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Stories from Tuesday, November 16, 2004

March of Dimes supports premature babies (11/16/04)
"All three are so different from each other. They are true individuals," beams Amanda Slater, holding the triplets: Hank, who's begining to crawl, Hannah, the smallest at birth but with the biggest and happiest spirit, and Hayden, who's always curious but quiet. Ivy Herron photo...
Restaurants to be smoke-free - at least for a day (11/16/04)
Smoking is the single most preventable cause of death in our society. The American Cancer Society reports in 1999 an estimated 47 million adults were smokers in the United States. About half of those who continue to smoke will die prematurely from smoking...
Co. Council denies ambulance request (11/16/04)
A special meeting was called by the Clay County Council last evening. The county commissioners had asked the council for an additional appropriation of $45,250 for ambulance service. Representatives from Athens, Trans Care and CARE were in attendance to answer questions from the council. The current contract expires Dec. 31...
Clay City's McCullough named All-TRC and SWIAC (11/16/04)
Clay City sophomore Ashley McCullough was named to the All-Tri River Conference First Team and also made the All-Southwestern Indiana Conference Team as well. Clay City Athletic Director Jeff Bell recently announced that sophomore Ashley McCullough has been named to the All-Tri River Conference First Team and also made the All-Southwestern Indiana Conference...
Pugh signs to run for Sycamores (11/16/04)
Northview senior Emily Pugh (center/sitting) signs her letter-of-intent to run for Indiana State University's Cross-country team recently. Also present are (back l-r) Jan Gambille, Northview Girls Athletic Director, Jessica Crowder, Northview Cross Country Asst. Coach, Pugh's parents, Ruth and Randy Pugh, Northview Girls Cross Country Coach Larry Stuckey and Principal Jim Church...
RICHARD L. WARD (11/16/04)
Richard L. Ward, 62, of Brazil died Monday, Nov. 15, 2004, at 3 a.m. in his residence following an extended illness. Born Feb. 2, 1942, in Brazil, he was the son of LaVearl and Ruth Girton Ward. He attended Brazil High School and then joined the U.S. Air Force. He served in the military for four years...
ELIZABETH MACKEY (11/16/04)
Elizabeth Mackey, 80, of Reelsville, died 9:35 am Monday in Clay Health Center. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of the late William and the late Jennie (McCoy) Albright. She worked in production for RCA in Indianapolis for over thirty years. She was a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Greencastle...