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Stories from Wednesday, December 10, 2003

Northview students share what they have learned with middle schoolers (12/10/03)
Sometimes it seems nearly impossible to pick up a magazine or turn on the television without being bombarded with sexual images. As Kandace Brown sees it, "The media makes it look like everybody's having sex and no one's paying any consequences."...
New flag flying over YMCA (12/10/03)
Mike Lankford (left) and Butch McVicar, members of VFW Post No. 6606, Clay City, present Nancy Berkheiser (center) with a new American flag that will replace the old one flying over the YMCA. Berkheiser was very appreciative upon receiving the flag.
Big 'boom' rocks neighborhood (12/10/03)
Fireworks show producer Mark Adamson says he will be paying for some cracked windows and other possible damage. "We were destroying some shells we didn't want to use in shows," Adamson said this morning. The explosion was a little bigger than Adamson anticipated, cracking windows in the Scott Stearley house across the road from the Buddy Knox farm in rural Clay County, where Adamson was working last Friday around 4 p.m...
City Council surprises Mayor Crabb (12/10/03)
Traffic control drove the Brazil City Council to consider making the Jackson/Wheeler streets intersection a four-way stop. Mayor Kenny Crabb had asked City Attorney Eric Wyndham draw up Ordinance 15, which declares the intersection a four-way stop. Crabb noted at Tuesday's meeting that the paved part of Wheeler Street is only about 14 feet wide, but the actual street is 50 feet wide from U.S. 40 all the way to the old railroad...
Clay City shuts down Eminence (12/10/03)
Brock Roberts (with ball) looks for an open teammate during Tuesday's game versus Eminence on Tuesday night. Roberts had eight points in the 59-32 victory. CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels were determined to shut down visiting Eminence on Tuesday night...
Clay City girls pick up win over Vincennes Rivet (12/10/03)
The Clay City girls basketball team evened their record at 4-4 this season with a comfortable 48-34 victory over Vincennes Rivet on Monday night. The Eels ran out to a 33-7 halftime lead as eight players got into the scoring column. Whitney McWilliams helped lead the Eels to a 22 point first quarter with seven points, including a 3-pointer, in the period. Cameron Gerber added four points of her own in the quarter and the Eels were never threatened...
WILLIAM E. 'BILL' KNOX (12/10/03)
William E. "Bill" Knox, 63, of Spencer, died Monday, Dec. 8, 2003, in his residence. He was born July 12, 1940, in Clay County, the son Plummer and Iva Clingerman Knox. He married Violet Jahn Knox; she survives. He was a member of Faith Lutheran in Bloomington and served in the United States Army from 1963 to 1965. He retired from G.T.E...
JAMES LUTHER TYLER (12/10/03)
James Luther Tyler, 91, of Rockville, died at 6:10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2003, in Heritage House of Clinton. He was born Feb. 15, 1912, in Wolf County, Ky., to the late Robert Lee and Elize Shepherdd Tyler. He was a retired farmer and owned Luther Tyler Sales and Service, an Oliver Farm Machinery Dealership in Bellmore...
EMMA M. CARNEGIE (12/10/03)
Emma M. Carnegie, 57, of Brazil, and formerly of Rockville, died at 6:05 p.m. Monday, Dec. 8, 2003, in Union Hospital in Terre Haute. She was born July 23, 1946, to the late Herschel Southard and Ollie Belle Hollis. She was a 1964 graduate of Rockville High School...
FRANCES E. MEYER (12/10/03)
Frances E. Meyer, 98, of Bowling Green died Sunday, Dec. 7, 2003, at 8:20 p.m. in Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility, Knightsville. Born July 21, 1905, in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Urzinus and Zula Cordella "Dell" Kellum Sendmeyer. She taught school at the former Poland School before marrying Arthur E. Meyer on June 9, 1929. He preceded her in death in December of 1988. She enjoyed being a homemaker, sewing, gardening and canning...