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Stories from Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Town votes to change fire protection (04/11/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Fire protection for the town of Cloverdale is back in the hands of the Cloverdale Township Volunteer Fire Dept. On Tuesday, the board voted 3-2 in favor of accepting an agreement reached Monday between the town and fire department. Council president Don Sublett told a packed house Tuesday evening that the board had conducted an executive session Monday afternoon to look over 11 lawsuits the town is currently facing...
Cloverdale board hears good report (04/11/07)
CLOVERDALE -- On Monday, the Cloverdale Community School Corp. school board learned from CCSC Supt. Carrie Milner that the corporation had passed its Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) report. During the 2002-03 school year, corporations nationwide were required to show annual improvements in academic achievement of the overall student population and identified student subgroups within the general population, including economic background, race and ethnicity, limited English proficiency and special education according to the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NLCB).. ...
Police nab cigarette bandit (04/11/07)
A Johnson County man might have thought a proposed smoking ban in Greencastle meant an end to cigarette sales, too, when he entered a tobacco store Tuesday afternoon and made off with two cartons of Camel Lights without paying. Police officers scrambled to the scene of Rairdon's Tobacco Shop in the Putnam Plaza shopping center, after the store's clerk called 911 to report he had just been robbed...
Greencastle defeats South in tennis opener for each squad (04/11/07)
The Greencastle girls' tennis team sent the South Putnam Eagles home with a 3-2 loss Tuesday night with its No. 1 seeds providing the punch. Kelsey Hennette started things off for Greencastle with a big win over South's Shelley Douglass 6-0, 6-2 in the No. 1 singles match...
Tiger Cub track teams open with wins (04/11/07)
Staff reports Greencastle's boys and girls track teams opened their seasons last night, hosting North Montgomery. Both team got off to a successful start, with the girls winning, 111-20, and the boys victorious as well, 83-49. Girls' coach Gary Anderson was pleased with how his team dealt with the conditions...
North softball falls to Sparkplugs again (04/11/07)
ROACHDALE -- Facing a team to which they had lost, 6-0, on Monday, and which had yet to allow a run on the season, North Putnam softball had a tall order in going against Speedway Tuesday. The Cougars efforts brought them much closer, but the game still ended in a 3-1 loss...
Cougar baseball gets a little too exciting late (04/11/07)
Staff reports ROACHDALE -- Surrendering a five-run lead in the seventh inning is never good. It is a little consolation when you can pick up the win anyway. North Putnam baseball went from a 6-1 lead to an 8-6 deficit during the top half of the seventh inning last night. In the end though, the Cougars tied the game and went on to win on Kyle Alcorn's squeeze bunt in the bottom of the ninth inning...
Mildred L. Hipps (04/11/07)
Pending notice Mildred L. Hipps, 89, Cloverdale, died Tuesday at Putnam County Hospital. Arrangements are pending at Whitaker Funeral Home, Cloverdale.