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Stories from Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Park officials condemn beaver dam (01/10/07)
A chilly wind whipped across the lake at Greencastle's Jaycee Park Tuesday morning. Park employee Dave Bault stood precariously on the lake's earthen dam, tightening the straps of his camouflaged hip waders and preparing to enter the frigid water...
Plant's water issues raise zoning concerns (01/10/07)
New water requirements for Altra Indiana LLC Ethanol Plant in Cloverdale spouted concerns during the county Board of Zoning Appeals Monday meeting. Rich Goudie and Loren Francis from Altra Indiana LLC Ethanol Plant informed the board during the meeting about an update of the plant's well sites and modify the zoning requirements for these sites...
Busy as a ... natural lumberjack (01/10/07)
Nature's lumberjack has several unique characteristics that make it adept for survival in local Indiana waters. "These 'engineers of the wilderness' are best known for their abilities to cut down trees and construct dams," according to the Division of Fish and Wildlife of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) website...
Subway making move to smoke-free zone (01/10/07)
Citing a desire to provide a smoke-free restaurant in Cloverdale, the co-owners of the Cloverdale Travel Plaza have approached the Cloverdale Plan Commission with the hope of moving the Subway out of the building. The owners approached the board recently with plans to move the deli restaurant out of the travel plaza to its own building near U.S. 231...
News Briefs (01/10/07)
News briefs MLK Day event DePauw University will host a Martin Luther King Day Convocation from noon-4 p.m. Monday in Lilly Center. The event will feature Lee MunWah of StirFry Seminars, who will present the workshop "An Unfinished Conversation." Participants will view a short film and then dialogue together in small groups...
GHS girls fall to Mooresville (01/10/07)
MOORESVILLE -- Greencastle High School's girls' basketball team can't catch a break. Just days after earning its first victory of the year, Greencastle suffered a loss to Mooresville on the road Tuesday. The Tiger Cubs dropped a 67-37 decision to the Pioneers despite keeping the game close in the first period...
Milner to join Indiana basketball elite (01/10/07)
In two months, Gene Milner will join the immortals of Indiana basketball. The Greencastle resident will be inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in March. Milner, whose career in basketball spans nearly 50 years, said that learning that he was going to be inducted into the hall was something he could never have predicted...
CMS 7th, 8th-graders fall to Bulldogs (01/10/07)
The Cloverdale boys seventh and eighth-grade basketball teams faced off against Monrovia this past Monday with the seventh-grade falling to the bulldogs in a close contest, 30-28. The eighth-grade squad didn't fare any better falling to Monrovia, 40-30 at home...
Wayne E. Snyder (01/10/07)
Feb. 4, 1934-Jan. 9, 2007 Wayne E. Snyder, 72, Cataract, died Tuesday at his residence. Born in Carp, he was the son of Aurel Eugene and Beulah Beatrice (Winkle-pleck) Snyder. He was the owner and operator of the Cataract General Store and had owned and operated the Millgrove General Store. He was a member of Cataract Missionary Baptist Church, Cloverdale Masonic Lodge, past master of Quincy Lodge 655, Terre Haute Valley of Scottish Rite, and was first chief of the Cataract Volunteer Fire Dept...
Mary Louise Miller (01/10/07)
Mary Louise Miller, 97, Greencastle, died Tuesday. Funeral arrangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home, Greencastle.