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Stories from Wednesday, November 19, 2003

Eat those burgers! (11/19/03)
The First United Methodist and First Presbyterian youth groups went head to head in an Eddie's hamburger eating contest. Each team had an equal number of contestants. The FUMC group won by eating 75 hamburgers in 6 minutes 39 seconds, beating the Presbyterians by two and a half burgers. Pictured are the winners (left to right) Dustin Jones, Chase Yocom, Josiah Alstott, Jared Pepper, Shelby Bass, Eric Jones, Alex Packard, Josh Miller, youth group leader Rhonda Alstott and Rachel Alstott...
Commissioners reviewing ambulance 2004 contracts (11/19/03)
Contrary to popular belief, Athens Ambulance is no closer to leaving Brazil than it was months ago, according to County Commissioner Daryl Andrews. Rumors have spread that the County Commissioners are very close to signing a contract with Transcare Ambulance. Andrews says that while they are in talks with the group, they are also discussing picking the Athens contract back up...
Morning crash injures one (11/19/03)
A wreck resulted in injury early this morning when Magno S. Deandrade, of Connecticut, attempted to make a U-turn on S.R. 59 in his Isuzu Trooper, pulling out in front of Doyle Lee Dietz, of Brazil. Deandrade's vehicle sustained body damage in the collision, while Dietz's car took damage to the front end. ...
Get ready for Band-O-Rama (11/19/03)
The 13th annual Indiana State University Band-O-Rama concert will be at 1 p.m. Sunday in Tilson Auditorium. Featured on the program will be the ISU Jazz Ensemble, directed by David Nearpass and the ISU Marching Sycamores, directed by Doug Keiser. The Jazz Ensemble will take the stage first with tunes selected from "Switch in Time" by Sammy Nestico, Phil Woods' "Randi," and David Springfield's "Lou's Lips."...
Knights thrash visiting Panthers (11/19/03)
Whitney Medworth (#14) drives to the basket for a layin during Tuesday's blowout win over Riverton Parke. Medworth had 18 points and eight assists versus the Panthers. Four Northview players reached double figures and the Knight's pressing defense stifled a shaky Riverton Parke squad 80-21 at home on Tuesday night...
Northview's Heather Palmer (11/19/03)
Northview's Heather Palmer is surrounded by Panthers during Tuesday's game.