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Stories from Monday, November 15, 2004

North Clay students on way to the stars (11/15/04)
"When the clock starts, you'll get so busy someone will have to remind you to breathe," announces Glenn Gill, science teacher at North Clay Middle School and event Co-organizer, to anxious 8th grade students. "You're going to experience medical emergencies, landing problems, technical malfunctions and possibly even meteor storms, while trying to complete your mission successfully."...
Drivers flown to hospital after crash (11/15/04)
Clay County Search & Rescue and Air Evac were on the scene shortly after the crash of a minivan driven by Donna L. Hostetler and a Jeep driven by Kyle Colson on S.R. 59 at the Clay County Fairgrounds Saturday. A medical helicopter can be seen in the background and a pair of shoes, that may have been in one of the vehicles, can be seen in the foreground...
Natalie remembered at Make-A-Wish luncheon (11/15/04)
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Indiana had its second Annual Woman's Luncheon last week at the Westin Hotel in Indianapolis. Emceed by WISH-TV 8 anchor/reporter Joy Du-mandan, the keynote address was given by former Indiana First Lady Judy O'Bannon who talked about Communities Building Community...
Alabama Bar re-opens after election night crash (11/15/04)
The Alabama Bar and Grill, which sustained heavy damage to the north wall from an accident election night is once again open for business. The bar was damaged Nov. 2 when Chester Krantz, 58, of Brazil, lost control of the vehicle he was driving westbound on Na-tional Ave. An apparent malfunction to the 2004 Dodge RAM pickup, a rental from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, caused it to accelerate out of control...
Clay County residents get high marks from Peruvians (11/15/04)
On Friday, Clay County made a very positive impression on representatives of Peru's Southern District Rotary Club. "We were surprised by the technology we have seen," said Patricia Becerra, a resident of South America. "We were very impressed by the people we met; so friendly, so kind."...
School board meets ... (11/15/04)
The Clay Community Schools Board of Education met in regular session Thursday night in the North Clay Middle School library. The following items of business and discussion took place: Congratulations Board members took the opportunity to congratulate the marching bands at Northview and Clay City High School, and the football team at Northview, for an incredible display of teamwork and spirit needed to achieve the honors received by both schools, students, players, and the staff this year. ...
Whitted jumper sends Knights to win (11/15/04)
Lexee Hayes (with ball) goes high over Megan Craft for a lay-in. The best way to bounce back from a loss is with a dramatic victory. Just ask the Northview Knights. After getting hammered in their first game of the season versus Mooresville, the Knights overcame a four point deficit in the closing minutes and 6'5 center Julie Whitted hit a 15 foot, buzzer beating jumper to defeat rival Terre Haute South in Friday night's Clabber Girl Classic Tourney...
Knights fall short of Arrows in Clabber Girl championship (11/15/04)
Opponents of the Northview Knights certainly are well aware of 6'5 junior center Julie Whitted, but after her MVP performance in the Hi-99 Clabber Girl Classic tourney, everyone's eyes are open wide. Unfortunately for Northview fans, Sullivan took home the tournament title over the defending champion Knights on Saturday with a 47-43 victory...
TIMOTHY E. CAMPBELL (11/15/04)
Timothy "Tim" E. Campbell, 49, of Center Point, died at his residence surrounded by his loving family. Born Sept. 5, 1955, in Rushville, Ind., he was the son of Julius Campbell and Frances Mahan Campbell. He grew up in the Terre Haute and Cory area and attended Clay City High School. ...
RALPH M. FURNEY (11/15/04)
Ralph F. Furney, 84, of rural Greencastle died Saturday, Nov. 13, 2004, at the Asbury Towers Retirement Center. Born June 1, 1920, in Putnam County, he was the son of Ross and Julie Daniels Furney. In 1952 he married Ruth Harden and she passed away in 2001...
HAROLD F. KELLER (11/15/04)
Harold F. Keller, 71, of Brazil died Sunday, Nov. 14, 2004, at his residence. Born Jan. 11, 1933, and raised in Seelyville, Ind., he was the son of Emery and Flossie Keller. He had worked for Quaker Maid, Alcan Alumnimum and Indiana State University. He was a Korean War veteran, serving with the Navy from 1951-56. He was in the Air National Guard from 1977-1982...
RICHARD 'RICK' JONES (11/15/04)
Richard, "Rick" Jones, 47, of Staunton died Friday, Nov. 12, 2004, in Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born in Brazil on Aug. 31, 1957, he was the son of John H. Jones and Thelma Cox Jones. He served in the National Guard for six years and worked in construction in Clay County, most recently for Wilbur Jones Construction...
DEBORAH SUE HARPER (11/15/04)
Deborah Sue Harper, 47 of Bowie, Md., died unexpectedly Nov. 12, 2004, at St. Vincent Hospital in Carmel, Ind. Born May 2, 1957, in Orlando, Fla., she was the daughter of Ronald R. Leach and Phyllis Nickerson Leach. She grew up in the Orlando area and graudated from Colonial High School. ...