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Stories from Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Opportunities, challenges (05/30/06)
First in a five-part series on the results of the Hometown Greencastle Alliance survey. How can Greencastle capitalize on the westward growth of the Indianapolis metropolitan area, and at the same time, distinguish itself from other west side communities? How can Greencastle improve its image? Stabilize its economic foundations? Build a better sense of community? And how can Greencastle make the short list of places people consider as they make decisions about where they want to live and raise their families?. ...
State police arrest man for trafficking at PCF (05/30/06)
A Chicago man was arrested Friday for attempting to bring marijuana into the Putnamville Correctional Facility. Jason E. Moore, 19, was arrested by Indiana State Police at the prison's visitor entrance building when marijuana was found on the inmate he had been visiting, a man he claimed was his cousin...
Cougars take care of Cadets, 9-0 (05/30/06)
CLAYTON - It was business as usual for the North Putnam High School baseball squad on Monday as the Cougars advanced to the second round of postseason action, knocking off Cascade, 9-0, in the first round of the Class 2A Cascade Sectional. The Cougars used a five-run fifth inning to ensure the victory and took advantage of five Cadet errors in the process...
Tiger Cubs advance to semifinalstitle> By TRAVIS CURRY For The BannerGraphic ELLETTSVILLE -- Greencastle earned the right to meet Edgewood in Thursday's sectional semifinal after a hard-fought, 4-3 win Monday afternoon over Owen Valley (05/30/06)
Tiger Cubs advance to semifinalstitle> By TRAVIS CURRY For The BannerGraphic ELLETTSVILLE -- Greencastle earned the right to meet Edgewood in Thursday's sectional semifinal after a hard-fought, 4-3 win Monday afternoon over Owen Valley. The Tiger Cubs avenged a regular season, 13-10 loss to the Patriots by capitalizing on a passed ball and a ball lost in the sun that led to two runs in the third and forced the Patriots (12-13) to play from behind...
Clovers move to second round (05/30/06)
CLAYTON - Managing to keep ahead of their opponent all game, the Cloverdale High School baseball team advanced to the semifinals of the Cascade Sectional on Monday after knocking off Tri-West, 5-0. The Clovers (15-13) will face South Putnam in Thursday's first semifinal game at 5:30 p.m...
Cougars take care of Cadets, 9-0 (05/30/06)
CLAYTON - It was business as usual for the North Putnam High School baseball squad on Monday as the Cougars advanced to the second round of postseason action, knocking off Cascade, 9-0, in the first round of the Class 2A Cascade Sectional. The Cougars used a five-run fifth inning to ensure the victory and took advantage of five Cadet errors in the process...
Tiger Cubs advance to semifinalstitle> By TRAVIS CURRY For The BannerGraphic ELLETTSVILLE -- Greencastle earned the right to meet Edgewood in Thursday's sectional semifinal after a hard-fought, 4-3 win Monday afternoon over Owen Valley (05/30/06)
Tiger Cubs advance to semifinalstitle> By TRAVIS CURRY For The BannerGraphic ELLETTSVILLE -- Greencastle earned the right to meet Edgewood in Thursday's sectional semifinal after a hard-fought, 4-3 win Monday afternoon over Owen Valley. The Tiger Cubs avenged a regular season, 13-10 loss to the Patriots by capitalizing on a passed ball and a ball lost in the sun that led to two runs in the third and forced the Patriots (12-13) to play from behind...
Clovers move to second round (05/30/06)
CLAYTON - Managing to keep ahead of their opponent all game, the Cloverdale High School baseball team advanced to the semifinals of the Cascade Sectional on Monday after knocking off Tri-West, 5-0. The Clovers (15-13) will face South Putnam in Thursday's first semifinal game at 5:30 p.m...
Cougars take care of Cadets, 9-0 (05/30/06)
CLAYTON - It was business as usual for the North Putnam High School baseball squad on Monday as the Cougars advanced to the second round of postseason action, knocking off Cascade, 9-0, in the first round of the Class 2A Cascade Sectional. The Cougars used a five-run fifth inning to ensure the victory and took advantage of five Cadet errors in the process...
Tiger Cubs advance to semifinalstitle> By TRAVIS CURRY For The BannerGraphic ELLETTSVILLE -- Greencastle earned the right to meet Edgewood in Thursday's sectional semifinal after a hard-fought, 4-3 win Monday afternoon over Owen Valley (05/30/06)
Tiger Cubs advance to semifinalstitle> By TRAVIS CURRY For The BannerGraphic ELLETTSVILLE -- Greencastle earned the right to meet Edgewood in Thursday's sectional semifinal after a hard-fought, 4-3 win Monday afternoon over Owen Valley. The Tiger Cubs avenged a regular season, 13-10 loss to the Patriots by capitalizing on a passed ball and a ball lost in the sun that led to two runs in the third and forced the Patriots (12-13) to play from behind...
Clovers move to second round (05/30/06)
CLAYTON - Managing to keep ahead of their opponent all game, the Cloverdale High School baseball team advanced to the semifinals of the Cascade Sectional on Monday after knocking off Tri-West, 5-0. The Clovers (15-13) will face South Putnam in Thursday's first semifinal game at 5:30 p.m...
Jan. 14, 1931-May 29, 2006 (05/30/06)
Murlin E. (Rossok) Handy, 75, died Monday at Mill Pond Helath Campus. Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Pearl and Edward Rossok. A 1948 graduate of Greencastle High School, she earned a registered nurse degree from Indianapolis Methodist Hospital, graduating in 1951. She was a nurse at Methodist and Putnam County hospitals...
April 5, 1910-May 27, 2006 (05/30/06)
Eunice C. Mackall, 96, Russellville, died Saturday at Indiana Masonic Home. Born near Portland Mills, she was the daughter of Robert Bert and Eva (Spencer) Harbison. She was a 1928 graduate of Russellville High School and retired from RCA at Bloomington. She was a member of Russellville Community Church, Waveland Order of Eastern Star, Russellville American Legion Auxiliary and Pythian Sisters...
May 31, 1923-May 25, 2006 (05/30/06)
Charles Tongret, 82, Augusta, Ky., died Thursday at Maysville Nursing Facility. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of Stewart and Anne Tongret. He graduated from New Palestine High School in 1941, in studied engineering at Kansas State University and was enrolled in the Air Force Officer Training Program until it closed in 1943. ...
Feb. 1, 1924-May 28, 2006 (05/30/06)
Helen J. Butcher, 82, Gosport, died Sunday. Born in Tulip, Ind., she was the daughter of Lee Smith and Lizzy (Norris) Smith Owens. She was a homemaker and had worked at Cloverdale Nursing Home. she was also a member of Bible Baptist Church. She married Paul Blaker, who preceded her in death. She then married Johnnie Butcher, who survives...