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Stories from Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Community Foundation Awards (10/03/07)
Jason Jacobs photos The Clay County Community Foundation awarded a grant of $13,800 to the Clay County 4-H Council Tuesday night as funding for a new building at the Clay County Fairgrounds. Pictured are (from left): Foundation Vice-President Paul Sinders, 4-H Treasurer Martha Knox, President of the Fairgrounds Committee Jim Smith and Foundation Board Member Lee Reberger...
InShape Indiana to conduct walk at Popcorn Festival (10/03/07)
Grab your shoes for a walk in Forest Park Saturday morning at the Popcorn Festival. Registration for the walk is from 8:30-9 a.m. at Shelter 13, by the swimming pool. The event is part of InShape Indiana, WALKS ACROSS INDIANA statewide program. The walk is open to all who enjoy exercise for fun and fitness...
Soldiers return from Iraq (10/03/07)
Indiana National Guard Sgt. Shawn Johnson, Fountanet, Ind., one of the soldiers who returned home at the Indianapolis Airport Sunday evening, learned to appreciate many things while stationed in Iraq for the past year. "You take small things, like a Coke machine, for granted," Johnson said laughing, and then he got serious. "You really don't realize all that you've got in this life, like family, until they are gone."...
Sheriff addresses incidents during town council meeting (10/03/07)
The Center Point Town Council held their monthly meeting Tuesday night at the town hall to discuss matters pertaining to the town. The first issue addressed was the miscommunication between the town and the Clay County Sheriff's Department during an incident earlier in the month...
Assessor: Tax protests have been minimal (10/03/07)
Clay County residents have voiced their displeasure over assessment and property tax bills, but have not protested them to the extent of other counties. "For the assessment ending March 1, 2006, we have only received 154 protests of the values or the property tax bill," Clay County Assessor Mark Barnhart said. "Clay County has 22,649 taxable parcels, so this means only .68 percent of the parcels were protested, which is a very small amount."...
Smoking cessation classes aim to help people break the habit (10/03/07)
Smoking can be a tough habit to break, but with the right help it may be easier. The Clay County Health Department is offering another Smoking Cessation Class, starting on Monday, Oct. 15, to help those interested in kicking the habit. "What we try to do is use behavior modification to help people become non-smokers," Part-Time Staff nurse Linda Messmer said. ...
Knights celebrate Senior Night with win (10/03/07)
Finishing on a strong note to finish the regular season was a primary goal for the Northview girls' soccer team on Tuesday evening. Scoring a victory on Senior Night was even more pressing. Consider both goals accomplished as the Knights scored single goal in each half and senior Christina Arvin added her seventh shutout of the season with a 2-0 victory over visiting Southmont...
Knights earn regional championship berth (10/03/07)
GREENWOOD -- The Northview tennis team extended their season by earning a berth in the regional championship match this afternoon at 4:30 p.m The Knights got wins at both doubles positions and from No. 1 singles player Austin Akers to advance to the finals...
County athletes continue success in college (10/03/07)
With beautiful weather prevalent in the Midwest over the weekend, the county's collegiate athletes enjoyed beautiful weather for their events. On Friday evening, Northview's Emily Pugh competed with her Indiana State teammates at the 52nd Notre Dame Invitational. The Sycamore women finished 14th in the 23-team field. Pugh placed 105th overall in a time of 19:31 while Terre Haute North grad Kayla Alexander was the top finisher for ISU in 27th overall in 18:31...
Irvin Wayne Zimmerman (10/03/07)
Irvin Wayne Zimmerman, 61, Peru, died Sept. 29, 2007, at Lutheran Hospital, Ft. Wayne, at 8:53 p.m. Born May 1, 1946, in Peru, he was the son of Joseph Wayne Zimmerman and Julia "Jean" Spillman Chambers. He worked at W.C. Redmon Company and Bryan Steam Corp. He enjoyed fishing and horses...
Robert "Bob" Ray Romas (10/03/07)
Robert "Bob" Ray Romas, 73, lifetime resident of Clay County, passed away at his residence at 3:15 p.m., Oct. 1, 2007, following a lengthy illness. Born in Clay County's Perry Township on Oct. 11, 1933, he was the son of Harry and Emma Siegelin Romas...
Sylvia Ellen Webster (10/03/07)
Sylvia Ellen Webster, 94, long time resident of rural Rosedale, passed away at Clay County Health Center at 8:15 p.m., Sept. 30, 2007. Born March 4, 1913, in Vigo County, she was the daughter of Kestril and Lurenda (Hamble) Berry. In her earlier years, she worked as a housekeeper for a family in Terre Haute as well as College Professor Mr. Strum. She also worked in a tearoom and tomato factory in Indianapolis...
AMELIA ANNE 'MIA' TRIBBLE (10/03/07)
John and Arlene Tribble would like to announce the birth of their granddaughter, Amelia Anne 'Mia' Tribble. Mia was born on Aug. 9 to Brad Tribble and Dr. Heather Webb. She joins brothers Tim and Zachary and sister Natalie. Maternal grandparents are Steve and Connie Webb, and great-grandparents are Harry and Pauline Webb...
MR AND MRS AARON CRAWN (10/03/07)
Molly Kaye Bilyeu and Aaron Samuel Crawn were united in marriage on April 28, 2007, 4:30 p.m., at Trinity Lutheran Church in Terre Haute. The Rev. Roger Herrig officiated. Sarah Johnson provided music. The bride is the daughter of Brad Bilyeu and Jeanne Bilyeu, of Terre Haute. ...
TARA LYNCH AND JEFFREY MCCULLOUGH (10/03/07)
Tara Lynch and Jeffrey McCullough are proud to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2007, at the Union United Methodist Church. Invitations will be sent. There will be a reception immediately following, with a dinner and dance at Traditions...
NATALE MARIE NICOLETTI AND MONTE DALE EDWARDS JR. (10/03/07)
Terry and Vicki Nicoletti, formerly of Brazil, are proud to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Natale Marie Nicoletti to Monte Dale Edwards Jr. on Oct. 27, 2007, in Carmel. Natale and Monte are 2000 graduates of Northview High School and a 2004 graduates of Indiana State University...
MR. AND MRS. TOMMIE HOLIFIELD (10/03/07)
Tommie and Glenna Holifield will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 5, 2007. Tommie is retired from Hulman Field Airport as an Air Traffic Controller. They have five children, Rick and Pennie; Jimmy and Pamela; Jeff and Susan; Susie Ennis and fiancee Tony Davis; and Judy Maynard. They have 15 grandchildren, four step-grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and four step-great-grandchildren...
MR. AND MRS. RONALD WEBSTER (10/03/07)
Ron and Bev will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 2-5 p.m., at the Harmony Community Center, US 40, Harmony. They were married on Oct. 11, 1957, at the Union E.U.B. church by the Rev. Lawrence West...
Generations (10/03/07)
Four Generations: Lucille Nelson, with daughter Sharon Oehler, both of Brazil; grandson Scott Kirchner and great-grandchildren, six-year-old Anthony, three-year-old Connor and nine-month-old Jacob Kirchner, all of Tampa, Fla. Five Generations: Virgil and Mary Landes (far right) with son David Landes, granddaughter Lisa Robinson, great-granddaughter Darcy Stahl and great-great-granddaughter Madison Rae Stahl...
Public Record 10-3-07 (10/03/07)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Oct. 1-2: Clay Superior Court -- Civil CACH, LLC Vs. William Yockey: Civil Collections HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc. Vs. Rene L. McKinney, First Horizon Home Loan Corp. and Mortgage Electronic Reg. Systems: Mortgage Foreclosure...