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Stories from Tuesday, November 25, 2003

A wreck and Iraq - part 1 (11/25/03)
Debbie Mustard, second from right is thankful to have all of her family with her this Thanksgiving. Pictured are, left: Debbie's daughter, Mandy Batchelor; husband, Ralph Mustard; Debbie and her son, Shawn Coleman. By LINDA MESSMER lindamessmer@yahoo.com...
Failure to yield leads to car crash and arrest (11/25/03)
A Newport, Ind., man is in police custody today after he refused to stop when signaled. According to an Indiana State Police report, Leonard Bacon, 60, failed to yield in Parke County, just before midnight last night. He was observed by an Indiana State Police trooper, who attempted to stop Bacon by using his siren and red and blue lights...
Auditor reminds homeowners to file for exemptions (11/25/03)
Clay County Auditor Joseph M. Dierdorf is urging all taxpayers to be sure they have filed for any applicable tax exemptions. Gov. Joseph E. Kernan has indicated that he and the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance will approach the Indiana Legislature to have the May 10, 2003, filing deadline extended to December 1, 2003. This deadline is for taxes in 2003, payable in 2004...
Author and minister Madeline Crabb visits Brazil (11/25/03)
By LYNN HAMILTON lynnham01@hotmail.com Madeline Crabb started her own ministry called More Than Conquerors about four years ago. Her mission statement is "to encourage, equip and exhort anyone who's willing to hear the word of the Lord." She says it was not her idea to leave her position with a major cosmetics company where she claims she was "on the fast track to upper management." She quit that job when "God called" on her "to serve Him in a business He was developing for her."...
Knights receive post-season awards (11/25/03)
By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com Though the Knights endured another up and down season on the volleyball court, the year was not without its high points as individuals and as a team. Northview finished in the middle of the Western Indiana Conference pack with a 3-3 WIC mark and overall were 11-18, falling to state-ranked Terre Haute South in their sectional opener. ...