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Stories from Monday, October 27, 2003

Northview, Clay City bands do well in state competition (10/27/03)
The Northview Marching Knights leave the RCA Dome after the Class B awards ceremony at the 31st Annual ISSMA Marching Band Finals Saturday. Clay County was well-represented at the Indiana State School Music Association's 31st Annual State Marching Finals Saturday with the Northview Marching Knights placing fourth in Class B and the Clay City Imperial Regiment taking home third place in Class D...
Happy Halloween (10/27/03)
Students from Mrs. Williams' pre-kindergarten class in the LEAAP Center decorated this board with hand-made monsters.
Community Foundation offers seminar on estate planning for area professionals (10/27/03)
This fall, attorneys, accountants, trust officers, financial planners, insurance professionals and investment brokers will have two opportunities to learn more about the intricacies of estate planning. The Wabash Valley Community Foundation is offering two seminars for area advisers throughout the Wabash Valley...
Northview girls advance to State Finals (10/27/03)
Northview's Emily Pugh helped lead the Knights to a second place team finish in the Terre Haute North Semistate. -Team places 2nd; Scherb advances as individual- SEELEYVILLE -- Northview's girls cross-country team just keeps getting stronger this season and Saturday was no exception...
TREVOR M. SMITH (10/27/03)
Trevor M. Smith, 28, of Brazil, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 2003, at 6:35 a.m., in Clay Health Center. Born Sept. 28, 1975, in Brazil, he was the son of Walter "Pete" and June Jarrett Smith. He was in the class of 1994 at Northview High School and worked as an assistant Pizza Hut and Burger King manager. He played on the Northview golf and basketball teams. He also enjoyed playing baseball. He was a fan of the Colts and followed NASCAR racing. He loved music and attended many rock concerts...
ROBERT LEWIS LOUGHMILLER (10/27/03)
Robert Lewis Loughmiller, 81, of Brazil died at 4:12 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, 2003, at Regional Hospital in Terre Haute. Born Dec. 29, 1921, in Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, he was the son of Charles Arthur and Edna Brenton Loughmiller and was a 1939 graduate of Brazil High School...