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Stories from Monday, October 30, 2006

Retail growth in works on city's East Side (10/30/06)
The early stages of planning for a new shopping center on Greencastle's Eastside have begun with an Arizona-based development company expressing interest in the property. Officials with the Sandor Development Company of Scottsdale, Ariz. have acquired the option to buy approximately 25-30 acres of land just east of the Wal-Mart supercenter to construct a new retail center...
Hamilton urges more discussion about Mideast (10/30/06)
While the main topic of conversation was Iraq Thursday, former U.S. congressman Lee Hamilton also took time to mull over the nuclear issues involving both Iran and North Korea. Hamilton kicked off the 2006 DePauw Discourse Thursday with "How Deep is America's Crisis?"...
Times revisited for trick-or-treat (10/30/06)
The following Trick-or-Treat hours and special Halloween activities for local communities have been announced: Red Cross has 13 tips for safe trick-or-treating The American Red Cross Putnam County Unit wants to remind all who will take part in Halloween festivities there are 13 reminder tips...
Voting for TGL ongoing on YouTube.com (10/30/06)
The voting process has started for TGL, a rock-outfit composed of four Greencastle High School graduates. The group of Zach Stewart on bass, John Sibbitt on guitar and vocals, Jake Berry on guitars, and Will Cath on drums recently entered the "YouTube.com Under-ground Contest," and is now seeking support from Putnam County residents to win...
DPU volleyball takes down Defiance (10/30/06)
The DPU volleyball team improved to 17-12 on the season on a 3-1 match victory over Defiance at home Saturday. The Tigers won the match 30-11, 27-30, 30-22, 30-21. Kim Hamer led DePauw with 18 kills, and Loren Slone had 14. Sherise Denny tallied three aces in the match, and Hannah Cheesman led the Tigers with 26 digs...
Tigers get tight road win over Colonels in SCAC men's soccer action (10/30/06)
DANVILLE, Ky. -- The DePauw University men's soccer team improved to 9-7 overall and 4-3 in the Southern Collegiate athletic Conference with a 2-1 victory at Centre Saturday. The Colonels fell to 10-4-1 overall with the loss and 4-3 in the SCAC. DePauw's win guaranteed the Tigers their 25th consecutive season at .500 or better...
DePauw women earn conference victory on soccer field Saturday (10/30/06)
DANVILLE, Ky. -- Mary Beth Robinson scored on goal in each half of the DePauw University women's soccer team's 2-0 conference win at Centre Saturday. The Tigers moved to 10-4 overall and 5-2 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference with the victory while the Colonels fell to 12-5 for the season and 4-3 in the SCAC...
DePauw falls to Colonels on gridiron (10/30/06)
DANVILLE, Ky. -- DePauw University's football team came close to earning a win at Centre Saturday but couldn't seal the deal. DePauw rallied from an eight-point third-quarter deficit with 11 straight points, but the Colonels scored with 59 seconds remaining to take a 28-24 win in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference match-up...
Clovers drop regional opener (10/30/06)
MITCHELL -- The Cloverdale High School volleyball team's quest for a Class 2A regional championship came to an end Saturday afternoon as it fell to the Mitchell Bluejackets in five games in the first round of the Mitchell Regional. The first game's action was a seesaw battle with both teams keeping pace with each other until midway through the contest when Mitchell managed to build an 18-13 lead...
Weatherford finishes 20th at state finals (10/30/06)
TERRE HAUTE -- Sometimes the toughest expectations to meet are those we set for ourselves. No one understands that more than Greencastle runner Andy Weatherford, who finished 20th at Saturday's IHSAA cross country championship meet at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course in Terre Haute...
Collins ties for seventh in Nationwide event (10/30/06)
MIAMI -- Cloverdale High School graduate Chad Collins finished tied for seventh place at the end of the Nationwide tour's Muccosukee Championship Sunday. Collins, who was tied for third at the end of play Friday, shot a three-over round of 74 Sunday to slip to seventh with a four-day total score of 274...
Sherry F. Rowe (10/30/06)
June 23, 1950-Oct. 29, 2006 Sherry Faith Rowe, 56, Fishers, died Sundy at St. Vincent Hospice. Born in Marion County, she was the daughter of Robert L. and Dorothy M. Miller A 1969 graduate of Arlington High School, she was a member of Fillmore Methodist Church and had worked as a shipping and receiving manager at Integral Technical in Indianapolis...