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Stories from Monday, February 19, 2007

Putnam County could see flooding this week (02/19/07)
Near record snowfall last week. Potential flooding this week. The National Weather Service in Indianapolis issued a special statement Monday morning, warning of the possibility for significant flooding by the end of the week. A strong low pressure system, similar to the one that brought nearly a foot of snow to Putnam County last week, is projected to spin its way into the state this weekend. ...
GHS project up for bids (02/19/07)
Bids on the renovation project at Greencastle High School and McAnally Center are being accepted until March 8 by the Greencastle School Corp. The Greencastle School Board recently approved its construction documents for the project, and granted permission to advertise for construction bids...
Trafficking results in PCF arrest (02/19/07)
PUTNAMVILLE -- Officer Donnie L. Christner, 33, Terre Haute, was arrested for trafficking at the Putnamville Correctional Facility. He was immediately suspended and is being charged with one count of trafficking, a class A misdemeanor, and one class D felony for official misconduct...
GHS hosting honors dinner (02/19/07)
Greencastle High School will host its 46th annual cumulative academic honors dinner Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the high school's multi-purpose room. The 125 students who have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.4 or better will be recognized at the dinner...
Cloverdale comes from behind to take out Rockville (02/19/07)
ROCKVILLE - The Cloverdale Clovers boys' basketball team traveled to Rockville Friday night, looking forward to battling the Rox in the "Rock-a-Dome" and hoping to improve their season record to 13-5. The Clovers had not played a game since a 80-79 West Central Conference win against Speedway on Feb. 2, and because of the weather and the school closings this past week, Cloverdale had not had a full practice in eight days...
IHSAA draws boys' sectionals (02/19/07)
The field is set as the road to Conseco Fieldhouse was drawn Sunday for the Indiana High School Athletic Association boys' basketball tournament. None of the four Putnam County schools will have to travel far as Greencastle and South Putnam will both host sectionals this season...
GHS earns first sectional title in 22 years (02/19/07)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- Entering the Crawfordsville Swimming Sectional meet Saturday, the Greencastle boys' team had not won a Sectional title since 1985. Determining the team winner would come down to the final event of the meet, an emotional 400-yard freestyle relay, in which the Greencastle relay team needed to place well. And it did as Greencastle defeated Crawfordsville for the Sectional title by nine points, 273.5-to-264.5...
Pingleton sixth at state meet (02/19/07)
On Saturday, state finals wrestling action continued at Conseco Fieldhouse with Greencastle senior Chris Pingleton looking to move his way up through the brackets and get a shot at a state title. Unfortunately his quest for the title was stopped short in the quarterfinals...
Donald George Phillips (02/19/07)
Oct. 27, 1941-Feb. 13, 2007 Donald George Phillips, 65, Coalton, W.Va., died Tuesday at the Ruby Memorial Hospital. Born at Coalton, he was the son of Russell and Reta Margaret (Broschart) Phillips. He was a self-employed logger, and was a Methodist by Faith...
Mae F. Gilly (02/19/07)
June 12, 1928-Feb. 17, 2007 Mae F. Gilly, 78, Eminence, died Saturday at Community Hospital East, Indianapolis. Born in Jackson, Ky., she was the daughter of Caleb and Eva (Cisco) Dunn. She was a homemaker. She married Carl Gilley on Jan. 21, 1950. He survives...
Ruby M. Branneman Lopossa (02/19/07)
June 23, 1916-Feb. 17, 2007 Ruby M. Branneman Lopossa, 90, Cloverdale, died Saturday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of James B. and Ethel (Truesdel) Scott. She attended Eminence High School, and was former owner of Silver Bell Antique's, Cloverdale. She was a member of Cloverdale Church of Christ and the Dine and Chat Club...