Stories from Thursday, June 2, 2005
Videoconferencing monitors installed
In an effort to prepare for the upcoming move into the new jail facility in the fall, two videoconferencing monitors were installed at the current Clay County Jail last week. "We're getting ready for the transition," Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton said. Employees will need to be trained on the new equipment. "The inmates and the public are part of that transition."...
Security added for Mansfield festival
Additional security personnel will be in force at the Mansfield Village Bluegrass Festival and Arts & Crafts this weekend following the destruction of a Parke County historical bridge in April. "We'll have extra security patrols for all the concerts this year," Parke County Chief Deputy Eddie McHargue said...
Signs of the times
Edie Campe photos
An employee of Clover Signs, Bowling Green, removes the old Computer Central sign above the 537 E. National Ave. store last week.
Huber will strike up the band again this summer
- The first Forest Park summer concert features John Philip Huber and T. J. Sneddon The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will present "The Bride, The Knight and Pirates" on Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Forest Park Bandshell or Pavilion, if it rains...
Wednesday online poll results
Did Former FBI Deputy Director Mark Felt make the right decision in exposing President Nixon and the Watergate Scandal?
Out of 42 votes
31(73.81%) responded 'YES'
11(26.19%) responded 'NO'
Knights advance to sectional championship game
Carey Fox photo Senior catcher, Craig Trout, celebrates the final out of Wednesday's sectional semifinal win over Terre Haute South. The Knights advanced to the championship game on Friday. PLAINFIELD -- Whenever Northview faces Terre Haute South in any sport, you can practically guarantee that their will be a great battle...
Bass scores 2-run homerun
Carey Fox photo
Graig Bass (3rd from left) is congratulated by teammates after a 2-run homerun in the fourth inning of a 6-4 sectional win.