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Stories from Monday, January 26, 2004

Children feed the hungry (01/26/04)
To celebrate the 100th day of school, on Friday the students in Mrs. Dowers' first grade class at Cornerstone Christian Academy collected 100 cans of food. The entire school helped collect the 100 food items, which will be donated to the Clay County Food Pantry. ...
County police arrest two on meth charges (01/26/04)
A father and his two sons were arrested on a variety of drug-related charges when Clay County Sheriff's Department officers raided their home early Saturday morning. Tom Hoffman and his sons, Tim, 18, and Joe, 25, were awakened at their home, 4248 W CR1275S, just north of Jasonville, by officers from the Clay County Special Operation group...
Drivers handle snow well (01/26/04)
A storm that pushed into Indiana from the south on Sunday brought strong winds and a mix of freezing rain, sleet and up to a half-foot of snow to downstate areas, with lighter snowfall over the north and central counties. Dale Walker, Indiana Department of Natural Resources Resource Specialist in Clay County, reported 2 1/2 inches of snowfall here...
Thomas announces re-election plans (01/26/04)
State Rep. Andy Thomas (R-Brazil) announced today that he will seek re-election as State Representative of District 44. His priorities are economic development, education, government responsibility, and tax fairness. Thomas, the father of children ages 10 and 7, said, "We must do everything we can to prepare for the future of our children."...
Knights wrestle away WIC title (01/26/04)
Northview freshman Chris Dean (back left) prepares to throw an opponent in a match earlier this year. Dean picked up his 18th win in the WIC meet on his way to a fifth place finish. Dean and the Knights will next compete in Saturday's sectional competition...
Northview boys and girls earn WIC wins over Wildcats (01/26/04)
The Knights are finally getting healthy and it couldn't have come at a better time. Both Northview's girls and boys squads are as healthy as they have been in quite some time as each team picked up victories on Saturday night. For the boys team, Logan Whitman returned to the lineup after suffering a head injury two weeks ago. He seemed to hardly miss a beat with four 3-pointers as he joined teammate Zach Keyes with a game-high 18 points in a 73-38 win over South Vermillion...
Pro football still on local, inquiring minds (01/26/04)
After just one week of collecting questions from the public via email and in person for the most part, the concept appears to be working out quite well. The inquiries have been as varied in subject matter as I'd hoped and not nearly as volatile as I might have expected after the Colts embarrassing performance last Sunday. So here goes with week one of Ask the Editor!...
JERRY D. CHURCH (01/26/04)
Jerry D. Church, 67, of Linton, Ind., died Friday, Jan. 23, 2004, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, Indiana. Born March 30, 1936, in Coalmont, Ind., he was the son of Coy Bland "Mike" Church and Eldred Irene (Craig) Church Bicard Greenwood...
ROBYN RENE (HALSMER) GOLDER (01/26/04)
Robyn Rene (Halsmer) Golder, 20, of Lehigh Acres, Fla., died Sunday, Jan. 18, 2004, in Miami, Fla. Born Sept. 11, 1983, in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Richard Halsmer, who survives, and Julia Ann Halsmer, who has preceded her in death. She attended Southwest Florida College and was an employee of TGI Fridays...
BARBARA ANN ROLLINGS (01/26/04)
Barbara Ann Rollings, 73, of Brazil, died Friday in the Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio. Born in Elnora, Ind., she was the daughter of the late Charles O. and the late Gladys L. (Schwabe) Pershing. Rollings married Curtis R. Rollings Aug. 7, 1948, in Brazil...
JULIA ANN (BEARD) HALSMER (01/26/04)
Julia Ann (Beard) Halsmer, 53, of Lehigh Acres, Fla., died Saturday, Jan. 17, 2004. Born on June 27, 1950, in Lafayette, Ind., she was the daughter of Dorothy Conrad and Dwight G. Beard, who have preceded her in death. She married Richard Halsmer on June 10, 1972. He survives...