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Stories from Tuesday, November 19, 2002

Two ejected from crashed SUV (11/19/02)
Chief Deputy Larry Pierce, Clay County Sheriff's office, surveys the damage from a vehicle that rolled over several times Monday afternoon. Both occupants were thrown from the vehicle as it rolled over. The accident occurred on SR 59 near CR 175 South. ...
10-year-old cancer victim's family surrounded by people who care (11/19/02)
By LINDA MESSMER Times Staff Writer The holidays are here and the thought of what to give friends and loved ones is on the minds of most people. But not everyone has to have a season or a reason to give. They just have to see a need. Mark Trackwell, an employee at Spun Metals Inc., saw that the Brent Shaw family had a need and he wanted to help...
Pair linked to other Clay Co. crimes (11/19/02)
By RON WILLIAMS Times Staff Writer A weapon recovered from a robbery has been traced back to a break-in at Geary's Surplus on Saturday night. Thieves climbed on top of the building at 506 W. National Ave., cut a hole in the roof and stole a total of eight handguns...
Victim, accused batterer arrested (11/19/02)
By Ron Williams Times Staff Writer Sue Piper is in the Clay County Jail this morning, charged with battery with a deadly weapon and public intoxication. Oddly enough, the person she reportedly battered, David Vanatti, is in the same jail, preliminarily charged with battery. The person he reportedly battered was Sue Piper...
Bulldogs bite Eels in overtime thriller (11/19/02)
By CAREY FOX Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- Against the Union Bulldogs on Monday night, the Clay City Eels did everything to win against the visitors, except one thing. Hit their crunch time free throws. The Eels had a three point lead with 1:04 remaining and the leading scorer of the game, Whitney McWilliams, standing at the free throw line. Warm up the bus right? Not so fast...