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Stories from Thursday, August 19, 2004

Northview drops tennis opener (08/19/04)
Northview senior Shawn Hughes returns a shot during the first set of his match versus Bloomfield's Nathan Corn on Wednesday. Hughes and Corn's match went to a third set before inclement weather set in. The Northview tennis squad opened the season with a narrow defeat to the visiting Bloomfield Cardinals on Wednesday afternoon...
Veterans Association gets new wheels (08/19/04)
County Commissioner President Dave Parr, right, accepts keys to a surplus police car from Mayor Tom Arthur Monday at City Hall. The county is getting the car so the Veterans Association can use it to transport veterans to and from medical facilities. Left. Charlie Brown, VFW Men's Auxiliary member; Les Waldon, Clay County Veterans Officer, Arthur and Parr...
Billie Creek hosting steam event (08/19/04)
Nearly 125 tractors and 40 engines have already pre-registered for the Covered Bridge Antique Power Association's 11th Annual Old Time Tractor and Engine Show scheduled during Billie Creek Village's Steam Harvest Days. The Steam Harvest Day event is held each Labor Day Weekend, this year September 4,5 & 6. Activities include tractor games and tractor parade each day with a special church service on Sunday...
Students start out year with a bang (08/19/04)
First graders at Jackson Twp. School get ready to send off their balloons during the 8th annual Balloon Lift Off Wednesday afternoon. Left: Brandon Rader, Shayla English, Morgan Jackson, Andy Clingerman, Mackenzie Jackson, Maggie Messmer, John David Fischer and Ethan Stearley...
ISU recognized as one of Midwest's best colleges (08/19/04)
The Princeton Review has recognized Indiana State University as one of the best colleges in the Midwest, a distinction based on academic excellence and responses to student surveys. "Our decision to produce this feature is fueled by a desire to raise awareness of academically excellent but lesser-known colleges with students looking to study within a specific geographic area," the publication said Monday in releasing its annual surveys of the best higher education institutions in each of five regions of the country.. ...
2004-05 School calendar released (08/19/04)
Clay Community Schools has released its 2004-05 school calendar: Aug. 18-First Student Day Sept. 6-Labor Day (No School) Oct. 7-8-Elementary Parent/Teacher Conferences Oct. 11-Teacher Inservice (No School) Nov. 25-26-Thanksgiving Break (No School) Dec. 21-Christmas Break begins at end of school day...
Sunday band concert will be 'Musical Magic' (08/19/04)
The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will present "Musical Magic" on Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Forest Park Bandshell or Pavilion in case of rain. In observance of the 90th anniversary of the beginning of World War I, the BCB will present "Over There", a medley of songs, including the title piece by George M. Cohan, written during The Great War (1914-1918) said to be the official name of World War I...
Emery named Dairy Princess (08/19/04)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The American Dairy Association named Lacy Jo Emery as the 2004 Indiana Dairy Princess during a luncheon sponsored by the American Dairy Association. Lacy, 19, is the daughter of Charles and Debbie Emery of Brazil. Eight contestants in the Dairy Princess Contest each represented a different dairy association...
Knights stumble versus aggressive Tiger Cubs (08/19/04)
Kellsy Maurer (foreground) digs a Greencastle shot during Tuesday's match. Maurer had seven digs and seven points in the loss to the Tiger Cubs. After an opening victory versus Mooresville on Monday evening, Northview had little time to savor their win as Greencastle's Tiger Cubs came to call on the Knights Tuesday...
Knights edge past Braves (08/19/04)
Millie Akers tees off late in her round versus the Terre Haute South Braves on Tuesday afternoon. TERRE HAUTE -- With the first day of school looming just a day ahead, you could almost forgive the Northview golf team for being just a bit off their usual game...
STANLEY PAUL SMITH (08/19/04)
Stanley Paul Smith, 49, of Center Point, died Sunday, Aug. 15, 2004, in Terre Haute Regional Hospital following a massive heart attack on Tuesday. Born Sept. 18, 1954, in Shawnee, Okla., he was the son of Paul and Billie Smith who are deceased. He retired from the Federal Aviation Agency as an air traffic controller at Hulman Regional Airport...
JOYCE C. KARN (08/19/04)
Joyce C. Karn, 68, of Brazil, died Aug. 17, 2004, at 12:43 a.m. at her residence. She was born May 23, 1936, in Monticello, Ind., the daughter of Archie Carl Doud and Bessie Elkins Doud. She graduated from Roosevelt High School, Class of 1954, then from St. Elizabeth Hospital Nursing School in 1957...