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Stories from Wednesday, December 29, 2004

Roger Lindsay out on bail (12/29/04)
Roger Lindsay was released from the Clay County Jail Dec. 23 after posting $10,000 cash bond. Lindsay was indicted by a Grand Jury on Dec. 9 for one count of corrupt business influence, a Class C Felony, and two counts of false reporting, both a Class A Misdemeanor...
Local insurance man carves niche for himself (12/29/04)
Dave Snyder and Jamee Reberger check the inventory of hand painted collectible Santas. The magic and warmth of the holiday is shared through giving gifts from the heart, or something made by hand. Local artist Dave Snyder uses both to create collectible figurines for the holidays...
Local stores did better than outlets in other parts of the nation this Christmas season (12/29/04)
Local retailers fared much better than their big city neighbors this holiday shopping season. Some shoppers, looking for ways to avoid the madness of the mall, spent their holiday dollars in smaller shops. The Christmas parade on Nov. 26 provided several stores located along Forest Ave. one of their busiest days for sales...
City, Humane Society seek compromise (12/29/04)
Mayor's Comments: City department heads will respond to a series of questions and compile information for a 2004 report, Mayor Tom Arthur told the City Council on Tuesday. Once that information is collated, it will be presented at a February meeting...
Soldiers back home in Brazil (12/29/04)
Newlyweds E4 Spc. John Timpe and wife Bobbie after dismissal of the "Road Warriors" check-in at the Brazil Armory Tuesday morning. The unit is now on leave until Jan. 2. Ivy Herron photos Returning from active duty at Charleston, S.C., the "Road Warriors" of Company B, 38th Main Support Battalion of the Indiana National Guard has begun the process of returning to civilian life...
Knights silence Warriors with third quarter spurt (12/29/04)
Shawn Hughes tallied three points for the Knights in Monday's win over Turkey Run. TERRE HAUTE -- The height of 6-foot-8 Nick Wells and 6-5 Brodee Miller and the overall size of 6-57, 290-pound Heath Chamberlain immediately draw your attention when the Northview Knights boys' high school basketball team is introduced...
Lakers' offense evaporates vs. Knights (12/29/04)
Northview senior Shawn Hughes defends Tyler Rehmel on Tues-day's game. Rehmel was held to just two-of-six shooting. TERRE HAUTE -- The styles might be a lot different, but the result is certainly the same. The Northview Knights won back-to-back Wabash Valley Classic Tournaments in 2002 and 2003 with a high powered offense...
GARY A. BEIL (12/29/04)
Gary A. Beil, 49, of Newburgh, Ind., died on Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2004, as a result of an automobile accident. Gary was a graduate of Lake Central High School in St. John, Ind., and earned a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Rose Hulman Institute of Technology in 1978. Gary spent his entire 26-year work career at ALCOA's Warrick operations in Newburgh. He was currently a Senior Staff Engineer with his P.E. license...
RAY H. DOME (12/29/04)
Ray H. Dome, 72, of Elwood, Ill., died at 4:40 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2004, at his residence. Born June 16, 1932, in Evansville, Ind., he was the son of Marion Hardin Dome and Frances Winifred Pribble. On Oct. 30, 1951, he married Margaret Mary Bussing in Brazil. They moved to Illinois where he was an oil well driller, a past member of IBEW Local 9 and was a general contractor in the Chicago area...