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Stories from Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Community center draws interest (04/10/07)
A modest crowd of people gathered at the Putnam County Fairgrounds Monday evening to learn about and discuss plans for a first-of-its-kind community center in Putnam County. Members of a committee looking at the project presented their findings to the group, which included pictures taken at seven different community centers located in towns and cities throughout central Indiana...
School board wants public input (04/10/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Since December 2006, the Cloverdale Community School Corp. has been working with Odle McGuire and Shook, an architectural firm in Indianapolis, on designs of upgrades for athletic facilities in addition to improved security measures at the corporation's three school buildings...
News briefs (04/10/07)
Chamber tips The Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce April Business after Hours is set for 5-7 p.m. today at Windy Hill Country Club. The sponsor this month is Parke County REMC. For more information, call 653-4517. Puzzle prize...
GHS softball falls to Terre Haute South (04/10/07)
Monday was not kind to the Greencastle girls' softball team, as it fell to Terre Haute South, 7-1, at home. The game was delayed an hour and that seemed to take the fire out of the Tiger Cubs. GHS seemed a little flat at the beginning but ended the game strong...
Cougars feel right at home on Old Hickory (04/10/07)
After spending much of its practice season looking for a home, North Putnam's golf team returned to Old Hickory just one week ago. They then endured a week in which the weather only allowed for two official practices. While these facts appear to negate the Cougars' home course advantage, their opening night scores showed no signs of struggle. They shot a 153 Monday to beat Rockville and Turkey Run by 19 and 20 strokes, respectively...
Cloverdale golfers win at West Vigo (04/10/07)
Staff reports TERRE HAUTE -- Cloverdale golf opened its season Monday evening, traveling to Hulman Links to take on West Vigo. The Clovers came away with a 173-179 victory over the Vikings. Michael Glassburn was medalist, shooting a 40. Sean Rhine, Andrew Cofer and Kevin Gregg rounded out the scoring for Cloverdale...
Hazel L. Stone (04/10/07)
Feb. 15, 1951-March 18, 2007 Hazel L. Stone, 56, Perry, Okla., died Sunday at Oklahoma University Hospital. She was born in Somerville, N.Y. She moved to Cloverdale in 1968. She was a homemaker. Surviving are her husband of 36 years, Virgil "Bill" Stone; two daughters, Tina Stone, Woodburn, Ore., and Angie Stone, Billings, Okla.; stepson, Willy Stone, Iowa; her parents, Alfred and Hazel Broadstreet, Center Point; stepmother Mary E. ...
Lois Fern Harrah (04/10/07)
Jan. 13, 1919-April 8, 2007 Lois Fern Harrah, 88, Cloverdale, died Sunday at Millpond Health Campus. Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Howard and Jessie (O'Conner) Appleby. She was a graduate of Cloverdale High School. She was a homemaker and a member of the Hazelwood Baptist Church...
Charles R. "Charlie" Butler (04/10/07)
Feb. 27, 1935-April 8, 2007 Charles R. "Charlie" Butler, 72, Carbon, died Sunday. Born in Morgan County, he was the son of Charles O. and Lois N. (Fleener) Butler. He was a 1952 graduate of Indianapolis George Washington High School. He was a tool and die maker by trade and in 1957 went to work for his father at Butler Coach Company as a salesman of ambulances and funeral vehicles...
Robert W. Smith (04/10/07)
Oct. 20, 1933-April 6, 2007 Robert W. Smith, 73, Crawfordsville, died Friday at St. Clare Medical Center. Born in Brownsburg, he was the son of Frank and Thelma (Harris) Smith. He was a 1951 graduate of Bainbridge High School, and was a member of First Baptist Church. He started Valley Motor Sales, the Valley RV Sales, and Discount Trailer Sales in Crawfordsville...