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Stories from Monday, May 7, 2007

School safety review raises some eyebrows (05/07/07)
The Putnam County Safe Schools Committee conducted a building review for the first time since its inception, and that inspection revealed a few concerns. The committee has existed for several years now, but has never conducted an onsite building review...
Three homes helped by 'Rebuilding' (05/07/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Every-thing went according to plan Saturday, Pastor Tom Woodley said. The Grace Lutheran Church Pastor and 35 others helped renovate three area homes Saturday through Rebuilding Together, a national non-profit organization. The organization set out to help three area home owners make renovations Saturday, including Jim and Sandy Borer, Cloverdale, Gloria Bergstrom, Cloverdale and Dorothy Burres, Poland...
HSPC fundraiser includes shot clinic, dunk tank Saturday (05/07/07)
The third annual Putnam County Humane Society Rummage Sale is set to begin Thursday and conclude Sunday. The event will take place at the Putnam County Fairgrounds goat barn and will run 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday...
Hong Kong focus of PCPL program (05/07/07)
Greencastle High School exchange student, Kevin Tse will present a program, "Hong Kong: From British Colony to ... One Country, Two Systems" at the Putnam County Public Library at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 9. Using images to reinforce his talk, he will discuss whether Hong Kong's post-colonial system is working after 10 years. ...
Eagles drop one to North Vermillion (05/07/07)
Two home runs from his own bat were not enough to lift a recently-ailing Derek Cash cash over North Vermillion. Cash and the the Eagles fell to the Falcons, 8-7, on Saturday. The Eagles are now 4-8. Cash, who got the start after missing the better part of last week with the flu, threw four innings, allowing eight runs on five hits and four walks. However, it was the mistakes the Eagles made on defense coach Harold Campbell cited for the loss...
GHS softball falls to Edgewood (05/07/07)
The growing pains for the Greencastle girls' softball team continued Saturday, as the Tiger Cubs lost to visiting Edgewood 11-0, in six innings, but Greencastle's coach remains optimistic. "We're young," GHS coach Dave Keller said. "That's a very good team."...
Burns leads Cougars to tournament victory (05/07/07)
Staff reports COVINGTON -- North Putnam defended its title at the Covington Invitational Saturday, finishing five strokes ahead of host Covington with a 317. South Putnam also participated and finished in seventh-place on the day with 362 total. J.J. Burns led the way for the Cougars with a 72 and received medalist honors. He was followed by Eric Whitaker and Patrick Byrd both with 81. Austin Malayer finished with an 83 and Jeremy Redman shot a 95...
Shuman takes checkers at Lincoln Park Speedway (05/07/07)
With USAC traveling out to Iowa over the weekend, several traveling teams remained in Indiana to compete against Lincoln Park Speedway's regulars on Saturday night. Casey Shuman took advantage of some feature event misfortune from Jon Stanbrough to score a sprint car victory in his PRC Chassis/Foxco, 4-Sale ride...
Gayle Robinson (05/07/07)
Gayle O'Hair Robinson, 90, Coatesville, died Saturday evening at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. Arrangements are pending at Hays Funeral Home, Coatesville.