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Stories from Thursday, March 2, 2006

Clovers blow by Bulldogs, 90-43 (03/02/06)
Cloverdale's postseason couldn't have started any better. The Clovers won their first round game in the Class 2A South Putnam Sectional 45 with ease, defeating Monrovia for the second time this season by more than 30 points, 90-43, and they did it with Chase Haltom scoring only nine points...
April 23, 1933-Feb. 28, 2006 (03/02/06)
Britta M. Cingo, 72, Cloverdale, died Tuesday at Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. Born in Thorntown, she was the daughter of Grover Cleveland and Velva Lena (Hazelrigg) Coffman. She home a homemaker, and had been employed at Western Electric in Indianapolis, Cloverdale Holiday Inn and IGA. She was a member of Cataract Missionary Baptist Church and Red Hat Society...
April 1, 1913-Feb. 27, 2006 (03/02/06)
Esther E. Wilcox Smedley, 92, Rocklin, Calif., formerly of Stilesville, and Mt. Prospect, Ill., died Monday at Manor Care in Citrus Heights, Calif. Born in Stilesville, she was the daughter of William C. "Pat" Wilcox and Ora Gayneva (Rector) Wilcox...
March 7, 1948-Feb. 27, 2006 (03/02/06)
Diane Query, 57, Poland, died Monday at Jordan Village, Poland. Born in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of William Dysart and Isla Berniece (Walbring) Crick. She had been a licensed practical nurse for various nursing homes and an emergency medical technician for Operation Life. She was a member of Jordan Village Presbyterian Church...
Nov. 29, 1937-March 1, 2006 (03/02/06)
Gordon L. Butts, 68, Carmel, died Wednesday. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of Robert L. and Fern (Sutherlin) Butts. A graduate of Greencastle High School, he attended DePauw University. A U.S. Navy veteran, he worked as a credit analyst for Boehringer-Mannheim for eight years, retiring in 1998...