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Stories from Thursday, May 11, 2006

Customers contribute thousands (05/11/06)
Parke County REMC recently awarded $21,857 to local organizations through its Operation Round Up fund. Operation Round Up is a voluntary participation program that is funded by Parke County REMC members who allow their monthly electric bills to be rounded up to the next whole dollar. The added amount is placed in a trust fund and administered by an independent board of directors. The board is made up of community leaders who serve on a voluntary basis...
One-vehicle accident (05/11/06)
Ivy Herron photo A 1995 Chevy Monte Carlo sets off the road following a crash a half-mile east of the intersection of C.R. 200 E. on N. C.R. 600 N. The driver, Robin Yocom, and a passenger, Brett Yocom, sustained minor injuries. Animals in the road contributed to a single car accident on N. C.R. 600 N. Wednesday morning, said Indiana State Police Master Trooper Sam Stearley...
Have books, will travel (05/11/06)
Ivy Herron photos Waiting for their limousine ride to Pizza Hut were Kaylee Mason, Darien Sutherlin, Tina Stapert, Kara Clodfelter, Trent Barnett, Baileigh Burns, Shailyn Ennis, Samantha Gibbens, Tiffany Gillie, Ashlee Hartley, Troy Jeffrey, Kristen Kilker, Drake McKee, Alexis Mills, Danny Rains, Brittany Ray, Justin Sampson, Sarah Stallcop and Jacob Vansickle. Joe Davis was the chauffeur...
Board looking out for non-teaching staff in midst of teacher contract talks (05/11/06)
Each time financial cuts to the General Fund have been made in the past, the Clay Community School Board cut administrative salaries and benefits and non-certified staff salaries, wages and benefits. Board President Steve Grigsby is concerned about the money and benefits paid to administrators and non-certified staff...
St. Vincent-Clay sponsors physicals (05/11/06)
As athletic director at Northview High School and North Clay Middle School, Charlie Jackson has an abiding appreciation for the St. Vincent Clay-sponsored program that provides free sports physicals to Clay County student-athletes. "I can't say how much that the school, the athletic program here appreciates the doctors and nurses who donate their time for this. It's overwhelming," he said. "It's a shame more athletes don't take advantage."...
Sectional draw made for softball postseason (05/11/06)
The IHSAA Softball Sectional draw gave area high schools a definitive path in the postseason beginning with state-wide games beginning on May 22. The Northview Knights will kick off their postseason with a team that they are very familiar with this year, Terre Haute North...
Northview baseball earns victories (05/11/06)
The Northview baseball team improved to 15-3 on the season with a 14-3 victory against host North Central at Farmersburg on Tuesday night. The Knights got home runs from Cody Crooks and John Reberger in the victory. Reberger had a 2-for-2 night with three RBIs while Crooks was 2-for-4 in the contest to lead the Knights...
REV. BILLY HUNT (05/11/06)
Billy Marvin Hunt, 77, a retired United Methodist minister, went to be with his Lord on Tuesday, May 9, 2006, at his home in Vassar, Kansas. He was born Sept. 6, 1928, in Brazil, the son of Ross and Marie Tilley Hunt. He married Marilyn Miller on April 10, 1947, in Brazil, a union that lasted for 59 years...