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Stories from Saturday, March 17, 2007

From fairway to roadway (03/17/07)
Prosecutor: State law allows golf cart use on streets By ADAM COATES, Staff Writer GREENCASTLE -- Golf carts are a more common sight on golf courses than they are on road courses, but that doesn't have to be the case, according to Indiana law. A recent issue of the Indiana Prosecutor revealed that golf carts are in fact allowed on public roads in Indiana because they fall under the classification of a slow-moving vehicle...
Council questions recent bills (03/17/07)
Several bills the Cloverdale Town Council received recently came into question Tuesday at the board's monthly meeting. On Tuesday, the board discussed bills from three lawyers and the town's insurance company, voting in favor of paying one and not paying the others...
Board sets sites on fixing potholes (03/17/07)
Warmer temperatures of late are a delight for residents in one Putnam County town, but the spring-like weather is playing havoc on local roads. The subject of potholes, or chuck holes as some people call them, greeted members of the Bainbridge Town Council earlier this week...
Cougars eager to start new season (03/17/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- First-year coach Kevin Lutes will look to guide the North Putnam Cougars track to a successful season with help from his experienced runners. "I think we will have a least one or two in every event," Lutes said. With the season so young, Lutes has seen a few bright spots, one being the long jump...
Players earn All-WCC status (03/17/07)
The West Central Conference recently released its 2006-07 All-Conference Basketball Teams and Putnam County was well represented. The se-ven girls' and boys' basketball coaches vote for the players who earn All-Conference status. A total of 14 county players were named to the All-Conference lists this year, including eight boys and six girls...
DPU in finals (03/17/07)
SPRINGFIELD, Mass-- One game stands between the DePauw University's women's basketball team and a national championship as the Tigers defeated 10th-ranked Mary Washington University, 67-61, Friday. In the process of advancing to the final game, the Tigers notched its 30th win of the season, setting a school record...
DePauw senior honored (03/17/07)
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- DePauw University senior forward Liz Bondi picked up another honor Friday. On the eve of the Tigers' second NCAA Division III semifinal appearance in the last six seasons, Bondi earned the program's first Kodak/Women's Basketball Coaches Association All-American honor...
Jane A. Rightmyer (03/17/07)
Feb. 9, 1948-March 15, 2007 Jane A. (Warrum) Rightmyer, 59, Cloverdale, died Friday at her residence. Born in Greenfield, she was the daughter of Robert and Mary Evelyn (Lindamood) Warrum. She married Mike Rightmyer on July 28, 1967, and he survives...