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Stories from Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Unto the mayor a son is born (12/20/05)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com There is a new child in the Brazil mayor's home this Christmas season. Jackson Thomas Arthur, 9 pounds, 13 ounces, 22 inches long, was born at 1:48 p.m. Tuesday in Union Hospital. Jackson joins his older sister, Tara, age 3, and his parents, Tom and Penny Arthur...
School officials disagree over co-ed gym classes (12/20/05)
When Northview High School students report to gym class, their gender may determine the activities in which they're allowed to participate. Northview is one of a number of Indiana schools that separates its gym classes by gender, a practice some experts say violates federal law...
Meridian students benefit from Ellettsville Santa's helpers (12/20/05)
Edie Campe photo James Parlett II gathers stuffed animals to give to students at Meridian Elementary on Monday morning. The gifts were a donation from Donald and Barbara Smith of Ellettsville, Ind. Christmas for some people is the gift of giving. Once in a while, a person can be found who gives gifts to those who are less fortunate and not expect anything in return...
Northview bench leads team to easy win over Panthers (12/20/05)
Carey Fox photo Northview's Kayla Raderstorf (#54) tallied 16 points against Riverton Parke on Monday. Mother Nature gave Riverton Parke a break from their matchup against Northview back on Nov. 15 with a postponement due to a snow storm. However, the Knights made sure they didn't suffer any lapse in concentration after a win over Edgewood on Friday night...
Knights place six in top-five at Bo Henry Classic (12/20/05)
The Northview wrestling team placed fourth in the Bo Henry Wrestling Tournament at Bloomington North on Saturday afternoon. Princeton was the first place team in the tourney, scoring 230.5 points and Mooresville was second with 213.5, followed by Castle with 200.5 with the Knights tallying 110.5 in the eight team field...
ISU beats Campbell to go 7-0 (12/20/05)
Tony Harper photo Clay City graduate Elliott Booe (#10) drives the ball during Monday's Indiana State victory. Booe had three points a rebound and an assist. TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- David Moss scored 24 points, including 8-of-8 from the line, to lead five Sycamores in double figures as Indiana State remained undefeated by beating Campbell 86-71 Monday night...
Clay City girls sweep past North Clay (12/20/05)
Andy McCammon photo North Clay sixth grader Kelsey Oehler (with the ball) looks for an open teammate while Clay City's Michaela Riggs guards her. The North Clay sixth-grade Lady Knights couldn't find an answer for Clay City point guard Carmela Roeschlein Monday night...
JIMMIE LEE HANDLIN (12/20/05)
Jimmie Lee Handlin, at 69, of Fontanet, Indiana, died at 10:18 a.m. December 18, 2005, at the Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis. He was born April 10, 1936, in Vigo County, Indiana as the son of John T. "Jack" and Janet Rankin Handlin. ...
BARBARA A. REECE (12/20/05)
Barbara A. Reece, 74, of Brazil, passed away December 19, 2005, at 1:15 p.m. at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. She was born November 9, 1931, in Brazil, the daughter of Claude and Cecil Butler Murphy. She graduated from Brazil High School, Class of 1950. ...
MILDRED R. (DAVIS) SONNEFIELD (12/20/05)
Mildred R. (Davis) Sonnefield, 81, of rural Poland died at 12:30 a.m. Monday, December 19, 2005, at the Clay County Health Center. She was a retired schoolteacher of South Putnam School Corporation, serving 23 years from 1963-1986. She also taught briefly at Brazil High School from 1949-1953 and Eminence High School from 1948-1949. She taught Home Economics, Family and Consumer Sciences and Child Development...