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Stories from Monday, April 9, 2007

Learn to detect, prevent crime (04/09/07)
Parents and local officials interested in learning how to detect and prevent Internet crimes against children are urged to attend an upcoming set of workshops sponsored by Putnam County Family Support Services. Detective Mike Widner, with the Noblesville Police Department, specializes in computer crimes and Internet crimes against children and will be talking about it on two separate occasions later this month...
Feds seek emergency standard (04/09/07)
Staff Writer The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has asked Putnam County officials to join them in drafting a new, statewide standard for handling winter weather emergencies following confusion during a February snow storm. During the Valentine's Day storm that brought up to a foot of snow to parts of Putnam County, the local EMA office restricted unnecessary travel, however, drivers were permitted to travel to and from their places of employment...
New dialysis center under roof (04/09/07)
Area residents who suffer from chronic kidney failure will soon be able to take care of the dilemma within the county. Fresenius Medical Care, an integrated provider of products and services for individuals suffering from kidney failure, is currently building a new dialysis center on Medic Way behind Putnam County Hospital...
Tigers complete sweep of Centre (04/09/07)
Adam Ford's strong 4-for-4 hitting performance propelled the DePauw baseball team to an 8-2 win in the first game of its double header against Centre at home Saturday. After Centre scored in the top of the first, DePauw came out swinging. Jeremy Dickinson started it off for the Tigers with a single, followed by Matt Kleine with a walk, then up came Ford...
Tiger Cubs finish sixth at Northview (04/09/07)
Staff reports BRAZIL -- The Greencastle boys' golf team started its season with a sixth-place finish in the Northview Invitational Saturday. "Our score wasn't very good, but I've been in this situation with young teams before," GHS coach Donavan Wheeler said. "This was encouraging because we were only one to one-and-a-half scores away from being in the upper half."...
Clovers fall at Clay City (04/09/07)
Staff reports Clay City -- Cloverdale softball dropped a 9-0 decision at Clay City Friday evening. The Clovers collected just three hits against the Eels. Jennifer Wiley surrendered six hits while striking out seven and walking six. Her record dropped to 0-2...
Women's tennis wins Midwest Invitational (04/09/07)
Staff reports MADISON, Wis. -- The third ranked Tigers' women's tennis team impvroved to 14-1 with three straight wins on their way to the Midwest Invitational title. DePauw defeated Carleton by a 9-0 score on Friday. On Saturday, they knocked of 25th-ranked Carthage, 6-2, and beat 13th-ranked Denison, 6-0, for the title...
Charles Butler (04/09/07)
Pending notice Charles Butler, 72, Carbon, died Sunday at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Arrangements are pending at Chandler-Hays Funeral Home, Greencastle.