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Stories from Monday, October 17, 2005

School Board trying to accommodate the future (10/17/05)
"The time to act is now," Superintendent William Schad told the Clay Community School Board of Trustees at Thursday's meeting. "The community has ownership in these buildings, and they're going to pay for it with their tax dollars, so they need to be involved."...
Marsha, Marsha, Marsha! (10/17/05)
Andy McCammon photo Northview senior Marsha Krisenko, her guidance counselor Susan Treash and Principal Jim Church pose with a press release from Sen. Bayh announcing Marsha's selection as Northview's delegate to the Indiana Service Leaders Summit...
Toys-for-Tots campaign now underway (10/17/05)
United States Marine Corps Staff Sergeant Tim Kosky addressed an audience of corporate sponsors and volunteers Wednesday at the Toys-for-Tots area kick-off luncheon at the Terre Haute Salvation Army. Kosky said he is confident that Toys-for-Tots' 2005 campaign will meet the need of area underprivileged children...
Accident on State Road 159 kills Lewis resident (10/17/05)
Around 3:30 p.m. Friday afternoon, Indiana State Police Trooper Matt Ames was dispatched to the scene of a fatal accident just north of Lewis on state road 159. According to an ISP press release, Donald Hayne, 71 of Lewis, was traveling northbound on S.R. 159 in a 2004 Dodge pickup when, for an unexplained reason, he crossed the center line and collided with a 2006 Mack truck driven southbound by Jonathon Scales, 50, of Paxton...
Local child dies after bicycle-car accident on Highway 40 (10/17/05)
Around 7:00 p.m., October 14, a 911 call to the Clay County Sheriff's Department from a motorist traveling on U.S. Hwy. 40 reported an accident involving a juvenile on a bicycle and a vehicle near the Industrial Parkway. When Deputy Josh Clarke arrived on the scene near Great Dane Trailers, witnesses reported that two juveniles were riding their bikes in the east bound lane of U.S. ...
Bridge festival draws thousands to Parke County over the weekend (10/17/05)
Top Left: Edie Campe photo-- People cross the Mansfield Bridge on Sunday during the Covered Bridge Festival. Top Right: Ivy Herron photo-- Traffic was backed up from the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival on Sunday afternoon for miles. In this photo you can see the traffic along State Road 59 all the way from Brazil, which can be seen at the top of the photo, to about a half a mile south of the Carbon turnoff. ...
Northview girls fall in sectional heartbreaker (10/17/05)
Carey Fox photo Left: Northview's Jennifer Woodcox (#16) defends a Sullivan player during Saturday's sectional semifinal. Woodcox also became the single season scoring leader in Northview history. Right: Tiffany Young (right) gets her head on the ball while Sullivan's Alex Jackson battles her for position...
Knights repeat as conference champions with win over Eagles (10/17/05)
Greg Stultz (#42) and Jamie Bays drag down Cori Rubadue of Brown County after a reception.
Clay City splits volleyball matches (10/17/05)
Clay City lost to Linton 22-25, 18-25, 15-25 on Saturday night despite Ashley McCullough's eight kills, six blocks and three points. Junior Sarah Kennedy had six blocks, three kills and four points with Courtney Dayhuff chipping in with 10 points and five assists. Kendra Roe had 14 digs in the loss...
Eels reach rarified air with semistate berth (10/17/05)
- Northview's Grounds also headed to Bedford semistate - Photo courtesy Bloomington North H.S. Top: Logan Bettenbrock (left) of Clay City leads Terre Haute South's Andrew Sullivan during Saturday's cross country regional. Bottom:Northview's James Grounds leads an unidentified Terre Haute South runner during the Brown County Regional...
SEBERT LEE JACKSON (10/17/05)
Sebert Lee Jackson, 63, of Indianapolis, died Oct. 13, 2005. Sebert was born Jan. 7, 1942 to Robert Lee and Eileen Marie McKenzie Jackson in Clay County. Sebert loved the outdoors and hunting. He worked for the State of Indiana Department of Workforce Development Tax Administration, Special Projects. He was a member of the Bethesda Baptist Church in Brownsburg, Ind...
JOHN H. "JACK" NEAL (10/17/05)
John H. "Jack" Neal, 83 of Clay City passed away Oct. 15, 2005 at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. He had been in failing health for the past four years. He was born July 30, 1922 in Clay County, the son of Charles Rollis Neal and Lola Hochsterler Neal. ...
MARY K. HARDEN (10/17/05)
Mary K. Harden, 86 of Bloomington, formerly of Clay City, passed away Oct. 15, 2005 at The Residence of McCormick's Creek. She was a resident of Beverly Healthcare in Bloomington of three years before coming to the Spencer area. She was born Nov. 30, 1918 in Clay County, the daughter of Henry Leohr and Hulda Huffman Leohr. ...