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Stories from Friday, April 13, 2007

Board names new principal (04/13/07)
A new principal has been hired for Ridpath Primary School, where current Principal Tamara Bacon is moving into the position of the primary literacy coordinator. Michael D. McHugh was hired Wednesday evening by the Greencastle School board for the Ridpath position...
After school may be best study time (04/13/07)
A new program aimed at improving student performance on the state's ISTEP test will be implemented next school year at Greencastle High School. Principal Jim Church asked the Greencastle School Board for permission to set up a new after-school program to tutor next year's sophomores who failed all or a portion of this year's ISTEP test as freshmen. ...
Police: Four youth may have been shot (04/13/07)
Greencastle police officers investigating the alleged pellet gun attack on a boy playing at Robe-Ann Park Wednesday evening expressed concern Thursday with the possibility that as many as four children may have been targeted. Mike Lenihan, the father of the boy who reported being shot in the stomach by two juveniles, told the BannerGraphic that not one, but two of his sons, both elementary or middle school age students, were in fact shot...
Celebrate @ your library (04/13/07)
Patron appreciation among PCPL events This year National Library Week is celebrated from April 15-21, and Putnam County Public Library has some events planned to mark the week. On Monday, April 16, the library will host a Patron Appreciation Day with an open house from 11 a.m.-5 p.m...
Book signing Saturday at Fine Print (04/13/07)
Local author Richard Taylor will conduct a book signing at Fine Print Bookstore in Greencastle from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday. The book, "Inside Business Management: A Perspective for Students," provides parents an outline for dialogue with their children on important steps to take in preparation for their future education and careers...
Greencastle alum Alspaugh doing well for DACC softball program (04/13/07)
Staff reports DANVILLE, Ill. -- Greencastle High School graduate Lyndie Alspaugh helped the Danville Area Community College softball team in a two-game sweep of Spoon River College on Tuesday. Alspaugh picked up her third win of the season in game one, pitching seven innings and giving up two runs on 10 hits. She is 3-6 on the year with a 2.95 ERA...
2007 Strength, Speed and Agility Camp (04/13/07)
Staff reports DePauw University will be hosting its 2007 Tiger Strength, Speed and Agility Camp June 4-29 at the university. The camp is an intensive four-week training program for male and female athletes of all sports ages 12 to 18. The camp is for middle school and high school male and female athletes intrested in developing their physical potential and ability through resistance training, speed-agility-quickness development, core stability, plyometric training, balanc and dynamic flexibility.. ...