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Stories from Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Kids declare war on cancer (04/20/05)
Elementary students at Eastside, Forest Park, Meridian, Staunton and Van Buren Elementary schools have waged war against cancer the last two weeks. In its third year, the Penny Wars are an annual event which students from local elementary schools can participate in to support the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life...
Certificates support Humane shelter (04/20/05)
If you've been looking for a way to support the Clay County Humane Shelter, Sharon Hoffman has an answer for you. "Working with Kroger and other retailers in the community, they (the shelter) are able to purchase 'gift certificates' at a discount, sell them to the public at full price and the difference is the profit for the animals," Scrip Program Coordinator Hoffman said...
Freemasons offer ID program for children (04/20/05)
Parents are invited to have their children videotaped and fingerprinted on Saturday, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m., at the Brazil Wal-Mart on U.S. 40. This child identification program is sponsored by Centennial Lodge No. 541 Free and Accepted Masons and the Clay County Sheriff's Department...
Mobile Dental Bus treats youth (04/20/05)
The SEAL INDIANA program visited students at Forest Park Elementary. Indiana University fourth-year dental student Beth Carter applies sealant to Anna Starr's teeth in the IU Mobile Dental Bus. In the distance, Dr. Roger Isaacs and IU fourth-year dental student Nate Heffelfinger examine Sienna Jackson's teeth. Ivy Herron photo...
Knights blast host Wildcats in five-inning baseball win (04/20/05)
T.J. King takes a rip at a pitch during the Knights' win over South Vermillion on Tuesday night, 17-3 in five innings. CLINTON -- As a freshman, Ryan Nees hit a grand slam home run at South Vermillion High School for the Northview Knights. In his final game at Clinton on Tuesday, the Northview senior repeated the feat while leading the Knights to a 17-3 victory...
Clay City track splits; baseball downs T-Birds (04/20/05)
Cole Schroer placed second in the 110 hurdles on Tuesday night. The Clay City track teams split their three-way meet with South Putnam and Shakamak on Tuesday night. The Eel girls were victorious with 85 points ahead of South Putnam's 67 and Shakamak's 3 points...
Northview linksters remain unbeaten in dual matches (04/20/05)
The Northview golf team earned a 156 to 168 victory over host Owen Valley at Rolling Meadows Golf Course on Tuesday afternoon. Kyle Kumpf earned medalist honors for the Knights with a one-over par-37 and Adam Thiemann carded a 38 with Devin Whittington shot a 40. Austin Schutte shot a 41 for the Knights with Josh Conway at 42 and Roy Wyndham reporting a 49...
Knights earn tennis victory over Rox (04/20/05)
The Northview tennis team earned a home victory over visiting Rockville on Tuesday evening, 3-2 over Rockville. Despite losing at No.1 and No. 2 singles, the Knights came back to pick up wins at No. 3 singles with Melissa Miller defeating MaKenzie Davies, 6-2, 6-2 and won both doubles matches...
Wildcats rebound to take softball victory (04/20/05)
Jennifer Gregg (left) goes high to grab a throw in an attempt at a force play. Just one night after being hammered 12-0 in five innings by Northview, the Wildcats rode a first inning 3-run homerun by Mandy Vandergriff to an early lead and then added three more late runs to take a 6-3 Western Indiana Conference decision over the Knights...
DOROTHY I. BRITTON (04/20/05)
Dorothy I. "Dot" Britton, 76, of Brazil, died at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 17, 2005, in Cloverleaf Healthcare Center at Knightsville. Born in Marion on Jan. 9, 1929, she was the daughter of Claude H. Williams and Beulah Taylor Williams. On Jan. 11, 1947, she married Joseph D. Britton of Brazil...
MICHAEL ASBURY II (04/20/05)
Michael Ross Asbury II, 28, of Spencer, died Monday, April 18, 2005, in an auto accident east of Spencer. Born Sept. 18, 1976, in Indianapolis, he was the son of Michael R. Asbury of Freedom and Sally (Shepard) Garrett of Spencer. He had attended Owen Valley High School and was a self-employed carpenter...