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Stories from Friday, May 14, 2004

Survivor returns to Northview (05/14/04)
Lynn Hamilton photo Caleb Moore, Clay County's first Air Evac survivor, emerges from a helicopter with the help of Air Evac employees Susan Pearson and Keith Dwyer at Northview High School Friday afternoon. There, he was greeted by a crowd of his classmates and teachers, along with his parents, John and Kathryn Moore. Moore was badly injured in a two-car collision less than a mile from the Air Evac base six weeks before, on April 2...
Nursing home week: Clay Health Center (05/14/04)
Staff member Armand Mariano is served a glass of punch by Clay Health Center and Rehabilitation Services resident Virginia Church Tuesday afternoon during Resident Appreciation Day. The residents made cards and served the staff cookies and punch. Jane Wertz provided music...
Nursing Home week: Holly Hill (05/14/04)
Mayor Tom Arthur carries on Holly Hill Healthcare and Rehabilitation Facility Inc.'s tradition by calling the weekly bingo game on Tuesday which was deemed "Mayor's Day". National Nursing Home week is May 10-14 and Holly Hill Healthcare and Rehabilitation Facility Inc. at 501 S. Murphy Ave. has been celebrating this week with special activities and entertainment...
McMichael granted internship (05/14/04)
Tony McMichael recently talked with a Brazil Times reporter about the Indiana Department of Transportation Aeronautic Section Governor's Internship that he just received. McMichael will begin his duties May 17 in Indianapolis. Tony McMichael wants a career in aviation management. ...
Clausen receives award (05/14/04)
1st Lt. Matt Clausen, front, left, sits with his fellow Vijay 10 crew members. Local native 1st Lt. Matt Clausen has been awarded the Clarence Mackay Trophy for 2003 for heroic service in the U.S. efforts in the war in Iraq. The son of Jim and Becky Clausen, the 1996 Northview graduate received a degree in electrical engineering from Rose-Hulman in 2000...
Clay County Parks Association has many functions (05/14/04)
The mission of the Clay Community Parks Association, Inc., includes the following - To raise the level of community awareness of Forest Park and other community parks, their value to the community and their serious needs - To recruit and organize the human resources needed for an independent, nonpolitical action committee for the benefit of the parks, operating with the approval of appropriate government officials...
Popcorn Festival being planned (05/14/04)
Frank Phillips photo Les Walden presents a check for $300 to members of the Popcorn Festival Committee at its meeting Thursday night at City Hall. The gift was from the Kiwanis Club. Pictured with Walden are Nancy Withers, Evelyn Brown and Jane Krecker. ...
Soldier actors recruited Sunday (05/14/04)
You've seen them in the newspaper, on TV or live in mock Civil War battles. They are called reenactors and, just like Uncle Sam, they want YOU. Reenactors will be recruiting starting at 2 p.m. Sunday in Forest Park. Ages 11-70 are welcome to meet and learn more about becoming reenactors, said Kelly Rollings, one of the organizers, on Thursday...
County wraps up nursing home week (05/14/04)
Meg Grey photo Clay Health Center's Ruth Fatch and Ralph McDonald get some pet therapy from four-legged visitors during Pet Day which was held in observance of National Nursing Home Week.
Knightsville makes first step in IURC separation (05/14/04)
The town of Knightsville made the next step in disbanding from the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Tuesday, holding the first two readings of an ordinance allowing them to cut ties with the commission. The town's council is expected to hold the final reading of the ordinance and put themselves out of the IURC's jurisdiction during their June meeting...
'If I were mayor, I would...' (05/14/04)
"If I were mayor, I would ..." essay contest winners, (from left) Dylan Moore, second place; Ryan Brand, first place; and Allison Brown, third place, were recognized by Mayor Tom Arthur at Tuesday's City Council meeting. All three are students at North Clay Middle School. ...
One dead, one injured in crash (05/14/04)
A two-vehicle crash resulted in the death of a Terre Haute man on a Clay County road Wednesday. James L. Tosser, 52, of Terre Haute, died in a head-on collision with a vehicle driven by Sarah S. Baysinger, 18, of Diamond. According to a report from the Clay County Sheriff's Department, it is believed Tosser's vehicle was left of center when it struck Baysinger's vehicle...
Knights win pitching duel with Mooresville, 1-0 (05/14/04)
Northview baseball head coach Gary Witham (left) accepts a plaque commemorating his 500th career coaching win along with the game ball from former assistant coach and current Boys Athletic Director, Charlie Jackson. Sophomore hurler Nick Wells threw a complete game shutout and junior T.J. King picked up an RBI groundout in the fifth inning that stood up in a 1-0 win over Mooresville on Wednesday night...
Northview's Ashley Davis (05/14/04)
Northview's Ashley Davis was a top finisher for the Knights in the discus and shotput during Wednesday's Western Indiana Conference Meet.
Mustangs edge past Northview for WIC Boys track title (05/14/04)
Northview's Shawn Piatt registered a Western Indiana Conference mark on Thursday by clearing 12-6 for the Knights. - Knights set two WIC records The Northview Knights brought home five titles and a pair of conference records but it wasn't enough to dethrone a deep and talented Edgewood Mustang squad from the team title...
Knights handle Warriors (05/14/04)
Northview's tennis team won all five matches in straight sets to pick up a 5-0 team victory over host Danville on Wednesday night. Trace Hassler and Melissa Miller won in singles action. Hassler won 6-4, 6-0 over Bethany Kersey while Miller won 6-3, 6-3 over Carissa Wiger...
Northview's Chris Bowman (05/14/04)
Northview's Chris Bowman hurdles side-by-side Edgewood's Josh Keene in Thursday's WIC Meet. Bowman would go on to place fourth in the 110 hurdles and third in the 300 hurdles.
Record setter (05/14/04)
Northview freshman Ashley Davis puts her name on the North Clay record board for her accomplishments in shotput last year. Soon enough she'll get the chance to do the same on the high school board for her efforts at the WIC meet Wednesday night. Davis recorded a conference winning throw of 39-3 that broke one of the oldest school records that was previously held by Jennifer Daugherty from 1984...
Saint Mary of the Woods (05/14/04)
Medworth headed to play for DePauw Tigers (05/14/04)
Northview senior Whitney Medworth (front center) will play basketball for DePauw University next season. Medworth, Northview's all-time leading scorer is shown with (back row l-r) her parents, Bob and Ruthann Medworth, Northview Principal Ken Wallace and Girls Athletic Director Jan Gambill...