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Stories from Tuesday, October 26, 2004

USAC CEO inspires young race car drivers (10/26/04)
Rollie Helmling speaking about the importance of mentoring to children. Saturday night, Brazil had a very special visitor. The Terre Haute Quarter Midget Association (THQMA) held its annual year-end banquet and awards ceremony. This year, they invited Rollie Helmling as their guest speaker. ...
Northview has much to celebrate (10/26/04)
Monday afternoon, around 2 p.m., Northview High School students, faculty and well-wishers gathered to celebrate great success enjoyed by the marching band, football, cross-country, tennis, soccer and golf teams. More photos inside. The Northview football team won the first round of the three round sectional Friday at Bloomington North. The football Knights take on Greenwood at home this Friday in sectional semi-final action...
Watch out for ghosts at 100 Steps (10/26/04)
These time worn steps, numbering about 60, can lead you to a picturesque spot in the daytime, or a scary encounter at night when you will count 100 steps leading to the top. According to the local legend, getting a vision of what fate holds for you is easy: Arriving after dark, carefully count each step you take to the top of what may be Clay County's most famous stairway...
Basketball practice begins for area girls' teams (10/26/04)
Girls basketball practice opened Monday afternoon for area high schools. At Northview High School, Kellsy Maurer shoots over a defender during drills.
Soccer award winners (10/26/04)
The 2004 Boys soccer banquet was recently held with awards presented for the season. (Pictured front row l-r) Brock Crooks, Shane Boyd, Kyle Russell, Jacob Lynch and (Back row l-r) Coach Todd LaComba, Wade Thacker, Shaun Hardy, John Latta and Cody Airhart all received awards for their efforts during the season. ...