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Stories from Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Morocco inspires GHS grad (04/03/07)
A spring break trip to Morocco gave one Greencastle High School graduate a taste of life on another continent, and helped build a fledgling social work program. Brandon Skates was among social work students from Indiana State University who traveled to Hassan II University-Mohammedia to take books, toys, games and collaborate on setting up a social work department...
What would you pay to play? (04/03/07)
A community center or YMCA has been one of the most talked about "needs" for Greencastle and Putnam County for many years. And it looks like a current effort to meet that need is gaining steam as a committee of county citizens seek public input into the creation of such a facility...
School won't say when, but drill planned (04/03/07)
Although officials are keeping tight-lipped, plans have been finalized for a proposed disaster drill to take place at Greencastle High School later this year. Discussion regarding the drill began in October at monthly Putnam County Safe School meetings...
News briefs (04/03/07)
Hunting eggs Noon Saturday is the new time for the Greencastle Easter Egg Hunt at Robe-Ann Park. The event was canceled last weekend due to weather. The event is open to the public. Bracket winner With 49 winning games selected, Wendell Hurst of Greencastle won the 2007 NCAA men's basketball tournament contest sponsored by the BannerGraphic...
South baseball defeats Cloverdale in opener (04/03/07)
Staff reports Cloverdale -- Adam Nees went five innings and struck out 13 for South Putnam on his way to the victory as the Eagles defeated Cloverdale 14-4 in the baseball opener for each team. Cody Nees picked up the loss for the Clovers. Offensively, Adam Nees went 3 -for-4 and scored four times. John Davidson had two hits and two runs scored. Brad Eickhoft went 2-for-5 with a solo home run...
Eagles shut out Cloverdale (04/03/07)
Cloverdale -- Playing a game the very first day back from spring break can be tough for any team. But this was the task of the South Putnam and Cloverdale softball teams as they met on the Clovers' home field Monday evening. The Eagles were the team able to come out much sharper, claiming a 6-0 victory...
Cougars get the better of Tiger Cubs (04/03/07)
The Greencastle Tiger Cubs suffered an opening day loss at the hands of the North Putnam Cougars, 7-2, at home on Monday. "The opportunities were there, we just couldn't take advantage of them," GHS coach Troy Greenlee said. Both teams started the game tight, mainly due to a long layoff, but soon hit their stride...
North softball tops Greencastle, 11-1 (04/03/07)
Staff reports The Greencastle girl's softball team lost its first game of the season Monday night against county rival North Putnam, 11-1 and now hopes to return the favor tonight on the road. "The tone was set early," GHS coach Dave Keller said...
Rosalie B. Arthur (04/03/07)
Feb. 25, 1928-April 1, 2007 Rosalie B. Arthur, 79, Darlington, died Sunday evening at Williamsburg Nursing Home, Crawfordsville. Born in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Ralph and Kate Gorrell. A 1947 graduate of Lebanon High School, she had worked for Seiferts and Hollingsworth Law Office in Lebanon...
Billie McClure (04/03/07)
Sept. 10, 1915-April 1, 2007 Billie McClure, 91, Greencastle, died Sunday. Born in Warren Township in Putnam County, she was the daughter of William A. and Roxie (Park) McClure. She attended Putnam-ville School and was a 1932 graduate of Greencastle High School...