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Stories from Thursday, March 3, 2005

Thomas not worried that HB 1002 died Tuesday (03/03/05)
On Tuesday, lawmakers failed to vote on House Bill 1002 giving prosecution powers to the state's Inspector General David Thomas, but he said he is worried "not at all," despite the death of the bill. It's just the beginning of the legislative session said the former Clay County prosecutor. "There are many opportunities left."...
Clay View Estates is home to Building Trades (03/03/05)
Students from Northview High School and Clay City High School completing their first year in the Clay Building Trades program received jackets from the CBT Advisory board in appreciation of their commitment to the program.In back: Ken Foxxi, Jeramy Van Arsdale, David Hayes, Colt Jones, Ben Dayhoff, Tony Holmes, and Joe Burk.In front: Assistant Rod Clarke, Ben Witt, Tim Holmes, E.J. Caton, Dusty Souder, Daniel Albright, Bill Wells and Instructor Dan Dragon. Ivy Herron photo...
Farm Bureau members influence Legislature (03/03/05)
They don't wear three-piece suits. They don't address people by formal titles. They don't share their life stories. They don't try to make themselves heard over a crowd of lobbyists. But what David Schopmeyer and Jack Knust make sure they do each time they take a trip to the Statehouse on behalf of Clay County Farm Bureau is call legislators by their first names...
Weight-loss champ shared secrets (03/03/05)
Nearly two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese according to www.obesity.org, a fact that can leave many with a sense of hopelessnes when it comes to getting in shape. Kristal Lagro of Brazil, the recent winner of the Curves Sweetheart Contest for losing over 140 pounds in a year, said there is hope for even the most unfortunate...
Despite adversity, Eels can be proud of their season (03/03/05)
Clay City junior Josey Vansickle (with the ball) scored 17 points during Tuesday's loss. For the Clay City Eels, the question 'what if?' has been prevalent from beginning to end during this basketball season. After graduating six seniors from last season's talented crew of hoopsters who advanced to the sectional semifinal during a 16-7 campaign, the Eels needed to replace all five starters. ...
ADAM JERICHO RICHARDSON (03/03/05)
Adam Jericho Richardson, infant, of Brazil died Monday, Feb. 28, 2005, at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. He was the son of Albert Magnus Richardson III and Misty Lynn Duchaine Richardson. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in McCullough-Stigler Cemetery with Randy Langley officiating...
DOROTHY E. WALTZ (03/03/05)
Dorothy E. Waltz, 80, of Rockville, Ind., died at 3:40 a.m. Wednesday, March 2, 2005, in West Central Community Hospital, Clinton. Born March 18, 1924, in Owen County, Ind., she was the daughter of Otto Everly and Hallie Oberholtzer Everly. She was married to George G. Waltz on Nov. 25, 1954, in Spencer, Ind...