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Stories from Thursday, August 4, 2005

School buses ready (08/04/05)
With the first day of school only days away, students need to be aware of their safety on the way to school and going home. School bus safety "We're in the business of ensuring the students' safety," Clay Community Schools Transportation Director Frank Misner said. ...
Hospital sponsoring first health fair at NHS football game (08/04/05)
A new health and wellness fair is set to coincide with the start of football season. St. Vincent Clay Hospital will sponsor the Community Health and Wellness Fair on Friday, Aug. 26, before the first home football game at Northview High School. The theme is "Take a Timeout for Better Health."...
Vacant house burns (08/04/05)
At 2:39 this morning, members of the Posey Township Volunteer Fire Department were called to the scene of a structure fire at 307 Jackson St. in Staunton. The vacant two-story home, owned by Alan Target, was in the process of being remodeled and had power to the meter but not inside the structure. The second floor was lost to the fire, but firefighters were able to save the rest of the home although there was extensive water damage...
School budget reviewed tonight (08/04/05)
Tonight's special budget session of the Clay Community Schools Board of School Trustees is the first in a series of meetings required by law. A review and discussion of general budget and proposals for the School Bus Replacement Plan and the Capital Projects Plan are on the agenda of tonight's meeting. Other items, including personnel, may also be addressed by the seven board members and Superintendent William Schad in an effort to prepare the 2006 budget...
Knights kick off golf season with strong tourney finishes (08/04/05)
After a strong finish to the 2004 girls golf season, the Northview Knights have kicked off the 2005 year with a pair of strong finishes in their opening tournaments. The Knights advanced to the state final tournament last year and have already competed against some of the top teams in the state this week by taking part in the Brebeuf Invitational and the Valparaiso Invite as well...
RAYMOND J. ELLIOTT (08/04/05)
Raymond J. Elliott, 81, Noblesville, IN, died Wednesday, August 3, 2005, in Riverview Hospital in Noblesville, IN. He was born June 24, 1924, in Clay County, IN. He was a World War II Army Veteran. He was a carpet mill sales representative. He was a Past Commander of Fishers American Legion No. 470, Fishers Masonic Lodge, Directors Staff Murat Shrine, Indianapolis Scottish Rite, Keystone Chapter 470 O.E.S., V.F.W...
EFFIE LOUISE BROWER (08/04/05)
Effie Louise Brower, 74 Bridgeton, IN, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 2. Born in Parke County, she was a daughter of the late Roy Urbain, Sr., and Viola Brown Urbain. She was a homemaker. She spent her life being a wonderful, loving, and caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to many...
MARION NADINE WAMPLER (08/04/05)
Marion Nadine Wampler, 68, Edwardsport, IN, died August 2, 2005. at her residence. Survivors include her husband, Robert E. Wampler; two sons, A. J. Wampler of Louisville, KY, and Tim Wampler and wife Kim of Vincennes, IN; two sisters, Wanda Gene Wade of Live Oak, FL, and Beverly Duncan of Edwardsport, IN, and a grandson, Logan Gabhart...