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Local News Briefs: Character breakfast planned at River View Character breakfast planned at River View WARSAW — The River View Music Department will have a fundraiser for a Disney World trip from 9 a.m. to noon Oct. 30 in the cafeteria of River View High School. Cost is a donation.  The character breakfast for kids will feature pancakes and sausage, coloring table, face painting and selfies with cartoon characters. One is encouraged to wear their Halloween costume.  COSHOCTON — The National Alliance on Mental Health Family Support Group of Coshocton County will have a meeting at 7 p.m. Sept. 20 at the Allwell Building, 701 Main St.  Tom Wilson, a clinician at Allwell, will give the presentation Suicide - Navigating the System.  WEST LAFAYETTE — The rule committee of West Lafayette Village Council will meet at 11 a.m. Sept. 21 and the building feasibility committee will meet at 6 p.m. Sept. 21. The next regular meeting of council will be at 7 p.m. Sept. 27. All sessions will be in council chambers. [Insurance]

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With a 2-0 series lead, which has kept alive their winning streak, victory No.27 will be on the minds of the Australian team. They extended their incredible winning run by the closest of margins in an epic thriller during the second contest. Despite their confidence being at its peak, Australia will be wary of the threat posed by India, who came within a ball of bringing that run to an end in Mackay.  India skipper @M_Raj03 wants to take the positives from the second #AUSvIND ODI, which her side lost on the final ball. Indian skipper Mithali Raj sounded confident and picked up the positives from India's defeat. She asserted that there was more to come from her unit, who ran the formidable hosts close in the second encounter. With crucial points on offer in the context of the multi-format series, the stakes are still high for both sides.  In a match that will be remembered for ages, Australia came out on top in a final-ball thriller. India believed they had won the contest, but Jhulan Goswami's delivery was adjudged to be a no-ball, and Australia needed two to win off the final delivery. Beth Mooney was the star of the chase with her unbeaten 125, as Australia took a 2-0 lead in the series and kept the hosts winning streak alive in the 50-over format.  Earlier in the contest, Smriti Mandhana's classy 86 helped the visitors post 274/7 on the board. Richa Ghosh also impressed with her 50-ball 44.  Mithali Raj (India captain): "It was a great game played by both the teams, was thinking it was around 550 runs today. The batting department has done really well. [The no-ball] For me it was quite a nervous last ball because anything could have happened, we didn't expect a no-ball but it's part of the game and we were all on the edge of our seats. We will continue to put up the show we did today." Meg Lanning (Australia captain): "It was pretty stressful watching, but looked like Moons and Nic had it under control, to be honest. We lost those early wickets, which wasn't ideal but there was some early movement and thought India bowled extremely well. The way the game finished was quite incredible. We feel like we have that depth in our batting and bowling, and we've seen that in the first two games. Moons going up to opening with Rach out showed our versatility and nice to scrape our way to victory. Both sides had their moments then that last over had it all."

for sale on online marketplace sites as well as conducting sales from inside the house, the sheriff’s office said. The investigation showed that these items had been stolen from local Lowe`s and Home Depot stores within Cabarrus County and the surrounding area, investigators said. During a search of the home on Thursday, Sept. 16, thousands of new in-box items were found. “The basement was nearly entirely filled with stolen products. There was a ‘slide’ built to assist in moving products into the basement. Upstairs rooms were stacked floor to ceiling with diapers and other new merchandise throughout the house. It took approximately 50 people with the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office and various retailers over 12 hours to move and inventory all the merchandise.  Approximately $400,000 of stolen merchandise was recovered from the residence,” the CCSO explained. Both Bonifacio Silvas and Irma Hernandez were charged with continuing a criminal enterprise, three counts of organized retail theft >$1,500, three counts of organized retail theft >$20,000, felony possession of stolen goods and three counts of misdemeanor possession of stolen goods.