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Stories from Tuesday, July 20, 2004

CYL 12s team is southern state champ (07/20/04)
The Clay County 12s team rides aboard a fire truck Monday afternoon to celebrate the team's Southern Indiana Cal Ripken State Championship. The team claimed the championship by defeating New Palestine in a best-of-three series at Shelbyville over the weekend. See more inside...
SUV, semi tangle near Interstate 70 (07/20/04)
A collision occurred Monday just after noon in front of the Pilot station on South SR 59. The Clay County Sheriff's Department, Clay County Search and Rescue and Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Department responded. The driver of the SUV was conscious after the accident, but was put on a stretcher and taken away from the scene in an ambulance. The semi driver said he was not making any statements except to the police. "All I know is he come flying out of nowhere," he said. Lynn Hamilton photo...
Christian Church sponsors missionaries to Germany (07/20/04)
Brett and Heather Seybould, missionaries to Germany, stopped by to say "Hallo" to children at First Christian Church's Vacation Bible School. The Seyboulds are youth and children's leaders at Christusgemeinde, a church in Peine, Germany. They have been sent there by FCC, where Heather's father, Greg Comp, is the pastor. The church is their biggest supporter, but they receive money from other churches across the U.S. to fund their mission...
Wabash Valley United Way announces goal of $2.3 million (07/20/04)
The United Way of the Wabash Valley announced their 2004 campaign goal recently at the Pilot Campaign Kick-off. Campaign Chair Rick Burger of Cinergy PSI and United Way Campaign Director Jim Bertoli proudly announced the goal of $2,375,000 to an eager crowd at the Charles Hyte Community Center in Terre Haute...
Rose-Hulman students help model train co. (07/20/04)
Rose-Hulman Ventures, a technology-based incubator and product development center, announced that it is providing technical assistance and incubator space to Terre Haute-based The Signaling Solution, Inc., a developer and supplier of electronic and other products for the model railroad market...
Clay County 12s bring home Cal Ripken state title (07/20/04)
Austin Sciotto had a key RBI in the Clay County 12s three-game series victory over New Palestine. - Squad advances to Ohio Valley Regional on Friday - The Clay County 12s defeated New Palestine in a best-of-three series over the weekend in Shelbyville to become the Southern Indiana Cal Ripken state champions...
JUDITH K. ERFFT (07/20/04)
Judith K. Erfft, 57, of Center Point, died Sunday, July 18, 2004, at 11:20 a.m. in St. Vincent Clay Hospital following complications from cancer. Born Nov. 14, 1946, in West Terre Haute, she was the daughter of Leo and Louise Hedden LeClerq. She attended Valley High School and West Vigo High School. Judith was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church in Terre Haute...