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Stories from Tuesday, September 21, 2004

High school bands do well in first competition (09/21/04)
The Northview Marching Knights and the Clay City Imperial Regiment each did well in band contests on Saturday. The Clay City High School band placed third out of nine groups, with only two points separating 1st from 3rd place. Two of six judges ranked Clay City 1st while one judge ranked Clay City 6th, costing the school a 1st place finish...
'That's my dream car' (09/21/04)
Frankie Murphy, 2nd from right, General Manager and Technician of Z-Tech Audio+ in Terre Haute talks about his job to Jackson Twp. School 2nd graders on Monday. Teacher Marilyn Adamson has a Parent Participation Program for her class. Parents come to school and share with the children what their job is and how basic education is needed to do it...
Employment prospects bright, survey says (09/21/04)
Area employers expect to hire at a brisk pace during the fourth quarter of 2004, according to the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey. From October to December, 37 percent of the companies interviewed plan to hire more employees while 3 percent intend to reduce their workforce. Another 60 percent expect to maintain their current staff levels, said Manpower spokesperson Lori Leo...
Local reservist serves in Iraq (09/21/04)
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- When the needs of a nation press its citizens for action, men and women from all walks of life respond faithfully and with purpose. More and more Navy Reservists are stepping forward to support Iraq's new ideals as freedom continues its struggle to survive in a budding democracy...
Northview picks up three set win over Clay City (09/21/04)
Brittney Spugnardi had 14 points and seven aces for the Knights in Monday's victory over Clay City. CLAY CITY -- In the annual volleyball rivalry between the Clay City and Northview, the two squads fought tooth and nail for the opening set victory which went to the Knights. The last two sets also went to Northview who won in three sets, 25-22, 25-15, 25-16...
North Clay girls first at South Knox, boys place second (09/21/04)
The North Clay cross country teams flexed their collective muscles on Saturday at the South Knox Invitational as the girls' squad placed first ahead of 16 other squads and the boys' team was second in the 14 team field. The girls team was led by Tiffany Young's sixth place finish in 12:44 just ahead of Cassandra Barnett in seventh, just five seconds back of Young...
The North Clay girls cross country team (09/21/04)
The North Clay girls cross country team (pictured with coach Mike Royer) won the South Knox Invitational on Saturday over some of the state's top teams. Tiffany Young led the way with a 6th place.
North Clay's boys cross country team (09/21/04)
North Clay's boys cross country team placed second behind a powerful Barr-Reeve squad in Saturday's meet.
IRENE COOPER (09/21/04)
Irene Cooper, 85, of Brazil died Monday, Sept. 20, 2004, at 12:10 p.m. in Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility. Born Dec. 16, 1917, in Clay County, she was the daughter of John E. Martin and Nellie Pearl Miller Martin. She was married to Frank Russell Cooper, who died in 1956...
CANDACE LEEANN SCHULTZ (09/21/04)
Candace LeeAnn Schultz, 27, of Bloomingdale, formerly of Clinton, West Terre Haute and Brazil, died Friday morning, Sept. 17, 2004, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. She had worked as a meter reader for Vectren and Cinergy and had also been employed by Columbia Records. She was a 1994 graduate of Northview High School. She was a loving mother and had been actively involved in softball with her daughter, Jazmine...
JAMES TRUSLER (09/21/04)
James Trusler, 64, of Nevada and formerly of Brazil, died Sept. 17, 2004, in Reno, Nev. Born Aug. 14, 1940, in Brazil, he was married 34 years to Wanda Trusler. He was the co-Founder and vice-president of Sierra Mechanical. He was a member of the Old Timer's Club of Indianapolis 500, a former professional boat racer, and chief mechanic for Fiorie Racing. He enjoyed traveling...