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Stories from Thursday, August 25, 2005

Woman charged in connection with Cooper Towers fire (08/25/05)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com and FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com There has been an arrest in connection with the Cooper Towers fire early Monday. Dawn A. Hahn, 39, a resident of the building, was arrested Tuesday in connection with the fire...
Fake coupons dupe pizza customers (08/25/05)
Numerous copies of this coupon have been brought into the Brazil Pizza Hut to be used during the course of the past two weeks. This coupon is not a valid coupon. If someone sells you or gives you a copy of this coupon, report them to the proper authorities...
As summer ends, school officials sweat over rising transportation expenses (08/25/05)
There was one advantage the little red school house had over today's big consolidated school corporation campuses. You didn't have to pay for diesel fuel for the big yellow bus to get your children to the little red school house. "It's killing us," Frank Misner said Wednesday. The Clay Community Schools Director of Transportation was talking about the price of fuel...
Sale of restaurant not final (08/25/05)
Chuck and Susan Schafer are still the owners of Company's Coming, the restaurant on Forest Avenue, that was the subject of the news report on page 1 of Wednesday's newspaper. Susan said this morning she is confident the sale will go through, but it is still pending...
Gridiron Knights ready the corral for visiting Mustangs (08/25/05)
Northview and Edgewood began their seasons in distinctly different ways on Friday night with the Knights romping to a 57-18 victory over Salem and the Mustangs suffering a 38-7 defeat to Bedford North Lawrence. This week the Knights open their home football season and will try and start another home winning streak after Greenwood ended a four game streak in last year's sectional semifinal...
Northview shuts out Cadets (08/25/05)
Facing a road trip and a smaller playing field in their visit to Cascade on Tuesday night, the Knights came through with their first shutout of the season, 3-0 over the Cadets. "The field/game conditions were a bit different for us, the field was small and slanted and the wind was blowing downhill, in the first half we were going uphill against the wind and the guys has trouble adjusting to it," commented head coach Todd LaComba...
Knights hammer way past host Bulldogs; open WIC slate tonight (08/25/05)
- King has 11 kills and 10 blocks Northview remained unbeaten in high school volleyball with a straight set victory over Monrovia on Tuesday, 25-16, 25-19, 25-18. Lottie King topped the Knights with 11 kills and added 10 blocks and five service points. ...
ROME R. RIDGWAY (08/25/05)
Rome R. Ridgway, 77, of Cloverdale, IN, died Tuesday, August 23, 2005, at Roudebush Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN. Survivors include a daughter, Laura Lynn Chambers and husband Michael Steven, Huntersville, NC; a son, Jerry Lee Ridgway & wife Beth, Kernersville, NC; two sisters, Oma Lewis & husband David Brazil, IN; Lottie Mesling, Indianapolis, IN; and a brother, Warren Ridgway & wife Josephine, Greencastle, IN, along with eight grandchildren...