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Stories from Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Oops, there was a glitch! (08/30/05)
When the Clay Community School Corporation gave away computer units at East Side Elementary on Aug. 15, many people waited in line for more than four hours to get one of the free computers. Maybe it was the frustrating wait. Maybe they didn't understand that a computer requires an operating system to work properly or that it was worth paying the $5 installation fee. ...
New jail subject of special session (08/30/05)
Clay County Commissioners continue to work toward completion of the new jail. Like any new construction, there are always decisions to make and expenditures to authorize. At a special meeting Monday morning, the commissioners learned money may be difficult to come by. ...
Fuel supplies continue to tighten, wholesaler says (08/30/05)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com What a difference a day makes, but when it comes to the fuel supply, 24 hours only means supplies are tighter than they were Monday afternoon. "It seems the supply is tightening a bit more," Jim Owen, President of Spence/Banks Oil Co. in Terre Haute said Tuesday afternoon...
Brazil Open participants (08/30/05)
Area youth were well represented at the recent Brazil Open golf tournament held at Forest Park. Players that competed include: (front row l-r) John Tribble, Dylan Moore, Ryan Turner, Trent Sims, Logan Kile, Jacob Musgrave, Josh Hoskins, Jordan Gaskill, Daniel Eaglin, Drew Snyder and Forest Park Golf Pro Mark Rogers. (Back row l-r) Olivia Oehler, Emilie Gottsche, Amy Cunningham and Morgan Holt...
Golf team remains unbeaten with tri-meet win (08/30/05)
Left - Abby Smith watches a putt during Monday's match. Smith shot a 47. Right - Jenae Huffman tied for medalist honors at 42. The Northview golf team struggled a bit on their home course Monday night but still came away with a tri-meet victory at Forest Park versus Cascade and North Central...
CHARLES WESLEY LYBARGER (08/30/05)
Charles Wesley Lybarger, 91, of Terre Haute, passed away Sunday, August 28, 2005, in Union Hospital. He was born March 9, 1914 in Brazil, IN, to William E. Lybarger and Maude Cagle Lybarger. His wife of 66 years, Kathryn "Katie" Rhoden Lybarger whom he married on March 28, 1939, preceded him in death on May 29, 2005. He was also preceded in death by his parents, one son, Charles Edward Lybarger, one brother, Herschel Lybarger and two sisters, Emma Rudisel and Helen Bell...