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Stories from Friday, December 5, 2003

CCMF spreads some holiday cheer (12/05/03)
A little Christmas cheer was spread throughout the community Monday afternoon by the Clay Civic Memorial Foundation. CCMF president Dr. Hal Glidden dispersed checks to various philanthropic organizations to help them fund their benevolent projects. Leaders from five area associations were on hand at the Riddell National Bank to receive their CCMF gifts. ...
Class debates controversial case (12/05/03)
In California, an atheist minister named Michael Newdow recently filed a suit against the Sacramento County, Calif., school district on behalf of his 9-year-old daughter. He feels that having the students say the "Pledge of Allegiance" at school each morning violates their Constitutional rights, specifically the "establishment clause" of the First Amendment...
National Guard member gung-ho on victory in Iraq (12/05/03)
Steve and Tammy Ninesling are making plans to decorate their Christmas tree. Christmas will come early at the Ninesling home this year as Steve, who is home on a medical convalescent leave, has to return to Iraq Dec. 20. Some people worry that the war in Iraq will turn into another Vietnam. They fear heavy U.S. casualties in a war we can't win...
Chris & Jennifer Ross home on Sunday tour (12/05/03)
The living room provides a place for the adults to relax and kids to play. Note this: - Four homes are on the Tri Kappa tour Sunday - Tickets are available at the Brazil armory at noon Sunday or call 442-1713 or 448-1159 - The Tri Kappa boutique, featuring refreshments and vendors selling a variety of items, will be in the armory noon to 5 p.m. Sunday...
Community theater makes Christmas spectacular! (12/05/03)
Kevin and Michelle McCrea perform, "All I Want for Christmas is You" at the Lark Theatre. Michelle was the little red-haired girl to Kevin's Charlie Brown in "The Christmas Wishing Tree" Thursday. Performances are scheduled through Saturday.
Eels romp over Bulldogs for season's first victory (12/05/03)
CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels picked up their first victory of the boys high school basketball season Friday night with an impressive 69-26 victory over the visiting Union Bulldogs from Dugger. Clay City (1-2) jumped out to a 21-8 lead in the opening quarter, held...
Keyes is fouled (12/05/03)
Northview senior forward Zach Keyes (center) is fouled on a drive to the basket. Keyes would score 23 in the game, including a 13-of-18 night at the free throw line.
Northview thumps host Patriots (12/05/03)
Northview's Logan Whitman fires in three of his game-high 24 points in the first half of Friday night's victory. TERRE HAUTE -- When Northview faces either Terre Haute North or South, you can always count on an exciting contest and on Friday night the Knights chalked up a victory in round one this season with an impressive 73-60 victory...
Kodi Pipes Scholarship Fund (12/05/03)
Ronna Timberman proudly holds a check from North Clay Middle School for $500 to go towards the Kodi Pipes Scholarship Fund. North Clay held a one day fundraiser in which any student or staff member could wear a hat for $1 to donate to the scholarship fund. Athletic Director Charlie Jackson presented Timberman, Pipes' mother, with the check at the North Clay and Clay City game last night...
Clay City's Bryleigh Schopmeyer (12/05/03)
Clay City's Bryleigh Schopmeyer and Cassie Allen dive for a loose ball during the Panther's victory.
Porter leads Panthers to three-point win over Eels (12/05/03)
CLAY CITY -- Riverton Parke senior center Amber Porter is slowly proving herself as one of the best sixth men in the area. Porter came off the bench on Thursday night in Clay City to score 15 points and pull down 11 rebounds, none bigger than the one she grabbed with just over three seconds left in the game...
Clay City (12/05/03)
Clay City's Whitney McWilliams (far left), Kasi Thatcher (far right) and Sarah Kennedy collapse defensively on Riverton Parke's Lanna MacDonald in the first half.