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Stories from Friday, November 11, 2005

Sheriff: Murder motive was to hush victims (11/11/05)
-Parke County Prosecutor files paperwork seeking death penalty Parke County Sheriff Charles Bollinger believes the motive behind the murder of a mother and her daughters was to keep the three from talking about crimes against the girls, to "hush" them, he said...
New sex offenders registry being developed (11/11/05)
There is no way of knowing if a sex offender lives across the street unless a person takes the responsibility to protect themselves and their family by checking the Indiana Sex Offender Registry. But several recent complaints about the odd behavior of an individual who happens to be a registered sex offender in Clay County have led to concerns that the state's registry is not up-to-date...
School Board Report (11/11/05)
Thursday evening's Clay Community School Board meeting was attended by Steven Grigsby, Jim Guy, Dottie King, Terry Barr, Len Fischer, Ted Jackson, Joe Thomas and Superintendent William Schad. Highlights of the business transacted at the North clay Middle School meeting included:...
Crafts, South Bend Chocolates available in new store (11/11/05)
Brazil Chamber of Commerce President Mitch Chalos and owners of the J&K Gift Gallery participate in a ribbon cutting Wednesday to herald the opening of the new store. The shop features South Bend Chocolates as well as a variety of handmade crafts, many of which are produced by Indiana artisans. Pictured (from left) are Chalos, John Quilliam, Kelley Watson and Kim Quilliam...
Knights open tourney with lopsided win (11/11/05)
Carey Fox photos Left: Lexee Hayes drives to the basket for two of her game-high 18 points in a win over the Wildcats. Right: Abby Birkey (far left) and Spring Raines (center) go after a loose ball along with South Vermillion's Caitlin Phillips in the early stages of Thursday's matchup...