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Stories from Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Meeting children's needs year 'round (11/30/04)
Lea Thomas, Clay County CASA and Host Home Director, pushes the swing at a gingerbread home created by Paula Walton of the Clay County Child Support Office. The gingerbread house will be raffled off Dec. 1, and the money raised will go to the Clay County Children's Unmet Needs Fund...
Waterman named ranking member of Natural Resources Committee (11/30/04)
Sen. President Pro Tempore Robert D. Garton has announced the appointment of State Sen. John Waterman (R-Shelburn) as Ranking Member of the Senate Natural Resources Committee. Waterman will also sit on three other committees for the 2005 legislative session...
Ag company fighting meth (11/30/04)
A local agricultural retailer has begun using a pink additive intended to discourage theft of anhydrous ammonia. The chemical is often stolen for the purpose of manufacturing methamphetamine, an illegal drug referred to as "meth". Growers Co-op is using GloTell in its tanks in Clay, Vigo, Sullivan and Knox counties in Indiana. The additive costs about $9 per ton of anhydrous ammonia, according to the manufacturer, Royster-Clark Inc. of Norfolk, Va...
Clay City's defense spurs Eels to victory over WRV (11/30/04)
Whitney McWilliams (with ball) drives to the basket between White River Valley defenders for two of her game-high 17 points in Monday's win over the Wolverines. CLAY CITY -- For Clay City's seniors, White River Valley had become almost like the New York Yankees to their own Boston Red Sox. Sometimes agonizingly close to victory, but never quite able to get over the hump and pick up a win over the Wolverines...
Northview wrestlers open season successfully (11/30/04)
The Northview wrestling squad kicked off their season successfully with a 4-1 mark at the Bloomington North tournament on Saturday. The Knights only loss was to Bloomington North (29-43) while defeating Brown County (67-9), Paoli (80-0), New Albany (43-24) and Mitchell (69-6)...
JACK ALAN HUFFMAN (11/30/04)
Jack Alan Huffman, 51, of Sedona, Mo., died Nov. 16, 2004, in an airplane crash. Born Feb. 19, 1953, in Kansas City, Kan., he was the son of Jack and Maxine Bandy Huffman. The family moved to Phoenix, Ariz., where Jack was 1 year old. His father graduated from Staunton High School in 1941 and his mother was from Poland, Ind. and graduated from Reelsville High School...
PEARL E. SONNEFIELD (11/30/04)
Pearl E. Sonnefield, 80, of Center Point, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 2004, at Royal Oaks Healthcare Facility. She had been a resident there for only three days. Born Dec. 7, 1923, in Bowling Green, she was the daughter of Emmens and Irene Royer Thompson. Following the death of her mother, she was raised by John and Anna Aldendorf...
WILLIAM STEVENSON (11/30/04)
William "Bill" Stevenson, 82, of Clay City, formerly of Putnamville and Rockville, died Friday, Nov. 26, 2004, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He had been in failing health for three years. Born Oct. 8, 1922, in Shepardsville, Ind., he was the son of William and Laverna Payne Stevenson. ...