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Stories from Tuesday, January 10, 2006

School board, administration and teacher's association ask, 'How much of a raise can we afford?' (01/10/06)
Frank Phillips graphic Legend: 1. Clay Community schools, 2. North Putnam schools, 3. South Putnam schools, 4. Southwest Parke schools, 5. Vigo County schools. Bar 6 is the state average salary. Information supplied by Indiana Department of Education Web site: http://www.doe.state.in.us/...
House fire investigated (01/10/06)
Ivy Herron photo Posey Assistant Fire Chief Errett Miller and firefighters Jon Yocom, Doug Phillippe and Jennifer Market prepare to enter the residence of John and Elizabeth Fulk, 104 N. Green St., Staunton, on Monday during Fire Marshal Mike Fowler's investigation into the cause of the Friday evening fire...
Rollover remains mystery (01/10/06)
Around 2:16 p.m. Monday, a 911 call reporting a semi rollover had emergency personnel scrambling to the scene, but upon arrival had them scratching their heads in frustration during the investigation. The accident happened on private property just north of C.R. 1100 N at S.R. 59...
Junior high Eels split with visiting South Putnam (01/10/06)
Carey Fox photo Clay City eighth grader Spenser Barrett drives to the basket during the Eels win over South Putnam. - Eighth grade now 9-1 CLAY CITY -- Clay City's junior high basketball team had mixed results in their first game's after the holiday break...
Seventh grade Knights earn win (01/10/06)
Andy McCammon photo Andrew Butts (left) fires a shot up over a South Vermillion defender. The North Clay seventh-grade Knights picked up an easy conference win Monday, dismantling South Vermillion on their way to a 50-31 victory. The game marked the first meeting this season between North Clay and South Vermillion. ...
North Clay sixth grade girls earn wins over Shakamak (01/10/06)
The North Clay girls sixth grade basketball teams earned a pair of wins over Shakamak on Monday. The 'A' squad got 11 points from Dallas Butts and six from Kalyn Lucas to win 23-18. Alyssa Conrad added four and Kylie McKee had two points. The 'A' squad dominated in a 44-4 win as Samantha Montague, Josie Hensler, Jennifer Price and Abrey Welton all had 10 points...
Northview rallies for overtime win over Marshall (Ill.) (01/10/06)
The Northview Knights rallied from a seven point deficit through three quarters of action on Saturday night to force overtime and pick up a 61-52 win over the visiting Marshall Lions of Illinois. The Knights outscored Marshall 13-4 in the extra session and were led for a second consecutive night in scoring by junior Matt Stuckey who tallied 19. The win also halted a three game losing streak for the Knights and sets them up for their Friday matchup with rival Terre Haute South...
CATHRYN TRIPLETT LUCAS (01/10/06)
Cathryn Triplett Lucas, 86, of Indianapolis and formerly of Brazil, died 2:45 a.m. Monday, January 9, 2006, at Community Hospital East in Indianapolis. She was born August 25, 1919, in Dick Johnson Township as the daughter of Fred and Mable Snow Triplett. She graduated from Van Buren High School in 1936 and Indiana State University in 1940. She married Edwin G. Lucas on May 7, 1943, in Boise, Idaho...
LEONARD O. BUELL (01/10/06)
Leonard O. Buell, 84, died at Union Hospital at 1:44 p.m. Sunday, January 8, 2006. He lived in Bowling Green until recently when he moved to Bethesda Gardens Nursing Home. He was born August 14, 1921, in Clay County to Everett Harrison and Julia Ann Hart Buell. ...