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Stories from Wednesday, April 16, 2003

Students find another use for duct tape (04/16/03)
The incredible duct tape man. Northview Principal Ken Wallace was duct taped to the gym wall Monday to help raise money for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. Have you ever wanted to take someone and just stick them on the wall? The Northview Sunshine Society thought there would be plenty of kids who would pay money to do that to their principal. And they were right...
Brush fire stirred by winds (04/16/03)
Brazil City Police Officer Andy Whittington assists an unidentified fireman at a brush fire, whipped by spring breezes, directly south of Yankee Rose Landscaping and Nurseries on SR 59 South. Twenty-five acres of land was in the path of the fire, but it was not known at press time how much land had burned. ...
Jury selection is complex process (04/16/03)
Circuit Court Judge Ernest Yelton (left) and Superior Court Judge J. Blaine Akers look over jury selection rule changes recently promulgated by the Indiana Supreme Court. The two judges work together on jury selection so only one pool of jurors is needed for Clay County...
Knights squeeze out win over Eels (04/16/03)
Northview's Erin Brackney chops an infield single in the bottom half of the sixth inning of the Knight's win over Clay City. Brackney's single drove home the lone run of the game as Chandra Burns came home from third. On a day where Northview's softball field was playing much like Wrigley Field with the wind gusting strongly to centerfield, oddly enough, pitching dominated...
Knights down Quakers in wild slugfest, 17-13 (04/16/03)
Northview's T.J. King had a pair of hits and scored four runs in a 17-13 Knight win. Whether a team wins pretty or wins ugly, a victory is still a victory. Northview's 17-13 win over Plainfield at home on Tuesday night was about as far away from a thing of beauty as possible, but it still counts in the win column...
Clay City Eels post 20 runs in getting 1st win (04/16/03)
Clay City -- Josh Stoelting and the Clay City High School baseball just about put it all together Tuesday night in a 20-10 Tri-River Conference victory over the visiting North Central Thunderbirds. Stoelting went 4-for-4 at the plate with two home runs, four RBI and four runs scored. He was also the winning pitcher with relief help from Elliott Booe...
Knights lose pair of track meets (04/16/03)
The Northview Knights track teams fell to Terre Haute North on Tuesday night by a 91-41 score in the boys' meet and 79-44 in the girls' half of the meet. For the girls, Sondra Truax won the discus with a throw of 97-4 and the shot put with a toss of 33-6. Freshman Julie Whitted was third with a throw of 28-3. Bethany Fagg was second in the disc...