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Stories from Thursday, December 21, 2006

City to do emergency fix (12/21/06)
For the second time in about a month, problems with the city's sewage system have prompted Greencastle officials to declare an emergency. On Wednesday, the Greencastle Board of Works issued a warning for a section of failing sewer pipe on U.S. 231 South near Putnam County Hospital...
Grants support elementary's technology (12/21/06)
Roachdale Elementary painted a picture of what was going right with the school for the North Putnam School Board. Roachdale Elementary Principal Helen Blubaum informed the board during Tuesday's meeting about what technology the school was able to purchase with a patent grant. Because this grant is a continuous grant, the school has been receiving the money for three years...
Local briefs (12/21/06)
College prep program set Jan. 4 at PCPL A program on how to prepare for a college interview is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 4 at Putnam County Public Library. Keith Sanford, associate director of admissions at DePauw University, and Rebecca Konowicz, senior assistant director of international recruitment, will walk listeners through the "do's and don'ts" of college interviewing...
DePauw men slip past Kenyon (12/21/06)
GAMBIER, Ohio -- The 22nd DePauw Tigers came into their Wednesday afternoon game against the Kenyon Lords expecting to easily handle the 5-5 squad but ended up sneaking away with a victory, 53-52, at Tomsich Arena in Ohio. The victory improved the Tigers to 8-1 for the season...
Tiger women take down Webster (12/21/06)
WEBSTER GROVES, Mo. -- The fifth-ranked DePauw University women's basketball team dismantled and humiliated the Webster Gorloks, 94-51. DePauw opened the game on a 25-0 run to grab a commanding lead and dominate the Gorlacks from the beginning. Four players scored in double figures for DePauw...
Leona Raymer (12/21/06)
April 14, 1943-Dec. 20, 2006 Leona Raymer, 63, Quincy, died Wednesday at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. She was born in Colorado, and she worked as a paralegal for Charles Edwards and Michael Bonnell law offices. She was a member of the Mill Grove United Methodist Church and the Methodist women's aid, and the Owen County Garden Club...