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Stories from Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Clay woman taken to Methodist after crash (02/18/04)
A Clay County woman was seriously injured Tuesday morning when her car hit a tree near Bowling Green. Clay County deputies Doug Barr and Jon Lambert reported Sherry Cutrer's car left S.R. 46 and hit a tree about 1 mile east of Bowling Green around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday...
Brown running for Commissioner (02/18/04)
Hometown values, experience, and common sense are what I hope to bring to the table of the Clay County Commissioners. I bring several years of public service experience with me, including time spent as a Clay County Councilman, County Surveyor and Jackson Township Trustee...
Reberger request approved by board (02/18/04)
The Brazil Board of Zoning Appeals approved Charlie Reberger's petition for a zoning change on the southwest corner of King and Posey streets at a meeting Tuesday evening. Reberger has made a construction agreement with B.J.E. Enterprises to place a rental duplex facing east with access off of King Street. He showed the board pictures of a structure the company has already built using the same basic exterior and floor plans...
White rejects father's advice on life in America (02/18/04)
- Part 4 in a Black History Month report As a black teenager, Paul White had difficulty accepting his father's passive ways of dealing with discrimination. Paul thought his dad should be more aggressive in his business and social relationships. To Paul, Clarence's gentle, polite demeanor made his dad seem weak and ineffectual in confronting the discrimination that was impacting their own and many others lives in negative ways...
Campaign 2004 (02/18/04)
More county residents have filed for the May Primary Election: - Sharon K. Koehler (R). Delegate to State Convention. - Thomas (Tom) Arthur (D). Delegate to State Convention. - Michael (Mickey) L. Hanson (D). Delegate to State Convention. - James D. (Jim) Guy. School Board District 2...
Eels pound Miners for TRC title (02/18/04)
CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels celebrated "Senior Night" and their second straight Tri-River Conference boys high school basketball championship all at one time on Tuesday. Getting balanced scoring from Brock Roberts, Roger Harden and Jared Defore, the Eels overpowered the Linton Miners 60-35...
Knights hold off Tiger Cubs at home (02/18/04)
Northview senior Logan Whitman floats home two of his game-high 27 points versus Greencastle in a win on Tuesday's Senior Night. On an emotional Senior Night at Northview High School, the Knights held off a spirited effort from visiting Greencastle to win their eighth straight game with a 69-62 decision...
JAMES E. SHAFER (02/18/04)
James E. Shafer, 65, of Greencastle, died Monday afternoon, Feb. 16, 2004, at the Putnam County Hospital. He was born Jan. 24, 1939, in Douglas County, Ill., the son of the Rev. Wilbur and Blanche Crawford Shafer. On Nov. 23, 1965, he married Sandra Winters and she survives...