emmert and Geri Husband, accepting a grant on behalf of the Clay County Commissioners. The Clay County Community Foundation, the Clay County affiliate of the Wabash Valley Community Foundation, Inc., has completed its final grant cycle for 2003. Funding allocations to benefit seven agencies were given as follows:...
Logan Whitman leads Northview (10/16/03)
Logan Whitman leads Northview into a Western Indiana Conference battle with Brown County this Friday night.
Tri-Kappa Tennis Summer League (10/16/03)
Winners in the Tri-Kappa Tennis Summer League include: (Front from left) Paul Stephens, Kerin Reberger-Downey and Gina Crooks. (Back row l-r) Justin Cayton, Julia Emmert, Billie Guerrataz, Chris Nichols, Jon Crooks and Gary Rodgers. Downey-Reberger won the Women's Singles and Rodgers won the Men's Singles. ...
Knights prepare for sectional play (10/16/03)
Northview's Rachel Deal will be an important cog in the Knight's defense versus West Vigo tonight. The Northview girls soccer team looks to create another 'first' this postseason when they take on the West Vigo Vikings in their opening game tonight at Terre Haute South High School...
RICHARD ZUEL (10/16/03)
Richard Zuel, 55, of Cory, died Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2003, in Union Hospital. Born Dec. 16, 1947, at Brazil, he was the son of Raymond and Betty Zuel. He was a member of the Center Point Masonic Lodge 597 and Eastern Star. He retired as unit team manager of Indiana State Farm at Putnamville...
S. OPAL DETRO (10/16/03)
S. Opal Detro, 92, of Greencastle, died Wednesday morning, Oct. 15, 2003, at the Asbury Towers Retirement Home in Greencastle. She was born March 24, 1911, in Woodstock, Ky., the daughter of Thomas and Susie Gastineau Abbot. She married Forest Detro on July 29, 1932, and he preceded her in death on May 20, 1984...