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Stories from Saturday, December 9, 2006

Clues to soldier's past revealed (12/09/06)
The history of a Revolutionary War soldier whose remains are thought to be buried somewhere near Greencastle is not lost after all. Little was known, so it seemed, about Sgt. Nathaniel Cunningham of the 1st Virginia Regiment, whose name was given to property recently earmarked by the City of Greencastle for an industrial building...
Speed limit ordinance proposed (12/09/06)
The Roachdale town marshal wants to end motorist's confusion with new school zone speed limit signs in front of Roachdale Elementary. During Tuesday's meeting,Town Marshal David Barber presented the Roachdale Town Council with a draft copy of the ordinance he worked on with Town Attorney Tom Casey...
State highway department to receive new snow trucks (12/09/06)
State highway officials in Putnam County are scheduled to receive four of 76 new snow trucks recently unveiled by the Indiana Department of Transportation. Fred West, superintendent of INDOT's Cloverdale subdistrict, said the Bainbridge garage recently received one of the new trucks that hit the road for the first time during Thursday's winter blast...
Pedestrian killed (12/09/06)
Traffic was diverted on Interstate 70 in Putnam County Friday night following an accident that killed a man. Indiana State Police Cpl. Wiley Mimms, with the ISP Putnamville District, told the BannerGraphic that a pedestrian was struck by a semi tractor trailer and killed in the westbound lanes at around 7 p.m...
South Putnam crushed by Cadets (12/09/06)
Turnovers helped keep the South Putnam Eagles boy's basketball team still seeking it's first win of the season as they fell to the Cascade Cadets, 71-48. South committed a total of 25 turnovers in the contest with 16 of those coming before halftime...
SPHS girls drop heartbreaker to Cadets (12/09/06)
The South Putnam girls' basketball team lost a heartbreaker to the Cascade Cadets', 43-41, at home Friday night. The aggressiveness of the Eagles' defense and their ability to control the ball helped them overcome a 18-14 halftime deficit to the Cadets...
Clovers top Greencastle girls (12/09/06)
A win's a win. That seemed to be the attitude of the Cloverdale High School girls' basketball team defeated Greencastle at the McAnally Center Friday night's West Central Conference match-up. The Clovers watched a 12-point third quarter lead shrink to as low as seven in the second half of their game with the Tiger Cubs before finally putting Greencastle away for good, 46-37...
Tiger Cubs defeat Cloverdale (12/09/06)
The weather outside was cold and clear, but inside the McAnally Center Friday, the Greencastle Tiger Cubs' boys' basketball team was raining threes. GHS buried 12 three-pointers in its 67-60 home win over Cloverdale behind 27 points from senior Erick Burgeson...
Tigers take down Maryville on the road (12/09/06)
ST. LOUIS -- The DePauw University men's basketball team won its fifth straight game Friday, a 68-50 victory over Maryville on the road. The Tigers (6-1) scored the first eight points of the game and pushed their lead to 19 three times. Maryville fought back to within seven, 34-27, but DePauw ended the first half on an 8-0 run to head into the break with a 42-27 lead...
Harold Ross Gilliatt (12/09/06)
March 25, 1922-Dec. 5, 2006 Harold Ross Gilliatt, 84, Denton, Texas, formerly of Reelsville, died Tuesday. Born in Young's Creek, Ind., he was the son of Aaron and Minnie (Ross) Gilliatt. He married Margaret Stuckman on July 5, 1941. She survives. He joined the U.S. ...