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Stories from Friday, December 17, 2004

Man seriously injured in crash (12/17/04)
A Clay City man was transported to Methodist Hospital at Indianapolis by Air-Evac medical helicopter early Friday morning. Richard A. Swearingen, 56, of Clay City was thrown from the minivan he was driving after it left the roadway and rolled three times on S.R. 59 at CR 100 W...
Murder investigation leads to vehicles (12/17/04)
While Indiana State Police Det. Tony Guinn confirmed Thursday that a vehicle connected to the Toni Dickison murder investigation had been impounded at Plainfield, he also revealed it is not the first. "It is in connection to this case," said Guinn, who joins Clay County Sheriff's Dept. Deputy Mike Heaton as lead investigator. It is at least the fourth vehicle police have considered as possibly being connected to the murder...
Boxing taught many things (12/17/04)
"It taught us discipline and how to get along with our fellow man. ... I never remember anyone getting hurt." Tom Moore, Golden Gloves boxer Part 2 of 3 Cordell Hull was 14 years old when he joined the Eagles Boxing Club in 1948. At 95 pounds, he fought in the lightweight division. His younger brother, Walt, joined as soon as he was eligible...
Teen charged after windows were shot out (12/17/04)
Franklin James Bailey, 18, was charged with criminal mischief, a Class B misdemeanor, in Clay Superior Court Wednesday. Bailey allegedly shot out vehicle windows of multiple victims in the north end of Brazil on Nov. 24 with a BB gun. The victims included Delbert Chessir, Doris Miller, Dustin Perkins, Dwain Archer, Terre Haute Police Department, Thad Decker, Vicki L. Miller-Pinnick and Yankee Rose...
Knights win dual match with Edgewood (12/17/04)
Greg Stultz (kneeling) earned a tech fall victory over Edgewood on Thursday night for his 14th win this year. The Northview wrestling team improved to 12-6 in dual meets with a 51-21 win over host Edgewood on Wednesday night. Six different Knights completed unbeaten Western Indiana Conference dual seasons with a win on Thursday night...
Northview frosh dominate Eels (12/17/04)
Caleb Whitman (left) looks for an open teammate during Thursday's win over Clay City. The Northview freshmen basketball team remained unbeaten this season after picking up an 87-36 victory over visiting Clay City on Thursday night. The Knights scored early and often against the Eels in a fastbreak offense that rang up points in a hurry...
Clay City girls down Lakers (12/17/04)
The Clay City Eels improved to 7-3 on Thursday night with a 48-31 victory over Shakamak. Returning from five consecutive games on the road, the Eels halted a two-game losing streak with the win over the Lakers. Junior Whitney McWilliams had 12 of her 22 points in the first half as Clay City jumped out to a 26-14 advantage. She would hit four 3-pointers in the game for the Eels who also got solid outings from Sarah Kennedy, Cameron Gerber and Bryleigh Schopmeyer...