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Stories from Friday, March 12, 2004

Today's the day -- signs tell the story. Go Knights! (03/12/04)
The Northview Knights travel to Seymour today to play New Albany for the regional crown. Many signs around Brazil celebrate the team's sectional victory and cheer them on.
Leadership Academy participants (03/12/04)
Nine community residents participated in the Clay County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Academy Thursday. The program, designed to develop leadership skills in its participants, lasted throughout most of the day and featured presentations from local business owner Brian Deakins, among others...
Youth met at school, sent home (03/12/04)
Superintendent Bill Schad wasted no time in responding to the pleas he heard at Thursday night's School Board meeting at North Clay Middle School. A Clay City Elementary student was recently suspended for three days after his teacher found a list of names that he had written under the heading, "To kill." The names were those of 20 other students and three teachers...
Firefighter arrested for theft (03/12/04)
On Feb. 29 the Posey Township Volunteer Fire Department reported a theft of a generator and other items from one of their fire trucks. They reported that an Onan brand generator had been unbolted and removed from a truck that was parked in their garage. Information was later received from a confidential informant that a Posey Township Firefighter named Josh Shobe, 25, of 16 West Logan St. Brazil, had stolen the generator and sold it...
Parents discuss 'kill list' (03/12/04)
North Clay Middle School's library was filled to capacity Thursday evening. Concerned citizens flocked to have their voices heard by the Clay Community Schools Board of School Trustees at their regular monthly meeting. A number of parents attended to ask for the Board's help in rectifying a situation that they felt had not been given the attention it deserved. ...
School board discusses air conditioning (03/12/04)
The Clay Community Schools Board of School Trustees began their regular meeting Thursday night by hearing and approving the 1028 resolution on the air conditioning projects at Meridian and Clay City Elementary schools and the replacement of the chiller at Northview High School...
'Kill list' deemed a joke (03/12/04)
A Clay City Elementary student was suspended from school for three days for writing up a "hit list" two weeks ago. According to Principal Jon Russell, the 6th grade student had complied a list of about 20 names including three teachers. Above the list was written "To Kill"...
Rally 'round the Knights (03/12/04)
Terry Akers hams it up for the huge crowd in a pre-rally skit. It's a cold Thursday night. The parking lot of Northview High School is packed with cars and people. Many people congregate in the cafeteria of the school. The Knights may have scored a huge triumph Saturday night, but as the crowd files in, one thing becomes apparent: Tonight is about the fans...
Cutting down the nets (03/12/04)
Northview senior Tyler Akers cuts down the nets following the Knight's sectional victory last Saturday. Northview hopes to add a regional net cutting tonight.
All-Conference Members (03/12/04)
Members of Northview's girls and boys basketball teams were named to the All-Western Indiana Conference team recently. (from left) Julie Whitted, Josh Timm, Zach Keyes, Logan Whitman and Whitney Medworth.
State's 8th leading scorer leads New Albany Bulldogs (03/12/04)
Northview's Josh Timm (with ball) brings the ball up the court versus Terre Haute South's Terence Littlefield in the sectional title game. Timm is the Knight's third-leading scorer. The Northview Knights will pack up their bags tomorrow for their trip south to the Seymour Regional on Saturday afternoon. ...
MAX EDWARD ELLIS (03/12/04)
Max Edward Ellis, 75, of Pimento, Ind., died at his home Thursday, March 11, 2004, at 3:45 p.m. after three years of being bedfast with his family and his very special nurse, Cindy White, by his side. He was born Nov. 26, 1928, at Howesville in Clay County to Basil E. Ellis and Enid M. Brush Ellis. He graduated from Blackhawk High School in 1946 and started working for Maurnee Coal Company as a block layer and carpenter...
CHRISTENA HAIN MILLER (03/12/04)
Christena Hain Miller, 92, of Brazil, died Friday, March 12, 2004, at 3:40 a.m. at Holly Hills Healthcare Facility. She had been a resident there for three years. She was born Aug. 1, 1911, south of Staunton, the daughter of William O. Hain and Blanche Brandiff Hain. She graduated from Staunton High School in 1929...
MARY E. TRIPLETT HERBERT (03/12/04)
Mary E. Triplett Herbert, 90 of Brazil, died at 5:10 a.m. Thursday, March 11, 2004 at Holly Hill Healthcare in Brazil. Born Sept. 29, 1913, on Robison Street in Brazil, she was the daughter of the late George Fredrick "Fred" and Mable Snow Triplett...