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Stories from Thursday, September 14, 2006

Council wants residents to clean up their acts ... or at least their property (09/14/06)
Clean up notices and past due accounts were the main topics of conversation for the Roachdale Town Council Tuesday night. Council members Bill Long, Jack Jones, and Barbara Scott read through a list consisting of 18 names and addresses where the property owners were in violation of the town's public nuisance ordinance...
Final approval granted for water, sewer increase (09/14/06)
Greencastle residents will notice a change when they go to pay their water and sewer bills next month. Following a decision by the Greencastle City Council Tuesday night, water rates are headed up 47 percent and sewer rates are set to increase by 15 percent...
Bloated prices give consumpers pump anxiety (09/14/06)
Want to purchase gas at a competitive price? If you're in Greencastle, your best bet is to drive out of town to fill up your tank. At least drive as far as the Groveland BP on U.S. 36, where gas has been priced at $2.29 per gallon for regular unleaded since Saturday...
Resource center unveiled as technological benefit (09/14/06)
By JASON MOON Assistant Editor Equipped with several desks, tables, chairs, conference rooms, 30 Dell computers, three laptops and two Macintosh computers, county residents got an eyeful of the new Knoy Resource Center at Cloverdale High School. The grand opening for the center took place prior to the high school's Homecoming football game against Turkey Run...
Cloverdale businesses get town permission to operate (09/14/06)
Nearly one month after tabling both, the Cloverdale Plan Commission has voted in favor of granting special exceptions to two aspiring town businesses. Both Trivett's Auto Service, 3283 E. SR 42, and Discount Tire, 1 W. Stardust Rd., received permission from the board to continue doing business in Cloverdale...
Dealing with meth labs focus of waste seminar (09/14/06)
Most homeowners are familiar with going to their front yards and picking up trash left by passing motorists. Similarly, community groups like the Boy Scouts can be seen clearing debris from roadside ditches. Very few of these groups, however, are aware of the danger that can exist in doing these seemingly routine tasks...
Notice -- Sept. 13, 2006 (09/14/06)
Sharon (Carrier) Shaw, 55, Greencastle, died Tues-day at St. Vincent Hospital. Arrangements are pending at Whitaker Funeral Home, Cloverdale.
Feb. 15, 1930-Sept. 8, 2006 (09/14/06)
Helen L. McGraw-Kendall, 76, Niles, Mich., died Friday at her residence. Born at Greencastle, she was the daughter of Thomas and Hazel Gorham. She had resided in Niles, Mich., for 50 years, moving from Greencastle. She was a member of Church of God Full Gospel and Moose Lodge 413...
Sept. 8, 1909-Sept. 6, 2006 (09/14/06)
Thelma B. Liechty, 97, Clay City, died Sept. 6 at Mill Pond Health Campus, Greencastle. Born in Clay County, she was the daughter of John and Clara (Krieble) Weatherwax. A 1927 graduate of Clay City High School, she was a member of Beech United Methodist Church as a young woman and New Hope Baptist Church for the rest of her life...
May 7, 1957-Sept. 11, 2006 (09/14/06)
Douglas K. Bullerdick, 49, Indianapolis, died Monday at his residence. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Kenneth I. and Rosemary (Parrish) Bullerdick. A 1975 graduate of Greencastle High School, he received a degree from ITT. He was a quality control supervisor with Kroger Corp. at the Shelbyville corporate office for 30 years...
May 21, 1951-Sept. 12, 2006 (09/14/06)
Sharon L. Shaw, 55, Greencastle, died Tuesday at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Born in Chicago, she was the daughter of Robert Barrett and Georgia Anna (Bales) Carrier. She was employed in the food service department at DePauw University. She married Allan E. Shaw in October 1977. He survives...
May 7, 1943-Sept. 12, 2006 (09/14/06)
Dale Keith Williams, 63, Greencastle, died Tuesday. Born in Greencastle, he had served in the National Guard and was a member of Moose Lodge 1592 and Eagles Lodge 4388. Surviving are his wife, Karen Williams; son Dale Kary Williams and wife Brandie; daughter Kimberly Patrick; three sisters, Garnett Gorham, Peggy Phillips and Diane McClure and husband Bill; brothers Max Williams and wife Helen and Ray Williams and wife Lillian; and five grandchildren, two stepgrandchildren, and several nieces, nephews and other relatives.. ...
Notice -- Sept. 13, 2006 (09/14/06)
Doug Bullerdick, 49, Indianapolis, died Monday. Arrangements are pending at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home, Greeencastle.