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Stories from Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Cold temps dangerous for outdoor animals, too (02/06/07)
No matter how long you've lived in Indiana, it would be hard to argue against the fact that it's been downright frigid lately. And with weather forecasters predicting possibly a half foot of snow by this evening, temperatures may continue to fall short of the freezing mark for many days to come...
Mediation offers suit resolution (02/06/07)
A mediation recommendation presented during a Cloverdale Town Council special meeting Wednesday could possibly resolve the lawsuits with Cloverdale Township Volunteer Fire Department. Attorney Darrell Felling presented information about settling the fire department lawsuit to the council during Wednesday's meeting. There are two different lawsuits in this case...
GHS renovation moves ahead (02/06/07)
Students in Greencastle High School do not need the current cold snap to remind them that their classrooms are cold. The lack of air comfort in the school has long been an issue, and the Greencastle School Board on Monday took action to correct the environmental and air quality issues in the building...
Cloverdale playground named by student (02/06/07)
The Cloverdale Civic League recently announced the winner of its "Name the Playground" contest. The league received 73 entries, but the winner was Cloverdale Elementary kindergarten student Kyla Gardner. Gardner had presented the name "The Clover Patch."...
DPU gears up for weekend (02/06/07)
The eighth-ranked DePauw women's basketball team continued its season of domination, defeating Centre, 77-46, Saturday to take them one step closer to a conference championship. DePauw will be on the road to face two conference rivals this week. One of the opponents the Tigers will face this weekend is one of three teams lurking in the shadows ready to take the top spot -- the Hendrix Warriors. The other team they will face this weekend is the Austin Kangaroos...
Tigers look to rebound from loss (02/06/07)
With only four games remaining before the start of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship, the DePauw men's basketball team will look to rebound from a big loss to Centre, 73-41, and build some momentum heading into the post season...
Greencastle boys swim over Tri-West, 131-48 (02/06/07)
On Monday, the Greencastle High School boys' swim team competed in its final tuneup prior to the Putnam County Meet, knocking off visiting Tri-West, 131-48. Greencastle managed to pick up 10 victories in 12 events Monday, paced by a balanced effort...
Doris M. Hedge (02/06/07)
April 21, 1909-Feb. 5, 2007 Doris M. Hedge, 97, Greencastle, died Monday. Born in Owen County, she was the daughter of John L. and Rilla Louise (Rubeck) Anderson. She was a member of First Christian Church, a life member of VFW Auxiliary, past member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Ladies of the Elks...