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Stories from Monday, June 5, 2006

State champion! (06/05/06)
BLOOMINGTON -- Perhaps Andy Weatherford has a flare for the dramatic. One year after winning the 1,600-meter race in the Indiana High School Athletic Association Boys' State Track and Field Championships with a leap, Weatherford did it again on Saturday, barely slipping by Warren Central's De'Sean Turner with another leap...
Teen kiled in Sunday crash (06/05/06)
A former South Putnam High School student died early Sunday in a one-vehicle crash that also injured two other passengers. And another former South Putnam student faces felony charges in relation to her death in the accident. Elizabeth N. Wehrheim, 19, died following the 3 a.m. crash on CR 1000 South at CR 200 West...
Stewart finds fun in 'Big Pain' (06/05/06)
The odds certainly didn't seem to be in favor of Rachel Stewart when her mother, Amy Stewart entered her into the "Excedrin Biggest Pain of the Week" sweepstakes contest to win $5,000. However, contest officials picked the Greencastle resident's name from among the other 75,000 contestants for the cash prize and a three-day, two-night trip to Los Angeles which included being in the live studio audience for the final taping of "The Apprentice" at the Orpheum Theater...
Clarence E. Trigg (06/05/06)
Clarence E. Trigg, 69, Indianapolis, formerly of Greencastle, died Friday in Indianapolis. Funeral arrangements are pending in Indianapolis.
Nov. 10, 1916-June 3, 2006 (06/05/06)
Lily May Hepler, 89, Terre Haute, formerly of Greencastle, died Saturday at Davis Gardens Health Center. Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Layman and Anna May (Rissler) Hepler. A retired teacher for Greencastle schools, she was a member of Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church, National Retired Teachers Association and Indiana Retired Teachers Association...
Sept. 23, 1928-June 4, 2006 (06/05/06)
Virginia C. Proctor, 77, Greencastle, died Sunday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Donald and Helen (White) Clifford. She was a graduate of Fillmore High School, and had been a cook for several years at DePauw University, as well as a nursing assistant at Putnam County Hospital...