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Stories from Friday, November 18, 2005

School board may cap insurance premiums paid by corporation (11/18/05)
Limited by current budget problems, the Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees discussed capping health insurance premiums and raises for administrative and non-teaching personnel at Wednesday night's special session. "It's time to establish some fiscal responsibility towards this and the upcoming budget," Board President Steven Grigsby told the audience at the start of the meeting. ...
Grant will give Rose-Hulman students access to telescope in Australia (11/18/05)
A grant from the Oakley Foundation will allow astronomy students at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology a 24-hour-a-day all-access pass to the wonders of the cosmos. The $141,634 endowment will be used to construct a telescope in the Blue Mountains region of New South Wales, Australia, capable of recording images that can be downloaded through the internet. Students and researchers at the school will control the telescope, dubbed the Oakley Southern Sky Observatory, from the school's campus...
Cottrell returns to court (11/18/05)
Edie Campe photos (Above) Parke County triple murder suspect Chad Allan Cottrell is escorted into the Parke County courthouse in Rockville Thursday to formally hear the State of Indiana's decision to pursue the death penalty if he is convicted. (Right) The mailbox at 2158 Wimmer Rd., Rockville, stands at the end of a driveway that leads to the house once inhabited by Chad and Trisha Cottrell. ...
Eels kick off new season with scrimmage (11/18/05)
Carey Fox photo Clay City senior Cole Schroer drives the basket during Thursday's scrimmage against Rockville. ROCKVILLE -- The Clay City Eels and Rockville Rox kicked off the action as a some of the first teams in the Wabash Valley to get some actual game experience when they faced off in a scrimmage on Thursday night...
Knights down Cougars (11/18/05)
Ali Rentschler (with the ball) and the Northview girls freshman basketball team earned a 24-22 win over Bloomington North. Katie Smith hit a jumper with 20 seconds left to earn the win. Shelby Colson and Ashley Clarke had six points each.
Clay City Jr. High victorious (11/18/05)
Andy McCammon photo Left: Austin Sinders and the Clay City seventh grade was victorious over Linton on Thursday evening. Right: Clay City eighth grade basketball coach Rodney Smith discusses late-game strategy with his team during a fourth quarter time out. The Eels cruised to a 59-38 victory...
North Clay's sixth grade 'A' team remains unbeaten (11/18/05)
The North Clay sixth grade basketball teams split a pair of games against Sarah Scott on Wednesday evening. The 'A' squad earned a 51-26 decision by putting together a dominating first half versus the Scotties. North Clay scored 15 points apiece in each of the first two quarters to go up by a 30-6 count at the halftime break. Chance Talbot had 16 of his game-high 22 points before halftime and five different players scored for the Knights in the opening two periods...
FRANCES MAE CHAMBERLAIN (11/18/05)
Frances Mae Chamberlain, age 85, of Brazil, died at 12:35 a.m. Thursday, November 17, 2005 at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born June 27, 1920 in Parke County, Indiana, as the daughter of Clarence and Artie Mitchel Thomas. She graduated from Van Buren High School. She married Earl Chamberlain November 4, 1939, in Brazil, IN. He preceded her in death in 1986...
KEITH K. ROBERTS (11/18/05)
Keith K. Roberts, 67, of Columbus, Indiana, died Monday, November, 14, 2005, in an automobile accident in Shelby County. Mr. Roberts was born in Brown County March 4, 1938, the son of Lester and Katherine Beryl Hendershot Roberts. He married Jane Ann Stanton on September 18, 1971...