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Stories from Thursday, September 20, 2007

Series of three election debates slated in Cloverdale (09/20/07)
Cloverdale resident Delight Coy has stood in her voting booth and not known who to vote for on the town council more times than she'd like to admit. But the five-member board has been so divisive in recent years, she said, that she and neighbor Gloria Bergstrom decided the stakes were too high for Cloverdale voters to not know their candidates...
Delays continue to hamper water line project in city (09/20/07)
Remembering the forgotten ones (09/20/07)
It doesn't take a lot of family resources for children to attend school. But for some kids whose parents don't have money to spare, a lack of routine health care and basic necessities can get in the way of education. They just need a little extra help, sometimes...
New trend emerges in the tracing of family history (09/20/07)
A new trend is emerging in the genealogy field. For those rabid ancestor hunters there is a new method to determine who your relations really are available in the form of DNA Networking. If you don't believe great uncle Arnie who talked to invisible friends and dressed strangely is really your uncle you can check his DNA...
Fun at the festival (09/20/07)
Cougars drop contest with Speedway (09/20/07)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Writer The North Putnam girls' soccer team dropped its contest with visiting Speedway Thursday night. The Cougars lost to the Sparkplugs 7-1. "I'm proud of the fact that for such a young and inexperienced group, they keep playing hard," North Putnam head coach Scott Spencer said. "They want to be right there and that's a credit to them. They work hard and try their best."...
GHS runners take honors at Cascade (09/20/07)
CLAYTON -- The Greencastle boys' and girls' cross country teams traveled to Cascade to face the Cadets, Owen Valley and Tri-West Wednesday night. The boys won the event with a total of 28 points and the girls came in first with a total of 27 points...
GHS boys tennis defeats Linton (09/20/07)
LINTON -- The Greencastle boys' tennis team swept their singles matches to help propel the squad to a 4-1 victory over Linton Thursday night. In singles action, No. 1 singles Sam Hirt defeated George Firtch 6-0 and 6-1, while No. 2 singles player Brennan Burks downed Seth Herndon 6-3 and 6-2. Rounding out the singles action, Eric Warren downed Kris Shipman in straight sets 6-0 and 6-0...
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