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Stories from Thursday, January 25, 2007

Ivy Tech officials seek $10 million for campus (01/25/07)
Ivy Tech officials hoping to build a 42,000-square-foot education facility in Greencastle next year are preparing to ask the state for $10 million in construction funding. Ivy Tech Region 7 Chancellor Jeff Pittman told the BannerGraphic Tuesday that if the college is approved for the money during the General Assembly's current session, officials may be able to begin construction by late 2007 or early 2008...
Drop box, equipment concerns for library (01/25/07)
A lobby copier and the outside book drop-off box continue to cause problems for the Putnam County Public Library . Library Director Alice Greenburg informed the library board during Wednesday's meeting that she was still in conversation with copier company. At a previous meeting, the board had approved the purchase of copier for the lobby. Later, the board learned that Greenburg was having problems with the copier company...
You might be an online 'star' (01/25/07)
Hey Greencastle people, you might be an online star. Along with Greencastle High School students Kevin Sanders and Nathaniel Lien, some folks from Greencastle and Brazil will be recognizable in the new episodes of The MooseBump Show. The first episode, "Beaver Falls," is now online at http://teens.aol.com/originals/the-moosebump-show. ...
Greencastle swimmers pound Terre Haute North (01/25/07)
TERRE HAUTE -- On Wednesday, the Greencastle High School boys' swimming team visited the Terre Haute North Patriots, coming away with a 107-79 victory. Greencastle dominated the meet Wednesday, coming away with eight wins in 12 events. Mark Jedele led the Tiger Sharks Wednesday with two individual wins...
SHS still on top of league standings (01/25/07)
The seven girls' basketball teams of the West Central Conference have entered the seventh week of the season and only one team remains undefeated in league play. Speedway is 3-0 in WCC games while going 10-5 overall. Cascade is 4-1 in the league and 9-7 overall while Cloverdale is 3-1 in conference play and 10-7 overall...
Local wrestlers gear up for Avon Sectional (01/25/07)
On Saturday, wrestlers from Greencastle, North Putnam, South Putnam, and Cloverdale will invade Avon High School to compete in the Avon Wrestling Section-al. The event will start at 8:30 a.m. and will feature competitors from Avon, Brown-sburg, Cascade, Danville, Plain-field, Tri-West Hendricks as well as the four county schools...
NPHS boys second, girls third at meet (01/25/07)
LIZTON -- The North Putnam boys' and girls' varsity swim teams were in action Wednesday against Fountain Central and Tri-West, with the boys' team placing second, 115-100-95. The girls' placed third with the score of 131-91-78. For the boys, North captured top honors in only one race. Jon Taggart won the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2:14.02...
Janet Pickett (01/25/07)
Janet Pickett, 75, Greencastle, died Wednes-day at St. Vincent Hospital, Carmel. Funeral arrangements are pending at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Blanche J. Miller (01/25/07)
Blanche J. Miller, 74, Greencastle, died Wednes-day at Putnam County Hospital. Funeral arrangements are pending at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Kendra Anne Bell (01/25/07)
Oct. 4, 1973-Jan. 23, 2007 Kendra Anne Bell, 33, Bridgeton, died Wednesday at her residence. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Everett Leo and Lida Anne (Brannon) Hazlett. She attended Greencastle High School and was employed by Brazil 70 Truck Stop as the night shift manager and waitress for eight years. She previously worked at Jerry's restaurant in Brazil and Happico in Greencastle...
Frank L. Nelson (01/25/07)
Frank L. Nelson, 72, Greencastle, formerly of Cataract and Cloverdale, died Wednesday at Putnam County Hospital. Arrangements are pending at Whitaker Funeral Home, Cloverdale.