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Stories from Friday, February 2, 2007

Crowd turns out to discuss REX pipeline (02/02/07)
A crowd of about 100 local residents and landowners whose properties are in the path of a proposed cross-country pipeline attended a meeting Thursday night to find out the latest on the project and glean tips for dealing with what most see as an inevitable situation...
Cloverdale debates new radio equipment for fire department (02/02/07)
Members of the Cloverdale Town Council failed to come to an agreement this week concerning new radios for the town's fire department, leaving the assistant fire chief concerned for his firefighters' safety. At issue was the council's decision last December to purchase new radios for the department, apparently unaware of a federal grant received by the county for the same purpose...
City needs new site for recycling center (02/02/07)
The future of the Greencastle Yardwaste Recycling Center is a bit uncertain these days. With Ivy Tech planning to construct a new campus on the same property, possibly as early as next year, recycling officials are in search of a new location. Jane Collisi, director of the West Central Solid Waste District -- the agency that oversees recycling centers in Greencastle, Cloverdale and Roachdale -- said the district has its eyes on two possible locations...
NPHS girls slip by Eagles (02/02/07)
Sport Writer The match-up between the South Putnam Eagles girls' basketball team and the Cougars from North Putnam produced a nail biter that went down to the wire. North Putnam ultimately won, 37-34, but not before some last-minute heroics from the Eagles...
CHS boys tie for WCC (02/02/07)
For The Banner Graphic CLOVERDALE -- "This was a super night for Cloverdale basketball," stated Coach Pat Rady after the Clover boys defeated Speedway Friday night, 80-79.   In a game delayed nearly an hour because of the historic double-overtime victory by the Lady Clovers, who wrapped up their first-ever conference championship, Cloverdale was able to overcome a tremendous effort by Speedway's Tyler Dial to take their own piece of the WCC crown...
GHS boys get share of WCC (02/02/07)
Assistant Editor MONROVIA -- A combination of patience, a hot start and deadly accuracy led the Greencastle High School boys' basketball team to its ninth win of the season on Friday, a 72-56 shallacking of Monrovia on the road. The deadly accuracy came courtesy of junior Zac Remsburg, who finished with 24 points off the bench...
Cloverdale girls earn share of conference title (02/02/07)
For the BannerGraphic CLOVERDALE -- On Friday, the Cloverdale High School girls' varsity basketball team hosted West Central Conference rival Speedway in the final regular season game before the postseason begins at Cascade next week. The Clovers managed to create history Friday as they knocked off the Sparkplugs, 87-82, in double overtime, earning a share of the West Central Conference title...
North Putnam boys knock off South Putnam (02/02/07)
Sports Writer North Putnam's boys' basketball team stormed into South Putnam Friday and handed the Eagles a their ninth straight loss, 53-33. Turnovers were a big factor in the Eagles' defeat and coach Brian Gardner addressed that after the game...
GHS girls fall in season finale (02/02/07)
Assistant Editor MONROVIA -- Turnovers proved costly for the Greencastle High School girls' basketball team Friday. The Tiger Cubs committed 29 turnovers, including five straight to begin the third period, en route to a 55-29 loss to the Monrovia Bulldogs...
Bettye Sue Pierce (02/02/07)
July 28, 1927-Feb. 1, 2007 Bettye Sue Pierce, 79, Indianapolis, died Thursday at Clarian West Medical Center. Born in Howesville, Ky., she was the daughter of James R. and Charlotte (Badger) Mayfield. She had been an administrative assistant at Sears, retiring in 1984 after 15 years. She was a member of Chapel Rock Christian Church and Red Hat Society...