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Stories from Wednesday, May 21, 2003

VFW appreciates yellow ribbons (05/21/03)
Veterans of Foreign War Post No. 1127 surprised Patti Knuth of Lawson Slack Funeral Home when they presented a plaque in recognition of her support for our troops involved in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Knuth has distributed almost 6,000 yellow ribbons to citizens showing support for veterans' programs of the past, present and future in Clay County. ...
Giving teacher a Golden Apple (05/21/03)
Steve McCullough proudly displays his Golden Apple Award on his office piano. The Golden Apple Award was started 14 years ago as a way to honor teachers because there is no job more important than that of a teacher. WTHI, News Channel 10, thought the Golden Apple would be a good way to honor teachers within the viewing area. One of this year's recipients is Northview High School Choir Director Steve McCullough...
Power Squardron promotes safety (05/21/03)
Don Moon, Commander of the Wabash Valley Power Squadron, holds a proclamation signed by Mayor Kenny Crabb designating May 17-23 as Safe Boating Week. "If you fall in water that's 50 degrees and you're 50 feet from shore, you have only a 50/50 chance of making it to shore," said Don Moon, Commander of the Wabash Valley Power Squadron, this week. "That's assuming you're fully clothed and wearing shoes. This would most likely happen in the spring or fall when people are hunting or fishing."...
Commissioners, hospital board disagree over land proceeds (05/21/03)
It was not a meeting of the minds. Clay County Commissioners and the former board of Clay County Hospital had a special meeting Tuesday to discuss how proceeds will be spent from the sale of 240 acres of Owen County land donated to the former hospital board...
Knights 3rd at T.H. North girls track sectional (05/21/03)
Northview's Brit Hoffman recorded her season best longjump to finish fourth and qualify for regionals on Tuesday evening. TERRE HAUTE -- The host Patriots received two firsts, a second and a third from freshman Kyle Hutson as they just edged out rival Terre Haute South in the girls' track sectional on Tuesday night, 153-144...
Broady's bat powers team to win, golf squad victorious (05/21/03)
The Northview baseball team improved to 17-5 overall this season with an important 18-3 conference win over Edgewood on Tuesday evening. The Knights showed off their power with a total four homeruns in the game. Tyler Broady did much of the Northview damage at the plate with a huge nine RBI evening for the Knights. That total came off of a three-run homerun to go with a grandslam shot and another two-run single...
Northview tennis downs Cardinals (05/21/03)
Northview's tennis team completed their regular season with a 5-0 sweep over Bloomfield on Monday evening. The Knights got singles wins from Amy Robbins, Brooke Yocom and Lacy Emery. Robbins won over Miranda Helms, 6-4, 6-1 and Yocom downed Brittany Kuruzovich, 6-2, 6-4. Emery won her match with Ashley Carmichael, 6-1, 6-1...
Clay County girls softball league results (05/21/03)
In Monday's Clay County Girls Softball Minor League play, Premier Tax defeatd Cinergy, 15-0 in the first game of the evening as Madison Sullivan homered and doubled for the winning squad. Kylie McKee also doubled and pitched two innings on the mound along with Shelby Bass...
ROBERT D. SHONKWILER (05/21/03)
Robert D. Shonkwiler, 51, of Sullivan, died at 8:34 a.m. Saturday, May 17, 2003, in Sullivan County Community Hospital. He was born Aug. 30, 1951, in Greencastle to Marshall Shonkwiler and Mary Squires Shonkwiler. He was an operator at Hoosier Energy Merom Generating Station...