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Stories from Monday, January 23, 2006

County residents determined to be ...Victims no more (01/23/06)
Some local citizens, all recent victims of crime, have decided to fight back and do something about it. Tate Wyndham placed an ad in The Brazil Times after thieves invaded garages and barns in his rural neighborhood, seeking information about the robberies...
Interstate lane closed several hours Saturday (01/23/06)
A 911 call around 6:30 a.m. Saturday reporting a semi off the road and the driver possibly trapped inside, led to one eastbound lane of I-70 being closed for several hours as work crews cleaned up a fuel spill. When members of the Clay County Sheriff's Department and Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Department arrived on the scene, Ronnie L. ...
Man walks across America -- He is searching for thinner self (01/23/06)
Top photo: Ivy Herron photo Brazil Family Restaurant waitress Molly McKenzie talks with Steve "Fat Man" Vaught about his web journal and upcoming book about his nine-month weight loss trek across America. People who want to keep up with Vaught's travels can log onto www.thefatmanwalking.com...
Northview grapplers set to defend WIC title (01/23/06)
Carey Fox photo Zach Stultz (left) is the number four seed for the Northview Knights in the Western Indiana Conference Tournament. Its put up or shutup time for wrestlers in the Western Indiana Conference this weekend as postseason competition begins...
Northview boys even WIC record with win (01/23/06)
The Northview boy's basketball team improved to 2-2 in the Western Indiana Conference with a victory over South Vermillion Saturday. The Knights and the Wildcats spent the first half locked in a dead heat, as South Vermillion, searching for its first win in conference play, looked determined to climb out of the WIC cellar. But Northview's 23-point third quarter performance, coupled with the clutch fourth quarter shooting of junior Brinn Meunier, sealed the deal for the Knights...
Northview girls get WIC win (01/23/06)
Northview's varsity girls basketball team preserved their perfect record in the WIC with a 67-22 pounding of South Vermillion Saturday. Wildcats guard Megan Ballock scored her team's first points of the game with 10 seconds remaining in the first quarter, breaking up a 24-0 opening run for the Knights. But Northview continued to score at will, dismantling South Vermillion's zone defense on their way to a 36-11 halftime lead...
3-Times as Sweet -- Knights win third straight WIC wrestling championship (01/23/06)
Submitted photos Top photo: Members of the Northview varsity wrestling team celebrate their third consecutive Western Indiana Conference team championship on Saturday at South Vermillion High School. Competing members on Saturday included: Nick Hensler (103), Josh Longo (112), Beau Pingleton (119), Chris Craft (125), Brian Griffin (130), Zach Stultz (135), Brandon Hathaway (140), Chris Dean (145), Tommy Herr-Smith (152), Hank Weishaupt (160), Greg Stultz (171), Rob Pasalich (189), Nathan Disney (215) and Brian Walden (275). ...
Eels can't overcome cold (01/23/06)
Carey Fox photo Clay City's Tyler Moon attempts to hit an acrobatic shot in the lane around Sullivan's 6'7 Donnie Abrams (#50). SULLIVAN -- A Sullivan squad that was hungry for a win after being blasted by Vincennes Lincoln a week earlier, played tough defense in the first half and the Eels went nearly seven minutes without a point in the first half on the way to a 66-48 defeat by the Arrows...
MARIAN LOUISE GABRIEL (01/23/06)
Marian Louise Gabriel, 79, of Indianapolis and formerly of Kokomo died at 10 a.m. Friday, January 20, 2006, at Eagle Valley Meadows Nursing Home, Indianapolis, IN. Born May 7, 1926, in Kokomo, she was the daughter of Ersie (Elkins) Cotterman and Russell Cotterman. After graduating from Walton High School in 1945 she went to work for Kingston Products. After raising three boys, she worked and retired from the Kokomo Housing Authority...
NORMA GENE KEISER (01/23/06)
Norma Gene Keiser, 88, of Clay City passed away January 21, 1006, at her daughter's residence. She had been in failing health for sometime. Born December 4, 1917, in Clay County, she was the daughter of Clarence Chillson and Martha Oberholtzer Chillson. ...