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Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Stories from Saturday, March 31, 2007

Yardwaste site opens for season Monday (03/31/07)
Warm temperatures across the area lately mean Putnam County residents are pulling out the lawnmowers, clearing out dead brush around their houses and generally sprucing up their lawns. Officials with the West Central Solid Waste District announced this week that the Greencastle Yard Waste Recycling Center will open for the season on Monday...
Local band finalist in mtvU contest (03/31/07)
Local band TGL was announced this week among 50 finalists across the United States competing for a promotion, video, tour and record deal from mtvU and Epic Records worth up to $1.5 million. Earlier this month, TGL won mtvU's "best music on campus" award, and has been featured on national television since March 12...
Langsdale destined for Hall of Fame (03/31/07)
One-time Greencastle newspaper owner George J. Langsdale will be posthumously inducted April 14 into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame. Langsdale, an owner of a precursor to the BannerGraphic, is among five new members who will be inducted during the ceremony at the Walden Inn in Greencastle...
Clovers get back to the basics (03/31/07)
Coaches in any sport like to talk about the fundamentals. No matter what the competition, they want their teams to be "fundamentally sound." For Cloverdale baseball coach Tim Savini, though, fundamentals play an even more important role with his 2007 squad. With little varsity experience on the roster, his players need to learn the basics of playing baseball at the varsity level...
Softball splits final pair in Florida, streak ends at 19 (03/31/07)
Staff reports Fort Myers, Fla. -- DePauw softball wrapped up its ten-game Florida trip with a split of Friday's games, as they defeated Middlebury, 9-4, and lost to Wisconsin-Whitewater by a score of 5-0. The loss to Whitewater was the Tiger's first on the season, dropping them to 19-1...
Edward E. Mayer (03/31/07)
Jan. 18, 1928-March 22, 2007 Edward E. Mayer, 79, Greencastle, died March 22 following a battle with cancer. Born in Werschetz, Yugoslavia, he was the son of the late Stephan and Marie Mayer. He earned his baccalaureate degree in Paris, France in 1950, graduated from the French National School of Oriental Languages in 1953, and earned the Licenced-es Lettres from the Sorbonne in 1954...