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Stories from Monday, November 20, 2006

Officers hitting the roads for Thanksgiving patrols (11/20/06)
While most people will gather with family and friends this week to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, others will mourn the loss of a loved one in car accident. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is predicting that nearly 600 people may die this holiday weekend due to car accidents that occur each year on the country's highways and interstates...
Frantic caller found, but investigation continues (11/20/06)
Law enforcement officials are no longer perplexed by Friday's frantic 911 phone call from the Heritage Lake Clubhouse. The mystery surround the female's identity and the events surround before and after her phone call have finally been solved. "We found her," Sheriff Mark Frisbie said to the BannerGraphic Sunday...
N. Putnam Board hears proud report on students (11/20/06)
The North Putnam School Board and the corporation learned they have a lot to be proud of when it comes to the schools and the students. Supt. Murray Pride informed the board during its meeting Thursday that he wanted review some of things the corporation has done during the year and some of the things the corporation is feeling good about. Basically informing the board what state the corporation is currently in...
Education stipends raise Library Board concerns (11/20/06)
Education stipends and mileage increases raised questions and concerns from the Putnam County Public Library Board during its meeting Wednesday. Board members Glen Gill and Ken Heeke presented the rest of the board with a report from the salary committee. Gill said that the committee recommended to increase next year's salaries by 2 percent. As for now, the minimum wage would stay the same at $5.25 at hiring with 10 cent increments at six months to a year...
DePauw swim teams third at invitational (11/20/06)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- The DePauw University swimming and diving teams competed at the Wabash Invitational Saturday with both the men's and women's teams finishing third. The women finished with 436.5 points for third place. Wheaton won with 672.5 while Indianapolis was second with 576...
DPU men place second in tourney (11/20/06)
CHICAGO -- The DePauw University men's basketball team fell to Chicago in the finals of the Midway Classic. The Tigers are 1-1 on the season while the Maroons improved to 2-0. DPU had an early six-point lead, but Chicago rallied to take a 43-40 lead into the lockerroom at halftime...
Cougars fall at semistate (11/20/06)
Nothing lasts forever. It's a harsh lesson, and one that the North Putnam Cougars's football team learned the hard way Saturday night when they lost to Southridge at home in an IHSAA Class 2A semistate game. The Raiders defeated the Cougars, 22-7 in North Putnam's first semistate appearance in 16 years...
DePauw women fall in final (11/20/06)
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. -- On Saturday, the DePauw University women's basketball team deopped to 1-1 on the season after a 77-68 loss to Illinois Wesleyan in the Illinois Wesleyan Tipoff Tournament Championship. The Tigers -- ranked third in the D3hoops.com poll and fifth in the USA Today/ESPN Coaches' poll -- led most of the first half and had a six-point lead with just under three minutes to play in the first half...
Don A. Todd (11/20/06)
May 31,1936-April 21, 2006 Graveside services for Don A. Todd, 70, who died in April, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Ladoga Cemetery. Born at Ladoga, he was the son of William Onis and Letty (Cheshire) Todd. A graduate of Ladoga High School, he was a member of Fraternal Order of Eagles in Crawfordsville, and New Ross Conservation Club. ...
Morris Allen Williamson (11/20/06)
Oct. 14, 1930-Nov. 19, 2006 Morris Allen Williamson, 76, Belle Union, died Sunday at his residence. Born in Hendricks County, he was the son of Clarel Alta and Mabel Claire (Brown) Williamson. He married Juanita "June" Clearwaters on Aug. 25, 1949. She survives...
Ronald A. Marshall (11/20/06)
Fev. 25, 1941-Nov. 19, 2006 Ronald A. Marshall, 65, Poland, formerly of Jasonville, died Sunday at Regional Hospital in Terre Haute. Born in Greene County, he was the son of Charles A. and Reva Rebecca (Null) Marshall. he retired from Allison's in Indianapolis as a tool tryout mechanic and later worked at a machine shop in Mooresville as a grinder operator. He was a member of United Auto Workers in Indianapolis and was a member of Greencastle Moose Lodge...
Leona B. Kerstetter (11/20/06)
Dec. 2, 1922-Nov. 18, 2006 Leona B. Kerstetter, 83, Massachusetts, formerly of Greencastle, died Saturday in West Yarmouth, Mass. Born in Norwood, Mass., she was a graduate of Norwood High School and attended Virginia Intermont, Boston University and the New England Conservatory of Music...
Wendel O'Neal (11/20/06)
May 28, 1933-Nov. 18, 2006 Wendel W. O'Neal, 73, Greencastle, died Saturday morning at The Waters of Greencastle. Born in Broad Park, he was the son of Bedford and Mary Elizabeth (Guy) O'Neal. He attended Belle Union High School, and was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War from 1953-55. ...