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Athens News Courier (Newspaper) - June 9, 2009, Athens, Alabama N. Limestone takes River C ity Classic PAGE IB The News Courie Serving Athens and Limestone Coùnty: A Community of Tradition and hut un e Tuesday, June 9, 2009 Visit us online www.enewscourier.com Inside Today Shootout shocks in N.D. Wallace State Softball Players recognized for hard work SPORTS, PAGE IB AP PHOTO/ALABAMA DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS This undated photo released by the Alabama Department of Corrections shows Angela Diana Mink, who according to a U.S. Marshal, helped 22-year-old Ashton Kenny Chase Mink and 26-year-old Joshua Loyd Southwick escape from a private prison in Perry County. The three, along with Mink's wife, 25-year-old Jacquelin Rae Ken-namer Mink, were captured Saturday in North Dakota. Joshua Southwick Escapees, helpers face charges after capture From staff, wire reports A prosecutor says two of four Alabama fugitives captured after a weekend standoff in southwestern North Dakota are due in court to face charges of conspiracy to commit robbery. One of the four was convicted in the 2003 slaying of a Limestone County man. Henning said more charges are expect- Related Story page 2A ed in connection with the escape. Stark County, N.D., State’s Attorney Tom Henning says 26-year-old Joshua Southwick and 25-year-old Angela Mink See Escapees, page 3A Black’s Landing finally to get fire coverage By Jean Colt: jean a athensnew s-courier, com Residents in Black’s Landing will be getting a quicker response from firefighters and, hopefully, lower insurance rates in the future. Athens City Council members agreed during a meeting Monday to spend $73,100 to clear land and construct a building off Cowford Road to house trucks and equipment owned by Clements Volunteer Fire Department. It will put fire protection closer to the city subdivision and some county residents. “In working together, we will both benefit,” said Athens Fire Chief Danny Southard. Black’s Landing, which was annexed into the city nearly 20 years ago, is outside the five-mile limit of a fire station and consequently residents must wait longer for firefighters and must pay much higher insurance rates. Currently, it takes firefighters at Athens Fire Station No. 3 more than 10 minutes to reach Black’s Landing. The station will put Clements firefighters within five road miles of Black’s Landing, Southard said. When a call comes in, Clements firefighters will go to the station, pick up the trucks and respond to tires at Black’s Landing, along with Athens firefighters if needed. T hat should eventually reduce See Black's Landing, page 2A Athens man killed in fatal wreck buried Monday Investigation ongoing into accident's cause No Parking Construction crews stay busy while working on U.S. 31 VALLEY, PAGE 4A By Kelly Kazek k elly@a t hens news-co u ri -er.com State Troopers are investigating the cause of an accident that left one man dead and injured an Athens woman Saturday night. According to Limestone County Coroner Mike West, an Athens man was killed at about 11:45 p.m. when he was thrown from a pickup truck and it flipped and pinned him beneath it on Bailey Road about two miles west of Lester. Robert “Bobby” Kieff was pronounced dead at See Wreck, page 3A COURTESY PHOTO Bobby Kieff of Athens died late Saturday night after he was ejected when this trucK flipped on Bailey Road and he was pinned beneath it. Subscribe Police: Man admitted twisting baby's leg Get the news with your morning coffee SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS COURIER BY CALLING 232-2720 69847 00001 By Jean Cole jean (g)a thensn e w.s -courier, com An Athens man who admitted twisting the leg of a 3-month-old girl while changing her diaper has been charged with child abuse after a doctor determined the baby’s leg was broken, an official said. Demetrick Lavell Cosby, 23, of 700 S. Clinton St., Apt. 4-F, was arrested Friday and charged with willful abuse of a child under age 18. Cosby was babysitting the daughter of his roommate while she was at work, said Capt. Marty Bruce. When the mother returned, she found the See Twisting, page 3A Demetrick Cosby Veterans needed to step up to help bun their own By Kell y Kazek kcllyifl ¡ithensiicws-couricr.com Two leaders of local veterans organizations said of the thousand or so members of the four local veterans’ groups, they have trouble finding enough people to make up burial details when a fellow veteran dies. Danny Gilliam, commander of the local Dis- See Veterans, page 3A Index Obituaries ....................2A Anthony O’Neal Brooks Charlotte Dean Cottles Robert Earl ‘Bobby’ Kieff Sr. Woodrow Wiley Kilgore Eddy Darrell Venable Ledger . . . ...................8A Sports .... ....................IB Comics .. . ...................3B Classified . ..................4-6B Buddy Spkher Headtinmg for JUMEIS, 2009 •BLU60HASS M ITS BEST! • llhiiMi ТЦ-Ци f «il», »-------“ - ЮЫУ1 WAM WrU 6аву/МИшикМ1*7аи«<$3 2SE-232-S411 ШШШёёёШШлЁШШШШШШШШёёёШ Online edition See slideshows of local kindergarten classes under Photo Galleries at enewscourier.com
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