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Stories from Thursday, November 30, 2006

Debate over soldier's grave resurrected (11/30/06)
As Greencastle officials focus their attention on the future economic growth of the city, they have been forced to look into the past -- 223 years to be exact. Earlier this week, construction crews began building a new road on the city's East Side on land known as the Sgt. Cunningham property...
Prosecutor drops charges in Legion case (11/30/06)
Charges were dropped this week against a Greencastle man who was arrested at the American Legion last week on suspicion of illegal gambling. Glen Hollis was released from the Putnam County Jail on his own recognizance and will not be charged for organizing Texas Hold'Em tournaments at the legion post on Indianapolis Road, Putnam County Prosecutor Tim Bookwalter said Wednesday...
INDOT grants city Safe Route funding (11/30/06)
A project that will connect Greencastle schools through a multi-use pathway has been approved for state funding. The Indiana Department of Transportation has awarded $159,437 for the Greencastle Multi-Use Trail, a joint project of the City of Greencastle Parks Department and the Greencastle Community School Corp...
Suicide cause in hotel death (11/30/06)
Officials recently determined that suicide was the cause the death of a Brazil man outside of a Cloverdale motel earlier this month. Michael Woodall, 46, of Brazil, died at 6:35 a.m., Nov. 8, outside of the Days Inn Motel, 1031 N. Main St., Cloverdale...
Cougars drop swim meets to Mounties Tuesday (11/30/06)
The North Putnam High School boys' and girls' swimming teams suffered a loss to Southmont at home Tuesday. The boys lost by just two points, 89-87 while the girls were beaten by the Mounties, 124-50. The Cougars posted six first-place finishes against the Mounties, starting with a victory in the 200-yard medley relay. ...
Greencastle girls sink Tri-West at home (11/30/06)
The Greencastle Girls' Swim team turned in another dominating performance Wednesday night against the Tri-West Bruins, as the Tiger Sharks defeated the Bruins 128-54, winning all but two events. Jackie Cantonwine captured the 200 free with a time of 2:22.62, finishing just ahead of fellow GHS swimmer Sara Culler who recorded a time of 2:31.16. In the 200 IM, Erica Soster finished ahead of the pack with a time of 2:34.82...
All-West Central Conference teams announced (11/30/06)
All-West Central Conference teams for 2006 volleyball and boys' and girls' soccer were announced recently, and Putnam County athletes were well-represented. In volleyball, eight area players were honored with All-conference status. The Cloverdale Clovers, who won the Class 2A sectional championship this season, boasted a pair of All-WCC selections, as seniors Ashley Arnold and Hannah Monnett were both named to the squad...
Putnam players make All-State football (11/30/06)
Five area football players were named to the Indiana high school football Class 2A and 3A football teams. North Putnam quarterback Brayden Dahlstrom was named to the first team for 2A while Greencastle wide receiver Michael Richardson earned first-team honors in 3A...
Tiger men ranked 2nd by college swimming Web site (11/30/06)
The DePauw University men's swim team (5-1) is currently ranked second among NCAA Division III teams in the latest collegeswimming.com power rankings. DePauw trails Denison University by only two points and leads Carnegie Mellon by two. The rankings are announced four times during the season...
Dorothy J. Neeley (11/30/06)
May 14, 1970-Nov. 27, 2006 Dorothy J. Neeley, 36, Lizton, died Monday at Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. Born in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Wendell J. Baldwin and Mary (Harris) Massena. A 1988 graduate of South Putnam High School, she attended P.J.'s Beauty School and graduated from Jon Nave Beauty School. She had been a self-employed beautician for nine years...