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Stories from Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Air Guard job losses temporary, official says (05/18/05)
The 136 full-time jobs cut from the Hulman Regional Airport Air Guard Station should only be seen as a temporary loss, a Joint Forces official said Monday. The cuts were announced Friday in a list of nearly 800 military locations nationwide that face possible closure or realignment. Six bases in Indiana including the Newport Chemical Depot could face closure while the Airport Air Guard Station will only be realigned...
Reviving tradition: Businessman giving away star posters (05/18/05)
David Lewis, owner of Computer Central, 537 E. National Ave., is personalizing these American Soldier posters for area families free of charge. The poster is 8 1/2-by-14 inches and reads "Proud Family of an American Soldier" followed by the rank, name and branch of service...
Your missing assets (05/18/05)
Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter explains how Hoosiers can receive their portion of millions of unclaimed financial properties while Terre Haute Mayor Kevin Burke listens. Carter spoke Tuesday at Terre Haute City Hall. - State of Indiana trying to return millions to residents, begins IndianaUnclaimed.com...
Knights pound out baseball win over Mustangs (05/18/05)
ELLETTSVILLE -- The Northview Knights knocked the cover of the baseball at Edgewood High School on Tuesday night. But it took two big strike outs by Brady Shoemaker the preserve the Knights' 9-6 Western Indiana Conference high school baseball victory...
Northview 'B' team wins big over Wildcats (05/18/05)
Jordan Starr got the complete game victory on the mound on Monday. The Northview 'B' baseball team earned a 14-2 victory over visiting South Vermillion on Monday night. Jordan Starr got the victory on the mound, going the distance while striking out eight batters and walking just one. He gave up just four hits to adfance his record to 4-0 this season...
Knights and Eels fare well in girls track sectional (05/18/05)
Rachael Narlock (far left) gets the handoff from Andrea Ladd (right) during the 4X100 relay in which Clay City finished third, earning a trip to regional competition. Both Clay City and Northview will send three individual athletes on to regional competition as a top four finisher. The Eels 4X100 relay team also will move on to regional competition...
BESSIE NASIOPULOS PAPPAS (05/18/05)
Bessie Nasiopulos Pappas, 82, of Brazil died at 12:37 p.m. May 17, 2005, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born in Chicago Illinois, September 6, 1922 to James and Martha Angelopolos Nasiopoulos. She married Gus Michael Pappas November 14, 1948, he preceded her in death. ...