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Stories from Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Council approves new floor covering to dress up city hall (12/13/06)
With Christmas less than two weeks away, members of the Greencastle City Council seemed more than willing Tuesday night to treat the feet of city employees. A majority of council members approved a request by Greencastle Mayor Nancy Michael to buy new carpet for city hall because the current rug is beginning to show its age...
Cloverdale faces sewer rate hike (12/13/06)
Because bids for Cloverdale's soon-to-be wastewater facility came in higher than the town believed they would, residents of the town could be facing another increase in sewer rates in January. At Tuesday's meeting, the council voted in favor of amending ordinance 2006-5, which called for the fixing of rates and charges to be collected by the town from property owners served by the sewage works...
Video demonstrating Area 30 student creativity (12/13/06)
Aliens from Area 51 recently invaded the Area 30 Career Center. At least that's what the video depicted. Several students in Jon Tesmer's Area 30 Career Center 3D Animation class were recently approached by center officials to create a promotional video for Area 30...
Cloverdale beats Clay City (12/13/06)
CLAY CITY -- For the second game in a row, the Cloverdale High School varsity boys' basketball team found itself in a tight contest. But unlike the Clovers' loss to Greencastle Friday, Tuesday's game at Clay City saw CHS come away with the victory...
NPHS wrestlers fall to Bruins (12/13/06)
The Cougars' wrestling team fell Tuesday night to the Tri-West Bruins, 61-15, at home in a contest that went beyond the numbers. "We had some kids out sick," coach Kenny Kerns said after the meet. " But that doesn't take away from how well Tri-West wrestled."...
Greencastle girls dominate Wildcats at home (12/13/06)
On Tuesday, the Greencastle girls' swimming squad picked up another victory, ousting South Vermillion, 129-54. "We had a very solid meet," GHS coach Emilie Bowman said. "There were many best times and some great swims." The Tiger Sharks won 10 of 12 events in the victory, and were paced by by all-around team effort...
Girls' Basketball Roundup (12/13/06)
South Putnam High School's varsity girls' basketball team dropped its fourth game in a row Tuesday at home, falling to Owen Valley, 80-53, despite three SPHS players scoring in double figures. Bailey Birt and C.J. Searles each scored 14 points for South Putnam and Meghan Canary added 13, but the Eagles just didn't have an answer for Sam Stahl of Owen Valley. Stahl scorched the Eagles for 25 points, connecting on 10 field goals and shooting 4-of-5 at the free throw line...
Alma M. Bridges (12/13/06)
May 24, 1928-Dec. 11, 2006 Alma M. Wood Daugherty Bridges, 78, Indianapolis, died Monday at her residence. Born in Wadesboro, La., she was the daughter of Ben and Octivia (Lavagine) Wood. She was employed for 10 years by Jenn Air Corp. on the assembly line...
Margaret Kendall (12/13/06)
Oct. 9, 1930-Dec. 12, 2006 Margaret B. Kendall, 76, Greencastle, died Tuesday. Born in Beaver Dam, Ky., she was the daughter of Aisie and Mabel (Tatum) Hill. She was a member of Hanna Street Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband of 14 years, Wilbur C. ...