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Stories from Friday, March 2, 2007

Public defender to face hearing (03/02/07)
The Putnam County public defender suing Sheriff Mark Frisbie for assault and battery has himself become the target of an investigation. Attorney James Recker, a part-time public defender for Putnam County, is scheduled to appear before the state disciplinary commission March 27 to answer to charges of professional misconduct. The hearing will take place in Hamilton Superior Court II...
3 years for Stark in theft (03/02/07)
The former owner of Greencastle Monuments changed her plea to guilty on theft charges and was sentenced to three years in prison Friday morning in the Putnam County Supreme Courtroom. Angela M. Stark, Crawfordsville, was arrested in September for taking money from her customers and never placing the orders for the headstones they purchased...
Library board checks out endowment, training funds (03/02/07)
A new endowment fund and funds for this year's staff development brought a few questions from the Putnam County Public Library Board during Wednesday's meeting. Director Alice Greenburg informed the board that there were two pieces to the new endowment fund...
Kindergarten round-up planned (03/02/07)
North Putnam Community School Corporation will be hosting Kindergarten Round-Up from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday, March 12-Friday, March 16 Parents should enroll their children at Roachdale Elementary or Bainbridge Elementary depending on where they reside. Children do not need to attend the Round-Up, as they will have the opportunity to visit the schools during registration in August...
Applications due March 31 for RTA scholarship (03/02/07)
The Putnam County Retired Teachers Association will award a $300 scholarship to a third or fourth year college students who aspires to become a future educator. The recipient must be a Putnam County high school graduate and an Indiana college/university student who is currently enrolled in an undergraduate program resulting in a degree in education...
NPMS eighth-grade knocks off Cloverdale (03/02/07)
CLOVERDALE -- The North Putnam eighth-grade girls basketball A team won against Cloverdale Thursday night, 31-16. The win improved the Cougars' record to 2-5 on the season. North Putnam was led by Paxton Stephenson with nine points. Megan Robinson and Morgan McLaughlin each had six points for the Cougars...
Postseason continues today at SPHS, GHS (03/02/07)
Sectional action continues today at both Greencastle and South Putnam. Two county teams remain alive in the 2006-07 Indiana High School Athletic Association boys' state tournament and both play today. The Eagles of South Putnam will face Tri-West in the first game at the Class 2A South Putnam Sectional, scheduled to begin at 6 p.m...
Tiger Cubs drop match (03/02/07)
NEW MARKET -- The Greencastle Middle School wrestling team were defeated by Southmont, 72-39, Thursday night on the road. Scoring victories for the Tiger Cubs were Nick Pingleton at 70, Kody Collins at 80, Derrick Lenihan at 115, Ben Hesler at 130, Jesse Vermillion at 145 and Tyler Pettit at 155...
Reuben Sherod Stwalley (03/02/07)
Feb. 7, 1936-Feb. 28, 2007 Reuben Sherod Stwalley, 71, Coatesville, died Wednesday at Fillmore. Born in Gary, he was the son of Reuben S. and Olga E. (Pearson) Stwalley. He had been a rotary press operator for IBM Corp. in Greencastle, and was a member of the Plainfield Eagles Lodge 3207...
Raymond F. Beck (03/02/07)
Nov. 4, 1918-March 1, 2007 Raymond F. Beck, 88, Bainbridge, died Thursday. He was the son of Fred and Jenny Ola Beck. A 1936 graduate of Bainbridge High School, he graduated from Central Normal College in 1942 and Notre Dame Midshipman's School in 1943. ...