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Stories from Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Work begins on Kroger gas station (05/01/07)
Heavy equipment was moved into position and lines were marked in front of the Greencastle Kroger store Monday afternoon as workers prepared for the construction of a gas station. Kroger engineer Drew Gillespie told the BannerGraphic Monday that the project could take about eight weeks to complete...
State budgets $8M for Ivy Tech (05/01/07)
Local and state officials had reason to celebrate Monday as the Indiana General Assembly approved $8 million in construction money for Ivy Tech's new campus in Greencastle. Greencastle Mayor Nancy Michael, who joined Ivy Tech's Wabash Valley Chancellor Jeff Pittman, Sen. Connie Lawson, Rep. Amos Thomas and others in petitioning for the money, was thrilled with the news Tuesday morning...
Future brightens for locally-based band (05/01/07)
The future keeps getting brighter and brighter for TGL. But for now, the band will just have to wait. The local band, composed of four Greencastle High School graduates recently entered Epic Record's Artist of the Year contest. The band was selected as an Artist of the Week in March on "The Freshman" show on mtvU, MTV's college spinoff...
Peace Rally set Friday at courthouse (05/01/07)
Local organizers have announced plans for a "peace rally" set to take place at 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 4 on the courthouse lawn in Greencastle. One of the organizers of the event, Margo Bode said the event has been titled Circle the Square for Peace and will call for the end to the war in Iraq...
North Putnam baseball defeats Cascade, 6-2 (05/01/07)
Staff reports CLAYTON -- The North Putnam boys' baseball team defeated the Cascade Cadets, 6-2, on the road Monday night. The Cougars saw all of their runs come in the top of the first inning as the team hit five singles and two doubles. On the night, Kyle Rooker was 3-for-4 and Brian Blaydes was 2-for-3. Jordan Berry brought some heavy lumber for the Cougar, going 2-for-3, with a double and a triple...
Tiger Cubs top Monrovia for first WCC win (05/01/07)
Staff reports MONROVIA -- Greencastle softball has spent the last several games on the verge of winning. They are on the verge no longer, as the Tiger Cubs defeated Monrovia Monday night by a score of 11-4. It was Greencastle's first WCC win in two years. The Tiger Cubs improved to 2-11 on the year and 1-5 in WCC play...
GHS track travels to Northview (05/01/07)
Staff reports BRAZIL -- On Monday, the Greencastle boys' and girls' track teams competed in the three-way meet with Northview and Edgewood. The GHS girls won their meet, while the boys finished in third-place. The Greencastle girls' squad captured 12 events on the night...
GHS tennis loses to Crawfordsville, 3-2 (05/01/07)
The Greencastle girls' tennis team fell short against a tough Crawfordsville team, 2-3, Monday night at home. Both of Greencastle's wins came at the No. 1 spots. Kelsey Hennette overcame a bout with dehydration to defeat Alexandria Gasaway 6-4, 6-4. The match was delayed for several minutes as the Greencastle coaching staff attended to Hennette...
Hacker leads Clover golf to victory (05/01/07)
CLOVERDALE -- When a team's number five golfer posts the low score, it usually means very good things or very bad things. Either the golfer in question shot a wonderful round and led a solid team effort, or the top-rated golfers had rough nights. For Cloverdale and Justin Hacker, Monday night was actually somewhere in the middle...
Norman C. Hill (05/01/07)
July 8, 1917-April 30, 2007 Norman C. Hill, 89, Greencastle, died Monday evening at his residence. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Robert and Ida (Harris) Hill. He was a 1936 graduate of Greencastle High School and attended Purdue University and IUPUI...