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Stories from Tuesday, November 15, 2005

State Police announce promotion of detective (11/15/05)
On Oct. 23, Indiana State Police Superintendant Paul Whitesell, Ph.D. announced the promotion of Detective J. Troy Stanton to the rank of Detective Sergeant at the Terre Haute Post. Sergeant Stanton will serve as investigative squad leader for the detectives assigned to the Terre Haute Post. The Terre Haute Post is comprised of Parke, Vermillion, Vigo, Clay and Sullivan counties...
Time to get INShape, Indiana (11/15/05)
By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com The percentage of obese adults in Indiana has risen from 46 percent in 1990 to 62 percent in 2004. Nearly 30 percent of 6 to 19-year-olds in the state are obese. In short, Indiana is really letting itself go. Gov. ...
McHelp for the NHS prom (11/15/05)
Ivy Herron photo The 20 to 30 students on the Northview High School Junior/Senior 2006 Prom Committee will continue to make plans up until the night of the spring event. Pictured in Amy Wetnight's classroom, the students were choosing decorations for use at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College...
Nursing home residents evacuated during restaurant fire (11/15/05)
- Brazil firefighters among several departments responding to call for help at Cloverdale CLOVERDALE -- Nursing home residents were evacuated following a restaurant fire at Rick's Steakhouse, 5 S. Main St., Cloverdale. Residents at the Cloverdale Health Care facility, the building just south of Rick's Steakhouse, were evacuated from the scene some time around 3:30 a.m., Monday, Cloverdale Town Fire Marshal Mark Cassida said...
Victim's wife, brother-in-law at Scobee's side when police arrived, authorities say (11/15/05)
Indiana State Police at Terre Haute has released further details of their joint investigation with the Clay County Sheriff's Department into the death of a Carbon resident Sunday morning. Around 4:19 a.m., Sunday, emergency personnel responded to a 911 report of an unconscious male victim and lying in the roadway on CR. ...
Freshmen drop opener (11/15/05)
The Northview freshman girls basketball team opened their season versus Edgewood on Monday night, dropping a 33-18 decision. The Knights fell behind by double-digits early but closed within seven in the third quarter before the Mustangs finished off the win. Katie Smith led the way for the Knights with seven points...
North Clay sixth and eighth grade wins (11/15/05)
Carey Fox photos Left: Derek Duncan dishes off to a teammate during the 'A' team's win over West Vigo. Duncan added two points in the victory. Right: North Clay's Scott Wheeler goes up for a short jumper on his way to 12 points in the 'B' game. He also had six in the 'A' game's fourth quarter...
BESSIE BOYCE (11/15/05)
Bessie M. Boyce, 93, of Brazil, passed away November 13, 2005 at 11:36 p.m. at Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility. She was born January 14, 1912 in Staunton, the daughter of Ernest and Mary Barnett Ringo. August 6, 1927 she married James Oscie Boyce. Together they owned and operated the Boyce's...
BRIAN E. SCOBEE (11/15/05)
Brian E. Scobee, 45, rural Carbon, was pronounced dead at 5:02 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, on arrival at the emergency room of St. Cincent Clay Hospital. The death is under investigation by the Clay County Coroner. Born in Greencastle on Aug. 17, 1959, he had attended Greencastle High School and later earned a G.E.D. certificate of completion...
LUCILE HINES COOPER (11/15/05)
Lucile Hines Cooper, 92 of Brazil passed away November 11, 2005 at 3:12pm at the Clay Health Center. She had remained active until breaking her hip in May of 2005 and her health declined after that. She was born February 15, 1913 in Clay City. She was the daughter of George and Rose Burger Miller. She graduated from Clay City High School, Class of 1931. On June 30, 1932 she married Paul W. Roger Hines. He preceded her in death in March of 1974...