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Stories from Friday, April 6, 2007

What's the frequency? (04/06/07)
County EMA, corporations choose one radio channel for weather conditions By JASON MOON, Assistant Editor Severe weather rushed through Putnam County Tuesday, putting several officials on the spot. The four county schools had to make a decision. Would they hold students back and not release them to buses while the storm was passing through? Or would they release the students?...
Pet food scare hits county (04/06/07)
At least one animal in Putnam County appears to have fallen victim recently to a nationwide scare over tainted pet food, according to a local official. Veterinarian John Scamahorn, from Greencastle's Animal Medical Clinic, told the BannerGraphic Tuesday that he recently treated a cat for symptoms that he believes could be the result of eating melamine-tainted pet food...
'The Real Inspector Hound' to close DPU theatre season (04/06/07)
The final production of the 2006-07 DePauw Theatre season will be "The Real Inspector Hound" by award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and author Tom Stoppard. Performances of the one-act farce that lampoons both theatre criticism and the English whodunnit are April 12-14 at 7:30 p.m., and April 15 at 2:30 p.m. in Moore Theatre in the DePauw University Performing Art Center...
Weather continues to wreak havoc on sports (04/06/07)
Staff reports Yesterday's continued cold temperatures led to a story which has become all to familiar this week -- weather-related sports cancellations and postponements. Tuesday's storms were only the beginning. The lingering cold that came next have continued to lead to cancelations all week...
Women's golf tied for third in coaches poll (04/06/07)
Staff reports The Tigers' women's golf team is ranked in a tie for third with St. Thomas (Minn.) in the latest Golf World/ National Golf Coaches Association Division III poll. Methodist is ranked first, with all eight first place votes and 200 points. Gustavus Adolphus is second with 184 points. DePauw and St. Thomas each totaled 178...
Gladys Jean Dudley (04/06/07)
May 12, 1942-April 3, 2007 Gladys Jean Dudley, 64, Mooresville, died Tuesday at her residence. Born in Marion County, she was the daughter of the late Eddie Arthur Dale and Lena Belle (Patterson) Truex. She married David R. Dudley on Aug. 31, 1972, and he survives...
James Lee Preston (04/06/07)
May 24, 1937-April 5, 2007 James Lee Preston, 69, Roachdale, died Thursday at Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. Born in Danville, Ky., he was the son of Allen and Dellan Elizabeth (Summers) Preston. He attended Junction City High School in Kentucky. He served in the Army Reserve at Roachdale and Waveland. He retired in 2003 from Milestone Construction, where he worked as a truck driver...
Larry Redcliffe (04/06/07)
July 7, 1936-April 4, 2007 Larry Redcliffe, 70, Frankfort, formerly of Belle Union, died Wednesday at the Waters of Greencastle. Born in Chicago, he was the son of Reginald Lawrence and Martha Ann (Turner) Redcliffe. He was a chemical analyst at Sun Chemical, Frankfort...