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Stories from Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Fatality drills in reality of mortality (04/17/07)
As the tarp was pulled, several students gripped what appeared to be fresh-cut grass on the hill east of Greencastle High School. Underneath the tarp were two mangled cars as a result of a vehicle accident in the high school parking lot. GHS student Camron Humphries lay motionless on the hood of one of the vehicles as Andy Weatherford attempted to get his attention...
Prom horror revisited (04/17/07)
Mother shares story of student tragedy By JASON MOON, Assistant Editor Twenty minutes after her daughter left for prom, Shannon Nees received a phone call that she'll never forget. She was informed that her daughter and prom date were in an automobile accident while heading to the festivities...
Cougars down Clovers, 11-0 (04/17/07)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale baseball team dropped its contest with county rival North Putnam, 11-0, at home Monday night. Things started rough for the Clovers, as they allowed five runs in the first inning. Errors and walks were a cause for concern for Cloverdale coach Tim Savini...
Track teams happy to compete (04/17/07)
PUTNAMVILLE -- After Monday night's track meet between South Putnam, Cloverdale and Owen Valley, the coaches had one feeling in common -- relief just to have a meet. By the schedule, the season is almost two weeks old. In reality, things are just getting started. ...
Mary Phillips (04/17/07)
Aug. 29, 1933-April 16, 2007 Mary Virginia Phillips, 73, Greencastle, died Monday at her residence. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Oscar and Ruby (Hill) King. She was a member of the Family of God Church in Roachdale, and lifetime member of the Church of God, where she taught Sunday school classes. She retired from Harmless Laundromat...
Thomas Keith Stringer (04/17/07)
Nov. 22, 1938-April 16, 2007 Thomas Keith Stringer, 68, Greencastle, died Monday at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Eugene and Ruby (Moore) Stringer. He was a 1954 graduate of Greencastle High School. He had been a barber in Greencastle for 38 years and previously worked at Handy's Dairy. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge No. 1592, Eastern Star, Putnam County Shrine Club, the York Rite, and the Cornerstone Baptist Church, Greencastle...