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Stories from Monday, December 19, 2005

Special judge drops one charge against Roger Lindsay (12/19/05)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com In a ruling filed in Clay Circuit Court on Thursday, a charge against Roger Lindsay of corrupt business influence was dismissed by Special Judge Matthew Headley, but Lindsay still faces two misdemeanor charges stemming from the Indiana State Police Cold Case Investigative Team's probe into an unsolved double homicide...
State Police urges caution during Christmas holiday (12/19/05)
The Christmas and New Year's Holiday Season is traditionally one of travel and happy times. The Indiana State Police reminds all motorists to do their part in making our roadways safe during the upcoming holidays. Last year during the Christmas/New Year's Holiday Period, 14 people lost their lives on Indiana roadways. This period is from Dec. 23 to Jan. 1...
State Police urges caution during Christmas holiday (12/19/05)
The Christmas and New Year's Holiday Season is traditionally one of travel and happy times. The Indiana State Police reminds all motorists to do their part in making our roadways safe during the upcoming holidays. Last year during the Christmas/New Year's Holiday Period, 14 people lost their lives on Indiana roadways. This period is from Dec. 23 to Jan. 1...
Webster named VFW Teacher of Year (12/19/05)
Winning the 2005 Veterans of Foreign Wars Teacher of the Year award was a complete surprise to Jackson Township Elementary fifth grade teacher Dan Webster. He didn't even know Principal Jeff Fritz had entered him in the competition. "I didn't have a clue until he told me I'd won," Webster said. "I'm really humbled and honored by this."...
Kids get early Christmas presents from local 'cops' (12/19/05)
Andy McCammon photo Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton pushes a cart filled with clothes and toys toward the cash register Saturday. Heaton and Special Deputy Matt Weber represented the sheriff's department at the event. Harley Foster's Christmas-- or at least part of it-- came early this year...
Church adding to funds for local Shop-with-a-Cop program (12/19/05)
Rick Clark (right), treasurer of the Bethel United Methodist Church in Brazil, presents Brazil City Police Chief Mark Loudermilk with a donation of $713 for the department's "Shop-with-a-Cop" program. The church raised the money at its October Chili Supper...
Can you spell p-i-ñ-a-t-a? How about t-u-r-b-u-l-e-n-c-e? (12/19/05)
Jennifer Buell emceed the second annual 2005 Clay County Christian Home Educators Spelling Bee that led to two children moving on to possible district and state victories. (Above) Participants in the Junior Division, age 8 to 11, were (front row) left to right: Aaron Carlson, alternate Rachel Carlson, Kami Flora, Gretchen Ogborn, Leah Hostetler, (back row) winner Nathan Buell, Justin Buell, Luke Hostetler, Cole Neese, Jordan Prindiville and Grant Prindiville. ...
School food drive to help needy families during the holiday season (12/19/05)
On Dec. 14, Jackson Township Elementary Student Council members Dylan Nesty, Larry Shaffer, Taylor Dickison, Nicole Linton, Sydnee Lacinuo, Shelbi Morris, Bo Stewart and Nic Yocom prepared boxes for distribution to needy families in the community. The many items were collected by students and faculty members during their recent holiday food drive at the school...
First four Indiana paramedics to complete Crossover program (12/19/05)
Submitted photos Top: Ivy Tech Department of Nursing instructor Cindi Kreicker (left) stands with the first four students to complete the Paramedic to RN Crossover program (left to right) Amy Solomon of Staunton, Heidi Lindsey of Sullivan, Dusty Ramer of Kokomo and Scott Hudnall of Indianapolis...
Course creates Safe Sitters (12/19/05)
As the youth of our community begin to mature, they often try to prove their maturity to their parents. Too young to drive, but too old to be content with allowance money, often times adolescents try to take on responsibility that could potentially lead to a dangerous situation...
Eels head into break with win over Patriots (12/19/05)
The Clay City Eels rebounded from their first loss of the season to pick up an important road win at Vincennes Rivet heading into the holiday break. Senior Josey Vansickle scored 12 of his 21 points in the third quarter in which the Eels turned a five point halftime deficit into a five point lead heading into the final eight minutes of play...
Stultz wins 171 at Bo Henry Tourney (12/19/05)
File photo Northview senior Greg Stultz (top) was the 171 pound winner for the Knights at the Bo Henry Classic at Bloomington North on Saturday. More information will be provided when it is received. The Knights were fourth as a team with 110.5 points...
Knights make strides in loss to Orioles (12/19/05)
File photo Jared Timm drives the ball during Friday's game against Edgewood. Timm tallied nine points in the Knights' game against Avon on Saturday. So what's the difference between losing a high school basketball game 62-48 at Edgewood on Friday night and falling 72-56 to the visiting Avon Orioles on Saturday night?...
Northview girls get back into the win column with WIC victory (12/19/05)
Carey Fox photo Julie Whitted (#55) looks for an open teammate in Friday's victory over Edgewood. Whitted had 27 points, eight rebounds and four blocks. - Whitted tallies 27 in victory ELLETSVILLE -- The Northview Lady Knights notched an important conference win Friday night, dispatching the Edgewood Lady Mustangs at Elletsville...
Sophomore Mustang drills Knights from long range (12/19/05)
Carey Fox photo Northview center Nick Wells goes up for two of his 10 points in Friday's game against Edgewood. ELLETSVILLE -- All the scouting reports that Northview had for Edgewood showed a physical team who liked to pound the ball inside and wear teams out in their four wins this year. But what the Knights got on Friday, no one expected...
DAVID JOSEPH RINGO (12/19/05)
David Joseph Ringo, avid bridge player, finessed his way to Heaven on December 16, 2005, in Brazil, Indiana, at the age of 59. He was born on October 4, 1946, to Dan Ringo and Martha L. (Turner) Ringo. He graduated from St. Thomas High School in Houston TX, in 1964...
LINDA "BOO" THOMAS ROUTSON (12/19/05)
Linda "Boo" Thomas Routson, 67, of Brazil, passed away in her home Saturday, December 17, 2005. She was born September 17, 1938, in Carbon, IN, to Russell Leon and Wilma Doane Thomas. Linda was a loving mother and grandmother who really enjoyed spending time with her family. She also was a member of MADD...