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Stories from Thursday, September 16, 2004

GED classes are available in county (09/16/04)
Classes for adult education, GED preparation, math, reading, writing and English review are available at several different sites in Clay County. Anyone 16 years and older who is not enrolled in junior high or high school and does not have a GED or high school diploma or needs to review basic skills may attend the free classes. Anyone 16-17 years old must have officially withdrawn from school...
Sinfonietta looking for musicians, starting season (09/16/04)
The Terre Haute Sinfonietta Symphonic Pops Orchestra, the city's second orchestra, will begin its 15th musical season on Nov. 14. The orchestra features close to 60 local musicians. It has professional woodwind, brass, and percussion sections. The orchestra does need more string players, however. ...
Power to the parks! (09/16/04)
Rick Alumbaugh and Steve Withers operate a posthole digger at Forest Park. - Popcorn Festival committee boosts electrical service at Forest Park As expected, the Popcorn Festival board had to make a decision about mid-summer about how to handle the increase in vendors this year but also in those who needed electricity. ...
New trail considered for Indiana greenway (09/16/04)
A joint meeting with the Clay Community Parks Association Inc. and the Brazil Parks and Recreation Board will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 27, at the Riddell National Bank. They will be discussing the possibility of developing a trail at Craig Park. The Craig Park trail is just one of many ideas the Association hopes to implement in their long term plans...
France home on tour is period perfect (09/16/04)
Part 3 of 4 We tend to think of historic homes as large-with enormous living rooms, huge kitchens and perhaps even a ballroom for formal parties. A few people did, in fact, live that way, but before the Second World War most middle and even upper class people lived in homes of smaller scale. If for no other reason, they were easier to heat!...
Knights sweep past Golden Arrows (09/16/04)
Ryan Thompson cruised home to a first place finish against Sullivan on Wednesday evening in a time of 18:02. The Northview Knights got a dual meet victory over Sullivan in cross country action on Wednesday night as the boys slipped past the Golden Arrows 25-32 in team scoring while Sullivan did not have a girls team...
DAVID W. STINSON (09/16/04)
David W. Stinson, 60, of Brazil, passed away at his home, Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2004, at 8:30 p.m. Born May 6, 1944, in Brazil, he was the son of Warren and Laura Agnes Ball Stinson. He graduated from Brazil High School, Class of 1962. As a young man he worked for Stinson's Garage, then Baysinger's Machine Shop. He later formed his own business known as Stinson's Machine Shop. He last worked as a machinist for Deakin's Metal Spinning, retiring in 2002...
IRENE MILLER AMERMAN (09/16/04)
Irene Miller Amerman, 84, of Center Point, passed away, Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2004, in the Holly Hills Health Care facility. She was a homemaker and a member of the Clay City First United Methodist Church, Jolly Neighbors Home-Ec Club, Clay City American Legion Auxiliary, Clay City VFW Ladies Auxiliary and the Clay City Order of the Eastern Star...