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Stories from Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Ellsworth meets with students, public at DePauw (10/31/06)
For Democratic congressional candidate Brad Ellsworth, running for office has been a life-changing experience for the better in more ways than one. Ellsworth, along with his wife Beth, stopped in Greencastle Monday to talk with DePauw University students about the issues they want to see changed with this upcoming election...
Roachdale man arrested in Bloomfield (10/31/06)
BLOOMFIELD -- A Putnam County man was apprehended by Bloom-field police Monday morning after he damaged property and threatened several individuals with bodily harm at the South Plaza Shopping Center in a bizarre chain of events. The man has been admitted to Bloomington Hospital for psychiatric evaluation...
Two decades after sentencing, killer remembered (10/31/06)
In October 1986, Putnam County residents learned the fate of one of their own. Although Larry Eyler was not born in Putnam County, he grew up near Reelsville. It's been 20 years since the former Putnam County resident was sentenced to die by lethal injection after being convicted of killing 23 men in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Wisconsin...
State candidates stop in Putnam County Monday (10/31/06)
Two state officials and one hopeful on a bus tour of Indiana stopped in Greencastle this week to seek support from voters who will head to polls next Tuesday. Current Secretary of State Todd Rokita, state Treasurer Tim Berry and state treasurer candidate Richard Mourdock, all Republicans, addressed a group of supporters on the steps of the Putnam County Courthouse Monday morning...
AREA BRIEFS (10/31/06)
Registration for Greencastle Youth Basketball coming up The Greencastle Youth Basketball League will have its last registration day tomorrow from 6-7 p.m. at Greencastle City Hall, 1 N. Locust St. Players must attend the Greencastle schools and be in grades K-6...