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Stories from Tuesday, March 6, 2007

DePauw reacts to arrest of teen on campus (03/06/07)
DePauw University officials may take disciplinary action against a student for inviting a friend to campus who was subsequently arrested for entering dorm rooms of female students where he allegedly asked them for sex. Campus and city police arrested 18-year-old Marvin G. DeBerry Jr., Chicago, on Sunday after witnesses said he entered the dorm rooms of several female students and sought to get in bed with them...
Mother, grandmother injured in car-truck crash (03/06/07)
A two-vehicle accident Monday morning sent three Putnam County residents to the hospital. Indiana State Trooper Chris Harcourt told the BannerGraphic that at 10:04 a.m., dispatch called in a report of a vehicle accident at the intersection of U.S. 231 and CR 500 North with occupants possibly trapped inside...
Road projects in the works around county (03/06/07)
Several bridge and road projects in Putnam County have been approved for funding by the Indiana Department of Transpor-tation, but it could be years "down the road" before some of those projects get started. County Highway Supt. Dave Sutherlin presented the list of projects to Commissioners Jim Baird, Gene Beck and Kristina Warren at their meeting Monday, noting that some of the projects will also require county funding...
DePauw women gear up for Emmanuel (03/06/07)
GREENCASTLE -- The DePauw University women's basketball team learned during the weekend that it would be facing Emmanuel College in the in one of four sectional sites across the country. The Tigers will face Emmanuel Friday at 7:30 p.m. in Boston, following the first game at the site featuring Calvin (27-2) and Southern Maine (27-2)...
Former DPU players square off (03/06/07)
The crowd builds. The air grows heavy. The buzzer sounds. Round three between Horizon conference heavyweights, Butler and Wright State, is about to begin. But this slugfest has more of a local connection than most might realize. What do the Bulldogs and Raiders have in common?...
NPMS swimmers fall to Southmont (03/06/07)
-- Swimming Roundup CRAWFORDSVILLE -- North Putnam's boys' and girls' swim teams both lost to Southmont Monday night on the road. The boys' were defeated 119-65 while the girls fell to the Mounties, 123-56. For the boys, North Putnam captured top honors in two events. In diving actions Zachery Moore scored a total of 92.05 to finish first and Jared James won the 50-yard butterfly in a time of 37.74...
Melinda Ferrand (03/06/07)
Oct. 14, 1940-March 5, 2007 Melinda Ferrand, 67, Freedom, died Monday at The Waters of Greencastle. Born at Greencastle, she was the daughter of Jim and Helen Hetser. She retired in 2006 after many years in social services, most recently working at Hamilton Center and the Owen County Extension Office. She was a member of the McCormick's Creek Pentecostal Church...
Jack E. Rising (03/06/07)
Oct. 24, 1932-March 4, 2007 Jack E. Rising, 74, Greencastle, died Sunday at his residence. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Paul Thomas and Helen Mae (Lee) Rising. A 1950 graduate of Greencastle High School, he had been a custodian at the Putnam County Courthouse for several years. He had previously worked at the U.S. Post Office in Greencastle and the Putnam County Highway Garage. He was a U.S. Army veteran and a member of the Greencastle Elks Lodge...
Elsie T. Wilson (03/06/07)
May 9, 1917-March 3, 2007 Elsie T. Wilson, 89, Crawfordsville, died Saturday at Williamsburg Health Care. Born in Faubush, Ky., she was the daughter of Brent and Ada (Trimble) Tarter. She was a member of East Side Baptist Church and retired from Medisave Drug Store...