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Stories from Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Police seeking thief who targeted Fillmore lady (12/12/06)
Indiana State Police officers are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who they say entered an elderly Putnam County woman's home earlier this month and made off with her credit card. Trooper Chris Harcourt said the man went to the 93-year-old victim's home on CR 250 East, northeast of Greencastle, under the guise that his car had run out of gas and that he needed to use the telephone...
DePauw tiger statuary offered to good homes (12/12/06)
The Tigers of DePauw University will say their final adieus as they go up for adoption. According to Gigi Fenlon, coordinator of arts publicity and marketing, 15 tiger statues created by Stone and Steel were scattered throughout the campus to heighten the awareness of ArtsFest 2006: Art and the Silk Road and to showcase the talents of the DePauw community...
Buyer sought for LoBill (12/12/06)
Indiana-based Marsh Supermarkets announced recently that is has reopened its Lobill Foods in Danville as a discount grocery store, a company spokeswoman said Tuesday. Connie Gardner, director of community relations for Marsh, told the BannerGraphic that items from several central Indiana grocery stores that went out of business last month have been taken to the Danville store and are being sold at reduced prices...
Mock crash at GHS planned for emergency drill (12/12/06)
On Thursday, the first steps were taken to set up a mock disaster drill for law enforcement and emergency aid agencies in Putnam County. Representatives with Operation Life agreed on Thursday to contact officials with the Greencastle Community School Corp. to finalize details for the drill, tentatively set for April...
All-WCC football team announced (12/12/06)
The 2006 All-West Central Conference football team was announced Tuesday morning, and 13 Putnam County athletes were named to the squad. The North Putnam Cougars, who finished the season at 13-1 including a 6-0 mark in WCC play, posted six players to the team...
Tiger Sharks take down S. Vermillion (12/12/06)
CLINTON -- The Greencastle High School boys' swimming team defeated South Vermillion on the road Monday, 123-60. The Tiger Sharks picked up nine victories in 12 events over the Wildcats. Luke Crimmins captured a pair of individual wins for the Tiger sharks, taking first place in the 200-yard freestyle race with a time of two minutes, 1.49 seconds, just ahead of teammate Nick Stevens who finished second at the 2:02.26 mark. Adam Clute was third at 2:06.44...
Mallettie Francis Dorsey (12/12/06)
Feb. 5, 1931-Dec. 11, 2006 Mallettie Francis Dorsey, 75, Danville, died Monday night at her residence. Born at LaGrange, Ky., she was the daughter of Hugh and Mattie (Pierce) Uhls. She was a member of First Assembly of God Church at Danville. She retired from H.E. Butt Grocery Co., San Antonio, Texas, after 20 years as a secretary. She had also owned two Dog and Suds in Indianapolis, and House of Mark in Corpus Christi, Texas...
Margaret B. Buchanan Kendall (12/12/06)
Died Dec. 12, 2006 Margaret B. Buchanan Kendall, 76, Greencastle, died Tuesday morning at Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. Arangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Herbert T. Williams (12/12/06)
March 20, 1936-Dec. 9, 2006 Herbert T. Williams, 70, Poland, died Saturday. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of Raymond and Hortense (Sturgis) Williams. He retired from Eli Lilly as a capsule manufacturer, and was active in Masonic Lodge 714 Prospect, Scottish Rite, Murat Shriners, American Legion in Brazil, and Moose Lodge 780...