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Stories from Friday, November 28, 2003

Doctor blessing the House of Hope (11/28/03)
By LYNN HAMILTON lynham01@hotmail.com Dr. Michael Whitman (left), chiropractor at the Back and Neck Pain Treatment Center Inc., U.S. 40 E, and members of his staff, Lynda Brown and Irine Hayes, along with Brown's daughter, Maggie, prepare to help Peter Latrenta of the House of Hope load up the food and supplies they gathered in their "Doctor with a Heart for Thanksgiving."...
Cinergy offers winter heating tips (11/28/03)
PLAINFIELD, Ind.-- Cinergy/PSI wants to help customers with managing and reducing their winter heating bills. Now that colder weather has arrived, it's a good time to perform some "no cost" and/or "low cost" energy-saving home projects. To get started, here are some energy conservation tips:...
Cha-ching! It's beginning to look like Christmas (11/28/03)
Several early shoppers crowd the registers at the Brazil Wal-mart early this morning. The shoppers were checking out a variety of items, including toys, clothes, and video game systems. By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO AP Business Writer NEW YORK -- Shoppers everywhere braved the early hours in search of a bargain Friday as retailers inaugurated the holiday shopping season with the usual gimmicks, including early bird specials...
Rox sink Eels from 3-point land (11/28/03)
Rox sink Eels from 3-point land Staff Reports The Clay City Eels dropped to .500 on the season with a 57-34 defeat to host Rockville on Monday night. The Eels were overwhelmed by guard Morgan Wheeler's long-range heroics in the game. Wheeler nailed six 3-pointers in the game on the way to a game-high 26 points for the Rox. The squad as a whole hit nine from beyond the arc in the victory...
A season of promise for Knights (11/28/03)
By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com Hopes are high this season for the Northview wrestling program. And for good reason. Not only did the Knights graduate just two regulars from their lineup from last year, but they will be able to comfortably fill all weight classes this season...
Eels fall short versus host Wildcats (11/28/03)
By Steve Fields For the Brazil Times CLINTON -- The Clay City Eels can "chalk up" their 45-43 loss to the South Vermillion Wildcats on Wednesday night to a poor shooting. The Eels shot just 31 percent (14-45) from the floor in their opening high school boys basketball game at South Vermillion High School...
Harden leads Eels (11/28/03)
Clay City senior Roger Harden (with ball) led the Eels in scoring versus South Vermillion with 14 points.
ERICA AVELYNE HOPE FISCHER (11/28/03)
Erica Avelyne Hope Fischer, infant daughter of John III and Jessica Payne Fischer of Center Point, was stillborn at 5 a.m. Monday, Nov. 24, 2003, at Union Hospital. Survivors include her parents; two sisters, Katharine Olivia Grace and Sydney Elizabeth Faith Fischer; grandparents, Don and Lynne Payne of Bridgeton and the Rev. John and Ruth Fischer of Center Point; and several aunts, uncles and cousins...
ESTHER M. JACKSON (11/28/03)
Esther M. Jackson, 80, of Greencastle, died Wednesday at her daughter's residence. The daughter of Samuel R. Strait and Charlotte Irene (Nichols) Strait, she was born on Oct. 19, 1923, in Indianapolis. She was married to Clarence Donavon McCammack, who preceded her in death on July 29, 2003...