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Stories from Thursday, May 31, 2007

Native celebration of area land (05/31/07)
Preparations have already begun for an All Nations Gathering for Native Americans hosted by the Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana this weekend. The event -- the first of its kind -- will kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday and conclude Sunday. It will take place on 150 acres of farmland donated by former Putnam County resident Stan Calvert...
Several streets targeted for striping project (05/31/07)
The Greencastle Department of Public Works intends to continue striping on city streets, a process that could continue until mid-June, said Greencastle Street Commissioner Paul Wilson. According to Wilson, the department hopes to begin striping on Arlington Street, moving to East Franklin Street and ending on Albin Pond Road...
McCall signing book Saturday at Fine Print (05/31/07)
A book signing by Jeff McCall, professor of communication at DePauw University, is planned for 2-3 p.m. Saturday at Fine Print Bookstore in downtown Greencastle. McCall wrote "Viewer Discretion Advised: Taking Control of Mass Media Influences," to show where media have gone wrong and what the public should do about it...
Boy, 12, injured in ATV wreck (05/31/07)
A 12-year-old Putnam County boy is recovering at home after the ATV he was riding Wednesday morning overturned, injuring his leg. The cuts to Eric Davis' leg may have appeared more severe than they actually were, according to Patty Lehr who called 911 after being alerted to the accident on her property near Heritage Lake...
Weatherford confident in title-defense (05/31/07)
The boys' state track finals are slated for Friday at Indiana University's Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex and Greencastle senior Andy Weatherford will attempt to add a third state title to his already impressive resumé. Weatherford is seeded eighth but if history is an indicator, he is just sizing up his competition. ...
Cougars play well on sectional course, set another record (05/31/07)
Staff reports MARTINSVILLE -- The North Putnam golf team played its regular-season finale at Martinsville Golf Club Thursday, defeating the homestanding Artesians, 308-317, in an 18-hole match. The Cougars final dual match record was 15-2. The 308 broke the 18-hole school record the team set earlier this season at the WCC...