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Stories from Saturday, February 17, 2007

Being consistent aim of review (02/17/07)
In an effort to be consistent in academic policies and procedures, a special committee of educators and parents will be formed to review practices at Greencastle High School. Some challenges have been raised recently on how academic honors and awards are decided at the high school, prompting the Greencastle School Board to seek the policy review...
Town takes steps for recreation (02/17/07)
The Bainbridge Town Council made quick work of the resolutions for a new community park located just north of town during Wednesday's council meeting. The council has been working with the park board since November to create a new park on the north side of town. Town Clerk-Treasurer Jason Hartman told the BannerGraphic the property is located on the west side of County Road 200 East (the Bainbridge Roachdale Road) and just north of the last house within the town limits...
Buyer being pursued for former grocery store (02/17/07)
Officials with Marsh Supermarkets, owners of the former Greencastle Lobill Foods store, say they are continuing to entertain offers to buy the building located at 1033 Indianapolis Rd. Lennie Hayes, with the company's headquarters in Indianapolis, told the BannerGraphic via e-mail Thursday that Marsh has received several offers to buy the building but has not accepted any of them...
Pingleton advances at state (02/17/07)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The first round of the Indiana High School Athletic Association State Wrestling Fnals got underway Friday night at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, with two members of the Greencastle Tiger Cub wrestling team looking to advance to the big dance on Saturday...
Owen Valley hands 16th loss to South Putnam (02/17/07)
SPENCER -- The weather played havoc with the South Putnam High School boys' basketball team all week. Missing a few days in the middle of the week caused the squad to miss a few practices and coach Brian Gardner thought he saw the result of that Friday when his team was soundly defeated on the road by Owen Valley, 81-42...
Greencastle boys breeze by Southmont, 71-55 (02/17/07)
NEW MARKET -- It's always difficult to gauge how well a basketball team will perform when its preparation is limited because of external circumstances. This week's wintry blast didn't allow Troy Greenlee's Greencastle varsity boys' basketball club to get in much practice for its non-conference match up with Southmont Friday evening, but the lack of a structured tune-up didn't affect the Tiger Cubs in the least, as they came out firing on all cylinders en route to an easy 71-55 victory over the Mounties.. ...
Cloverdale comes from behind to take out Rockville (02/17/07)
ROCKVILLE - The Cloverdale Clovers boys' basketball team traveled to Rockville Friday night, looking forward to battling the Rox in the "Rock-a-Dome" and hoping to improve their season record to 13-5. The Clovers had not played a game since a 80-79 West Central Conference win against Speedway on Feb. 2, and because of the weather and the school closings this past week, Cloverdale had not had a full practice in eight days...
Robert Herman Bonness (02/17/07)
July 9, 1933-Feb. 15, 2007 Robert Herman Bonness, 73, Gosport, died Thursday in Greencastle. Born in Lasalle, Ill., he was the son of Herman Albert and Edythe (Asher) Bonness. A 1951 graduate of Gosport High School, he attended Purdue University before joining the U.S. Army. He was a farmer in the Gosport area for more than 40 years, and was a member of Gosport Baptist Church...