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Stories from Friday, April 28, 2006

Water rate increase said too high (04/28/06)
For the first time since learning that a recent study suggested the city must raise its monthly water rates for customers by 57 percent, city officials are speaking out about the proposal. During a lightly attended meeting at the Greencastle water plant Wednesday night, representatives from the City Council and Board of Works discussed alternatives to a 57-percent water and 20-percent sewer rate increase that was suggested to them by Indianapolis research firm Crowe-Chizek...
Cook Lumber donates time, effort for bridge (04/28/06)
Through many donations, a portion of a project to replace a destroyed covered bridge in Parke County could be finished by the end of this week. Logging crews from the C.C. Cook and Son Lumber Co., Reelsville, have been cutting down 126 tulip poplar trees in the Greene-Sullivan State Forest and hauling them to Bridgeton to begin rebuilding a covered bridge that was destroyed by arson last year...
DePauw graduate honors mother as advocate for American Cancer Society (04/28/06)
To remember her mother, Tricia Cooksey may only need to look in the mirror. A teacher at Bloomington South High School, Barbara Cooksey spent her life helping others succeed. Although she worked hard to see that her students did well in life, it was her daughters who she pushed the most...
Prosecutor to speak at PCMHA annual meeting (04/28/06)
For a half-hour on Monday, Tim Bookwalter hopes he has everyone's undivided attention. The Putnam County Prosecutor will speak at the Putnam County Mental Health Association's annual membership meeting and award ceremony, which is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. in the Kiwanis Room at the Putnam County Public Library...