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Stories from Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Truck rolls on I-70 (12/13/05)
Ivy Herron photo A tandem semi, enroute from Indianapolis to Vincennes, overturned on I-70 near the 25-mile marker westbound before dawn Tuesday. The truck was carrying sodium chloride, a hazardous, flammable material. When officials arrived on the scene, the driver asked for a hazardous materials team to be called to the accident. ...
Click it or ticket: National campaign helps pay for local enforcement (12/13/05)
Patrolmen from the Brazil City Police Department took to the streets as part of Operation Pull Over from Nov. 13-27, issuing 94 tickets and warnings for traffic violations. "With so many other calls to do during a regular patrol, it takes away from an officer's time for traffic duty," Police Chief Mark Loudermilk said. "They just can't concentrate on traffic issues."...
ISU may add law school (12/13/05)
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) -- Indiana State University is considering creating a law school, but the proposal is in its early stages. ISU has completed a preliminary review of the idea, and will now work on a more detailed feasibility study, which should be completed by June, said university president Lloyd Benjamin...
Hamster campaign raises $500 for hungry (12/13/05)
Submitted photo Interpersonal Relationships students present the check for the First United Methodist Church soup kitchen. Pictured are Marilyn Bowers, Rhonda Alstott and students Justine Thompson and Lindsey Dickerson. When the Northview students in Joanna Connors' first-period Interpersonal Relationships class were asked to raise money for a service project, Connors had an annoying idea for a fundraiser...
Ladybirds halt five-game winning streak for the Eels (12/13/05)
Carey Fox photo Kristen Tyler (#22) goes up for a rebound with Sarah Kennedy #23) CLAY CITY -- Mother Nature didn't do the Clay City Eels any favors by breaking their momentum with a Thursday snowstorm. The Eels came into last Thursday by beating their last five opponents by more than 20 points per game. The snowstorm postponed the game against the Miners and the Eels didn't get a chance to play for a week leading up Monday's contest versus North Central...
Northview frosh hold off Braves (12/13/05)
Andy McCammon photo Northview freshmen coach Zach Keyes talks to his players during a timeout versus Terre Haute South. Northview's freshmen basketball team skated out to an early lead against Terre Haute South Wednesday, but a second-half lapse left the Knights struggling to seal the win...
LINCOLN SHANE TURNBILL SCHWARTZ (12/13/05)
Lincoln Shane Turnbill Schwartz, 25, Indianapolis, IN, died at 2:14 p.m. Sunday, December 11, 2005, in the St. Vincent Clay Hospital Emergency Room. He was born July 14, 1980, in Marion County, IN. Survivors include his son, Landon Alexander Rottler; his life partner, Kari Rottler; his mothers, Vicki Schwartz and Vanessa Moore, both of Carbon, IN; two brothers, Ski Schwartz of Terre Haute and Josh Terhune of Indianapolis; twin sisters, Ruth Schwartz and Geneva Erin Schwartz both of Carbon; grandparents, William and Ruth Evans of Indianapolis, Charlie and Geneva Doughty of Carbon and Bob Moore of Brazil; also a great-grandmother, Irene Blackwell.. ...
ETHEL I. SUTHERLIN STEVENSON (12/13/05)
Ethel I. Sutherlin Stevenson, 88, of Russellville, Ind., died at 2 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, 2005, at Hickory Creek of Crawfordsville. She had cooked for several restaurants and was a member of Eastern Star No. 330 of Groveland for 50 years. She was born Feb. 14, 1917, at Hoosierville, Ind., to Oliver Perry Hall and Etta Roe Hall...