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Stories from Thursday, September 2, 2004

Clay, 19 other counties recognized by Bush (09/02/04)
- Declaration comes after heavy July storms Clay is one of 20 counties eligible for federal aid after a declaration by President George W. Bush. The declaration does not guarantee Clay or any other county money but clears the way for county and state offices to apply for federal aid...
Repaying the community (09/02/04)
Clay County Sheriff's Department Jail Officer, Robert "Pappy" Yocom, background, watches as inmates from the jail do maintenance work at the Forest Park Golf Course Aug. 23. The inmates, out on the work release program, apply blacktop sealer to the cart path and cart parking area by the pro shop and cart storage building. Left: William Taylor, Yocom, Marvin Dickison and Ricky Cooksey...
Re/Max welcomes two new faces (09/02/04)
Re/Max Homes & Land is happy to announce the addition of Cheryl Froderman and Jon Moore to their office of professionals. Cheryl has lived in Clay County all her life. She has worked in the banking industry for 17 years as well as the farming, industrial and trucking aspects of the country...
Northview earns volleyball victory (09/02/04)
Mardi Steiner digs the ball to a teammate in a contest versus Union on Thursday night. The Northview volleyball team continued their strong run of late, winning their sixth match out of the past seven times they've taken the court. On Tuesday night, the Knights took down the White River Valley Wolverines in three sets, 25-18, 25-15, 25-23, to extend their season mark to 7-3 overall and 1-0 in the Western Indiana Conference...
Clay City boys and girls cross country victorious (09/02/04)
The Clay City boys cross country team picked up a dual meet victory over Shakamak on Tuesday night, 20 to 42. Dustin Souders topped the Eels effort with his second place finish in the meet, crossing the line in 18:45. Adam Schroer was third overall with his 19:00 and Tyler Moon was fourth in 19:16. Logan Bettenbrock was fifth for Clay City in 19:19 and Cole Schroer was sixth in 19:39...
Union edges out gritty Clay City volleyball team (09/02/04)
Sarah Kennedy tips a ball past a Union blocker during Wednesday's game versus the Bulldogs. CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels displayed a degree of grit and determination that was very laudable on Wednesday night, scrapping back from several deficits versus Union in volleyball action...
KENNETH L. BUCK (09/02/04)
Kenneth L. Buck, 85, of Seelyville, died at 1:57 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2004, at Union Hospital. He was a clerk with the U.S. Postal Service for 30 years and was formerly employed as a truck driver with Girton's in Brazil. Born Oct. 4, 1918, in Clay County, he was the son of Thomas L. and Sylvia White Buck...
KAREN ANN McAULIFFE (09/02/04)
Karen Ann McAuliffe, 61, of Lebanon, Ind., died at 4:20 a.m. Wednesday, Aug, 18, 2004, in Witham Memorial Hospital, Lebanon, following a brief illness. Born June 13, 1943, in Terre Haute, she was the daughter of the late William Bennett Preecs and Helen Louise Preecs of Lebanon...