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Stories from Wednesday, February 21, 2007

No decision on smoking ban (02/21/07)
Greencastle will not become a smoke-free city -- at least not right now -- as members of the city council and community remain divided on the issue. Opinions seemed to be split down the middle at Tuesday night's city council meeting where those who support a citywide ban on smoking in public places faced off with those who oppose it...
Cougar owner to defend cat at hearing tonight (02/21/07)
A Putnam County woman who keeps a three-year-old female cougar at her Bainbridge area home is facing criminal charges for keeping the exotic feline without a permit. A public hearing in the case against Sandi Warren is set for 6 p.m. tonight in the Community Building at the Putnam County Fair-grounds...
Area homes needing work can be rebuilt (02/21/07)
While living in New Jersey, Pastor Tom Woodley saw the benefits of Rebuilding Together. Woodley helped coordinate a Rebuilding Together chapter in New Jersey in 2005, an organization set up to help homeowners in need. He said while there, the organization managed to help three families victimized by pediatric cancer...
Cougars get 10th win (02/21/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- Senior night proved to be sweet for North Putnam Tuesday night as the Cougars defeated the North Vermillion Falcons, 67-45, as they showcased an all-senior starting five. Tyler Trent, Jake Mullis, Brayden Dahlstrom, Max Schreiber and Brian Blaydes made up the starting five Tuesday night, all contributing to the win. Trent, Dahlstrom, and Mullis combined for 41 of North Putnam's 67 points...
CHS hammers Wildcats, 86-69 (02/21/07)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale Clovers boys' basketball team hosted South Vermillion Tuesday night, hoping to continue to gain momentum going into the South Putnam Sectional tournament next week, after a come-from-behind victory at Rockville last Friday night...
Haltom continues to excel at Wabash (02/21/07)
The Wabash College Little Giants are still going strong in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament, thanks to the help of former Cloverdale boys' basketball standout Chase Haltom. The freshman played 26 minutes Tuesday, scoring 17 points to help lead Wabash to a win over Allegheny College, 87-84. Wabash (11-15) will face Wooster in the semifinals of the tourney on Friday at 7:45 p.m. The championship is scheduled for Saturday at 7 p.m...
Mary Agnes Benefiel (02/21/07)
Dec. 19, 1910-Feb. 18, 2007 Mary Agnes Benefiel, 96, Greencastle, died Sunday at Hickory Creek at Sunset. Born in Rush County, she was the daughter of Michael and Leona (Kuntz) Coyne. She was a member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, Greencastle, and worked for many years at Sunset Manor Nursing Home, Greencastle...
Floyd C. Troth (02/21/07)
Sept. 2, 1917-Feb. 19, 2007 Floyd C. Troth, 89, Lebanon, died Monday at St. Vincent Hospice, Indianapolis. Born in Boone County, he was the son of Estal E. and Esther (Willoughby) Troth. He was a teacher for Advance High School, and was a teacher and principal at Speedway High School for more than 36 years. ...