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Stories from Thursday, November 17, 2005

Cottrell returns to court (11/17/05)
Photos by Edie Campe Left: Parke County triple murder suspect Chad Allan Cottrell makes his way into the courthouse in Rockville Thursday to hear the state of Indiana's decision to pursue the death penalty if he is convicted. Right: The mailbox at 2158 Wimmer Rd., Rockville, stands at the end of a driveway that leads to the house once inhabited by Chad and Trisha Cottrell. ...
Bomb threats not taken lightly since 9-11 (11/17/05)
While bomb threats in the past have sometimes been considered a joke by the perpetrators, no one is laughing following Sept. 11, 2001. The events of 9-11 have shown that America is no longer immune to acts of terrorism, whether from domestic or foreign interests...
Bomb threats not taken lightly since 9-11 (11/17/05)
While bomb threats in the past have sometimes been considered a joke by the perpetrators, no one is laughing following Sept. 11, 2001. The events of 9-11 have shown that America is no longer immune to acts of terrorism, whether from domestic or foreign interests...
AccuWeather calling for typical winter with a little more snow, perhaps (11/17/05)
Another winter forecast has been made. The folks at AccuWeather, State College, Pa., a national forecasting company are saying we can look for a typical winter as far as precipitation and temperatures go. The company issued its 30- and 90-day forecasts Wednesday...
Seen around town ... (11/17/05)
Candlelight vigil supports March of Dimes Above: Paula Slater (left), the grandmother of premature triplets, and Mary Yelton of the LEAPP Center participate in a candlelight vigil held in Forest Park Wednesday in conjunction with the March of Dimes Prematurity Awareness Week...
BTI CEO dies in truck crash (11/17/05)
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. -- The chief executive officer of Brazil Trucking Inc. died in a pickup truck accident Monday. The Shelbyville News reports Keith K. Roberts, 67, Columbus, died after his truck crashed into a pond east of I-65 near S.R. 252. Roberts was driving his 2005 GMC pickup north on I-65, said Maj. Mike Bowlby, chief deputy of the Shelby County Sheriff's Department...
Have you bought your bird? (11/17/05)
- Thanksgiving Day is one week away Editor's note: This is the first in a four-part series about the preparation, cooking and serving of Thanksgiving dinner. For more information, see: http://www.eatturkey.com or http://www.butterball.com. We've all heard about the nightmares of cooking Thanksgiving dinner. ...
ELIZABETH (BETTY) BAIN DOWELL (11/17/05)
Elizabeth (Betty) Bain Dowell, a resident of Cloverleaf of Knightsville, passed away at 8:30 a.m. November 16, 2005. Born February 1, 1907 east of Brazil at Donaldsonville, she was the daughter of Robert and Alice Grey Bain. Elizabeth attended Zellar and Brazil High Schools...
ROBERTA JUNE MORTHLAND (11/17/05)
Roberta June Morthland, age 76 of Brazil, died at 1:56 p.m. Tuesday, November 15, 2005 following a motor vehicle accident on U.S. 40 west of Brazil. She was born June 25, 1929 in Michigan City, Indiana, as the daughter of Elmer and Olive Brown Gasoway. Following high school she worked as a beautician, manager and owner of her own dress shop and manager for National Uniform. She was also a Mary Kay Cosmetics representative. She married William "Bill" Morthland June 14, 1947...