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Stories from Friday, February 10, 2006

Tiger Sharks dominate County (02/10/06)
On a day both school records and meet records were shattered, the Greencastle boys' swim team dominated the Putnam County Meet at South Putnam. The Tiger Sharks took first place in all but one event in the competition, racking up 320 team points. South Putnam finished second with 179, while North Putnam scored 121...
Knights defeat Eagles, 59-42 (02/10/06)
Thursday night, the South Putnam Eagles boys' basketball team hosted Class 4A powerhouse Northview. Before the game began, South Putnam was awarded a special award banner from the Indiana High School Athletic Association and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute...
Cougars fall to Rockville, 61-59 (02/10/06)
Despite Jake Mullis and Riley McGaughey combining for 43 points, the North Putnam boys' varsity basketball team couldn't get past a young and tough Rockville team Thursday. The Rox defeated the Cougars, 61-59, in a last-minute thriller at Rockville...
Clovers knock off South Vermillion (02/10/06)
CLINTON -- The Cloverdale High School boys' basketball team ended its two-game road show Thursday night with a big win. The Clovers picked up their second road win in a row Thursday, when they defeated South Vermillion 71-60. After the first quarter wen Cloverdale outscored the Wildcats 21-10, it looked like it was going to be a typical Cloverdale basketball game, but it wasn't...
March 6, 1933-Feb. 10, 2006 (02/10/06)
Emily S. Cox, 72, Greencastle, formerly of Greencastle, died Friday at her residence. Born in Greer, S.C., she was the daughter of Matthew and Katie (Eskew) Sloan. A 1951 graduate of Greenville High School in South Carolina, she had worked at the Kroger store in Greencastle for more than 30 years, retiring in 1995. She was a member of the Greenwood Christian Church...
March 12, 1952-Feb. 9, 2006 (02/10/06)
Shirley J. Hemmerling, 53, Brazil, died Thursday at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born in Parke County, she was the daughter of John and Mary (Braden) Batchelor. She had worked as a certified nurse's assistant for more than 10 years, and had recently begun working at Southwood Health and Rehabilitation in Terre Haute. She had worked at several nursing homes in the Brazil and Greencastle areas...
Died Feb. 9, 2005 (02/10/06)
Mary Frances Sankey Harcourt, 84, Indianapolis, died Thursday. She had been a registered nurse, working more than 53 years in several area hospitals including Community Hospital, VA Hospital and the RN Registry. She had also been a real estate agent, and was a member of Warren Park Wesleyan Church, National Board of Realtors and past president of Irvington Kiwanis...
March 30, 1916-Feb. 2, 2006 (02/10/06)
Geneva F. Jones, 89, Coatesville, died Thursday at Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. Born in Lexington, Ind., she was the daughter of Otis and Mary (Wilson) Pattison. She married Earl Jones, who died in 1966. She had worked in stock at L.S. Ayres for 15 years, and in cleaning at the Shangrala Health Resort in Florida for 10 years. She was a member of Coatesville United Methodist Church...