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Stories from Monday, April 2, 2007

Kissels sharing autism experiences Tuesday (04/02/07)
Even after living with a child affected by autism for 24 years, Dr. Steve and Jana Kissel will admit they "don't know much" about the brain disorder. They actually know a lot more about autism than the general public, and the Greencastle couple will share their experiences with their son Ted during a public forum set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Putnam County Museum...
Association to promote Putnam area restaurants (04/02/07)
Putnam County's unique mix of restaurants and family-owned eateries could soon be known around the state through a new initiative called Indiana Foodways Alliance. Putnam County Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Karla Lawless announced recently that she submitted Putnam County for membership into the newly formed association...
Due to inclement weather over the weekend, Greencastle's annual Easter egg hunt has been postponed until this Saturday, April 7 at Robe-Ann Park. (04/02/07)
The time is to be announced Tuesday. Organizers do not want to conflict with any other scheduled egg hunts. The Greencastle Parks and Recreation Department is inviting all children ages 1-11 years old and their parents to participate in this annual Easter tradition...
Man convicted of 2005 blaze (04/02/07)
A Federal grand jury recently returned a guilty verdict for a Greencastle resident stemming from a restaurant fire that took place in Cloverdale in December 2005. Rick Romandine, Greencastle, was found guilty of arson late in March, according to Tim Morrison, First Assistant Attorney of the United States Attorney's Office, Indianapolis...
Hunter education planned (04/02/07)
The Cloverdale Conservation Club is sponsoring a Hunter Education class scheduled for April 12 and April 14 at Cloverdale Middle School. The classes are open to anyone who wants to attend, however, space is limited to the first 100 people who pre-register by calling 317-385-0942 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m...
Clovers anticipate competitive spring (04/02/07)
CLOVERDALE -- With 21 total golfers and nine seniors leading the way, the numbers indicate the outlook is positive for Cloverdale golf in 2007. The coach's comments back up those numbers. "Everything has gone well so far," said Coach Doug Wokoun...
Young Tiger Cub golfers will be tested (04/02/07)
A big question mark looms over a young and untested Greencastle golf team as it readies itself for the upcoming 2007 season. When posed the question about his optimism of the upcoming season, Coach Donovan Wheeler voiced slight concern about the inexperience playing a factor...
Tigers take three of four at Sewanee (04/02/07)
Staff Reports SEWANEE, Tenn. -- DePauw baseball took three of four from Sewanee over the weekend to improve its record to 15-11 and 5-3 in SCAC play. Sewanee is now 4-22 with a 1-7 conference mark. On Saturday, DePauw swept both ends of the doubleheader, taking game one by a 5-2 score and the nightcap by a 13-8 count...
Norman P. Jones (04/02/07)
Dec. 28, 1946-March 31, 2007 Norman P. Jones, 60, Indianapolis, formerly of Greencastle, died Saturday. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of L. Wayne and Margaret Ann (Fisher) Jones. He was employed with the Department of Correction for 20 years, and was a security guard for 10 years before retiring in 1992. He was a member of Mars Hill Free Methodist Church, Indianapolis...
Rosalie Arthur (04/02/07)
Rosalie B. Arthur, Darlington, died Sunday evening at Williamsburg Nursing Home, Crawfords-ville. Funeral arrangements are pending at Burkhart Funeral Home, Crawfordsville. Online condolences may be made at www. burkhartfh.com.