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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Stories from Friday, September 30, 2005

House fire on C.R. 600N (09/30/05)
At 8:14 a.m. Thursday, a call regarding a house fire located at the home of Stacey Crowder, 506 E. C.R. 600 N, led to the response of Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Department, Posey Township Volunteer Fire Department, Center Point Volunteer Fire Department and Poland Volunteer Fire Department. ...
Watch the thermometer (09/30/05)
As fall temperatures tend to chill, many residents hope the United Way thermometer will rise. Why? Because each dollar on the thermometer represents a pledge to meet the needs of Clay County residents. The money you donate is used to fund various United Way agencies that serve Clay County residents...
Pump Prices (09/30/05)
The prices for regular, unleaded fuel this morning at Clay County gas stations were: BRAZIL AREA I-70 AREA CLAY CITY AREA The Brazil Times is offering free car pooling want-ads to people seeking rides or want to offer rides. Call 446-2216 for more information...
School board changes health insurance carrier (09/30/05)
In a short meeting Wednesday evening, the Clay Community School's Board of Trustees approved the Indiana State Teachers Association Trust to administer the new health care insurance plan instead of the present provider, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield...
New system helps public safety personnel talk to one another (09/30/05)
Ivy Herron photo Clay County Emergency Management Director Bryan Husband and Chief Deputy Doug Barr discuss the benefits of the new Integrated Public Safety Commission/Project Hoosier SAFE-T communication tower located at 307 W. Church St. with Implementation Director Dave Smith. The project, which consists of 126 communication sites being built around Indiana, is scheduled to be completed in 2006...
Saying goodbye ... (09/30/05)
A line of 12 police cars led the way to Richard Alan Swearingen's final resting place, as the procession followed from Schoppenhorst Funeral Home to St. Peters Cemetery in Clay City. Members of the Bowling Green Volunteer Fire Department, Center Point Volunteer Fire Department, Coal City Fire Department, Dick Johnson Township Volunteer Fire Department, Lewis Township Volunteer Fire Department, Perry Township Volunteer Fire Department and Poland Volunteer Fire Department paid their respects to the family and blocked a portion of State Road 59 for the procession. ...
Knights shutout Owen Valley in girls soccer (09/30/05)
Northview's girls soccer team won their fifth match of the season on Thursday night, earning a 5-0 shutout over host Owen Valley that improved their WIC mark to 4-1 overall. "We had pretty good play across the board," commented coach Don Bryan. "We had some nice combination play in the middle and Kelsey Haring and Ahnya Alstott gave us some nice pressure."...
Eels fall short of Terre Haute North harriers (09/30/05)
File photo Rachael Narlock was eighth for Clay City on Thursday night. The Clay City cross country teams got a chance to face off with Terre Haute North on the Eels turf on Thursday evening. The Patriots would come out on top in both meets though the Eels gave them all they could handle in the boys meet...
Opening round of tennis sectional has dramatic finishes (09/30/05)
Carey Fox photo Garrett Turpin won in straight sets during Thursday's sectional matchup with Linton. The Linton Miners got a measure of revenge against Northview in tennis action on Thursday night. Unfortunately for the Knights, the turning of the tables means an end to the season while the Miners advance to face Greencastle in Saturday's sectional finals...
Northview girls ready for state finals (09/30/05)
Friday's scenery should provide a familiar environment for the Northview girls golf team. The Knights will take part in the Indiana High School State Golf Championship for the fourth consecutive year beginning with round one play on Friday morning. The top nine teams and any team within 12 strokes of the lead after round one will advance to Saturday's final round. The top nine individuals, excluding those that advance with teams, will also move on from Friday's round...
Knights face South Vermillion in Homecoming battle (09/30/05)
The Northview Knights will be the Homecoming opponent for the South Vermillion Wildcats on Friday night. The Knights come in on a three game winning streak against the Wildcats, averaging nearly 45 points per game on the streak while shutting out South Vermillion in two of the games and allowing just a touchdown last season...
CATHY AMENDOLA RINGO (09/30/05)
Cathy Amendola Ringo, 50 of Marietta, GA, passed away September 22, 2005. She was born November 29, 1954, in Plainville, CT, the daughter of Madeline Amendola. She worked for Travelers Insurance and as a project manager for a worldwide civil construction company. She later obtained her real estate license and enjoyed working in real estate sales. She became an active member of the Canine Assistants Program and enjoyed helping with their programs...