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Harry Potter leaps out of new book, takes over library

July 26, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

Gavin Bailey, 10,  is given the Sorting Hat by children</p>
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Payne says people want a change in Greenwood

July 26, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

David A. Payne, running as an independent candidate, wants to be mayor.By Mike Alexander

GREENWOOD — David A. Payne, a former police captain, is running against his former boss in the race for mayor of Greenwood.
Charles E. Henderson, completing his third term as mayor of this city of nearly 50,000 inhabitants, was police chief when Payne was on the force.
Henderson eked out a 400-vote victory over businessman Mike Campbell in the May 6 primary election. Now, Payne comes forward as an independent candidate and could push the incumbent to a down-to-the wire finish in the Nov. 6 general election.
Payne, 52, is a 1973 graduate of Greenwood High School. He and wife Garnet have owned for 10 years Winchester Place, 300 N. Madison Ave. Located in Old Towne, it is a beautiful section of the community, with a picturesque pond swimming with geese and fish, and rolling grassy areas accented with flowers, shrubs and trees. Read the rest of this entry →

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Tax crisis affectign real people

July 26, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

INDIANAPOLIS

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Demolition Derby headlines fair

July 26, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

Nadeen Biddinger is a 4-H</p>
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Maslowski named chamber executive

July 26, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

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RDC presents status of projects

July 26, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

By Mike Alexander
BEECH GROVE

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A pet toad has moved in

July 26, 2007 in Outdoors by tbs

mugmull.jpgBy Norma Jean Mull
We have a small toad that decided to take up residence in our front landscaping. He is about the size of a small plum and doesn

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Local swimmer goes for gold

July 26, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

mckeehan.jpgBy Kristin Hines
Center Grove High School Senior Michelle McKeehan has won two gold medals at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
Last week, McKeehan placed first in the women’s 100-meter breakstroke, beating a Canadian woman who had set the Pan Am record in the prelim’s. McKeehan’s second medal came Sunday, after she helped the U.S. team win the women’s 400-meter medley relay.
As of Sunday, the United States led the Pan American games with a total of 141 medals. McKeehan’s next venture will be July 31 – Aug. 4, back home at the Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) natatorium, where she will compete in the ConocoPhillips USA Swimming Championships.

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My uh … Senior Moments

July 26, 2007 in Opinion by tbs

mugredmond.jpgLately I have been having

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Bare feet made for walking

July 26, 2007 in Opinion by tbs

mugeastburn.jpgMuch of the time, I am barefoot. In fact, I can