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Stories from Thursday, January 11, 2007

Parking monitored differently (01/11/07)
Blue chalk on tires will soon be a bygone thing when a new method to monitor parking goes into effect Wednesday, Jan. 17 in downtown Greencastle. The city police's parking director will be using a handheld computer to monitor the two-hour parking regulations, eliminating the marking of tires with chalk...
Man accepts plea in fatality (01/11/07)
A Center Point man pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges in connection with the June 2006 automobile crash that killed a Putnam County teen. Michael William Knight, 21, was charged with causing death while operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, a Class C felony, and causing serious bodily injury while operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, a Class D felony...
Cadet teaching helps students decide (01/11/07)
South Putnam High School senior Nicole Judy says she was apprehensive about becoming part of the Cadet Teaching Program at the Area 30 Career Center. However, after one year of being in the program, Judy realized teaching was what she wanted to do with her life...
Town wins dispute over fire truck (01/11/07)
The Town of Cloverdale is facing one less lawsuit. Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matt Headley recently ruled in favor of the town regarding a lawsuit filed by Simon Fire Equipment and Repair, Dubuque, Iowa. On Tuesday, attorney Mindy Jackman, who represented Cloverdale in the lawsuit, told the BannerGraphic that specific wording of a motion helped with the decision...
Eagles fall to Plainfield (01/11/07)
Sports Writer Not many times does a team lose decisively and still see the best in the situation. That is what happened as the South Putnam Eagles wrestling team was defeated by Plainfield, 71-4, Wednesday night. "I thought we wrestled very well tonight," coach Scott Miller said after the meet. "We faced them early in the season and lost 84-0. We had matches that were decisions and could have gone either way, so this is an improvement."...
Tiger Sharks down Cascade (01/11/07)
Greencastle's boys' and girls' swim teams faced the Cascade Cadets Wednesday night with both walking away with huge victories. The boys' squad won 126-54 and the girls defeated the Cadets 130-53. For the boys, they won all but two meets on the night, falling only in the 100 fly and the 100 backstroke...
Mary Louise Miller (01/11/07)
June 6, 1909-Jan. 9, 2007 Mary Louise Miller, 97, Greencastle, died Tuesday at Asbury Towers. Born in Rockford, Ill., she was the daughter of M. Sumner and Harriet Miller. A 1930 graduate of Rockford College, she received her master's degree at the University of Wisconsin in 1935. ...
Daniel Lee Shonkwiler (01/11/07)
Feb. 13, 1950-Jan. 9, 2007 Daniel Lee Shonkwiler, 56, Greenwood, died Tuesday at Methodist Hospital. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Malcolm and Norma (Gardner) Shonkwiler. He was employed for 26 years by Greenwood Community Schools as a custodian, retiring in 2005. He was retired from the Indiana National Guard...