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Stories from Monday, October 2, 2006

October starts with warmer temperatures (10/02/06)
We've all heard the saying, "all good things must come to an end." But when it comes to the weather, there seems to be a slight glitch around this time every year. Call it a second summer or the last hurrah before winter, but after a warm weekend, weather forecasters have predicted an even warmer start to the week...
Clerk announces absentee voting, registration rules (10/02/06)
Absentee voting will be available for the Nov. 7 General Election beginning Tuesday, Oct. 10 and continuing until noon Monday, Nov. 6. Any Putnam County registered voter may vote in advance on the second floor of the Putnam County Courthouse from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday...
Kroger Plaza sees revived activity (10/02/06)
Months after workers completed construction of a new retail center next to Kroger in Greencastle, sporadic activity has begun to sprout up inside some of the empty store fronts. In the last few weeks, signs advertising the spaces for lease have been removed in four of the nine available slots...
Tiger women net field hockey victory (10/02/06)
DANVILLE, Ky. -- The DePauw University women's field hockey team remained perfect in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference on Saturday after knocking off Centre on the road, 4-2. The Colonels dropped to 3-4 overall and 1-2 in the SCAC. Allison Baccich scored three goals for the Tigers while Becca Gaines added the fourth...
Simpson made big impact this fall It's been a long and interesting ride for North Putnam senior Alyssa Simpson (10/02/06)
Simpson made big impact this fall It's been a long and interesting ride for North Putnam senior Alyssa Simpson. The Cougars' lone golfer entered the 2006 season hoping to get back to the regional after having made it in her junior year. She ended the season having made a trip to the IHSAA girls' golf state finals at the Legends of Indiana in Franklin...
Tigers take down Chicago on gridiron (10/02/06)
CHICAGO -- After scoring on its first two possessions Saturday, the DePauw University football squad cruised to its third win of the season, downing Chicago on the road 31-6. DePauw had a 31-0 lead through three quarters Saturday en route to the win...
DePauw golf roundup (10/02/06)
WABASH -- The DePauw University men's golf squad shot a 614, finishing seven strokes behind Illinois Wesleyan in second place at the Manchester Fall Invitational during weekend action. Jordan Voss, Josh Abrams and Peter Haller each shot a 152 to tie for fourth place while Jon Clevenger had a 159 to tie for 19th. Matt Calby also had a 161 to tie for 22nd...
No. 22 DPU women stay perfect in SCAC (10/02/06)
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- On Sunday, the 22nd-ranked DePauw University women's soccer team improved to 7-2 overall and 2-0 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference after picking up a 3-2 win over Rhodes. Bridget Nicholson gave the Lynx a 1-0 lead at 33:09 before DePauw's Lauren DeSilveira tied with 25 seconds left in the first half...
DePauw men beat Rhodes on soccer field (10/02/06)
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The DePauw University men's soccer team moved its season record to 5-3, including 2-0 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, on Sunday, following a 5-2 win over Rhodes. Nick and Scott Noel each scored two goals and Jeremy Rielley added another in addition to one assist. The Tigers had a 2-0 lead at halftime and extended the margin to 5-0 midway through the second half...
March 12, 1936-Oct. 1, 2006 (10/02/06)
William Hughes, 70, Roachdale, passed away at his residence Sunday. Born at Pittsboro, he was the son of William Acy Hughes and Lillian Maude Hooser Hughes. He graduated from Roachdale High School in 1954 and was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He had worked as a deliveryman for Meadow Gold Dairy for 22 years and later worked for Indiana State Highway Dept...