TERRE HAUTE —
Hissah Sultan and Fahad Ayad Alotaibi, boy, May 11.
Holly Alisha Chesterfield, boy, May 11.
Bobbie Jean and Gary Don Jeffers, Casey, Ill., boy, May 12.
Devon Skyllingstad and Jeffrey James Kinne, boy, May 12.
Tabetha Jo Baker and Steven Charles Hooper, girl, May 13.
Michelle Lynne and Charles Nathan Kemp, Farmersburg, boy, May 13.
Misty Dawn Schaefer, Martinsville, Ill., and Nathan Lee Reynolds, girl, May 13.
Tiffani Michelle and Joshua Eugene Higginbotham, Marshall, Ill., girl, May 14.
Stephanie Lynn and Robert Ray Aldred, Brazil, girl, May 15.
Mya Elizabeth Cheatham and Delancey Tyrone Ellington, boy, May 15.
Stephanie Paige Johnson and Christopher James Gordon Loyd, boy, May 15.
Caitlyn Marie Konazeski, West Terre Haute, and James Arthur Elliott, boy, May 15.
Jaynie Marie Ridge, boy, May 15.
Emily Nicole Buchanan, Marshall, Ill., and Bobby Lee Powell, girl, May 16.
Brittney Rose Kaulani and Christopher Lee Hamblin, Rosedale, boy, May 16.
Macy Anne and John David Kreilein, Harmony, girl, May 16.
Tara Angela Kay Anderson and Courtney Indiana Weger, boy, May 17.
Julie Ann and Jeremy Donall Coombes, Rosedale, girl, May 17.
Heidi Jo and Kristofer Allen Kimbler, boy, May 17.
Miranda Nicole Warpenburg and Joshua Allan Jeffries, girl, May 17.
Starla Michele and Jeffrey Thomas Baresic, girl, May 18.
Regina Lee and Kyle Levi Poynter, Rosedale, girl, May 19.
Misty Marie and Jason Alan Essex, West Terre Haute, boy, May 20.
Katrina Elizabeth Rose Jean Gibbons Cottrell, girl, May 20.
Paula Nicole McCay and Travis James Carson, boy, May 20.
Angelica Dominique and Danial Joseph Blouvet Williams, girl, May 20.
Cassie Kaylynn Allen, Montezuma, and Sean Anthony Kelsheimer, girl, May 21.
Desiree Cecil Baugh, Greencastle, and Tyler Ray Billings, girl, May 21.
Kelly Lee Davis and Jesse Morgan Aleshire, girl, May 21.
Lindsey Marie Hughbanks, Brazil, and John Carl Lee Hendrix, boy, May 21.
Leslie Ann and Brandon O’Neal Wright, boy, May 21.
Delaney Michael Joan Coffin, Brazil, and Gene Jacob Hanson, girl, May 22.
Allison Lynn and Jesse Luke Foury, boy, May 22.
Karissa Jean and Jesse Andrew Clark, Martinsville, Ill., boy, May 23.
Ashly Nicole Johnson, Marshall, Ill., and Seth Alan Chilton, boy, May 23.
Heidi Suzanne Johnston, Veedersburg, and Joey Neal Kenner, boy, May 23.
Tricia Rose and James Joseph Tanoos, boy, May 23.
Jun Xu and Jiachun Xie, girl, May 23.
Sommer Donielle and Nathaniel Glenn Hutchinson, Bloomington, Ind., girl, May 24.
Amanda Jo Hills, Marshall, Ill., and Owen Andrew Norris, girl, May 25.
Traci Nicole Baker, boy, May 26.
Suann Jaleigh Potts, Seelyville, and Johnathan Alexander Williams, girl, May 26.
Tricia Marie and Donald Mathew Larimer, girl, May 27.
Hawa Yousef Aburawy and Mohamed Beled Benmusa, boy, May 28.
Lindsey Nicole and Jonathan Reed Hoskins, girl, May 28.
Sarah Rae and Jason Paul Stroot, Rosedale, boy, May 28.
Leah Nicole and Chad Jay Tislow, boy, May 28.
Courtney Lynn Whitlock, Sullivan, and David Cooper, twins, boy and girl, May 28.
Holly Ann and Kyle Gene Curtsinger, West Terre Haute, twins, boy and girl, May 29.
Joy Anne Hall, Rockville, and Joshua Leon Carpenter, girl, May 29.
Kaysha Marie and Matthew Gene Hickman, Veedersburg, boy, May 29.
Katelynn Justine Johnson, Poland, and Timothy Daniel Clapper, girl, May 29.
Nakeya Monee Jones and Christopher Lee Wilson, boy, May 29.
Rachel Nicole Scheid, girl, May 29.
Amanda Jo and Ronald Bradley Short, Covington, girl, May 29.
Kami Marie Stephens, Linton, and Kyle Blake Fuller, boy, May 29.
Nichole Marie and Logan Patrick Young, girl, May 29.
Natalie and Craig R. Cottrell, boy, May 30.
Leigh Anna and Ronald Earl Elliott, girl, May 30.
Danielle Nichole and Christopher Ryan Jena, boy, May 30.
Jamie Lynn and Samuel Robert Plant, boy, May 30.
Melissa Sue and Kenneth Eugene Rooksberry, Brazil, boy, May 30.
Rebecca Ann and Matthew Thomas Sutherland, Center Point, boy, May 30.
Kendra Sue and Matthew Lee Bowden, boy, May 31.
Christin Nicole and Jeremy Daniel Casserly, girl, May 31.
Kendal Ann Clark and Justin Ray Wells, girl, May 31.
Monica Jean Davis, Brazil, and Erasmo Hernandez Cortez, girl, May 31.
Amber Lorraine Hastings and Corey Michael Deakins, boy, May 31.
Sarah Lynnette and Daniel Christopher Pomeroy, girl, May 31.
Brandi Dawn Walters and David Loyd Hammond, girl, May 31.
Shelby Lynn Marie Cox, Carbon, and Seth William Bemis, girl, June 1.
Ashley Renee and Bryant Michael Athey, Casey, Ill., girl, June 1.
Jessica Joan Burns and Eric Robert Atterson, twin girls, June 1.
Jennifer Lynn and Travis Lee Vinzant, twin girls, June 1.
Shannon Maureen and Alexander Bryce Pritchard, Covington, boy, June 2.
Amanda Nicole Thornton and Dustin Ross Higginbotham, girl, June 2.
Taunja Suzette Blackburn, Vincennes, and Mark Gregory Irr, girl, June 2.
Brittney Nichole Jackson, Brazil, boy, June 3.
Samantha Leeann and Michael Lee Canfield, Rockville, girl, June 3.
Brethany Jo Johns and Brandon Michael Williams, boy, June 3.
Briana Leah and Lance Dominic Hart, boy, June 3.
Lauren Elizabeth Eldred and Kehrt Vaughn Cochran, girl, June 3.
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The atmosphere, which smelled delicious, was thick with excitement as dozens of German soccer fans crammed into the Bierstube Sunday afternoon for the World Cup final match.
Building up for grabs
It would be impossible to name all of the entrepreneurs who have opened businesses over the past 100 years in and around the 12 Points Hotel on Terre Haute’s near north side.
STATE OF THE STATEHOUSE: Road to funding Indiana highways jammed
If you’ve driven on either of Indiana’s two busiest interstates recently, you’ll understand why a blue-ribbon commission last week called for adding traffic lanes to those harrowing highways.
Restaurant Inspections: July 14, 2014
Airman laid to rest back home in Indiana six decades after death
Unchecked tears rolled down Paul Martin’s lined face as he clutched the hand of an Air Force servicewoman who handed him a handwritten note at the graveside service for his older brother.
Along the southern bank of Otter Creek near Clinton Street, across the street from North Terre Haute Christian Church, some rocky soil has proven to be fertile ground for new seeds.
Meeting need for fresh foods
There’s something about watching a zucchini go from seedling to soup that is satisfying for Jean Diemer.
Celebrating 60 years of pride at Hulman Field
The buildings may have changed, and the mission has certainly changed, but the pride remains the same when those celebrating the 60th anniversary of the 181st Intelligence Wing of the Indiana Air National Guard came together Saturday at Hulman Field.
Treasure-hunters forced in doors
Rain on a Saturday morning can be a big bummer for yard sales.
Tank wiring said to be cause of oil-field fire
An electrical short has been blamed for a Friday night fire at the Pinnacle Exploration oil field on Fruitridge Avenue south of Hulman Street.
Annual St. Ben’s community festival kicks off
The St. Ben's Community Festival kicked off Friday night and continues from 5 p.m. until midnight today.
Adding to the mix
The mix of local food choices will get a fresh stir in the near future, as a café opens a second location, a pizza place moves downtown and a national chain sprouts in two more spots.
Shift from jets to intelligence
Loud, impressive fighter jets once zoomed regularly across the sky in Terre Haute, their roars drowning out the sounds of televisions and telephones all around the area.
Candidates’ views clash over more education testing, vouchers
Indiana needs to change direction to improve education, said Democrat Jim Mann, who will face incumbent Rep. Robert Heaton, R-Terre Haute, in a rematch race for Indiana House District 46.
Fraudulent checks with an extra ‘t’
A Terre Haute woman who received a large check in the mail this week wants to warn others that though the check looks legitimate, it is a scam.
Truck, van collide, stopping some U.S. 41 lanes for an hour
Northbound traffic on U.S. 41 south of Terre Haute was blocked for about one hour Friday because of a two vehicle crash.
Indianapolis closing nightlife street on weekends
Indianapolis officials will close the main street through a nightlife district to motor vehicles on Friday and Saturday nights to reduce violence there.
Man revives 3-year-old who was face down in pool
Authorities in central Indiana say a man revived his 3-year-old son after spotting the boy face down in an apartment complex pool.
Vigo County Jail Log: July 11, 2014
The following individuals were booked into the Vigo County Jail by area law enforcement on Thursday and Friday, based on jail records.
New exhibits set to open at Red Skelton museum
VINCENNES (AP) — Events are being planned for the opening of new exhibits at the museum celebrating the career of the late comedian Red Skelton in his southwestern Indiana hometown.
10 Things to Know for Friday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Mayor: City will not file bankruptcy
The Terre Haute City Council took well more than an hour to ask questions and discuss the health of the city’s finances with top city officials in a special meeting Thursday night. A few councilmen expressed grave concern about the financial picture, while Mayor Duke Bennett said things were improving.
State official threatens prosecution of city leaders who talk about audit
A state official has threatened to pursue the prosecution of city officials if they violate a confidentiality agreement signed last month.
ISU, 181st Intelligence Wing show off capabilities at expo
Communication and getting unmanned eyes in the sky can be vital parts of responding to a natural or man-made disaster.
Feds relent: Military to restore equipment program for fire departments
An agreement has been reached to keep surplus military equipment rolling into rural fire department bays in Indiana and 47 other states.
UW kicks off pilot campaign
Dottie King remembers the day she saw a young man leaving St. Ann’s Dental Clinic after having 17 teeth pulled. He had not received sufficient dental care before that day so his need was dramatic. That was unlike King, who had visited the dentist regularly since childhood, but still found getting a tooth filled not on her list of fun things to do. “I thought to myself, ‘I never have thought about the blessing of dental care,’” King recalled, sharing that story on Thursday morning with other volunteers for the United Way of the Wabash Valley.
Indiana’s director of homeland security sees unmanned systems’ potential
Integrating unmanned flight systems into use for domestic surveillance can provide first responders with key information in responding to fires, earthquakes and man-made disasters, said John Hill, director of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
Stunt performer scheduled to be at Wigwam
A celebrity stunt man named Jim “Crash” Moreau is scheduled to perform at Terre Haute’s Wigwam Skate and Event Center on Saturday.
Rain barrels offered for sale
The Vigo County Soil and Water Conservation District is taking orders for 55-gallon rain barrels.
Tips lead to meth lab bust
Two people were arrested after police busted a clandestine methamphetamine lab Thursday in the 2200 block of Fourth Avenue in Terre Haute.
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