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Stories from Saturday, February 10, 2007

Annual chili supper event raises funds for Red Cross (02/10/07)
Get out the hamburger, beans and tomato sauce because the Putnam County Unit of the Wabash Valley Red Cross Chapter is ready to kick off its annual chili supper cook off. The event, sponsored by the Waters of Greencastle, is set to take place on March 10 in the Community Building at the Putnam County Fairgrounds...
Two candidates file for 2007 primary election (02/10/07)
Only two people in Putnam County, so far, have filed to run for city office in the 2007 primary election, according to election office records on Friday. Incumbent Greencastle Clerk-Treasurer Teresa Glenn (D) has filed for another term and current Greencastle Township Advisory Board member Karen (Hill) Ambler (R) has filed for the at-large seat on the Greencastle City Council...
Lear Corp. announces $5.3 billion sale (02/10/07)
The Associated Press reported Friday that Michigan-based Lear Corporation, owners of a plant in Greencastle, have agreed to be purchased by American Real Estate Partners (AREP) LP. A press release issued by Lear's corporate office on Friday said the company would be acquired by AREP at a cost of $5.3 billion. The sale is expected to be completed by the end of the second quarter...
Companies with local roots combine for Waveland project (02/10/07)
Not far from the shadows of the Waveland water tower, construction is under way on the latest venture undertaken by Recycled Goods and Trucking Co. in collaboration with Dixie Chopper. RGT, owned and operated by the father-and-son trucking tandem of Ralph and Shane Jones, is building a 150,000-square-foot Dixie Chopper Distribution Center on a 30-acre site at the northeast corner of State Roads 47 and 59...
Season ends for swimmers (02/10/07)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Four members of the Greencastle girls' swim team invaded the natatorium on the campus of IUPUI Friday night with dreams of progressing in the state finals but saw those dreams fade away as their were unable to advance. The night didn't start too well for the Tiger Sharks. ...
Final standings to be determined today (02/10/07)
There's only one game left this year for boys' basketball in the West Central Conference and a victory for one of the two teams playing could result in a three-way tie for the conference championship. Cascade is set to face Speedway on the road today at noon. If the Cadets win, they will finish 5-1, which will tie them with Cloverdale and Greencastle for the conference championship...