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Stories from Saturday, January 6, 2007

Friday fire destroys resident's barn (01/06/07)
A Friday morning fire destroyed a pole barn at 8974 N. CR 725 W in Russell Township. Putnam County firefighters were toned out to the home of Duane Boller for a structure fire at 11:19 a.m. Upon their arrival, firefighters found a 40 foot by 60 foot pole barn on fire, with the roof already collapsed...
Area wildlife experts present exotic animals to students (01/06/07)
The animals of the Battson Wildlife Education Services and the third grade students of Tzouanakis Intermediate School both received a treat yesterday. The third grade students and teachers of Tzouanakis Intermediate School were wowed by a wildlife presentation from Larry Battson and his wife Cheryl...
Local sailor joins Blue Angels (01/06/07)
A local sailor recently received a promotion to the prestigious Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels. Greencastle native Petty Officer Michael B. Grimes reported for duty earlier this week for training and an introduction to the squadron at Naval Air Facility El Centro, California...
Tiger women defeat Sewanee (01/06/07)
SEWANEE, Tenn. -- The DePauw University women's basketball team, ranked fifth in the nation, won its 11th straight Friday, knocking off Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference rival Sewanee on the road, 82-51. The Tigers used a 25-4 run to open the second half en route to the victory...
Panthers get past South Putnam (01/06/07)
ROCKVILLE --As the South Putnam Eagles boys' basketball team was preparing to play the Rockville Rox on the road Friday night, the SPHS faithful were hoping that its team would be playing its best ball. But on this night they would come up a little short as the Rox handed the Eagles a loss, 48-36...
Cougars drop contest to Warriors (01/06/07)
MARSHALL -- The North Putnam High School boys' basketball team dropped to 3-3 on the season with a loss to Turkey Run on the road Friday. The Warriors defeated the Cougars, 59-43, to improve to 8-2. North Putnam was led by Jake Mullis, who scored 16 points on seven field goals and a 1-of-3 performance at the free throw stripe...
Greencastle girls fall to Speedway (01/06/07)
Despite a strong effort against Speedway at home Friday, the Greencastle Tiger Cubs' girls' basketball team is still searching for its first win of the season. The Sparkplugs defeated Greencastle, 52-46, in the West Central Conference match-up. Greencastle trailed by as many as 12 in the fourth quarter but used a 12-2 run to close within two points, 48-46, with 58.6 seconds remaining in the game...
Tiger Cubs stall Sparkplugs (01/06/07)
Greencastle High School's boys' basketball team overcame a disastrous second quarter Friday night to defeat West Central Conference foe Speedway. The Tiger Cubs (6-5, 2-0 WCC) picked up a 70-63 victory over the Sparkplugs behind a 46-point second half...
N. Putnam boys, girls fall to Chargers (01/06/07)
The North Putnam High School boys' and girls' swimming teams each dropped meets at home Thursday. The boys fell to North Montgomery, 123-62, while the girls' team lost to the Chargers and Covenant Christian, finishing second with 79 points behind North Montgomery's winning score of 143...
Girls' Basketball Roundup (01/06/07)
North Putnam High School's girls' varsity basketball team picked up its third win of the season Thursday at home against Fountain Central, 54-28. Senior Brook Miller led the Cougars with a solid all-around game. Miller recorded a game-high 17 points and added six assists and three rebounds in 25 minutes...
Panthers pounce on Clovers (01/06/07)
The Cloverdale High School girls' basketball team dropped its second straight game Thursday at home against Park Tudor. The Clovers fell to 6-7 on the season with a 10-point loss to the Panthers, 49-39. CHS opened the first quarter by building a 13-8 lead over Park Tudor, but the tide quickly turned, as the Panthers embarked on a 25-5 run stretching into the second quarter...
DePauw men suffer SCAC loss (01/06/07)
SEWANEE, Tenn. -- A slow start put the braked on the chances for the DePauw University men's basketball team Friday as the Tigers managed to fall to Sewanee on the road, 77-70. Sewanee scored the game's first 13 points and trailed only one time in the win...