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Stories from Thursday, May 3, 2007

Plan for smoke-free Parkfest fails (05/03/07)
A proposal to make Greencastle's summer Parkfest series smoke-free was snuffed out Wednesday night with members of the city park board deadlocked on the vote and the mayor declining to break the tie. Park Board President Leslie Hanson, who has pushed for two years to eliminate smoking during the weekly outdoor concerts at Robe-Ann Park, voted in support of the ban along with board Vice President Tim Trigg...
Celebration set to honor caregivers (05/03/07)
It's been a little more than a year ago since the birth of the Putnam County Caregivers' Support Group. With one year under its belt, the organization has scheduled a celebration to honor the people who have become part of the group. The support group, co-founded by Cindy Little, will conduct a "mini-fair" from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday, May 17, at the Putnam County Public Library...
TGL advances to Epic's top 5 (05/03/07)
TGL, the four-piece band made up of former Greencastle High School students, has advanced to the top five in Epic Record's Artist of the Year contest. Voting for the winning band continues this week until 5 p.m. Saturday. TGL, composed of Zach Stewart on bass, John Sibbitt on guitar, Will Cath on drums and Quinn Fenlon on guitar is up against Rudy and the Rhetoric, Otto Vector, Madelyn and Bamboo Shoots...
Big night for Clovers' Nees (05/03/07)
For Cloverdale senior Cody Nees, the early part of his final high school baseball season hasn't always gone as planned. While he has been hitting well, he has struggled on the mound. The accuracy has not always been there and his defense has not backed him up consistently...
Tiger Cub and Clover runners enjoy record-breaking night at Speedway (05/03/07)
Staff reports SPEEDWAY -- The Greencastle boys' and girls' track team defeated three teams Wednesday night at Speedway. The Greencastle girls scored 106 points, while Monrovia scored 60. Speedway came in third with 41 points and Cloverdale was fourth with 37...
COUNTY BRIEFS (05/03/07)
Staff reports North JV softball defeats Cadets The North Putnam junior varsity softball team defeated Cascade Tuesday night, 9-7, at home. Elsiana Crosby hit two singles and a triple to help power the Cougar offense. Sara Tanner, Ashley Curry and Whitney Lloyd all had singles on the night...
Reatha Mildred Ford (05/03/07)
May 18, 1918-May 2, 2007 Reatha Mildred Ford, 88, Poland, died Wednesday. Born in Poland, she was the daughter of Richard Ray and Dessie Deloris (Anderson) Hunsicker. She retired from RCA in Indianapolis. Surviving are two children, Philip L. Ford and wife Alice, Indianapolis, and Joan M. Book and husband Earl L., Poland; sister Edna L. Minkler, Greencastle; 18 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews...