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Stories from Friday, May 7, 2004

Campaign brings Rose-Hulman $252 million (05/07/04)
Support to the Vision to be the Best campaign, the largest fund-raising effort ever undertaken by Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, has reached $252 million which surpasses the campaign's $200 million goal, Rose-Hulman President Samuel Hulbert announced...
Stemm modest about saving life (05/07/04)
While patrolling the streets at night, a policeman never knows what he may encounter. He may find himself in a situation that calls for an immediate response. Sometimes, with little time to think through his plight, conditions may demand that he act quickly. Most accept this as just part of the job...
Food pantry helps residents in need (05/07/04)
Southern Clay County Christian Care and Share Bread Basket Food Pantry tries to serve those individuals that have a need for food. Clients may come every 30 days for food. The Food Pantry serves the area from SR 42 south to the Greene County line and west to the Vigo County line and east to the Owen County line. Clients may walk in or they may come with a referral. The organization does ask clients to sign up for food stamps and WIC or other assistance if they are eligible...
John Price will fulfill Dalton's term on County Council (05/07/04)
Frank Phillips photo John Price (right) is congratulated by Barry Price, who also filed for the District 2 County Council seat. By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com The Prices were both believed to be right, but only one could serve. Both John Price and Barry Price filed requests to be considered for the District 2 seat on the Clay County Council, but there was only one seat open. John was chosen to fulfill the term of Tony Dalton, who had to resign because he moved outside District 2...
Northview track wins softball falls (05/07/04)
Northview's Jennifer Gregg had two hits for the Knights, but the squad had just three hits overall in a 2-1 loss to West Vigo on the road. The Knights will host West Vigo, Terre Haute North and South in Saturday's Big 4 Tourney which begins at 10 a.m...
No. 4 ranked Cougars capitalize Clay City mistakes, baseball wins (05/07/04)
CLAY CITY -- On Thursday night the Clay City Eels played a tight game with Class A's No. 4 ranked North Daviess through the first four innings before a couple of key errors let the Cougars get away with a 5-1 victory. The Cougars scored a run in the first inning as Marisa Baker opened with an infield single and was moved to second on a sacrifice. Keri Bettenbrock struckout Ali Beckman but the ball skipped to the backstop allowing her to reach base...
Cougars come back for softball win (05/07/04)
For six innings Thursday evening, the Northview Knights and Bloomington North Panthers played like neither wanted to win the high school softball game. Bloomington North committed five errors on defense, two base-running errors that led to double plays. Northview put 14 Panthers on base and committed two big base-running errors that killed rallies...
Northview golf rebounds, JV baseball thumps Patriots (05/07/04)
Northview's golf team rebounded from a loss to Terre Haute South last week with a 142 to 155 win over Western Indiana Conference foe South Vermillion on Thursday night. Adam Thiemann shot a two-under par score of 33 to earn medalist honors and Tyler Akers carded an even par 35 as Northview moved to 8-2 in dual matches this season...