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Stories from Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Trial date moved (10/18/06)
By AMANDA ROACH Staff Writer A jury trial has been rescheduled for the Center Point man charged in connection with the June 4 automobile accident that killed a Putnam County teen. Putnam County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Don VanDerMoere told the BannerGraphic that Michael William Knight's original jury trial was scheduled for Tuesday. It was moved to 9 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5 after defense attorney Darrell Felling filed a motion of continuance on Sept. 20...
Town looks at insurance options for its employees (10/18/06)
Town employees could buy into a new health insurance plan presented recently to the Roachdale Town Counci. Jeff Rudes of HBG Insurance, who represents Roachdale employees as their health insurance agent, explained the town has a renewal coming up on Dec. 1, and that Anthem Blue Cross is raising its rates up 20 percent...
Volunteers needed for project day (10/18/06)
DePauw University's Hartman House will sponsor the 2006 Greencastle Make A Difference Week on Monday, Oct. 23 to Saturday, Oct, 28 with a variety of events on campus culminating in a Make A Difference Day project on Saturday. This national day of service and volunteerism will involve community members and DePauw students...
DPU takes down Earlham (10/18/06)
RICHMOND -- The DePauw University field hockey team earned a 6-1 victory at Earlham Tuesday to improve to 8-5 on the season. Becca Gaines and Allison Baccich each scored twice in the game. Gaines and Jen Snow put the Tigers ahead 2-0 in the first half. Beth Seegers had the assist on the first goal...
Eagles drop sectional opener (10/18/06)
LIZTON -- The South Putnam volleyball team's season ended with a loss to Tri-West in sectional action Tuesday, but the Eagles didn't go down without a fight. SPHS lost the match in three games, 22-25, 20-25, 18-25. South Putnam never led in the match's opening game, but they were able to keep the contest with the Bruins close. Tri-West jumped out to a 3-0 lead before a kill from Shelby Johnston put the Eagles on the board...
Sept. 30, 1912-Oct. 14, 2006 (10/18/06)
Charlotte Martha Muenster, 94, formerly of Clay County, died early Saturday at Asbury Towers, Greencastle. Born in Clay County, she was the daughter of Ernest and Elizabeth (Meyer) Fischer. A 1931 graduate of Bowling Green High School, she was a 1933 graduate of Indiana State Teachers College and received her bachelor's degree from ISU in 1960 and a master's degree in 1967. ...
June 8, 1914-Oct. 17, 2006 (10/18/06)
Wilma Lee Hine, 92, Eminence, died Tuesday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Morgan County, she was the daughter of Addison Clay and Ethel Effie (Cummins) Clarkston. A homemaker, she was a member of Eminence Christian Church. She married Scott Cecil Hine on Jan. 25, 1934. He died Dec. 29, 1988...
Nov. 7, 1932-Oct. 12, 2006 (10/18/06)
Richard L. Stuart, 73, Fillmore, died Thursday. Born at Indianapolis, he was the son of Sammuel and Fay (McCullough) Stuart. A U.S. Navy veteran, he served from 1950-53. He was a self-employed landscaper and carpenter. He had been married for 44 years to Evelyn Nichols Stuart. She survives...