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Stories from Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Council candidates debate county issues (04/25/06)
Candidates for Putnam County Council and Commissioners will debate local issues when the Greencastle League of Women Voters and WGRE-FM hosts a Candidate's Forum for the upcoming primary election from 7-9 p.m. tonight in Watson Forum at DePauw University's Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media...
Annual show benefits shelter (04/25/06)
Come "casual" and enjoy the third annual Hoosier Home Companion Show, Friday, April 28 at the DePauw University tennis and tract facility. The 6:30 p.m. silent auction and cocktail hour will feature music by DPU Fuzzy Head Jazz Quartet, a cash bar with light snacks (no meal this year), and a variety of items offered for the silent auction bidding with all proceeds donated to the A-Way Home Shelter...
Family touched by cancer gives back to Relay (04/25/06)
John Brackney's reputation spoke for itself. Whether it be his military service, the successful way in which he ran the Brackney feed mill and then the Western Store in Greencastle, or how he raised his four children, he always seemed to have the respect of the community...
Support sought for local plan (04/25/06)
Greencastle residents who signed a petition supporting the construction of a professional office building at the entrance to their Tennessee Street neighborhood may be asked to do a little more. At Monday night's meeting of the Greencastle Plan Commission, officials with Carpenter real estate company asked the board to consider rezoning a 1.25-acre empty lot, at the intersection of State Road 240 and Tennessee Street, from residential to Professional Business district (PB)...
Sept. 23, 1923-April 23, 2006 (04/25/06)
Inez Lee Myers, 82, Reelsville, died Sunday at her residence. Born in Lee County, Va., she was the daughter of Edgar and Myrtie (Peters) Bartley. A retired dispatcher for France Stone, she was a member of Big Walnut Baptist Church at Reelsville. She married Mike Myers, who preceded her in death in 1998...
June 6, 1914-April 23, 2006 (04/25/06)
Leona Kenesson, 91, Greencastle, died Sunday morning at Asbury Towers Retirement Home. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Lawrence Theodore "Ted" and Florence Snider. She married Frank Kenesson in 1939. He died in 1985. The couple resided in the Detroit area, Philadelphia, New York, and Georgia. She was a homemaker, lifetime member of P.E.O. and was also a member of the Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church...
Dec. 5, 1925-April 24, 2006 (04/25/06)
Ellen Irene Alexander, 80, Coatesville, died Mon-day morning at Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. Born in Clay County, she was the daughter of John Edgar and Laura Ester (Harrington) Gummere. A graduate of Cory High School, she had been a homemaker and worked at several businesses. She was a member of Fillmore Christian Church and Club Sixteen Extension Home-makers, Fillmore...
Oct. 16, 1937-April 21, 2006 (04/25/06)
Radford "Fred" Kimber-ling, 69, Danville, died Friday at Danville Regional Rehabilitation Center. Born in Richmond, Va., he was the son of Thomas Franklin and Ethel Tomlinson Kimberling. He was a bricklayer. Surviving are three daughters, Debbie Hoskins, Jamestown, Ann Benge, Roachdale, and Laura Chadwick, Crawfordsville; three brothers, Gary Kimberling and Sam Kimberling, both of Greencastle, and Hubert "Jim" Kimberling, Poland; sister Nancy Collins, Dan-ville; 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.. ...
April 28, 1923-April 23, 2006 (04/25/06)
Trilba M. Young, 82, Nashville, died Sunday. Born in Claypool, she was the daughter of Raymond and Audrey (Decker) Cauffman. A graduate of Claypool High School, she was a 1945 graduate of the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing. A registered nurse for more than 45 years, she worked at several central Indiana hospitals including Methodist, St. Vincent and Putnam County hospitals...
Micky Logan Vance (04/25/06)
Micky Logan Vance, 18, Roachdale, died Monday at his residence. Arrangements are pending at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home, Greencastle.