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Stories from Monday, August 13, 2007

Bainbridge Town Council approves salary ordinance (08/13/07)
Salaries and wages were set for the Bainbridge Town Council and other employees at Wednesday night's Town Council meeting. The board also approved the first reading of an ordinance regarding travel expenses for town employees. Salaries approved included the town council board members, who will receive $2,280 a year paid at a rate of $190 per month. ...
Rotary seeking world travelers (08/13/07)
The Central Indiana Rotary District 6560 is seeking individuals who are interested in joining the 2008 Group Study Exchange (GSE) to Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania & Uganda. This unique cultural and vocational exchange offers young business professionals the opportunity to travel for a memorable and life changing four-week tour all expenses-paid...
Cloverdale Lions Club seeking nominations for civic award (08/13/07)
The Cloverdale Lions Club is looking for people who have made a positive difference in the Cloverdale community. The club is seeking nominations for the Cloverdale Civic Award now through noon Wednesday. The award is meant to recognize the many people in the town who donate their time and money to make the community a better place to live, a Lion's Club media release said...
'Grand Finale' concert Wednesday at Gobin (08/13/07)
Virtuoso Chilean pianist Eugenio Urrutia will perform the "grand finale" concert of the 2007 Greencastle Summer Classical Music Festival, set for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Aug. 15 in Gobin United Methodist Church.  Admission is free.  York Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Greencastle has been the Festival's major underwriter this summer, with additional support from the DePauw School of Music, Fine Print Books, the Walden Inn and Conference Center, other local businesses, and many individual donors...
Greencastle businesses anticipating return of DPU students (08/13/07)
They're coming. And their wallets are open. As DePauw University students trickle back to Greencastle in advance of new student orientation Saturday, merchants around campus are looking forward to seeing them -- and the influx of money and business that they bring...
Putnam County Girls' Soccer Previews (08/13/07)
Depleted Cougar squad looking forward to a successful season By CAINE GARDNER, Sports Writer After graduation took away its top two scorers and diminished its defensive presence, the North Putnam Cougar girls' soccer team is looking to rebuild, but rebuild with the sole purpose of winning...
Illa Gwen Collins Witt (08/13/07)
Illa Gwen Collins Witt, 76, died Saturday. Born in Morning View, Ky., she was the daughter of Marion Francis and Anna Mae Carlisle Collins. She married James E. Witt on Oct. 31, 1953, and he survives. She was a 1949 graduate of Simon Kenton High School and later attended beautician school in Kentucky. She was a telephone operator for Southwestern or Cincinnati Bell in Ohio and worked at Asbury Towers in Greencastle for 33 years...
Lola "Peg" Hardman Parrish (08/13/07)
Lola Margaret "Peg" Hardman Parrish, 88, Greencastle, died Monday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Cloverland, near Brazil, she was the daughter of William Martin and Blanche Kauble Hardman. She married Robert Joseph Parrish on Sept. 14, 1938. He preceded her in death...
Fire scanner for Aug. 14, 2007 (08/13/07)
Greencastle Fire Dept. The Greencastle Fire Department responded to several recent runs. On Sunday: On Monday: They returned to the station at 8:35 p.m. Correction In the Aug. 8 BannerGraphic story "Seven slots unopposed for Nov. 6 election," the candidates for Fillmore Town Council Ward Two were missing...
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