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Stories from Thursday, January 19, 2006

What time will it be in the spring? (01/19/06)
-Brazil, Terre Haute and Indianapolis will remain on Eastern time INDIANAPOLIS -- The federal government has decided that eight counties in Indiana will soon join 10 others that have been in the Central time zone for years. The U.S. Department of Transportation also ruled Wednesday that nine other counties that wanted a switch from Eastern to Central time will stay put...
St. Vincent Clay preparing for pandemic (01/19/06)
State health officials and Indiana hospitals are working to finish up their plans for isolating and treating flu victims in case a deadly strain of bird flu that's spread from Asia to Turkey causes a global outbreak. Indiana hospitals must complete their plans for combatting a flu pandemic, or global outbreak, by August, but state health officials hope to see something from them by March...
In January, resolve to get into shape (01/19/06)
All right, there is no need to admit it, but we all know that losing weight after years of allowing yourself to gain a few pounds here and there is harder than expected. Once you start being honest with yourself and realize that the tire around your midsection isn't going away on its own, it's time to take your New Year's resolution seriously...
Northview freshmen pound out win over South Putnam (01/19/06)
Carey Fox photos Top photo: Damon Smith drives to the baseline, looking for an open teammate as Northview cruised to a 61-29 win. Bottom photo: Northview freshman Ethan Tanner draws contact from South Putnam's Noah Boswell on a drive to the basket. Tanner scored 27 in the Knights' win...
North Clay girls down Royals (01/19/06)
Andy McCammon photo North Clay seventh grade girls basketball coach Scott Fosdick (center) goes over a play during a timeout with his team, including (#43 - Ashlee Ball, #22 - Annie Smiley and (far right) Shelby Davis. The North Clay seventh-grade girls notched an authoritative win in the second game of their season, dispatching Chauncey Rose 33-12 Wednesday night...
Walter L. Bender Jr. (01/19/06)
Walter L. Bender Jr., 58, of Shelbyville, IN, died Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2006 at Heritage House Convalescent Center. Born July 14, 1947 in Brazil, he was the son of Walter Lee and Alberta Bender Sr. He had served in the Indiana National Guard for four years and was employed at CTI...