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Stories from Monday, March 26, 2007

City officials adjust plan for sewer line (03/26/07)
A new sanitary sewer line that is planned for the northwest side of Greencastle has been rerouted in an effort to avoid problems associated with an abandoned railroad corridor. City officials were planning to install a new sewer line connecting the North Jackson Street sewage lift station -- located just south of the railroad overpass, or viaduct on U.S. 231 -- to the sewer plant on West Columbia Street by way of the former Pennsylvania Central Railroad corridor that is abandoned...
Poet Ryan PCPL's next 'conversation' (03/26/07)
bLibrary author series continues April 5 with well-known writer The Putnam County Public Library's Author Series presents a conversation with poet Kay Ryan at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 5 in the library's Kiwanis Room. Ryan has won such prestigious prizes as the Guggenheim Fellowship and the Ruth Lilly Prize. She teaches at the College of Marin in Kentfield, Calif...
South Putnam asking state for one-day waiver (03/26/07)
If all goes according to plan, students in the South Putnam Community School Corp. will get out of school this year before Memorial Day. SPCSC Supt. Bruce Bernhardt told the BannerGraphic that the corporation had recently filed a waiver with the Indiana Dept. of Education in order to eliminate one of the school days on the 2006-07 calendar...
Tigers sweep twinbill at Rhodes (03/26/07)
MEMPHIS -- DePauw baseball began SCAC play at 2-0 with a sweep of a doubleheader over Rhodes by scores of 4-2 and 8-5. The Tigers moved to 10-6 and ended Rhode's 16-game winning streak, while the Lynx dropped to 22-4 and 8-2 in conference. Jeremy Alland moved to 2-1 on the season, allowing five hits over 6 2/3 innings. Paul Rodenhouse collected his fourth save. Andy Holt dropped to 7-1 with the loss...
Veteran Cougars squad enters 2007 with confidence (03/26/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- North Putnam's baseball squad is confident it can duplicate its success from a season ago with the help of seven returning starters as well as five returning seniors. "I'm pretty optimistic," first year coach Norm Fish said. And optimistic he should be. Besides having seven returning starters from last year, the Cougars will also have two seniors returning from injuries...
DePauw swept in Sunday doubleheader (03/26/07)
MEMPHIS -- DePauw baseball dropped both ends of its doubleheader at Rhodes to finish with a series split. The Lynx won Sunday's games by scores of 5-0 and 19-6. The Tigers fell to 10-8 overall and 2-2 in the SCAC, while Rhodes improved to 24-4 and 10-2 in the conference...
John M. Klebusch (03/26/07)
May 3, 1927-March 25, 2007 John M. Klebusch, 79, Greencastle, died Sunday. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Milton E. and Opal (English) Klebusch. A 1945 graduate of Greencastle High School, he was an Eagle Scout and served as a Scout leader and an Explorer troop leader. ...
Ruth Marie Cooney (03/26/07)
Oct. 14,1930-March 24, 2007 Ruth Marie Cooney, 76, Mooresville, died Saturday at St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. Born in Marion County, she was the daughter of Eldon Parker and Daphna Sally (Campbell) Gillon. She was a homemaker and a member of the Martinsville Baptist Tabernacle...
Betty L. Buchanan (03/26/07)
Dec. 13, 1931-March 24, 2007 Betty L. Buchanan, 75, Cloverdale, formerly of Greencastle, died Saturday at Mill Pond Health Campus, Greencastle. Born at Stileville, she was the daughter of Benjamin and Martha (Sims) Hanlon. She was a member of Amo Baptist Church...
Cecil E. English (03/26/07)
Cecil E. English, 86, Bainbridge, died Monday at his residence. Arrangements are pending at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home, Greencastle.