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Stories from Friday, August 19, 2005

Drivers from Illinois, Reelsville suffer collision (08/19/05)
Ivy Herron photo Redbird Garage driver Nick Glidden prepares to remove the black Ford Taurus from a ditch on the east side of S.R. 59 after being involved in a head-on collision late Thursday morning that caused traffic to back up and disruptions in water and telephone service for residents along Co. Rd. 700 N. Water can be seen bubbling up from a pipe that had its hydrant tore off by the Taurus, submerging a telephone junction box...
Crash affects water service to about 1,000 (08/19/05)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Approximately 1,000 residents south of Co. Rd. 700 N. to I-70 experienced problems with their water service Thursday because of an accident at the intersection of Co. Rd. 700 N. and S.R. 59. "Residents did not lose water service because of the accident, but they did experience low water pressure for a while," Mayor Tom Arthur told The Brazil Times Thursday afternoon...
Rescuers find kitten trapped at crash scene (08/19/05)
Ivy Herron photos Robin Little was one of the rescue workers who took a moment to help save "Crash" from being trapped inside a guard rail at Thursday's accident at S.R. 59 and C.R. 700 N. After the victims of Thursday's accident at S.R. 59 and Co. Rd. 700 N. were taken care of, rescue workers discovered that their job wasn't done...
Despite high gas prices, it's time to stay the course, investment advisor says (08/19/05)
Americans always seem to be facing new financial challenges. In the 1970s, there was a gasoline shortage that created long lines at gas pumps. After Sept. 11, 2001, the stock market plunged. Now, gasoline prices in Indiana keep bubbling toward $3 per gallon...
Northview hammers out volleyball sweep versus Patriots (08/19/05)
Carey Fox photo Kaley Huffman skies for a kill versus Terre Haute North on Thursday. It's been three long years for a group of four Northview seniors, three years with no victories against Terre Haute North. Until Thursday. The Northview seniors were vindicated in a big way as the freshman, JV and varsity all won their matches in straight sets over the visiting Patriots...
Knights can't hold on to first half lead versus Patriots (08/19/05)
Kelsey Haring (#13) chases down a loose ball ahead of North's Mary Conley. The opening 35 minutes of the 2005 soccer season looked quite good for the Northview girls team, the squad cracked the scoring column quick on visiting Terre Haute North to take a 1-0 lead...
Knights pick up win at Hulman Links (08/19/05)
The Northview girls golf team remained perfect in dual match competition with a 10 stroke win over host Terre Haute North at Hulman Links on Thursday, 174-184. Mary Beth Tribble tied for medalist honors with her round of 40 that duplicated North's Christine Dodson's score...
Eels earn season opening volleyball victory (08/19/05)
The Clay City Eels swept past visiting South Putnam to open their volleyball season on Thursday night with a 25-15, 25-21, 25-19 win. Ashley McCullough led the attack with 13 kills to go with four blocks and four service points. Courtney Dayhuff added in another 10 points to go with a pair of aces a block and five assists. Melinda Jackson also contributed to the cause with her 10 points to go with two blocks and a kill...
WILMA CATHERINE STARR (08/19/05)
Wilma Catherine Starr, 93, of Brazil, died at 3:17 a.m. Wednesday, August 18, 2005, at Cloverleaf Healthcare in Knightsville, IN. She ws born August 21, 1911, to George A. and Delores Elizabeth Rickard Reherman. October 26, 1931, she married Bert Starr. She enjoyed gardening and spending time with her grandchidlren...