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Stories from Saturday, April 7, 2007

Mayor issues invitation for July 4 planning (04/07/07)
Participation in the planning for Greencastle's annual Fourth of July celebration has been good in recent years, but it could be better. Mayor Nancy Michael, whose term is set to expire at the end of the year, is hoping someone outside city hall will step up to carry on the planning for the July 4 activities at Robe-Ann Park once she is gone...
Hope's Way adds native gathering to fundraiser (04/07/07)
NEW MAYSVILLE -- Hope's Way Retreat Center for special needs children and their families will sponsor its fourth annual fundraiser Saturday, April 14. This year in addition to the music festival and hog roast, a gathering of native Americans will be highlighted...
National Night Out could raise safety awareness (04/07/07)
If all goes according to plan, the Putnam County Safe Schools Committee will host National Night Out on Aug. 7. On Thursday, Old National Trail representative and committee member Tom Standers approached the board with more information on the event, a topic of discussion for quite some time for the committee...
DePauw softball splits with Centre (04/07/07)
Staff reports DePauw softball took the first game of its SCAC doubleheader with visiting Centre, 8-0, in six innings, but the Colonels took the nightcap, 5-4. DePauw is 21-3 on the season and 1-1 in the SCAC, while Centre is 14-13 and 1-1 in conference...
Raymond L. Alexander (04/07/07)
Oct. 12, 1927-April 5, 2007 Raymond L. Alexander, 79, Indianapolis, died Thursday. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., he was a tool and die maker for 50 years and was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War. Survivors include his wife of 54 years Barbara, son Eric Alexander and wife Kay; daughter Kim Lee; sisters Wanda Harvey, Madelyn Nauman and Judy Dreher; brother William Alexander; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren...
Walter Lee Boyd (04/07/07)
March 2, 1924-April 4, 2007 Walter Lee Boyd, 83, Dugger, died Wednesday at Harrison County Hospital, Corydon. Born in Harlan, Ky., he was the son of John William and Sara (Cole) Boyd. He was a fork lift operator at Burnet Binford Lumber Co. and a member of the Baptist Church...