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Stories from Thursday, October 30, 2008

State Bound! (10/30/08)
Imperial Regiment excited about trip back to finals It's been three years since the Clay City Imperial Regiment has participated in the Indiana State School Marching Association State Finals. But on Saturday, the band will compete against nine other Class D bands for the 2008 state title...
Aargh!!! (10/30/08)
Carolyn Freeman (front, from left) Carroll Harden, (back) Doris Pell and Brenda Purcell are four of 23 members of the Melody Makers of Clay County, who will perform their musical production, "Aargh!!!" for the Delta Theta Tau Province Convention Saturday at the Holiday Inn, Terre Haute. The performance is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m...
State Bound! (10/30/08)
Marching Knights geared up for finals appearance Twenty-one straight years. That's how many years the Northview Marching Knights have advanced to the Indiana State School Music Association State Finals. In fact, during the past 32 years, Northview -- or Brazil High School -- has only missed ISSMA State Finals twice...
Alleged sexual battery suspect turns self in (10/30/08)
A suspect believed to be involved in a sexual battery incident arranged to turn himself in to detectives at the Clay County Justice Center Wednesday evening. Shortly after 6 p.m., Richard T. Fulk, 22, Terre Haute, turned himself into investigators of the Indiana State Police Department and was later transported to the Vigo County Jail where he was booked on an arrest warrant for a class D felony charge of sexual battery...
Area agency sets up health workshop (10/30/08)
TERRE HAUTE -- Area 7 Agency on Aging and Disabled has been trained and licensed by Stanford University to offer community courses on Chronic Disease Self Management. This course is open to those who have chronic, long-term conditions such as, diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, asthma, lung disease, emphysema, stroke, Parkinson's disease, osteoporosis and multiple sclerosis as well as many others...
Strain prepared for run at state finals glory (10/30/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Success in the sport of running isn't something that is achieved lightly. While casual fans will see the postseason success that Wabash Valley runners have had this year, what they probably haven't seen is the long miles and nearly constant work that has gone on to achieve the accomplishments...
Hull enjoys travel baseball success (10/30/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Summer time means baseball for many Clay County athletes and Zach Hull was no different. The Clay County athlete played for both the Clay Youth League 14-and-under baseball team as well as for the Indiana Prospects 14U travel team that is based in Noblesville. The Prospects compiled a 52-17 mark during the season and finished as the number one travel team in Indiana...
Panthers worried about side against Irish (10/30/08)
By ALAN ROBINSON AP Sports Writer PITTSBURGH -- Defensive back Eric Thatcher knows how quickly a Pitt football season can change. Not for the better, either. The Panthers opened 6-1 in coach Dave Wannstedt's second season in 2006, tying their best opening record in the previous quarter-century. One more victory would have assured a winning season and bowl game appearance...
Judge: Vick must show up in person for plea (10/30/08)
By LARRY O'DELL Associated Press Writer SUSSEX, Va. -- Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick won't be allowed to plead guilty to dogfighting charges by videoconference, a judge ruled Tuesday. Vick's lawyers had requested that he be allowed to enter the plea from federal prison in Leavenworth, Kan., where he is serving a two-year term since admitting he bankrolled a dogfighting operation and helped execute dogs...
Colts likely to have Sanders back, but Jackson to miss rest of year (10/30/08)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Tony Dungy thought the Colts might finally be close to full strength this week. Not so fast. As Bob Sanders and Joseph Addai practiced for the second straight day, Dungy announced Thursday that Indianapolis' injury rash has hit another starter: Cornerback Marlin Jackson will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury...
Public Record 10-31-08 (10/30/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Oct. 29-30: Clay Superior Court - Civil Thomas W. Tedder Vs. Darla K. Tedder: Domestic Relations Clay Circuit Court - Civil Riddell National Bank Vs. Mark A. Torbert and Robin E. Torbert: Civil Collections...
Avoid 'scary' investment moves (10/30/08)
As we approach Halloween, you'll spot many ghouls, ghosts and graves, which you probably will find more amusing than frightening. However, whether it's Halloween or not, you can encounter things that truly might threaten your future well-being -- such as scary investment moves...