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Stories from Friday, May 25, 2007

City announces summer paving projects (05/25/07)
Several streets around Greencastle are about to get a fresh coat of asphalt. And yes, everyone's favorite spot to complain about -- Washington Street -- is included on the list. This week the Greencastle Board of Works approved the bid for Wabash Valley Asphalt to repave several streets this summer at a cost of about $172,000...
Greencastle picked getaway 'best' (05/25/07)
With gas prices soaring, Putnam County residents may find the best vacation spots are in our own backyard. According to the June 2007 publication of "Midwest Living" Greencastle is among the top 100 Best Small Town Getaways in the midwestern United States...
Baugh riding in memorial COPS event (05/25/07)
Assistant Editor CLOVERDALE -- Jason Baugh has a passion for bicycling. But from June 18-30, the ride he will take part in will mean even more. For those 13 days, the Cloverdale Police Department Patrolman will take part in the Cycling for Indiana Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS)...
Weatherford headed back to state (05/25/07)
Staff reports LAFAYETTE -- Andy Weatherford will once again have the opportunity to defend his state titles in the 1,600 meter run. The GHS senior ran a 4:21.54 at Thursday's Lafayette Jefferson Boys' Track Regional to win the 1,600 and advance to next Saturday's Indiana High School Athletic Association State Finals...
Cougar golf ties school record score (05/25/07)
The North Putnam Cougars golf team tied a school record and had a player set a school record in its rout of Fountain Central Thursday night, 149-174. With sectional play approaching, North looked in top form, but coach Keith Bodnarick thinks improvement is still achievable...
Eagles pick up season's biggest win (05/25/07)
Staff reports BRAZIL -- The South Putnam boys' golf team handed the Cascade Cadets a 21 stroke loss Thursday night at home, 155-176. The win moved the Eagles record to 7-5 on the season. "This was our biggest win of the year," SPHS coach Scott Ricke said. "Cascade beat us in the conference tournament two weeks ago by over 20 strokes...
Dorothy R. Gaul (05/25/07)
. Dorothy R. Gaul, 66, Fillmore, died Tuesday. She was employed at Catapillar in Peoria, Ill., for 20 years, and at the Hoosier Market in Fillmore for five years. Surviving are a daughter, Niki R. Allen and husband Mike; and two grandsons. Arrangements are being handled by Bell Mortuary and Crematory, Indianapolis...
Daniel Williams (05/25/07)
. Daniel Williams, 45, Fillmore, died Wednesday in Greencastle after a lengthy illness. Surviving are his wife, Karen Jordan Williams; sister Debbie Dixon; three halfsisters and stepsisters and brothers. He was preceded in death by his parents. A memorial service is set for 5 p.m. Sunday at Bethel Baptist Church, 7484 E. Rangeline Rd., Fillmore, with Pastor Bob Newlin officiating...