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Stories from Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Listening and learning from the best (11/22/05)
Ivy Herron photo Local veterans James C. Middledorf, of the U.S. Army Air Force; Bill Lynch, of the U.S. Army Infantry Rainbow Division; Harold Plunkett, of the U.S. Army Air Force; and Bill Morthland, of the U.S. Navy, attended the Veterans Day program at the Clay County Courthouse on Nov. 11...
Seen Around the County (11/22/05)
Andy McCammon photo Left -- 2005 Clay County 4-H Fair Queen Elizabeth Beyers prepares to present a medal at the Clay County 4-H Fall Achievement Program Friday. Also pictured (from left) are 4-H Program Assistant Jonathan Stevens and 2005 4-H Fair Princess Oakley Campbell. Among the speakers and presenters at the event were 4-H Youth Extension Educator Melanie Brown and Goat Show Superintendent Linda Jackson...
Statewide struggle to find bus drivers not a problem here, transportation director says (11/22/05)
Even as the Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees considers a request to raise bus drivers' pay, The Associated Press has learned many Indiana school districts are struggling with increasingly difficult searches for school bus drivers qualified to safely drive students to and from school...
Miller, injured in house explosion, continues to mend (11/22/05)
NOTE THIS: People who want to mail cards or letters can send them to: Tom Miller 630 Barnard Avenue Hamilton, Ohio 45013 Miller is doing well in Drake Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio. He is scheduled to move to Fort Hamilton Hospital Acute Rehab Facility within a few days to begin rehabilitation for burn injuries sustained in an explosion at his Harmony residence on Sept. 8...
Clay City girls finish strong to take down Rox (11/22/05)
Carey Fox photo Clay City's Angie Camp (#20) drives to the basket for two of her eight points. ROCKVILLE -- The Clay City girls basketball team learned the hard way on Friday night that they needed to play four quarters to earn a victory against Barr Reeve. They didn't need a second tutorial when they faced Rockville on Monday, closing out a 52-36 victory in the final period...
Unbeatens at Princeton (11/22/05)
Northview had four unbeaten wrestlers in Saturday's trip to the Princeton Tourney. (From l to r) Hank Weishaupt (2-0), Brandon Hathaway (4-0), Brian Griffin (3-0) and Josh Longo (2-0) all were unbeaten in a meet that featured teams from North Knox, Princeton, T.H. South, Tell City and Wood Memorial...
Eels Jr. High splits versus T-Birds (11/22/05)
Andy McCammon photo Clay City eighth grader Bill Newton (number 32) drives to the basket late in the Eels' 33-24 win over the Eastern Greene Thunderbirds Monday. Newton scored 21 points in the win. The Clay City Eels' eighth grade basketball team staved off a second-half surge to defeat the Eastern Greene Thunderbirds Monday...
MCKENZIE LYNN ORMAN-SHEPARD (11/22/05)
McKenzie Lynn Orman-Shepard, infant daughter of Tony Shepard and Susan Orman of Brazil, passed away November 13, 2005, at 5:45 a.m. at Indiana University Medical Center. She was born November 13, 2005, at 4:03 a.m. She is survived by her parents; her grandparents, Rick and Sandy Shepard of Rosedale, Pam Morgan of Brazil and James B. ...
EARL D. MCCULLOUGH (11/22/05)
Earl D. McCullough, 88, of Center Point, passed away at 4:30 p.m., November 20, 2005, at Regional Hospital in Terre Haute. He was born in Clay County, September 4, 1917, to Pearl and Ethel Hopkins McCullough. Earl attended Saline City High School and served in the United States Army in Manilla. ...
EVELYN KAY VANATTI (11/22/05)
Evelyn Kay Vanatti, 70, of Brazil, died Monday afternoon at her residence. She was born August 29, 1935, in Brazil, Indiana, as the daughter of Joseph and May McCullough Barr. Following graduation from Staunton High School she began a long career in local healthcare facilities as an insurance clerk. She was a member of Berea Christian Church and the Homebuilders Class...