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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Stories from Thursday, January 5, 2006

ABC still off Brazil cable, available from Indianapolis on Dish Network (01/05/06)
- Superbowl to be broadcast on ABC-TV By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com Indianapolis Colts fans hope their team makes it to the Superbowl. If they have cable-TV in Brazil, they also hope they will be able to see the Superbowl, which will be on ABC television...
Local residents notice increase, but other Hoosiers really socked by heating bills (01/05/06)
Officials have warned customers that this year's heating bills will be more expensive than years past. But now that the bills have arrived, some are still experiencing sticker shock. Ross Township Trustee John Rooda, whose northwestern Indiana office processes applications for state and federal assistance, said families have bills of more than $500 a month this winter...
Veterans have new service office (01/05/06)
Andy McCammon photo Charlie Brown (far right), President of the Clay County Board of Commissioners, presents the keys to the new Veterans Service Office to recently re-appointed Veterans Service Officer Les Walden (seated). Attending the presentation were (from left) Post Commander L. Wayne Wright of American Legion Post No. 2, Commissioner David Parr, Vietnam-era veteran Jim Young and Post Commander James Cassidy of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1127...
New Year's Day crash sends one to hospital (01/05/06)
A 911 call around 10:26 a.m. Sunday, members of the Clay County Sheriff's Department and the Van Buren Volunteer Fire Department responded to a single car accident in the area of the intersection of U.S. 40 and N.C.R. 200 East that sent a Greencastle woman to the hospital with minor injuries...
Strong third quarter spurs Eels to key conference victory (01/05/06)
Carey Fox photo Clay City's Chelsee Gerber (#10) soars to the basket for two of her seven points off the bench for the Eels in a win over Linton. CLAY CITY -- When Clay City and Linton square off in any sport it's always a battle and Wednesday's girls basketball contest was no exception...
Palmer competes at John F. Hennessey Open (01/05/06)
File photo Heather Palmer competed in the John F. Hennessey Open recently, one of the top tennis tournaments in the Midwest. Northview senior Heather Palmer recently competed in the John F. Hennessey tennis tournament in Indianapolis where she had a strong showing in one of the Midwest's top tournaments...
South's Braves outmaneuver Knights (01/05/06)
Submitted photos Top: Robbie Pasalich (right) won a decision against Terre Haute South on Thursday. Bottom: Northview's Brandon Hathaway won by technical fall in Wednesday's match against Terre Haute South. Terre Haute South Vigo squeaked past Northview's wrestlers 37-35 at Terre Haute Wednesday, thanks in part to a crafty maneuver by South Head Coach Henry Villegas...