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Stories from Wednesday, September 19, 2007

School board approves new health plan (09/19/07)
Beginning Jan. 1, 2008, the Clay Community School administration and non-certified staff will be under a new health care plan. The board voted on the new plan Tuesday night during a meeting at North Clay Middle School. "We believe that it is less expensive for the corporation and the employee than keeping the status quo insurance," School Board President Terry Barr said...
Law dinner (09/19/07)
On Tuesday, Eastside Christian Church conducted a dinner for area law enforcement and fire agencies. With several in attendance, Clay County Sheriff's Dept. Det. Sgt. Jeff Maynard digs into dessert. This is the sixth year the church has put together the dinner in honor of the victims of Sept. 11, 2001...
Cause of trailer fire under investigation (09/19/07)
A family was devastated when they returned home to find their trailer on fire Tuesday afternoon at Northview Estates. "I was hit in the face with heat and thick black smoke when I opened the door," James Michael said, about the fire officials believe started in the kitchen area of the trailer located at Lot No. 15. "I shut it, grabbed the dog and told my wife to move our car across the road, away from the trailer."...
Potential inland port still in planning stages (09/19/07)
TERRE HAUTE - The Interim Committee on Transportation Matters met at Terre Haute International Airport Tuesday morning to listen to testimony for a potential inland port. An inland port allows a shipping container to be transferred between a ship and a road vehicle or train. Any goods in the container can only be loaded or unloaded at its point of origin or when it arrives at its final destination...
Club News (09/19/07)
TRI- COUNTY COMMUNITY CLUB The Tri-County Community Club held their meeting at the Zion United Church of Christ on Aug. 15. A delicious meal was served by Donna Rubeck, the hostess for this month. The afternoon meeting was opened by Diana Nees, our president. We all said the Pledge of Allegiance and the club creed...
Painting to be raffled during Popcorn Festival (09/19/07)
The Clay County Artists presented a painting of the "Mansfield Mill" to Sharon Brown, Director of the Senior Center, to be used as part of their fund raiser. They will be selling raffle tickets on the painting which will be raffled off Oct. 7, at the Popcorn Festival. There are a limited number of prints available also. The prints were made by A+ Printing, who also donated part of their work. Prints are $5 and framed prints for $25...
County battle goes the Knights (09/19/07)
CLAY CITY -- Northview claimed the temporary county bragging rights with a pair of team cross country wins over rival Clay City on Wednesday evening. The Knights took the top-four spots in the boys' race, led by Landry Moore's victory in 17:54, to win with a score of just 17 points to the Eels' 41 and West Vigo's 82...
Northview improves WIC boys' soccer mark (09/19/07)
Northview Senior Forward John Latta was the difference maker in Tuesday night's 7-3 soccer victory over the South Vermillion Wildcats. Latta made a steal and scored the game's first goal with 34:30 left in the first half, but it was just the start of a magical half for the Knights...
Braves escape in five-game thriller (09/19/07)
There's never a shortage of emotion when Terre Haute South and Northview square off on the volleyball court. While in this case familiarity doesn't necessarily breed contempt, but it sure does turn a rivalry white-hot. Nearly all the players on both teams play club volleyball either on the same teams or in many of the same complexes for practices and tourneys. ...
Notre Dame looks to get better through more physical practices (09/19/07)
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Winless Notre Dame is getting physical to try to solve its problems with an inept offense and a defense that missed too many tackles in an embarrassing 38-0 loss to Michigan. The Fighting Irish (0-3) went into training camp mode to try to get going in the right direction. ...
Rosella Anne Haltom McPike (09/19/07)
Rosella Anne Haltom McPike, 76, Rosedale, died Sunday, Sept. 16, 2007, at Meadows Manor North, Terre Haute. Services will take place at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 19, at Friendly Grove Baptist Church, 8576 S. 75 W, Rosedale. Private burial will take place Ciane Brunot Cemetery...
Births (09/19/07)
PAUL ALLEN WEGNER Ben and Ashley Wegner are proud to announce the birth of their son, Paul Allen Wegner. Paul was born on Sept. 3, 2007. He weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20 inches long. Paul was welcomed home by his paternal grandparents Greg and Sue Wegner, of Brazil; and maternal grandparents Gail and John Stewart, and Jim Runyan, of Terre Haute...
Weddings (09/19/07)
MR. AND MRS. TRAVIS DOUGLAS Alexis and Josey Montgomery would like to announce the marriage of their mother, Denise to Travis Douglas on Friday, Aug. 31, 2007, at 1 p.m. in a private ceremony. Denise is the daughter of Rudy and Debbie Leanio. She attended Northview High School and is a stay-­at-home mother, with Alexis and Josey...
Engagements (09/19/07)
MEGAN LYNN TUCKER AND BRANDON SCOTT MCMAHON Jamie and Douglas Chrisman, and James and Lisa McMahon II are proud to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their son, Brandon Scott McMahon to Megan Lynn Tucker, daughter of Forrest and Dawn Tucker, of Danville, on Oct. 6, 2007, at 7:30 p.m. at the New Providence Baptist Church, 6526 S. CR 500 E., Greencastle...
Anniversaries (09/19/07)
MR. AND MRS. BARNEY CONRAD Mr. and Mrs. Barney Conrad will be celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on Sept. 27. They were married in Evansville. Mrs. Conrad is the former Wanda Baker, of Lawrenceville, Ill. She is a registered RN and is retired from St. Anthony's Hospital and Terre Haute Regional Hospital...
Class Reunions (09/19/07)
Van Buren High School class of 1977 The Van Buren class of 1977 held its 30 year reunion on Aug. 4, 2007, at Oak Ridge Golf Course. Attending the reunion were: (first row) Randy Crowder, Shirley Diehl Crowder, Mary Gavin Burkhart, Debbie Reberger Burns, Debbie Elliott Kesler, Cindy Butler McKinney; (second row) Robert Phipps, Anita Thomas Pugh, Julie Price Pinkerton, Lisa Shaffer McMahon, Sharon Fagg Reinoehl, Joanne Knox Northcutt, Gayla Garrison Thiemann, Cindy Mershon Parr, Mark Parr; (third row) David Harshbarger, Sandy Stearley, Sherry Creed Wheeler, Susan Haddon Ashe, Mary Mace Bowen and Tami Spence McGowan. ...
Public Record 9-19-07 (09/19/07)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 18: Marriage License Applications Benny DeWayne Roy, 61, Brazil, and Christine Marie Hamilton, 47, Brazil Jason Scott Johnson, 28, Brazil, and Misty Marie Archer, 27, Brazil...