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Stories from Friday, April 28, 2006

ISU unveiling minor in motorsports (04/28/06)
The offering of a new minor in motorsports management is just one way that Indiana State University is responding to the needs of the motorsports industry, an area of growing importance to the state of Indiana and the nation's economy. Three ISU colleges (business, health and human performance, and technology) will collaboratively deliver a minor and are working together to study the industry to determine what other programs and initiatives are needed. ...
Hung jury means new trial for one of the men accused of injurying officers (04/28/06)
On Thursday morning, a hung jury was unable to convict Larry Douglas Winn, 43, of felony battery charges involving two patrolmen from the Brazil City Police Department. Unable to reach a verdict at first on any of the charges against Winn, Superior Court Judge Blaine Akers sent the jury members back to the jury room for further deliberation...
Start your engines... (04/28/06)
Edie Campe photos Top: After working all year, two Northview students were able to drive the 53 (stock entry) and 19u (unlimited entry) cars at the Indianapolis Raceway Park during the IMSTEA Super Mileage Challenge Monday, April 24. Below: The small tank on the 19u car holds about a pint of fuel...
Inmates proud to be among biggest losers (04/28/06)
Andy McCammon photo Pictured are Indiana Department of Corrections Commissioner J. David Donahue, Gov. Mitch Daniels and James Boyles. The governor recognized inmates who lost the most weight during a visit to the Rockville Correctional Facility on Wednesday...
7 candidates seek 3 school board seats (04/28/06)
The May 2 election is the only time this year voters can cast a vote in the school board race. This made Wednesday night's Candidate Forum at the Clay County 4-H Fair Grounds the only time Kelly Rollings, Dwight Clerk, Forrest Buell, Cody Barnard, Brian Atkinson and incumbents Terry Barr and Ted Jackson could speak face-to-face in a public forum on the issues...
'Ladies, please ...' First Popcorn Festival Queen to be chosen on Saturday (04/28/06)
Nine contestants from Northview High School want to become the first-ever Popcorn Festival Pageant Queen. Popcorn festival committee members recently expressed the hope that Clay City High School will choose to participate next year. The nine contestants are Heather Palmer, Kaitlyn Lawson, ChCarra Yockey, Melissa Medearis, Kelsey Haring, Kaleigh Bennett, Brittney Spugnardi, Callie Froderman and Kacy Cooksey...
Knights win in golf and JV baseball (04/28/06)
Andy McCammon photo Northview's Nick Lancaster got it done on his own in the third inning of a junior varsity contest with Terre Haute South Thursday. Lancaster walked, swiped second base and scored when the throw intended to catch him stealing third careened into the outfield...
Eels sweep in track tri-meet (04/28/06)
Carey Fox photos (Top) Andrew Marrs won the shotput and discus in Thursday's action while (below) Hannah Moore won the 800 and 1,600 individual events for the Clay City Eels. The Clay City Eels got multiple individual wins from Andrea Ladd (100 M - 13.6 and 200 M - 29.4) along with Rachael Narlock (HJ - 5-0, LJ - 15-0 1/2 and 300 hurdles - 52.7) as well as Hannah Moore (800 - 2:45 and 1,600 - 6:28) to beat Riverton Park and North Central in Thursday's track action...
Northview tennis team corrals Mustangs in road victory (04/28/06)
Madason Stevenson won a straight set winner on Thursday. The Northview tennis team picked up a road sweep over Edgewood in WIC action Thursday evening. The Knights got a healthy Heather Palmer back at No. 1 singles and she shutout Erika McGlone by a 6-0, 6-0 score and No. 2 player Madason Stevenson continued playing well by handling Ashley Meek, 6-0, 6-1. Sarah Cox completed the singles sweep at No. 3 with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Emily O'Malley...
NORMA JUNE MCKEE DICKEY (04/28/06)
Norma June McKee Dickey, 78, of Franklin, Indiana, formerly of Clay County, passed away Friday, April 28, 2006, at Franklin Meadows. She is survived by her husband, Paul Arthur Dickey; four daughters, Tanya Ogle, Paula Dorris, Rhonda Morales and Kandie Feyerabend; two sons, Mark McKee and Randy Dickey; one brother, Jack McKee; six sisters, Dorothy Steir, Kathryn Purchell, Gloria Klass, Kay Gorby, Nancy Herrick and Clarice Fulk; 14 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren...
HAROLD F. RAY (04/28/06)
Harold F. Ray, Sr. 65, of Brazil, passed away on Tuesday, April 25, 2006, at Regional Hospital. He was born on September 25, 1940, in Indianapolis, the son of of Betty Phillips Ray and Francis "Ennis" Ray. He married Delores Muncie Ray on July 31, 1959. ...
ROBERT J. "BOB" WAMPLER (04/28/06)
Robert J. "Bob" Wampler, 69 of Carbon, passed away April 24, 2006, in the St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born June 24, 1936. He was a cook on a ship in the U.S. Navy and later worked in the constructing trade and worked trimming trees for Townsend's Tree Service. He enjoyed bingo, gardening, fishing and going to gambling boats...