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Stories from Tuesday, May 9, 2006

Trial to begin Wednesday in beating case (05/09/06)
By SARAH LIPPS Staff Writer Jury selection is set to begin Wednesday morning in the trial of a Greencastle man accused of beating another man in the head with a golf club. Kent Jermaine Jackson, 31, will face charges in Putnam Circuit Court of battery by means of a deadly weapon and battery resulting in serious bodily injury for the June 8 beating of Bobby Coffey, Greencastle...
Therapists may be on call for Cloverdale (05/09/06)
Lisa Bishop said she just wants to make things easier for Cloverdale High School administrators. On Monday, representatives from Cummins Behavioral Health Systems paid a visit to the Cloverdale Community School Board, offering the corporation the chance to have on-site therapists for students dealing with emotional problems...
Rumors debunked on traffic stop (05/09/06)
Allegations of drunk driving against a Putnam County police official are being declared false by Hendricks County authorities. Amo Town Marshal Ed Bradley told the BannerGraphic, "There's nothing to it" on claims that Putnam Sheriff Mark Frisbie was stopped for drunk driving in Amo on March 26...
July 8, 1943-May 8, 2006 (05/09/06)
Dorothy Joan "Jo" Twigg, 62, Cloverdale, died Monday evening at The Waters of Greencastle nursing home. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Keith and Dorothy W. (Jenkins) Stevens. She was a homemaker and also worked as a cook at Sunset Manor and Asbury Towers nursing homes. She also worked at the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity at DePauw University. She was a graduate of Greencastle High School Class of 1961...
June 26, 1934-May 6, 2006 (05/09/06)
Billy Pursell, 71, Greencastle, died Saturday at St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. Born in Putnam County, he was the son of Carl and Dortha (Beck) Pursell. A 1953 graduate of Greencastle High School, he was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He retired in 1987 from IBM Corp. ...
Died May 7, 2006 (05/09/06)
Billy Ray Phillips, 56, Reelsville, died Sunday at St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. Arrangements are pending at French Funeral Home, Brazil.