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Stories from Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Chalk art contest to benefit local children (03/28/07)
Greencastle made headlines recently for its growing graffiti problem in the downtown business district, but an upcoming contest in the same area will encourage artistic expression, but this time for a good cause. Plans for a first-of-its-kind chalk art contest on the Greencastle square are under way with the proceeds set to benefit a local charity that provides financial assistance to school children...
News Brief (03/28/07)
March is Red Cross Month, and the Putnam County Unit of the American Red Cross Wabash Valley Chapter reminds the public that CPR and First Aid training is offered on the third Saturday of each month at the local Red Cross Office. The course will include certification in Adult CPR, Infant CPR, Child CPR and First Aid. Pre-enrollment is required. Call 653-4614 to enroll. The $40 course fee is due the day of the class and must be paid by check or cash in exact change...
Woman charged in ID theft (03/28/07)
Putnam County Sheriff's investigators are pursuing a recent case of identity theft involving a woman who allegedly applied for a credit card using someone else's name and then racked up more than $8,000 in charges. Angel Mason-Murdock, 25, Plainfield, was arrested and placed in the Putnam County Jail earlier this week and was charged with identity theft...
Teens can search for 'good eggs' (03/28/07)
Putnam County Tobacco Prevention and Cessation along with Voice is teaming up with local groups for EggFest '07 on Friday, April 6. This nighttime egg hunt at Greencastle's Robe-Ann Park is for youth in grades 6-12 only, and will have everyone scrambling for prize-stuffed eggs to the beat of music by 100.7 MIX FM radio...
Tigers drop second straight to St. Olaf (03/28/07)
Port Charlotte, Fla. -- DePauw's baseball team collected 10 hits and scored seven runs, but it was not enough to match St. Olaf, as they fell to the ninth-ranked Oles, 17-7, in the Port Charlotte Invitational. The Tigers dropped to 10-10 on the year, while the Oles improved to 10-1...
DPU golfers play at Jekyll Island Invitational (03/28/07)
Men's Golf Jekyll Island, Ga. -- DePauw shot a 922 and finished tied for 11th with St. John Fisher and Washington & Lee at the Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational at the Oleander Course. Methodist won with an 875. Josh Abrams shot an even-par 216 for the Tigers and placed third. Oglethorpe's Taylor Urbanski was the medalist with a 213...
Tiger softball reaches 16-0 (03/28/07)
Fort Myers, Fla. -- DePauw softball improved to 16-0 on the season as they picked up a 6-0 win over Thomas and an 8-0 victory over Southern Maine at the Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic. Lauren Curash pitched the shutout against Thomas, while Rachel Gill hit a 2-run homer. Against Southern Maine, Megan Soultz pitched a one-hitter and struck out eight in five innings. Kaitlyn Davitt drove in three and homered in game two...
John M. Klebusch (03/28/07)
May 3, 1927-March 25, 2007 John M. Klebusch, 79, Greencastle, died Sunday. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Milton E. and Opal (English) Klebusch. A 1945 graduate of Greencastle High School, he was an Eagle Scout and served as a Scout leader and an Explorer troop leader. ...
Virginia Ann Tellas (03/28/07)
Sept. 14, 1926-March 26, 2007 Virginia Ann Tellas, 80, Reelsville, died Monday at St. Vincent Clay Hospital, Brazil. Born in Washington Township of Putnam County, she was the daughter of Harvey Paul an Alma Marie (Dreher) Neese. A homemaker, she had been employed at Paper Art in Indianapolis, as a nurse's aide at Knightsville Nursing Home, and at Columbia Records in Terre Haute. She was a member of Big Walnut Baptist Church, Reelsville...
Cecil C. English (03/28/07)
May 21, 1920-March 26, 2007 Cecil C. English, 86, Bainbridge, died Monday. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Vergal and Lola (Hand) English. He was a 1940 graduate of Bainbridge High School, and a veteran of WWII, having served in the U.S. Army 814th Aviation Engineers and was involved in five major battles...
Alfred Wayne Hamblem (03/28/07)
Alfred Wayne Hamblem, 80, Bradenton, Fla., formerly of Danville, died Monday. Arrangements are pending at Baker Funeral Home, Danville.