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Stories from Tuesday, May 3, 2005

Authorities hope public will identify Marshall, Ladoga bank robber (05/03/05)
The Parke County Sheriff's Department is asking the public's help in identifying and arresting a suspected bank robber. On April 12 the Farmer's State Bank of Ladoga was robbed by a lone masked gunman. The gunman entered the bank at 9:08 a.m. wearing a bandana as a mask, pointed a handgun at bank employees and demanded money. ...
Council considers jail staffing costs (05/03/05)
While the new Clay County Jail is set to open in approximately six months, the numbers for operational and staffing costs remain unclear. Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton informed the Clay County Council Monday evening he plans to present them with jail-related information at the next regular meeting in June...
Summer is coming: BCB band concerts announced (05/03/05)
The Brazil Concert Band's 2005 series of "concerts under the stars" begins Sunday June 5, 8 p.m., and continues through August 2 at the Forest Park Band Shell. During inclement weather, the band performs in the Forest Park Pavilion. The 75-member Brazil Concert Band will perform additional concerts at DePauw University in Greencastle on July 5, the Fred Jewell Band Festival in Worthington July 9 and the annual Scottish Rite performance slated for Nov. 20 in Terre Haute...
Knights second in sectional preview (05/03/05)
Josh Conway carded a 41 to help the Knights to a 2nd place finish on Monday. The Northview golf team got a preview of what could be in store when sectional action comes around at the beginning of June. The Knights traveled to Rea Park to take on the host Terre Haute South Braves and a tough Linton Miners squad...
Northview tennis wins tourney; Knights win in 'C' baseball (05/03/05)
Madason Stevenson (pictured) and teammate Sarah Cox combined to win the consolation match at No. 1 doubles at the Northview Invitational Saturday. The Northview girls tennis team squeezed past visiting Greencastle in their own invitational this weekend by scoring 25 team points to the Tiger Cubs 21. North Montgomery was third with 14 and Linton-Stockton was scoreless...
North Clay boys just short in track (05/03/05)
The North Clay boys team competed very strongly versus Woodrow Wilson last week but came out on the short end of a 60-40 meet score. Jordan Keller earned big points for the Knights with a first place in the high jump (4-11), the shot put (40-10) and was a member of the 4X100 relay team along with Matt Trout, Drake Stevenson and Seth Wright. The relay team won in 51.85. He also joined the second place 4X400 relay squad of Ryan Mafioli, Justin White and Jonathan Bradshaw to finish in 4:15...
KATHRYN F. KNOX (05/03/05)
Kathryn F. Knox, age 91, of Janesville, died Saturday, April 30, 2005, at Mercy Hospital. She was born in Brazil, IN, on July 18, 1913, the daughter of Bradley and Emma (Smith) Lucas. She married Lloyd E. Knox on April 20, 1935, and he preceded her in death in April of 1997. She was a member of Cargill United Methodist Church, and worked at Sears for many years...