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Stories from Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Kids get red noses for reading (05/11/04)
Libby Hughes, Sydney Edwards, Dawson Williams and Kendrick McKee, pre-kindergarten students at the LEAAP Center, spend some time reading their new books. In honor of May being "Get Caught Reading" Month, the children at LEAAP were each given a red nose and a book on Monday or Tuesday last week...
Knightsville to cut ties with IURC (05/11/04)
The town of Knightsville is planning to cut its relations with the Indiana Utilities Regulation Commission, a town official said. The town is expected to vote itself out of its association with the IURC at its monthly meeting, tonight at 7 p.m. Knightsville "borrows" water from Brazil to supply its township and residents of Harmony...
Nursing home week: Cloverleaf Healthcare (05/11/04)
National Nursing Home Week is May 9-15 and this year's theme is "Caring Is a Work of Heart." Cloverleaf Healthcare in Knightsville kicked off their celebration over the weekend. Saturday, there was a balloon lift-off and Mother's Day Luncheon and Sunday, a Mother's Day Honor was held to recognize the ladies of Cloverleaf accompanied by coffee, rolls and the gospel music of Chester Haypenny...
No. 2 Panthers defeat Knights (05/11/04)
Northview's Casey Challandes prepares to throw out a Riverton Parke runner early in Monday's game versus the Panthers. The Class A No.-2 ranked Riverton Parke Panthers were able to take advantage of Northview's miscues and eight walks to defeat the Knights 11-1 in five innings Monday night...
Tiger Cubs pick up dual match win over Knights (05/11/04)
The visiting Greencastle Tiger Cubs handed the Northview Knights just their third dual match defeat of the season on Monday night, winning by one stroke, 152-153. With 20 scheduled events this season, the Knights sat out their usual top-three competitors since the IHSAA allows athletes to play in only 18 matches in one season...
Northview clips Eagles on the hard court (05/11/04)
Trace Hassler picked up a straight set victory over South Putnam on Monday night The Northview girls tennis squad swept past the South Putnam Eagles on Monday night. All five varsity matches were won by the Knights who are headed for the stretch run toward sectionals...
EMERSON L. LIECHTY (05/11/04)
Emerson L. Liechty, 97, of Indianapolis, formerly of Clay City, died Sunday, May 9, 2004, at West Side Retirement Village in Indianapolis. He was born May 6, 1907, in Clay County, the son of Jesse Liechty and Ida Schiele Liechty. He attended school in Clay City, then graduated in 1925 from Staunton High School...
ELMER PAUL 'PETE' THIEMANN (05/11/04)
Elmer Paul "Pete" Thiemann, 94, of Terre Haute, died Sunday, May 9, 2004, in his home. Born Sept. 10, 1909, in Louisville, Ky., he was the son of Herman and Mary Algeier Thiemann, the youngest of 10 children. He graduated fromn St. Xavier High School, attended the University of Louisville and studied accounting at LaSalle Extension University...
DON W. PHILLIPS (05/11/04)
Don W. Phillips, 79, of Greencastle, died Sunday, May 9, 2004, at Putnam County Hospital. He was born March 16, 1925, in Hadley, Ind., the son of Eber Phillips and Flora Purcell. He married Alberta Frazier on May 24, 1969; she survives. He was a set-up man at P.R. Mallory Capacitor, retiring after over 25 years in 1989...