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Stories from Thursday, January 4, 2007

Big mess: Back-up leaves church praying for solution (01/04/07)
The weathered pews stood empty at Family of God Church in Roachdale Tuesday afternoon. Sounds of gospel music and old-fashioned preaching were replaced by the smell of sewage that seemed to fill every corner of the little church on North Walnut Street...
One hospitalized after West Walnut accident (01/04/07)
A Wednesday morning accident sent a Greencastle man to the hospital, while leaving power lines down west of the city. Putnam County Sheriff's Deputy Mike Johnson told the BannerGraphic that Shem A. Rees, 31, Greencastle, driving a 1991 Chevy S10, was traveling westbound on County Road 125 South when he hit a patch of ice just east of the Madison Township Volunteer Fire Department's station...
Tigers hit the road for SCAC action (01/04/07)
After dropping the championship game in the Tampa Bay Shootout last weekend, the DePauw University men's basketball team is ready to get back on track. The Tigers will face a pair of Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference foes on the road this weekend, taking on Sewanee Friday before heading to Oglethorpe Sunday...
DPU women to face conference foes (01/04/07)
The 11-1 fifth-ranked DePauw women's basketball team, riding a 10-game winning streak, will travel to Chattanooga to face the Sewanee Tigers Friday at 6 p.m. Depauw's leading scorer Liz Bondi, who was the tournament MVP, continues to lead the Tigers toward the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship with a per game average of 15.6 points while also leading the team in rebounds...
Otto LeRoy Kiger (01/04/07)
Aug. 19, 1941-Jan. 2, 2007 Otto LeRoy Kiger, Prairieton, 65, died Tuesday morning at his residence. Born in Hattiesburg, Miss., he was the son of Otto Thomas and Isabelle (Trozel) Kiger. He was a longtime member of Sheet Metal Workers Union 20, having worked at the former Braden Manufacturing in Terre Haute. He was a member of Laborers Local 204, retiring as a mechanic for the Terre Haute Street Department...
Peggy Ann Phillips (01/04/07)
Dec. 13-1936-Dec. 30, 2006 Peggy Ann Phillips, 70, Beech Grove, died Saturday. She was born in Greencastle. Surviving are daughters Leanne Singh, and Lori Hill and husband Chuck; brothers Max Williams and wife Helen, and Ray Williams and wife Lillian; sisters Garnett Gorham, and Diane McCur and husband Bill; and three grandchildren...
Garrett Terhune (01/04/07)
Jan. 8, 1928-Jan. 3, 2007 Garrett Dale Terhune, 78, Greencastle, died Wednesday morning at Autumn Glen. Born at Jasonville, he was the son of Newton Dean and Olive P. (Larr) Terhune. A 1947 graduate of Midland High School, he was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He had been a millwright and machine repairman at Allison in Indianapolis for 39 years, retiring in 1990. He had also farmed. He was a member of United Autoworkers Union and Clinton Falls Community Church...
Barbara J. Trimble (01/04/07)
Jan. 1, 1942-Jan. 2, 2007 Barbara J. Trimble, 65, Cloverdale, died Tuesday at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. Born in Paris, Tenn., she was the daughter of Vernon Walter Whitfield and Virginia Louise (Newell) Newel. She had been an Avon sales representative and a member of the Red Hat Society...
Ruth Wiegand (01/04/07)
May 7, 1915-Jan. 3, 2007 Ruth Wiegand, 91, Cloverdale, died Wednes-day at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. Born at Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Frank and Jessie Mae (Metzger) Wills. A housewife, she had been employed at Mallory in Indianapolis, Old Trail Inn and Cloverdale IGA...