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Stories from Monday, November 6, 2006

Bank robbery suspect found dead in field (11/06/06)
A Greencastle man wanted by police for his involvement in a 2005 bank robbery has been found dead in a Morgan County cornfield. John Ryan Wood, 27, was found by a Monrovia man and his son on Sunday lying face down in a cornfield about 300 yards from Wellman Road in Adams Township of Morgan County...
Disaster plan focus of Safe Schools group (11/06/06)
More discussion took place at the Putnam County Safe Schools Committee meeting Thursday regarding a proposed mock disaster drill. With the cooperation of Operation Life, the Greencastle Community School Corp. will conduct the mock disaster drill in April 2007...
Wellness walk gives update (11/06/06)
Organizers of Putnam County's Walking for Wellness program have offered this update on the project: Organizers say walkers have plenty of time to report their steps and report their weekly total by either e-mailing to: putnamwalks@purdue.edu or by calling 653-8411...
Health Department urges updating vaccinations (11/06/06)
Putnam County health officials confirmed Monday that they are dealing with a series of whooping cough cases in the South Putnam school district. Letters were sent home to parents of South Putnam students telling them that several students have come down with the respiratory illness and that all high schools students in the district are urged to get vaccinated at an upcoming clinic...
DePauw men, women beat Wittenberg in swimming and diving Saturday (11/06/06)
The swimming and diving teams at DePauw University each earned wins over Wittenberg at home Saturday. The women, who improved to 1-1, were led by the 200-yard freestyle relay of Cassie Enix, Lindsay Riggs, Katie Doogan and Maddison Hamil, who won the final event by 13 one-thousandths of a second to give the Tigers a 150-148 win. Doogan and Amanda Stier each won three individual events to lead DePauw...
DePauw volleyball finishes season with loss (11/06/06)
ATLANTA -- DePauw University's volleyball team finished its season at 20-14 overall and 11-7 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference after winning two of three matches this weekend at the SCAC Cross-Divisional. The Tigers opened the weekend with a pair of three-game victories over Hendrix and Millsaps...
DePauw women defeat Kangaroos in soccer (11/06/06)
The DePauw University women's soccer team ended its season with a 2-0 win over Austin College in a Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference match-up Sunday. DePauw scored one goal in each half and improved to 12-4 overall and 7-2 in the SCAC. Austin ended the year at 10-8-1 overall and 5-4 in SCAC action...
DPU beats Centre, Sewanee in field hockey (11/06/06)
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The DePauw University field hockey team split a pair of matches this weekend in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championships. The Tigers dropped their semifinal match Saturday against Centre, 3-1. Centre captured a 1-0 lead with 28:37 to go in the first half on a goal from Taylor Gray, assisted by Maegan Nash...
DePauw wins final home game on gridiron (11/06/06)
In their final home game of the season Saturday, the DePauw University football team struck early and struck hard. The Tigers scored all 24 of their points in the first 18 minutes of their Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win over Austin College...
DPU men's soccer downs Centre (11/06/06)
The DePauw University men's soccer team recorded an 8-1 win over Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference foe Austin Sunday. John Cross and Jeremy Rielley each had hat tricks for the Tigers, and Nick Noel had one goal and three assists in his last collegiate game...
Helen M. Staley (11/06/06)
Sept. 16, 1913-Nov. 3, 2006 Helen M. Staley, 93, Clay City, died Friday at Union Hospital, Terre Haute. Born in Clay County, she was the daughter of Robert and Ethel (Miller) Orman. She married Earl V. Staley on Sept. 17, 1931. He died on Mar. 27, 1996...
Margaret J. Buis (11/06/06)
Margaret J. Buis, 97, Stilesville, died Sunday at Putnam County Hospital. Funeral services will be Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 11 a.m. at Whitaker Funeral Home, Cloverdale. Visitation will be Tuesday, Nov. 7 from 5-8 p.m. A full obituary will run in Tuesday's BannerGraphic...