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Stories from Friday, May 4, 2007

Group set to renovate (05/04/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Jim Borer retired in 1996 to take care of his wife Sandy, who had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis only eight years earlier. But Jim fell while helping out at a building site and crushed his spine. Doctors told him he might not walk again and he spent five months on his back in a hospital...
Committee delves further into security (05/04/07)
On Thursday, members of the Putnam County Safe Schools Committee not only discussed a recent lockdown at the South Putnam Community School Corp., but a bomb scare at Northview High School and North Clay Middle School in Clay County earlier this week and what it could do to better secure area county schools...
Law targeting livestock farms fails to pass (05/04/07)
A new law that would have placed tighter restrictions on large livestock farms in Indiana failed to pass during the General Assembly's recent session. House Bill 1197 would have prohibited the construction of Confined Feeding Operations, or CFOs, within one mile of a licensed child care center, public school, licensed health facility or municipality...
Cougar softball defeats Greencastle (05/04/07)
Thursday's game between Greencastle and North Putnam's girls' softball squads was anything but typical, as Greencastle started the game with one out and two runners on. North won the game 6-1 and ended a four-game run. The game was a continuation of a rain-called game from last week, and Cougars used that advantage to pounce on the Tiger Cubs...
Tiger Cubs come back on Patriots (05/04/07)
Thursday's game against Owen Valley was one the Greencastle baseball team nearly gave away -- and then they took it back. The Tiger Cubs took a 5-2 deficit after four innings and turned it into a 9-7 victory. Both starters, Greencastle's Kyle Nobles and Owen Valley's Cody Vest, struggled with control at times, and it cost them some runs...
County Golf Roundup (05/04/07)
Staff reports Clovers victorious in quad meet SULLIVAN -- The Clovedale boys' golf team downed three competitors Thursday night to grab its eighth victory on the year. Cloverdale finished first with a score of 174, Sullivan was second due to a fifth-card tie-breaker with 181 points, White River Valley was third with 181 and Owen Valley was fourth with 195...
Greencastle tennis falls (05/04/07)
Staff reports CRAWFORDSVILLE -- Greencastle's tennis team suffered a 4-1 defeat at the hands of North Montgomery Wednesday night. Coach Trish Lowe called it a "good night for tennis (against) a tough opponent." Number one singles player Kelsey Hennette dropped her first match of the season, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1, to the Chargers' Krish Bonebreak...
Larry D. Hays (05/04/07)
Nov. 20, 1949-April 29, 2007 Larry D. Hays, 57, Indianapolis, died April 29, at St. Francis Hospital, Beech Grove. Born in East Chicago, Ind., he was the son of Fred A. and Mabel J. (Kinkead) Hays. He was a 1968 graduate of Manual High School in Indianapolis...
Charles M. Phillips (05/04/07)
Aug. 1, 1925-May 2, 2007 Charles M. Phillips, 81, Omaha, Neb., formerly of Greencastle, died Wednesday in Omaha. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of the late Cecil R. and Zelma G. Phillips. Survivors include his wife Dorothy, Omaha; a son, Marion M. Phillips and wife Sunny, Omaha; sister Dorothy Vaughan and husband Grover; five grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews of Greencastle...