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Stories from Monday, August 28, 2006

Ivy Tech students numbers increase (08/28/06)
One of two major institutions for post-secondary education in Greencastle, Ivy Tech State College has reported an increase in student enrollment based on the first day of classes for the the fall 2006 semester. In a report released Aug. 23, Ivy Tech officials said the college hit a record high for the first day of classes with 69,803 students enrolled statewide on Monday, Aug. 21. This translates to a 6.9 percent increases over last year...
Greencastle senior takes part in Operation Catapult at Rose-Hulman (08/28/06)
Rena Warren isn't afraid to take on new challenges. She isn't afraid to think outside of the box, either. This summer, the Greencastle High School senior had to think outside of the box. Warren spent three weeks of her summer at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, learning about engineering and science through the university's Operation Catapult program...
New family program offered (08/28/06)
Participants of local programs, such as Putnam County's Healthy Families and Domestic Violence programs, are working to improve the lives of families within the community. Many of these families struggle to make ends meet, and items many people take for granted, such as baby wipes, "clear" or baby laundry detergent, among other items, are luxuries...
'Healthy Parks, Healthy People' coming to Lieber (08/28/06)
Be part of the "Healthy Parks, Healthy People," initiative at Lieber State Recreation Area's March to the Marsh from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Sept. 9. The day will include a variety of interpretive activities. At 10 a.m., introductions will take place and March to the Marsh INShape walk will begin...
Donald Hugh Carson (08/28/06)
Donald Hugh Carson, 70, Indianapolis, died Thursday. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of George G. Carson and Georgia R. Smith Szentivanyl. He retired in 1997 from National Starch Company. Survivors include his stepmother Eileen Carson, half-sisters Stephanie Elkin, Shirley Ling, and Denise Fries; several nieces and nephews...
Jan. 5, 1944-Aug. 25, 2006 (08/28/06)
Joan Hatfield, 62, Greencastle, died Friday at her residence. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Ira Butler and Alice Elzada (Brown) Stout. She was a homemaker and artist, doing saddle restorations. Survivors include her mother Alice Elzada (Brown) Stout, Greencastle; her husband William (Bill) Hatfield, sons Andrew Wyeth Hatfield and wife Jolene, Evansville, and Thomas Kyle Hatfield and wife Andrea, Lebanon; daughter Melissa Dawn Deal and husband Timothy, Avon; brothers Ira Stout Jr. ...
March 2, 1916-Aug. 25, 2006 (08/28/06)
Sadie R. Sheehy, 90, Indianapolis, formerly of Cloverdale, died Friday at Community East Hospital, Indianapolis. Born in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of George and Della (Dove) Morgan. She married Thomas J. Sheehy on June 4, 1943. He preceded her in death on Oct. 25, 1977...