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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Stories from Wednesday, February 4, 2004

Saying 'bye to Bosnia-bound soldier (02/04/04)
A send-off party was held in honor of Master Sgt. Greg Mullinix who will leave for Germany soon and then go onto Bosnia with the HHC/MMC 38th Infantry DISCOM to take part in Operation Enduring Freedom for a minimum of a year. Those in attendance included Greg's aunt and uncle; Bob and Marsha Meadows of Fla., his wife Janine Mullinix, his son Jon Russell and his daughter Ashlee Zaucha...
French funeral homes have intertwined history (02/04/04)
Nick French, general manager of the French family funeral services, shows a casket, Jan. 30, in the casket room at the French Funeral Home. Soni Henry, places a basket from the Grief Store. Nick was discussing the recent purchase of the Miller Memorial Chapel...
U.S. 40 project considered (02/04/04)
On Tuesday, Mayor Tom Arthur invited Todd Frauhiger, CTE Engineers, to give the City Council an update on the U.S. 40 INDOT Project. The project would include putting in new pavement, sidewalks and storm sewer and provide 5 lanes of traffic through town. Frauhiger checked the plan sheet and there has been no activity since February...
Budgeted payroll (02/04/04)
These positions are salaried and budgeted to be paid more than $15,000 a year: CLERK County Clerk $27,750 First Deputy $23,450 Deputy $22,750 Deputy $20,750 AUDITOR County Auditor $28,250 First Deputy $23,850 Deputy $22,750 Deputy $20,750 TREASURER County Treasurer $27,350...
South Putnam handles Eels at home (02/04/04)
PUTNAMVILLE -- The Clay City High School girls' basketball squad had a hard time getting going on Tuesday as the host South Putnam Eagles knocked off the Eels, 67-29. The Eagles forced 38 Clay City turnovers on Tuesday, including 27 in the first half...
Plainfield presses Knights into home loss (02/04/04)
Northview's Erica Koehler (#12) scored a game-high 17 points for the Knights in a loss to Plainfield Tuesday. As far as appetizers go, Northview found Tuesday's contest between the Lady Knights and Plainfield Quakers quite unappetizing. The Quakers pressed the Knights into 26 turnovers and held them to just 39 points in a 55-39 victory exactly one week before the two matchup in the first round of sectional action...