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Stories from Thursday, November 9, 2006

Updates in works for GHS, McAnally (11/09/06)
Building improvements at Greencastle High School and McAnally Center will be the focus of a special session of the Greencastle School Board later this month. Replacing single-pane windows, doors, and the heating and cooling system are among the projects to be presented at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 10 at the Miller Education Center...
Five homes on annual Delt tour (11/09/06)
Five Putnam County homes are featured on the 24th annual Candlelight Home Tour sponsored by Delta Theta Tau Sorority in Greencastle. The tour is set for 4-8:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, with an admission of $7 per person. Homes on the tour are: Proceeds from the home tour benefit the Delta Theta Tau scholarship fund as well as clothe-a-child, the Giving Tree, Senior Center Food Pantry, Johnson-Nichols Health Clinic and other projects...
Closing date uncertain for LoBill (11/09/06)
Officials with Marsh Supermarkets, owners of the Greencastle Lobill Foods, said Thursday they did not know exactly when the local store would be closing its doors for good. Marsh Spokeswoman Connie Gardner told the BannerGraphic the closing is dependent upon how fast the remaining merchandise in the store sells...
For Veterans Day (11/09/06)
Online greetings available for Veterans Day Members of the local American Legion Post are asking the public to be aware of a free, easy way to thank men and women in the military for the service on the eve of Veterans Day on Saturday, Nov. 11...
Monon Bell game important to Walker (11/09/06)
When Matt Walker became the head football coach at DePauw University this past June, he knew he was taking over more than a football team. A former DPU quarterback, Walker knew that he was taking the reins of a program rich with tradition, and there is no greater tradition at DePauw University than the annual Monon Bell game against Wabash College...
Monon Bell up for grabs Saturday (11/09/06)
DePauw University's football team will play its biggest game of the year Saturday when it travels to Wabash for the 75th annual Monon Bell Classic. The Tigers enter Saturday's game with an overall record of 6-3 after a 24-14 win over Austin College in their home finale last week...
Undefeated Cougars to face Sparkplugs for regional crown (11/09/06)
North Putnam High School's football team has already accomplished a lot this season. It ended the regular season undefeated and as the No. 3-ranked team in Class 2A and went 3-0 in the IHSAA sectional tournament to claim its first sectional championship in 16 years...
Mae Malicoat Smith (11/09/06)
Oct. 16, 1920-Nov. 8, 2006 Mae Elizabeth (Snapp) Malicoat Smith, 86, Speedway, died Wednesday. Born in Tennessee, she was the daughter of David M. and Minnie A. (Walton) Snapp. She had been a production worker for P.R. Mallory co. as well as manager for Bluebird Cafe and J&H Truckstop for several years...
O.L. Dudley (11/09/06)
May 29, 1916-Nov. 1, 2006 O.L. Dudley, 90, Fillmore, died Wednesday at Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. Born in Fountain County, he was the son of Olen O. and Sarah (Coffing) Dudley. A retired farmer, he had also been an assistant to Dr. Bratton and was a motor route carrier for the BannerGraphic...
Arthur K. Kenworthy (11/09/06)
May 21, 1934-Nov. 8, 2006 Arthur K. Kenworthy, 72, Danville, died Wednesday morning. Born in Morgan County, he was the son of Murlie and Gladys (Rushton) Kenworthy. He had been a self-employed carpenter and was a member of the Danville Church of Christ...