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Stories from Thursday, October 26, 2006

Two airlifted after one-car crash (10/26/06)
A Greencastle teen faces criminal charges following an early Thursday crash that left two people in critical condition in Indianapolis hospitals. Dennise L. Smetzer, 37, Stilesville, was airlifted via Air Evac helicopter to Wishard Memorial Hospital with extensive head trauma. Her daughter, Susan Tincher, 20, Greencastle, was airlifted to Methodist Hospital with severe head trauma and leg injuries. Both women remained hospitalized later Thursday morning...
Construction continues for ethanol plant (10/26/06)
Officials with Altra Indiana LLC recently announced development on the 147-acre ethanol production facility in Cloverdale is ongoing. The facility -- a $170 million project -- is expected to be one of the state's largest ethanol production services upon completion...
Cougars to face familiar foe in second round (10/26/06)
When the undefeated North Putnam Cougars' football team takes the field for its sectional semifinal game Friday it will face a familiar opponent. The Cougars will take on North Montgomery (8-2) on the road in their quest to reach the sectional championship game for the first time since 2003...
GHS to face Warriors in semifinal (10/26/06)
Greencastle High School's football team will play its first second-round sectional game in 15 years Friday when it heads to Danville. The Tiger Cubs (7-3) advanced to the tournament's second round last week with a thrilling 14-9 victory over Brebeuf Jesuit in Indianapolis...
Cloverdale, Cascade to battle for sectional finals berth Friday (10/26/06)
After Cloverdale High School's football team defeated South Vermillion last week to advance to the second round of sectional action, coach Jamie Steffy said his team took a lot of pride in moving on. But there is little time for pride or celebration now as the Clovers (3-7) will face conference rival Cascade (9-1) at home Friday night...
Delight E. Lee (10/26/06)
Nov. 11, 1909-Oct. 23, 2006 Delight E. Lee, 97, Greencastle, formerly of Blackford County, died Monday at Putnam County Hospital. She was the daughter of Willard B. and Ola A. (Brotherton) Ely. She was a past member of the Church of God and Royal Blue Club, both of Blackford County, and was a member of Montpelier Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star...
Crystal Hutcheson Willoughby (10/26/06)
Crystal Hutcheson Willoughby, 90, Greencastle, died Wednesday at Mill Pond Health Campus. Arrangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt.
Voris A. Etcheson (10/26/06)
July 20, 1918-Oct. 25, 2006 Voris A. Etcheson, 88, Crawfordsville, formerly of Bainbridge, died Wednesday at Williamsburg Healthcare, Crawfordsville. Born in Bainbridge, he was the son of Clarence Lee and Zella Marie (Anderson) Etcheson. A 1937 graduate of Bainbridge High School, he was a U.S. Air Force veteran, serving from February 1942 to September 1945 as a sergeant...
Jerry L. Cox (10/26/06)
March 15, 1935-Oct. 25, 2006 Jerry L. Cox, 71, Greencastle, died Wednesday morning at St. Vincent Clay Hospital, Brazil. Born in Huntingburg, he was the son of Tonny Walker and Frances Louise (Schmeltkope) Cox. He attended Greencastle High School and served in the U.S. Navy for 20 years, retiring in 1973. He also worked 20 years at the Plainfield Correctional Facility, retiring in 1993. He was a member of Moose Lodge 1592, VFW, American Legion, Eagles Lodge, and Elks Lodge, all in Greencastle...
William A. Love (10/26/06)
March 21, 1921-Oct. 23, 2006 William A. Love, 85, Greencastle, died Monday at his residence. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of Frank A. and Effie (Freeman) Love. He was a retired semi driver for Anderson Motor Freight and O.K. Frieght Co., retiring in 1991 after 20 years. He was a U.S. Navy Air Force veteran of World War II, and was a member of the Ameircan Legion...