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Stories from Monday, July 2, 2007

Single-vehicle accident results in injury (07/02/07)
Speed was a factor in a Sunday morning accident that sent three Terre Haute teenagers to the hospital. Shortly after 10 a.m. Sunday, Clay County Sheriff's Deputy James Switzer and Jason Frazier along with members of the Clay City Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to an area near C.R. 600 S. and C.R. 100 W. Upon arrival they found a green passenger car in a farm field...
Residents by wary of staph germ (07/02/07)
According to a comprehensive study recently released, a dangerous, drug-resistant staph germ may be infecting as many as 5 percent of hospital and nursing home patients The study, conducted by the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, showed that at least 30,000 U.S. hospital patients may have the superbug at any given time, about 10 times the rate that some health officials had previously estimated...
NASA honors former resident (07/02/07)
Ken Williams has been quite busy recently. And through his efforts, he was recently recognized by NASA. Williams, a former Brazil resident, was awarded a NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal earlier this month. The 1974 Brazil High School graduate said the award came with a citation, which read, "For your engineering excellence as the Stardust Navigation Team Chief in detailed planning, review and operations of the successful sample return phase of the mission."...
Man arrested for growing operation (07/02/07)
The man authorities were looking for in connection with a small marijuana growing operation discovered near Carbon Thursday was arrested late Friday evening. Dale Edward Calvert Jr., 37, Carbon, was booked into the Clay County Justice Center for warrant charges of possession of marijuana/hashish and possession of paraphernalia shortly after 9 p.m. on a $5,000 no cash bond...
Officials: More will be charged in case (07/02/07)
Although Kevin L. Hampton was convicted of killing Tanette Dickison and Cassie Harris in November 2004 recently, officials involved in the two murder cases say legal proceedings are not over. "There are issues remaining about other individuals involved in these matters," Clay County Prosecutor Lee Reberger said, adding that he would be unable to comment about pending cases against other individuals after Hampton's conviction Monday. "The State of Indiana intends to pursue these matters fully."...
Shuman scores final lap pass for sprint win (07/02/07)
PUTNAMVILLE -- Fireworks lit up Lincoln Park Speedway's skies as well as the track on Saturday night. The Putnamville oval saw 113 cars unload for the biggest crowd of the season and the talented drivers at LPS did not disappoint their fans. Casey Shuman and Jeff Bland Jr. put on perhaps the evening's best show in the sprint feature...