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Stories from Friday, May 28, 2004

Economic development organization elects officers (05/28/04)
The Clay County Economic Development Organization has elected a new 14-member Board of Directors and new officers. The board will also have six remaining members. The board elected Jeff Stewart, president; Rick Burger, vice president; Lori Dalton, secretary, and Bryan Jackson, treasurer...
Soldier on way to Iraq, marries teen sweetheart (05/28/04)
Newlyweds Sarah and Tracee Burris, center, were all smiles for the photo session that followed the ceremony. They exchanged vows Thursday night at the Nazarene Church. Standing with the newly married couple are their parents, left: Paul and Kim Wetnight and Jeanne and Bruce Burris. E2 Tracee Burris leaves June 10 for Baghdad, Iraq...
Food Pantry serves needy (05/28/04)
The Clay County Emergency Food Pantry, 506 E. Pinckley St., serves the needy by providing food and clothing. The agency also offers miscellaneous articles including bedding, dishes, kitchen utensils and toys. The Food Pantry tries to help those who have emergencies such as burn-outs...
Northview's Kirby and Royer headed to State Track Meet (05/28/04)
Despite waiting out an ill-timed graduation ceremony and a plethora of bad weather, the boys and girls track regionals in Evansville finally came to an end on Thursday evening. Northview's Shandra Kirby and Nikki Royer earned the right to move on to the Girls State Meet in Bloomington, IN on June 4 at 6 p.m...
Northview's Kirby and Royer headed to State Track Meet (05/28/04)
Despite waiting out an ill-timed graduation ceremony and a plethora of bad weather, the boys and girls track regionals in Evansville finally came to an end on Thursday evening. Northview's Shandra Kirby and Nikki Royer earned the right to move on to the Girls State Meet in Bloomington, IN on June 4 at 6 p.m...
A rich 500 tradition for Tzouanakis family (05/28/04)
For 87 years the month of May has been synonymous with racing for Indiana residents and this year will be no different. In this, the 88th year of the Indianapolis 500, former Greencastle resident John Tzouanakis is experiencing a homecoming of sorts...
JOHN WESLEY "JACK" WOOLLEY (05/28/04)
John Wesley "Jack" Woolley, 78, of Brazil, formerly of West Terre Haute, died at 12:25 p.m. Wednesday, May 26, 2004, in St. Vincent Clay Hospital at Brazil. He was born Dec. 3, 1925, at Clinton, Ind., to Garnett Woolley and Myrtle Drake Woolley. He had formerly been employed by the Terre Haute Gas Co. for many years. He was an Army Veteran of WWII and was a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, both at Brazil...
WILLIAM 'BILL' J. ANGLETON (05/28/04)
William "Bill" J. Angleton, 80, of Danville, Ind., formerly of Brazil, died Thursday, May 27, 2004, at Hendricks Community Hospital. He was born April 25, 1924, in Brazil, the son of Otis and Agnes Mayfield Angleton. On Dec. 13, 1943, he married Emma Schlatter Angleton. She preceded him in death Aug. 1, 1997...
DR. RICHARD D. HARRIS (05/28/04)
Dr. Richard D. Harris, 69, a resident of Columbia City, Ore., died Wednesday, May 19, 2004, at the Oregon Veterans Home in The Dalles, Ore. He was born July 4, 1933, in Brazil to Richard Wayne and Mary Lawson Harris. He grew up in the Midwest and served in the U.S. Army. He received his undergraduate degree from Indiana State University in Terre Haute and his doctorate from Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich...