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Terre Haute Tribune Star (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, Terre Haute, Indiana We Battles knights Valley High school football teams Square off sports i by Ril Tribune trib stardom a see a time lapse video of stage set up for blues at the Crossroads festival Star saturday september 12, 2015 serving Terre haute and the Wabash Valley remembering 9/11 Tribune Star pm Coli c Gnu for every soul lost 3,557 flags represent the victims of the attacks on sept la 2001, and Are part of a memorial at Roselawn cemetery North of Terre haute. Attacks still Felt 14 years later 9/11 victims relatives Mark anniversary with grief appeals moments of silence by Jonathan Lemire and Jennifer Peetz associated press a new York during years of going to ground Zero every sept. La Tom Acquaviva has seen crowds diminish at the cer a a a monies commemorating the terror attacks. But his determine lion to participate Hasni to. A was Long As in a breathing. Ill be Here Quot Acquaviva i said Friday As he arrived to pay tribute to his late son Paul. More than 1,000 victims relatives survivors and recovery workers marked the 14th anniversary at ground Zero with grief gratitude and appeals to a a 20-year-old Florida Man has been arrested and charged with distributing information relating to explosives destructive devices and weapons of mass destruction and suggesting that an of or Mant in Kansas City target a commemoration of the sept la 2001, attacks a online a see a video from Roselawn cemetery at trib stardom a Bryan r Smith silence retired new York City firefighter Joseph Mccormick visits the South Pool prior to a ceremony at the world Trade Center site in new York on Friday. Keep the toll front of mind As years pass. A a by a a hard Day. But ifs an important Day. Ill come every year that i can Quot recovery worker Robert Matticola said. But la the private ceremony is smaller than in its Early years the Date also has become an occasion for the Public to revisit ground Zero where the memorial Plaza now opens to everyone on the anniversary. Turn to 9/11, a4 $1.00 newsstand getting Bluesy on the Bash families music lovers fill downtown Crossroads with tunes fun times by Nic k Hedrick Tribune Star blues at the Cross roads was a family event Friday evening for Abe Nasser Nasser his wife. Firmly 3 year old Mia and h year old Abraham made their Way from the food Vendor area to the main stage at seventh Street and Wabash Avenue w Here Doug Henthorn was in the Middle of his set Quot we lust came out to get the kids out of the House and do something fun Quot Nasser said. They like ii Quot the 15th annual event kicked off Friday evening As a growing crowd Gath ered in front of the main stage and milled about at Lucid Booths and other vendors festivities wrap up tonight performances ire also held on the indoor verve stage it 677 Wabash ave the Nasser pulled along a Wagon for the kids and packed an umbrella wary of the Cloudy skies overhead. Turn to blues a3 Farmers Eye Cuba As new Market advocates see Long Road ahead toward lilting Trade embargo by Maureen Hayden cow state reporter a Indianapolis ass than two months after the . Embassy re opened in Cuba Indiana Farmers Are Laking the first Steps toward re establishing Trade with the communist country. Loiter this month agriculture experts will visit Havana to learn More about Selling Indiana crops to a nation that been behind a 55 year old Trade embargo enforced by the United states. Quot we have a lot More questions than we have answers a said Bob Wiite of the Indiana farm Bureau who a making the trip with representatives of Corn and soybean growers agricultural economists rom Purdue University and others in a 15 member delegation turn to Cuba a4 state plans tougher penalties tor those caught buying sex by Maureen Hayden cow state reporter a Indianapolis the state May soon join a rational trend of cracking Down on Nen who hire prostitutes under he belief that harsher penalties including mandatory jail time can Urb the sex Trade and prevent Ruman trafficking. A we need something that sends he message a if caught you will spend the night in jail so done to risk your family your wife your children a respect or your Job a said attorney general Greg Zoeller. Zoeller has asked a legislative committee to consider tougher penalties for those who patronize prostitutes. Scheduled to meet this month the committee will also look at ways to allow prosecutors and judges to vacate convictions of prostitutes who show they be been forced into the Trade. Lawmakers have already moved to toughen penalties for those caught buying sex from minors and they have identified funds for counselling for teenage sex workers. Zoellers initiative targets buyers of sex regardless of whether the seller is a minor or an adult. Fie has noted the arrest of former sub Way Pitchman Jared Fogle As an illustration of the fact that sex buy ers Arentt typical criminals. Fogie admitted in a plea Deal last month that he solicited teenage girls for sex and paid two underage girls to have sex with him in a new York City hotel. The plea agreement in Federal court included counts of receiving and distributing child pornography from Fogles Zionsville Home. A buying sex is harmful its not a victimless crime Quot said sen Randy head. R Biga sport who supports Zoellers aggressive approach. Kike Zoeller head Points to fed eral studies that show sex traffickers recruit girls through violence and manipulation the average lifespan of a person involved in prostitution is 34 and the most common cause of death for prostitutes is homicide. Turn to penalties a4 a Mai ii Ai to change your life you arc ready to aspire higher. You la succeed with the convenience of online classes career focused programs accessible faculty alternative ways to earn credit internships online tutoring and your own academic support team All designed for your Busy life. Saint Mary of he Woods College weather Asp j re 2 ache Velmore partly sunny 66 45 a10 sunday 69 47 monday 76 53 advice b4 business a9 comics is vol. 52. No. 120 Ai Page editor Michael Millington crude Oil $44.63 West Texas crude per barrel flow Jones. 16,433.09 j is into it gift amt and vocalist Doug Henthorn cd lost in music As he plays the opening song at blues As the Crossroads Friday night with band members Travis Feaster Jeff Stone Bill mailers and Wade Parish a

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