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Stories from Thursday, May 24, 2007

Gas gouged? Just ride your horse to school (05/24/07)
With gas prices at an all-time high in the state, many people have been looking for alternative methods of getting to a destination. And three Putnam County students have found the alternative. But they had to leave a little earlier than normal. Harly and Jessica Spence, along with Alyssa Garrison, all rode their horses into school Thursday morning as gas prices reached $3.58 per gallon in Greencastle...
Different tactics keep students for final day (05/24/07)
Making sure students attend the last day of school can be tough for county school officials especially as Putnam County students head back to school for only one or two days after the labor day weekend. Greencastle, North and South Putnam schools have students attending the Tuesday after Memorial Day, while Cloverdale schools will go both Tuesday and Wednesday...
Reservist gives different view of war (05/24/07)
Cpt. Mike Pace has served his country in Iraq and he doesn't understand why major media outlets only tell one piece of the complicated puzzle. "It was frustrating at times because we felt like only part of the story was being told," Pace told the BannerGraphic following a speaking engagement with the Greencastle Rotary at the Walden Inn Wednesday...
Gregg's 39 leads Clovers to victory (05/24/07)
Staff reports CLOVERDALE -- Kevin Gregg's medalist round of 39 led the Cloverdale Clovers' golf squad to a win over Monrovia at home Wednesday night, 167-204. Cloverdale moved its record to 11-5 with the win and hopes to carry to momentum into its match against White River Valley and Terre Haute South next week...
Tiger Cub number ones fall at regional (05/24/07)
Staff reports GREENWOOD -- Greencastle's No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles team's season came to a close Wednesday night, closing the high school career of Kayla Birt. Although the Tiger Cub team lost in the sectional, Hennette, Birt and Provine advanced to the single/doubles tournament due to their wins in the sectional final...
Clovers lose in sectional semis (05/24/07)
LIZTON -- For the Cloverdale softball team, Wednesday evening's sectional loss was a case of too much Lacie Woodall. The Tri-West pitcher not only threw a two-hitter while striking out 11 Clovers, she was 2-for-2 at the plate, with two doubles, three runs batted in and a run scored...
Weatherford and Clodfelter are Student Athletes of the Year (05/24/07)
The Greencastle Chamber of Commerce announced its 2007 recipients of the Putnam County Senior Student Athlete Awards Wednesday night at the Greencastle High School sports banquet, with GHS seniors Andy Weatherford and Megan Clodfelter received the honors on Wednesday night...
North wins on strength of six homers (05/24/07)
Staff reports CRAWFORDSVILLE -- North Putnam's baseball team closed out the regular season with an offensive barrage at North Montgomery Monday night. The Cougar bats produced 28 runs on 21 hits, including six home runs. Brayden Dahlstrom led the way for the Cougars, going 4-for-4 with two home runs and seven runs batted in. Jordan Berry was close behind at 3-for-4 with one homer and 5 RBI...
Brent Nolan Ringler (05/24/07)
Feb. 6, 1963-May 22, 2007 Brent Nolan Ringler, 44, Aiken, S.C., formerly of Cloverdale, died Tuesday. Born in Fort Wayne, he was the son of Frank and Ruth (Didion) Ringler. A graduate of Cloverdale High School, he served in the U.S. Navy. He was employed in sales with BellSouth, and was active as a Boy Scout leader, coached youth basketball and was a member of the Multiple Sclerosis Society...
William Alan Bartley (05/24/07)
Aug. 17, 1983-May 20, 2007 William Alan "Willie" Bartley, 23, Greencastle, died Sunday as a result of a motorcycle accident. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Tony Anthony "Pops" and Mary (Sage) Bartley. He attended Greencastle schools. He had worked at Richmond Guttering in Indianapolis for three years and previously worked at L&B Guttering in Clayton for two years...
Martha L. Sherfey (05/24/07)
July 17, 1923-May 22, 2007 Martha L. Sherfey, 83, Milligan, died at her residence Tuesday morning. Born at Crawfordsville, she was the daughter of Clarence and Maude Carson Lowe. She was a homemaker. She married James Loyd Sherfey on June 17, 1945 at Crawfordsville. ...