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Stories from Wednesday, May 10, 2006

GHS team wins title for school (05/10/06)
Greencastle High School's Academic Superbowl teams continued a winning tradition during weekend competition. After qualifying for the state competition at the Area Superbowl in April, the Social Studies, English and Interdisciplinary teams competed May 6 at Purdue University with teams from all over the state in Class 3...
Fennell selected for GCSC board (05/10/06)
A new member will be seated on the Greencastle School Board following a vote of the Greencastle City Council on Tuesday. Monica Fennell was selected to replace two-term member Barbara Bryan as the council's representative to the appointed school board...
Town sets up new fund (05/10/06)
Less than one year after voting down the issue, the Cloverdale Town Council took an abrupt turn at its Tuesday meeting. The council voted by a 5-0 vote to approve town ordinance 2006-4, establishing a Cumulative Capital Development Fund, pending approval of the Department of Local Government Finance...
Utility rate hike questioned (05/10/06)
A proposed increase in utility rates for City of Greencastle customers prompted a former mayor to express concerns Tuesday about an estimated 57 percent increase in water bills. "Word on the street is we need an explanation of what you have to do and why," Bob Albright told Mayor Nancy Michael and the Greencastle City Council during their regular monthly meeting. "You need to know how some of us feel."...
Aug. 26, 1950-May 10, 2006 (05/10/06)
Thomas R. Morrical, 55, North Salem, died at his home Wednesday. Born in Hartford City, he was the son of Charles Thomas and Helen L. (Brewster) Morrical. He worked in sales at Indiana Truck Sales. Surviving are his wife, Kathy Morrical; daughters Michele Hygema, Indianapolis, and Melissa Dionne, Bainbridge; four sisters, Linda Anderson, Cincinnati, Diane Ottosson, Iowa, Jane Barnhart, North Salem, and Nancy Morrical, Iowa; a brother, North Salem; and a grandchild...
Jan. 24, 1981-May 9, 2006 (05/10/06)
Joel Stephen Brown, 24, Roachdale, died Tuesday at his residence. Born in Chattanooga, Tenn., he was the son of Rev. John Stephen Brown and Tina Marie (Clawson) Brown. He was a mason's assistant, and had graduated in May 1999 from Grace Christian Academy...
Aug. 24, 1940-May 2, 2006 (05/10/06)
William H. McCrady, 65, Vancouver, Wash., died May 2. Born in Seattle, he served in the U.S. Air Force and was a pilot for Northwest Airlines. Surviving are his daughter Molly M. Huettl, Bend, Ore.; a sister, Jean M. Bowen and husband Rev. Paul, Greencastle; and two grandchildren...
Aug. 24, 1940-May 2, 2006 (05/10/06)
William H. McCrady, 65, Vancouver, Wash., died May 2. Born in Seattle, he served in the U.S. Air Force and was a pilot for Northwest Airlines. Surviving are his daughter Molly M. Huettl, Bend, Ore.; a sister, Jean M. Bowen and husband Rev. Paul, Greencastle; and two grandchildren...
May 4, 1950-May 7, 2006 (05/10/06)
Bill "Billy" Phillips, 56, Reelsville, died at 8:49 p.m. Sunday at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Born in Madison County, Mo., he was the son of James and Flora (Acuff) Phillips. He had worked for several businesses around Brazil and Danville, Ill., most recently at Great Dane Trailers, as well as bartending and managing Hunter's Lounge with his wife. He was a member of Eagles Lodge 274, Moose Lodge 780, and Sons of the American Legion Post 2...