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Stories from Sunday, November 2, 2008

State champs! (11/02/08)
Northview wins seventh state marching title Hats off indeed. Anyone driving on United States 40 Saturday afternoon knew something had happened. Traffic had slowed. Fire trucks and police vehicles were all over the place. And a few Clay Community School Corp. school buses were on the road as well...
NHS set for 'Til Death Do Us Part' (11/02/08)
The Northview Theater invites everyone to a theatrical experience like no other. "Til Death Do Us Part," is an exciting murder-mystery comedy written by Craig Sodaro, and will be presented Friday, Nov. 7, 7 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 8, 2 p.m. in the Northview High School Auditorium. Emily Gough directs the show and Shaun Short and Josh Hoffman are providing choreography...
Strain places 122nd at state cross country finals (11/02/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor TERRE HAUTE -- Unseasonably warm temperatures at the Lavern Gibson Cross Country Course weren't enough to derail the Carmel Greyhounds from taking home both the girls and boys' team titles. However, the temps did play a big role for many competitors on the state's biggest cross country stage...
Once again, Irish can't finish off opponent (11/02/08)
By TOM COYNE AP Sports Writer SOUTH BEND -- Maybe the sprinklers coming on at Notre Dame Stadium during the first overtime against Pittsburgh was symbolic of how the Fighting Irish thought the game was over long before it was. The sprinklers came on in the north end of the field at 6:07 p.m., when Pitt had the ball at the 25-yard line at the other end with the score tied at 24. But the Irish thought they had the game won long before that...
Hamilton becomes youngest F-1 points champion (11/02/08)
By TALES AZZONI Associated Press Writer SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Lewis Hamilton became Formula One's youngest champion on Sunday, making a last-lap pass to finish fifth in the Brazilian Grand Prix and win the title by one point over Felipe Massa. Ferrari driver Massa won the race in front of his home crowd, but it wasn't enough to erase the seven-point lead Hamilton held entering the season-ending race...
Edwards wins second straight Chase race (11/02/08)
By MIKE HARRIS AP Auto Racing Writer FORT WORTH, Texas -- Carl Edwards won for the second straight week, squeezing a victory out of his last tank of gas. And this time Jimmie Johnson ran out of magic. The combination of the win by Edwards and a 15th-place finish by Johnson in Sunday's Dickies 500 at Texas Motor Speedway moved the race winner within 106 points of NASCAR Sprint Cup points leader Johnson with just two races remaining...
Sherman Nichols (11/02/08)
Sherman Nichols, 71, Brazil, passed away at his residence Nov. 1, 2008, following an extended battle with cancer. He was born in Brazil on Oct. 11, 1937, to Sherman and Ruby (Belk) Nichols. He attended Brazil High School and later received his GED. Following high school, he served his country in the United States Army, serving in Panama for several years...
Harold A. Heitz (11/02/08)
Harold A. Heitz, 82, Greenwood, passed away Oct. 31, 2008, at Greenwood Village South. Mr. Heitz was born Dec. 19, 1925, in Mt. Sterling, Ill., to Paul A. and Wilma Landrith Heitz. On Sept. 20, 1944, he married Mildred Hood. She survives. After 28 years at Union Carbide Corp., Harold retired in 1984 as Financial Control Manager. Besides working at Union Carbide, Harold was an active member of First Presbyterian Church of Greenwood, where he served as an elder and was a member of the choir...
Julie Sue (Stevenson) Coopride (11/02/08)
r Julie Sue (Stevenson) Cooprider, 34, Zanesville, Ohio, originally from Brazil, went home to be with the Lord early Friday morning Oct. 31, 2008, at her parents' home in Brazil surrounded by her family. She had fought a courageous four-and-a-half year battle with cancer...
Public Record 11-3-08 (11/02/08)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Oct. 31-Nov. 1. Awaiting Arraignment Pestoff, Kyle J., 18 Crabb, James M., 45 Wheeler, John, 55 Public Intoxication Pestoff, Kyle J., 18 Crabb, James M., 45...
Reader thankful for second chance (11/02/08)
To the Editor: I would like to testify to everyone who reads this paper. I have recently been brought out of a life that I thought I would never give up and put into a life that I thought I would never live. I am an alcoholic and I would like to say that I found the Lord and he has saved me and washed away my sins. I was so far down into a hole about four months ago, and I called on the Lord to help me and he did just that...
Thanks for the donations (11/02/08)
To the Editor: Cunot Community/Senior Center had a surprise visitor in State Representative Vern Tincher Tuesday, Oct. 28, at our weekly Bingo game. Mr. Tincher was one of our lucky winners. A sincere thanks to Mr. Tincher for donating his winnings back to the Cunot Community Food Pantry. His generosity is greatly appreciated...
Is the media still objective? (11/02/08)
To the Editor: What has happened to the impartiality of the media? Being neither Democrat nor Republican and a retired teacher, I find myself very disturbed by what I have seen and heard in our media regarding our presidential candidates. You do not have to be a Constitutional Law expert to know that John McCain is eligible to run for office...
Vote to keep township government (11/02/08)
To the Editor: Vote no to shift township government to the county government. Learn the truth, it will cost us far more, and be far less efficient. Keep our township government. Joe Kernan is not telling the real story. James Elliott, Bowling Green
Overseas visitors enjoy trip to Brazil (11/02/08)
To the Editor: This letter is being written mainly for those who think that Brazil does not have much to offer anybody. I recently had visitors from Biel, Switzerland, for five days. They not only enjoyed the U.S., but they also liked Indiana and even little Brazil...
Voter not a fan of current governor (11/02/08)
To the Editor: I don't know if this letter will be published before the election or not. But I am hoping it does. Everyone has the right to vote their preference. However, if you want four more years of the present governor, that's your choice. He has already messed this state up and sold out to foreigners...