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Stories from Monday, August 14, 2006

County fire departments set up new alarm system (08/14/06)
In a house fire, every second counts. That's why changes in the way fire departments are dispatched have been made. When a building fire was called in to dispatch in the past, the fire department in that area was sent out. Upon their arrival, the firefighter who took command of the scene had to notify dispatchers if any other fire departments needed to be sent out as well...
Debate flows over town's water bills (08/14/06)
Problems with the town's water bills and ledger continued to plague the Russellville Town Council during its monthly meeting last Thursday night. President Sally Spencer McAfee told council members Jim Rodgers and Scot Bushong that Clerk-Trearsurer Kay Smith would not turn over the water ledgers after being asked repeatedly to do so...
Big Buzz (08/14/06)
The thought of a bomb landing in the heart of a residential community would send people in most American cities running for cover. But that wasn't the case in Greencastle over the weekend when curious onlookers flocked to the heart of downtown to watch the city's nationally-known relic of World War II returned to its perch on the courthouse lawn...
Sept. 24, 1914-July 6, 2006 (08/14/06)
Carol Goodenough Roberts, 91, Three Lakes, Wis., formerly of Greencastle, died on July 6, at Howard Young Medical Center. Born in Louisville, Ill., she was the daughter of Albert and Edna Goodenough. She lived in Greencastle and Three Lakes most of her life...
May 7, 1949-Aug. 12, 2006 (08/14/06)
Brenda C. Haberle, 57, Greencastle, died Saturday at her residence. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Charles G. and Virginia (Dean) Brann. On Aug. 1, 1975, she married Robert Haberle. He survives. A 1967 graduate of Greencastle High School, she was a loan officer at Citi Financial Bank for 13 years. She was also a member of the New Life Baptist Church, Greencastle...
July 3, 1930-Aug. 12, 2006 (08/14/06)
William Thomas Crane, 76, Reelsville, died Saturday at the Harborside Health Center, Terre Haute. Born in Montgomery County, he was the son of Crawford W. and Velma (Hargis) Crane. He worked as a truck driver for Schwerman Trucking for 38 years, retiring in July 1992...