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Stories from Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Police still looking for suspect in Dickison murder case (12/14/04)
Two weeks after the body of murder victim Toni Dickison was found in a private pond, investigators from the Indiana State Police and Clay County Sheriff's Dept. are revisiting their notes and conducting interviews in an effort to pinpoint a suspect and motive...
Salvation Army: Need is greater (12/14/04)
In the midst of holiday shopping, when the familiar ringing of a bell fills the air, some people take a moment to drop change into red pots to help those less fortunate. But this year, as volunteers fan out across the nation with bells and pots in hand, The Salvation Army faces difficulties that jeopardize its efforts...
Spun Metals sold (12/14/04)
Spun Metals Inc., 301 N. Murphy Ave., previously owned by Jeff and Brian Deakins, has been sold to Integrated Energy Technologies Inc. out of Evansville, Ind. Michael Lampert, President of IET, announced Monday afternoon that they also purchased Meco Inc., of Paris Ill., recently. Lampert serves as president of Meco as well...
A Twist of Fate (12/14/04)
A twist of fate brought Jim Church back to the role of high school principal just as he was preparing to enter retirement. "We were looking forward to traveling," Church explained plans he and his wife Brenda made. "We had the pickup and the fifth-wheel trailer all ready for the Harley when the call came."...
Convicted felon's probation revoked (12/14/04)
John H. Rice Jr. was in Clay Circuit Court Monday for a petition to revoke probation due to probation violation. The petition to revoke was granted by Judge Ernest Yelton. Convicted of a Class C Felony Child Molesting charge Aug. 11, 2003, Rice was ordered to have no unsupervised contact with children, the victim or the victim's family. On Nov. 3, Rice had contact with the victims 5-year-old sister...
Knights and Eels prepare for pivotal hoops matchups (12/14/04)
Clay City's Dustin Griffith (center) fires a shot during a game earlier this season. He scored four points in Friday's game. Both the Clay City boys and Northview girls have difficult matchups this evening on their homecourts. The Eels, coming off a difficult road loss to the Class A second-ranked Bloomfield Cardinals, don't have much of a reprieve as they host unbeaten Cloverdale tonight...
YVONNE KILLION (12/14/04)
Yvonne Killion, 85, of Carbon died Sunday, Dec. 12, 2004, at 9:50 a.m. in Union Hospital at Terre Haute following a brief illness. Born April 17, 1919, in Noordpeene, France, she was the daughter of Andrew and Marie Leynart DeClair Blondiau. Her family immigrated to this country when she was 4 years old...