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Stories from Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Snow warning continues (02/13/07)
The Groundhog may have recently predicted an early spring, but winter is still upon Putnam County, with more snow on the way. As of 7 a.m. Tuesday, three inches of new snow accumulation was recorded in the Greencastle area by official weather observer Peggy Torr. But the National Weather Service is predicting more snow on the way, with sleet, accumulating 4-9 inches...
Cloverdale steps back on project (02/13/07)
In December, the Cloverdale Community School Corp. board unanimously voted in favor of a proposal provided by Odle, McGuire and Shook, Indianapolis, calling for upgrades for athletic facilities in addition to improved security measures at the corporation's three school buildings...
Fillmore hears word on waste (02/13/07)
The plans for a new sewer plant for the town of Fillmore are in the works following Saturday's town council meeting. Jon Handy from JDH Engineering informed the Fillmore Town Council Saturday that it was possible for the town to have its own sewer plant. An in-house plant would lower residential sewer bills to $56-$58 a month...
United Way of Putnam County to celebrate 40th anniversary (02/13/07)
The United Way of Putnam County will celebrate its 40th Anniversary on Feb. 17. The United Way, along with its sponsor DePauw University, will host its Annual Meeting and Dinner at the Walden Inn and Conference Center. The organization will also take this opportunity to recognize the founding Board of Directors and Members of the United Way of Putnam County. Honored guests will include Harry Moore, Jim Poor and Richard Sunkel...
Heading into weekend, DPU tied for SCAC lead (02/13/07)
The DePauw University men's basketball team is in a comfortable position heading into this weekend. The Tigers are 19-4 overall and 10-2 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, tied for first with Centre. Millsaps is one-half game out at 10-3...
Tigers set for big weekend (02/13/07)
Heading into Friday's game with Sewanee, the DePauw University women's basketball team has big things on its mind. The Tigers are 20-3 overall this season, but a loss to Austin College on Sunday dropped DPU to 10-2 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference...
B. Eileen Williams (02/13/07)
Oct. 30, 1909-Feb. 11, 2007 B. Eileen (Scobee) Williams, 97, Greencastle, died Sunday at Asbury Towers. She was the daughter of Daniel Clarence and Katie (Howlett) Scobee. Before retirement, she had been a social worker in Saginaw, Mich., a clerk in the welfare department in White Plains, N.Y., and a clerk in the Scarsdale (N.Y.) National Bank. ...