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Stories from Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Most Cinergy employees won't notice change, official says (05/10/05)
Cinergy and Duke Energy announced a merger Monday that will keep things relatively the same for employees and customers, one Cinergy official said. "The vast majority of our employees will not notice changes," said Angeline Protogere, Cinergy media representative...
Family cat, lost in fire, found alive (05/10/05)
Last week Ken Michael's home was destroyed by a fire and the family was without hope anything would be saved. However, four days afterwards Michael found reason to be optimistic. Thursday night, after the blaze, the family's insurance company sent two off-duty firemen in to the rubble to see if anything could be salvaged. As they were searching for the remains of the family cat, "They found it (alive) up inside the box springs."...
Community learns about poverty through simulation (05/10/05)
Community service officials simulated "The State of Poverty" Friday and although it was only acting, many involved said the simulation is an exact replica of what's really going on. "It's surprising how accurate this is to real life," said Clay County Chief Deputy Doug Barr...
New police officer among city business (05/10/05)
The Brazil City Council will meet in regular session, open to the public, at 7 p.m. today in Council Chambers at City Hall. Included on the list of new business to discuss are: - the swearing-in of new police officer Jeffrey Bucklin II - the first reading of Resolution 4-2005, to support the cross-state National Road Heritage Project...
Northview sweeps past Eagles in tennis (05/10/05)
The Northview Knights swept past host South Putnam in tennis action on Monday night, 5-0. Heather Palmer didn't lose a points in her No. 1 singles match, defeating Nicole Stone in straight sets and Kristy Backfish defeated 6-1, 6-2 in singles action over Amy Tharp. Melissa Miller was a winner in singles play as well, defeating Emily Mink by a 6-3, 6-1 decision...
Panthers power past Clay City in baseball (05/10/05)
Andre Hayes fields a ball at first base for Clay City. Hayes singled once for the Eels in a 14-4 loss. MECCA -- The Riverton Parke Panthers showed off their muscle early in Monday's win over Clay City as Sean Leitgabel blasted a two-run homerun and his squad never trailed in a 14-4, five-inning victory...
Knights win at Windy Hill Country Club (05/10/05)
The Northview Knights picked up a victory over Greencastle at Windy Hill on Monday night, 158-161. Adam Thiemann and Kyle Kumpf tied for medalist honors in the match, shooting a 38. Roy Wyndham had a 40 with Austin Schutte carding a 42 and both Devin Whittington and Josh Conway shooting a 43 for the Knights who improved to 8-3 on the season...
Northview shuts down Riverton Parke (05/10/05)
Northview's Kyler Clark slides into second while Riverton Parke's throw bounces past their fielder's in Monday's 5-2 win by the Knights. Clark had two hits in the game. MECCA -- After some inconsistent play of late, Northview's softball team played a solid overall game in shutting down Riverton Parke, 5-2 for their ninth win of the year...
ROSIE M. SHEESE (05/10/05)
Rosie M. Sheese, 88, Bowling Green, died Monday, May 9, 2005, at Owen Valley Health Campus. She was born in Urbana, Ill. on September 5, 1916, the daughter of John and Maryann (Witt) Frankenberger. She was married to Cecil Sheese who preceded her in death in April 1997 along with one brother and four sisters...
JUANITA FATIMA BROOKS (05/10/05)
Mrs. Juanita Fatima Brooks, age 86, of Greencastle, passed away Friday evening at her residence at Autumn Glen. Born June 18, 1918 in Terre Haute, Indiana, she was the daugher of Tom & Edna (Honeycutt) Miles. Early years were spent at the Glen Home in Terre Haute and later at Carbon, IN with Mr. & Mrs. Milt Williams. She married Fred L. Brooks on April 25, 1965 and he preceded her in death on March 20, 2002...