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Stories from Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Bottoms: Race not factor for Delta Zeta (03/13/07)
Race did not play a factor in the eviction of 23 women from a DePauw University sorority house last December, according to officials on both sides of the issue Monday. DePauw President Robert Bottoms said during Monday's press conference that he does not believe Delta Zeta officials engaged in racial discrimination against students when asking them to leave the campus house...
Town still looking for sewer fix (03/13/07)
The possibility of Fillmore having its own wastewater treatment facility continued to move forward slowly under heavy advisement during the town council's Saturday meeting. Jon Handy from JDH Engineering Inc. provided the Fillmore Town Council with a copy of a proposed agreement to allow Handy's company to provide the town with wastewater treatment services...
Aker hired as Cloverdale coach (03/13/07)
CLOVERDALE -- To little fanfare Monday, the Cloverdale Community School Corp. hired its new varsity football coach for the 2007-08 campaign. The board voted unanimously Monday to hire Nathan Aker to replace Jamie Steffy, who announced his resignation from the position earlier this year...
Legislation examined at S. Putnam (03/13/07)
When it comes to help on education issues, the South Putnam School Board is looking to the Indiana Statehouse for some assistance. School Board members Mike Rissler, Dale Mendenhall, Nancy Wells, Howard Bowen and Steve Cash talked about two bills now making their way through the House of Representatives that could affect South Putnam -- House Bill 1581 on Teacher Professional Development Days, and House Bill 1001 on State Budget...
Starbucks prez sips brew at DPU (03/13/07)
Sip free Starbucks coffee and hear from the DePauw University graduate who is the chain's U.S. president, when Jim Alling presents the Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture at 8 o'clock tonight in Meharry Hall of East College. Following Alling's speech, "Growing Big, Staying Small at Starbucks," guests are invited to a free coffee tasting event. They'll also receive a sample of Starbucks product at the event...
Tax deadline approaches (03/13/07)
The trustee/assessors of Putnam County remind all taxpayers that May 15 is the deadline for filing personal property assessment forms. Failure to do so can result in penalties and fines. Property subject to tax includes individual tangible personal property including snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, non-motorized boats, campers and motor homes...
Coach comes full circle with trip to postseason (03/13/07)
For The BannerGraphic Forty-three years ago, Current Cloverdale High School boys' basketball coach Pat Rady, who graduated from Roachdale High School in 1959 and Hanover College in 1963, had just completed his first year of teaching and coaching the eighth grade basketball team in New Albany...
GHS set for new season (03/13/07)
GREENCASTLE -- Track season is around the corner with both Greencastle squads looking to improve on what was an impressive 2006 run. Never willing to settle for anything less, coach Garry Anderson is already setting the bar high for his girls' squad...
Cloverdale track teams geared for new year (03/13/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Kristin Crabtree is ushering in a new era for the Cloverdale High School track teams. With help from David Kiley, Crabtree has had her athletes working through a vigorous weight program, and she believes the dividends are starting to pay off...
GMS swimmers take two from NPMS (03/13/07)
GREENCASTLE -- On Monday, the Greencastle Middle School co-ed swimming team faced North Putnam at home, coming away with good results. Scores were not available from the meet, but Greencastle managed to pick up several victories. In girls' action, Greencastle won 11 of the 12 events that took place Monday, led by Kelly Menzel and Harriet Watson...
Jimmy P. Shaw (03/13/07)
Aug. 6, 1926-March 9, 2007 Jimmy P. Shaw, 80, Greencastle, formerly of Cloverdale, died Friday at The Waters of Greencastle. Born in Bono, Texas, he as the son of C.M. and Euta (Scott) Shaw. He was a retired factory working, and was a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard. He was a member of the Greencastle VFW, serving on the honor guard for several years, as well as a member of the Greencastle American Legion, D.A.V. in Elkhart, and the Cooties at large...
Gloria E. Herbert (03/13/07)
Jan. 13, 1931-March 10, 2007 Gloria E. Herbert, 76, Greencastle, died Saturday at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born in Oxford, England, she was the daughter of Frederick and Martha Mary (Manya) Coomber. She had been a food service worker at DePauw University...