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Stories from Thursday, December 2, 2004

Identity of murdered woman determined (12/02/04)
Law enforcement officials have ruled the death of Tanette Nicole Dickison, 18, of Terre Haute, a homicide. Her body was discovered floating in a private pond at 1287 CR 600 when the property owner, who is not a suspect in the case, returned home Tuesday evening and contacted the Clay County Sheriff's Dept. at approximately 5 p.m. CCSD called the Indiana State Police half an hour later...
NHS Principal Church remembers Dickison as a beautiful person (12/02/04)
To her former teachers at Northview High School, Tanette Dickison is much more than a faceless murder victim. To them, she was the personification of beauty. In spite of their grief and desperate attempts to understand the tragic demise of the teenager, who Principal Jim Church said everyone called Toni, educators remember Dickison as a lovely young woman...
New reserve deputies (12/02/04)
Chris Robinson, left, President of the Reserve Unit, talks with new Clay County Reserve Deputies, Homer Knopp, Rockville, Brison Swearingen, Brazil, and Matthew Rains, Brazil, at the Clay County Sheriff's Department. The men were sworn in Wednesday afternoon at the Clerk's Office...
Hopes high for wrestling Knights (12/02/04)
Tony Sanabria (right) pinned David Stines (left) in just 44 seconds on Wednesday night. Northview wrestling fans turned out in solid support of their squad in their first meet of the season, and for good reason. Hopes are quite high for the Knights after picking up a team conference title last season and returning seven wrestlers who won more than 15 matches last year...
Panthers show off strength in win over Knights (12/02/04)
In just their second live action of the year, the Northview Knights had a tall task in taking on a Bloomington South wrestling team that featured three national champion competitors from various levels. While the Knights battled tough in most all matches and got impressive pins from Jeremiah Allen at 215 and Tony Sanabria at 275, Northview was handled 62-12 by the Panthers...
GEORGE SCHMALTZ (12/02/04)
George Schmaltz, 81, of Center Point, died at 2:40 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, 2004, at his residence. He was the son of Herman and Edna Givens Schmaltz and married the late Wilma Reynolds Schmaltz on June 30, 1945. Mr. Schmaltz was employed by Public Service as an electrician. He assembled and repaired substations across Indiana...
BENITA LOUISE CLAGG (12/02/04)
Benita Louise Clagg, 71, of Brazil, died at 10:25 p.m. Tuesday, November 30, 2004 in Union Hospital in Terre Haute. Born Oct. 10, 1933, in Wood River, Ill., she was the daughter of Duard and Beulah Cates Ward. She graduated from Worden High School...