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Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014

Stories from Monday, May 1, 2006

Cancer survivors, friends and family celebrate at Relay for Life Saturday night (05/01/06)
(Top) HOPE given to cancer survivors and patients by Relay For Life. (Center left) WTWO-TV 2 meterologist Jessie Walker reads the roll of names honored during the Luminaria Celebration during Saturday's American Cancer Society's Relay For Life event at the Y.M.C.A...
Change of venue locations chosen (05/01/06)
File photo Parke County Sheriff's Deputy Eddie McHargue escorts Chad A. Cottrell to court on March 23. Hamilton, Tippecanoe and Vanderburgh counties are the prospective choices for the venue change of the upcoming triple-murder case against Chad A. Cottrell. The announcement came from Parke Circuit Court...
New polling places (05/01/06)
Remember -- some polling places have changed since the last election: - Brazil 2, from Meridian Elementary School to First United Methodist Church, 201 N. Meridian St. - Jackson 3, from the modular buildings outside Forest Park Elementary to the Indiana National Guard Armory on S.R. 59 ...
Nearby trees used for Bridgeton Bridge (05/01/06)
LINTON, Ind. -- Tulip poplar trees harvested from Greene-Sullivan State Forest will provide some of the lumber to rebuild a Parke County covered bridge that was destroyed last year by an arsonist. A logging crew from the C.C. Cook & Son Lumber Co. of Reelsville is cutting 126 of the approximate 60-year-old trees from two different sites in nearby Greene-Sullivan State Forest and hauling them to Bridgeton, according to Steve Siscoe, property manager for the forest...
C.A.R.S. may bring rides to Clay County (05/01/06)
Representatives from the Indiana Department of Transportation and a not-for-profit agency met with local officials Friday to gauge interest in a plan to bring public transportation to Clay County. Basil Weiman, executive director of the non-profit Child Adult Resource Services (C.A.R.S.), asked for the support of the Clay County Board of Commissioners in instituting a small-scale public transit system in the county...
Northview track teams race to dual victory over Sullivan (05/01/06)
Carey Fox photos (Top) Kaley Huffman was part of the winning 1,600 relay team while (bottom) Joe Evinger was third in the discus for the Knights. The Northview track team earned a pair of road victories on Thursday night, sweeping past Sullivan in boys and girls team scoring...
Eels hammer Eminence (05/01/06)
Clay City continued some strong play of recent by pummeling Eminence in a Friday contest, 11-0. The Eels rang up 16 hits in the game and Tim Shaw shutdown the host Eels over a complete game effort, one-hitter, with eight strikeouts. Andre Hayes had three hits with his second homerun of the season and Justin Kearney also had three hits in the day in three at-bats with two runs driven in. Matt Vansickle added two hits with an RBI with Will Kennedy contributing two hits with a double...
Knights split in JV ball; Eels hammer Eminence (05/01/06)
Northview hosted the JV Invitational on Saturday, splitting a pair of games with Martinsville and Brown County. The Knights dropped their opener 11-7 to the Artesians despite a pair of doubles from Nick Lancaster and a home run from Jordan Pond. According to coach Scott MacDonald, "Defensively we made some mistakes that cost us some critical runs. ...
Knights split four with ranked teams (05/01/06)
Carey Fox photo Northview's Erica Conrad had two hits in a win over Gibson Southern on Saturday afternoon. Northview's softball team got a true test of their abilities this weekend, taking part in the Jasper Invitational which featured Forest Park, the Knights, Gibson Southern, Castle, North Posey and the host school. Each of the schools are receiving votes in the rankings except for the Knights who came into the tourney with a 12-1 record...
Xplosive victory!! (05/01/06)
The Greencastle Xplosion 14-and-under softball team were the winners of the USSSA World Qualifier held at the Midwest Sports Complex in Indianapolis on March 25. Pictured are (bottom l-r) Lauren Cooper, Raven Enders, Krystal Welch and Emily Dabkowski. (Top row l-r) Matika Byrd, Emily Phillips, Allysia Lollar, Ashley Douglas, Samantha Tomasino and Paige Gutierez...
Clay City splits on the diamond (05/01/06)
The Clay City baseball and softball teams split a pair of road matchups on Thursday evening. The baseball squad got a complete game three hit shutout from Andre Hayes in blanking Rockville by a 6-0 count to improve to 3-7 overall. The softball team wasn't quite able to duplicate the boys success when Owen Valley scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to overtake the Eels in a 4-3 defeat...
Freeda V. Weber (05/01/06)
Freeda V. Weber, 86, passed away in her home on April 29, 2006. She was born on August 5, 1919 in Bowling Green. She was the daughter of Wilmer and Etta Huber Buell. She graduated from Indiana Business College in 1939. During World War II, she worked as an accountant at Quaker Maid. Most of her working career she worked for her brother, Dr. Forrest Buell, as his accountant and office manager...
Shirley Wall (05/01/06)
Shirley Wall, 71, of Clay City died April 28, 2006, at 9:50 p.m. at her residence. She was born on Sept. 2, 1936 to Clarence Shepard and Treva Mae Grey. She married Lee Roy Wall on Aug. 3, 1957. Shirley was a cafeteria worker at the IU Medical Center in Bloomington. She participated in Head Start, enjoyed mushroom hunting and fishing. She was a giving person who helped deliver food baskets to the needy...