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Stories from Thursday, August 18, 2005

Tangled! (08/18/05)
According to Wabash Valley Asphalt employee, Joe Burdick, a company truck with a lift bed was pouring asphalt onto Alabama Street, next to the Sheriff's Department on Wednesday. When the truck went to lower the bed, the bed got caught on a utility line. The truck had been freed and had left when this photo was taken. The orange ribbons were tied on the line to warn drivers of tall vehicles that the line is sagging...
Woman extricated after crash (08/18/05)
Ivy Herron photo Emergency personnel from Search and Rescue, Jackson Twn. and Van Buren Vol. Fire Departments and Trans-Care work together to remove Mary Jo Betzen, of Edmond, Okla., from her van damaged in an accident at the Pilot Travel and Gas Center yesterday afternoon just north of I-70...
Handwoven textiles just one of woman's many interests (08/18/05)
Peggy Taylor is one busy lady. Teaching, weaving, spinning, knitting and raising sheep are just a few of the many activities that occupy her time. But Taylor says she likes being involved in such a variety of endeavors. "I make mostly handwoven textiles these days," she said. "I generally work in wool, cotton and linen. I also use handspun wool."...
Knights show grit in close loss to Cardinals (08/18/05)
BLOOMFIELD -- The Northview boys tennis team may not have a lot of experience on the court, but what they lack in game experience, they make up for in determination. The squad showed that during Wednesday's match versus Bloomfield. The Knights dropped a 3-2 decision overall to the Cardinals, but the battles within those scores were what made the biggest impression...
Knights preparing for opening night road trip (08/18/05)
Carey Fox photo The running game will be a very important aspect of the Knights offense as the season begins. The 2005 football season kicks off on Friday night with Northview making a long road trip to Salem to take on the 3A Lions. Salem struggled to a 3-7 mark last season and a first round sectional loss to Edgewood (16-6) that came on the heels of an 8-3 mark in 2003...
Northview linksters still unbeaten (08/18/05)
The Northview girls golf team remained unbeaten on Tuesday afternoon by taking a 168-201 victory over host Terre Haute South at Rea Park. Leading the way for the Knights was Mary Beth Tribble who shot a score of 40 while both Madison Kirchner and Millie Akers each carded a 41. Jenae Huffman recorded a 46 for Northview...
HILDA TORBERT (08/18/05)
Hilda Torbert, 76, of Brazil, passed away August 16, 2005, at Clay County Health Care Center. She was born November 14, 1928, in Clay County, the daughter of John A. Lunsford and Flora Lints Lunsford. She graduated from Bowling Green High School, Class of 1946. ...
MARY MAXINE GARD ROYER (08/18/05)
Mary Maxine Gard Royer, 81, of Cory, died Wednesday, August 17, 2005, at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. She was born on May 25, 1924, to Fred and Annabelle Roush Gard. She was a graduate of Cory High School. On July 24, 1943, she married Gilbert Royer. She was employed by the Clay County Hospital where she worked in the supply department. She was a member of Cory Zion Church, Cory Rebecca Club, she enjoyed crafts, cake baking and loved taking care of her grand kids...
WILLIAM STEPHEN VANSICKLE (08/18/05)
William Stephen Van Sickle, 64 of Brazil, died at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 16, 2005, at his home. He was born May 13, 1941, in Clinton, Indiana as the son of Ruth W. Van Sickle. During the Vietnam War he served in the U.S. Army from 1965 until 1970. He married Sherry Armstrong in Brazil on May 18, 1984...
EVA BLANCHE WALDROP (08/18/05)
Eva Blanche Waldrop, 96, of Brazil, passed away August 17, 2005, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born December 16, 1908 in Arkansas, the daughter of Nomedo Baldwin and Sophia Brigham Baldwin. December 18, 1927, she married Emery Lester Waldrop. ...