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Stories from Thursday, January 12, 2006

It only took the South Putnam High School girls' basketball team one quarter to establish a lead it would never relinquish (01/12/06)
It only took the South Putnam High School girls' basketball team one quarter to establish a lead it would never relinquish. The Eagles posted their 10th win of the season Wednesday, knocking off Riverton Parke 63-21. The points the Eagles scored in the first quarter were all they needed to defeat Riverton Parke, as South Putnam outscored the Panthers 22-4 in the first quarter of play. ...
The North Putnam girls' basketball team took a tough loss to Western Boone Tuesday, 52-38 (01/12/06)
The North Putnam girls' basketball team took a tough loss to Western Boone Tuesday, 52-38. Laura Blaydes led the Cougars with 24 points, while Brook Miller added 10 points to the effort. "Western Boone is one of the best defensive teams we'll play this year," North Putnam Coach Kevin Smith said. "They do a lot to disrupt you offensively."...
Edward Kress (01/12/06)
March 1, 1941-Jan. 10, 2006 Edward L. Kress, 64, Jasonville, died Tuesday at his residence. He was the son of Wallace and Martha (Hepler) Kress. A 1960 graduate of Clay City High School, he served in the Air National Guard, and was former owner of the Beverage Place in Clay City...
Bettye Jean Hart (01/12/06)
Dec. 8, 1932-Jan. 9, 2006 Bettye Jean Hart, 73, New Palestine, formerly of Greencastle, died Monday. Born in McMinnville, Tenn., she was the daughter of Joe and Willie (Cates) Anderson. She had been a motor route carrier for the BannerGraphic. Surviving are her husband, Lloyd W. ...