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Stories from Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Mock incident to test safety (10/11/06)
With the cooperation of Operation Life, the Greencastle Community School Corp. will conduct a mock incident next semester. Operation Life representative Jenny Lien approached the Putnam County Safe Schools Committee during its monthly meeting Thursday to discuss the event. She also expressed a desire to conduct other mock incidents at the remaining three county schools in the future...
Council nixes own raise, ups mayor's (10/11/06)
Expressing their desire to see the mayor get the same 2.5 percent pay raise as her employees at city hall, members of the Greencastle City Council voted Tuesday night to forgo their own $374 raises proposed for next year. It was suggested, according to the salary ordinance, that Greencastle Mayor Nancy Michael and City Clerk-Treasurer Teresa Glenn each be paid a salary of $45,623 next year and council members receive $4,994 apiece...
Cloverdale may see Channel 1 (10/11/06)
Channel One could be coming to a Cloverdale Middle School classroom soon. At the Cloverdale Community School Corp. school board meeting Monday, elementary/middle school media specialist Jeremy Simpson and middle school principal Jeff Brookshire proposed the middle school enter into a partnership with Direct TV and Channel One Communications Corporation...
Clovers take down Mounties in volleyball (10/11/06)
NEW MARKET -- Cloverdale High School's varsity volleyball team defeated Southmont on the road Tuesday in three games. The Clovers came out on top 25-12, 25-20, 25-17 to improve their season record to 12-14. Amber Curtis led Cloverdale from the service line, finishing with 11 points and four aces. Heather Moon tallied eight points and one ace while Stehpanie Tutterow had six points, and Ashley Arnold had five points and two aces...
Greencstle girls win first-round match (10/11/06)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Greencastle Tiger Cubs' girls' soccer team advanced to the second round of the Terre Haute South Sectional with a 5-0 win over South Vermillion Tuesday. "The girls played exceptionally well (Tuesday)," Greencastle coach Maurice McKee said after the match. "It was a very well-played game on our part. We had a lot of good passing, the girls were fired up, and we got off to a really good start."...
GHS girls fall to Danville in soccer (10/11/06)
Cloverdale and South Putnam will both send their girls' cross country teams to regional competition on Saturday after they finished in the top five of the South Putnam sectional Tuesday. Plainfield was the top team in the competition, followed by Brownsburg and Avon. Cloverdale collected 118 points for fourth place, followed by South Putnam in fifth with 136 points...
GHS boys advance to regional (10/11/06)
Greencastle High School will send its boys' cross country team to regional competition Saturday after being the only Putnam County team to place in the top five of the South Putnam sectional Tuesday. GHS's Andy Weatherford won his fourth sectional title, racing through the 5,000-meter course in 15 minutes, 52 seconds. ...
Feb. 21, 1939-Oct. 10, 2006 (10/11/06)
Paul T. "Tom" Hodges, 67, Cloverdale, died Tuesday at his residence. Born in Sumner County, Tenn., he was the son of Clarence Bethel and Margaret Eugenia (Pryor) Hodges. He married Lula Gaye (Christian) Hodges Oct. 7, 1956, and she survives. He was a water proofer and a member of Coatesville Primitive Baptist Church...