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Stories from Wednesday, March 21, 2007

DePauw seniors feted as champions (03/21/07)
GREENCASTLE -- All it takes is all you've got. That saying is what the DePauw University women's basketball team lives by. The players yell it while in huddle prior to running to the court for warm-ups. And after a missed three-pointer Saturday, DePauw University history was made. That saying meant something more...
Seniors share tears, joys of winning season (03/21/07)
GREENCASTLE -- Kristy Mahon couldn't help but shed a few tears when asked about how much time she got to see action during her four years at DePauw Tuesday. The senior saw little action on the court during her tenure with the Tigers, but still was a part of school history after the Tigers defeated Washington-St. Louis, 55-52, in the finals of the NCAA Division III Tournament Saturday...
Cloverdale council addresses bill (03/21/07)
CLOVERDALE -- The subject of an unpaid bill the Cloverdale Town Council received from current attorney Allen Yackey came up again Tuesday at a special meeting the board had scheduled. Board President Don Sublett began discussion about the bill regarding his concern that the town had not paid Yackey in full...
CPD assists in search for kidnapper (03/21/07)
Officers from the Cloverdale Police Department were called Tuesday afternoon to assist the FBI and the Indiana State Police in the search for a reported kidnapping suspect believed to be fleeing from Delaware. Police Chief Charlie Hallam said his department was called at around 1 p.m. to monitor the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 for a cream colored Toyota Camry with Pennsylvania license plates...
Miller no-hits Bethesda Christian, Cougars roll 36-0 (03/21/07)
Brownsburg -- Brook Miller no-hit Bethesda Christian and went 4-for-6 with a home run and a triple as North softball opened with a dominating win over a young Bethesda Christian squad, 36-0. According to Coach George Pearson, a number of Bethesda Christian's older players were out due to a senior trip. He liked how his team played, but was not exactly excited about the final outcome...
North Putnam grad swims at NJCAA national meet (03/21/07)
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- 2005 North Putnam graduate and current Vincennes University student Amanda Roberts competed in the NJCAA swimming and diving competitin March 7-10. The competition took place at Erie Community College. Roberts medaled in four events and qualified for the consolations in three events. Her results are as follows:...
Five seniors anchor balanced Tiger Cubs baseball team (03/21/07)
Sports Writer GREENCASTLE -- With opening day rapidly approaching, the Greencastle Tiger Cubs' baseball team is hoping to improve on its 12-11 record from a year ago with the help of five seniors. Seniors Zac Remsburg, Erick Burgeson, Andrew Ensor, Derrik Patterson, and Michael Richardson are all returning for their final season and each will look to do their best to lift the Tiger Cubs into sectional contention. A feat that coach Troy Greenlee feels they are very capable of...
GHS softball opens with late game win (03/21/07)
MONTEZUMA -- Greencastle's girls' softball team opened the season with a 5-3 win against Riverton Parke with its underclassman rising to the occasion. "It was a team win," coach Dave Keller said. "Every kid contributed to the win." The Tiger Cubs started freshman pitcher Kayla Nobles and she didn't disappoint. She threw seven innings with three strikeouts, three walks and only one earned run...
Robert D. Jones (03/21/07)
Robert D. Jones, 89, Greencastle, died Tuesday evening at his residence. Memorial services will be conducted at a later date. Chandler-Hays Funeral Home, Greencastle, is handling arrangements.
Clifton J. Phillps (03/21/07)
April 11, 1919-March 20, 2007 Clifton J. Phillips, 87, Greencastle, died Tuesday at Castleton Healthcare. Born in Olean, N.Y., he was the son of Charles C. and Edith M. (Grey) Phillips. He graduated from Hiram College, Starr King School for the Ministry and Harvard University. After serving in a civil affairs unit of the U.S. Army in the Philippines during World War II, he was a member of a military occupation unity in Japan and later a civilian employee of the Defense Department there...
Richard "Whitey" Reitzel (03/21/07)
Jan. 10, 1930-March 20, 2007 Richard "Whitey" Reitzel, 77, Stilesville, died Tuesday afternoon at his residence. Born in Franklin Township of Hendricks County, he was the son of T. Albert and Clara Opal (Richardson) Reitzel. He was a farmer for 60 years before retirement. He was a member of Hazelwood Christian Church...
Bill Birdsell (03/21/07)
Bill Birdsell, 82, Greencastle, died Wednes-day. Arrangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home.
Estella M. Moon (03/21/07)
Nov. 11, 1911-March 20, 2007 Estella M. Moon, 95, Greencastle, formerly of Brazil, died Tuesday at Hickory Creek at Sunset. Born in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Newby. She had worked at a bakery and also at a drycleaners, both in Indianapolis...