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Stories from Wednesday, May 2, 2007

City, township officials will study GFD needs (05/02/07)
Greencastle Fire Department officials are hoping for $450,000 to replace a fire engine that is nearly 40 years old. What they gained from a meeting between city and township officials Tuesday night was the promise of more meetings. Members of the fire department, Greencastle City Council, Greencastle Township Advisory Board, Greencastle Board of Works, Friends of the Greencastle Fire Department and Mayor Nancy Michael met Tuesday night for a roundtable discussion on funding for the fire department.. ...
Murray, TeGrotenhuis honored by MHAPC (05/02/07)
Sue Murray was completely unaware she was coming to the Mental Health America of Putnam County annual meeting Tuesday to receive an award. She had been asked to attend the meeting as a featured speaker. However, prior to her speaking, former MHAPC Board President Lucy Wieland spilled the beans...
Two serious following 1-car crash (05/02/07)
A Greencastle couple suffered serious injuries in an early Wednesday crash on West Walnut Street Road and were airlifted to Indianapolis hospitals. Deputy Ed Wilson reported that Gary E. Fleming, 39, and Wanda S. Fleming, 39, both of 311 W. Columbia St., Greencastle, received multiple injuries in the 2:31 a.m. crash near CR 200 West...
Puppets make presentations powerful, fun (05/02/07)
Those in attendance at Tuesday's Mental Health America of Putnam County annual meeting were treated to two puppet power presentations offered by members of Junior Mental Health America of Putnam County. Three South Putnam High School students and one North Putnam student offered the presentations to a packed Putnam County Museum Tuesday...
COUNTY BASEBALL ROUNDUP (05/02/07)
Staff reports GHS defeats Monrovia The Greencastle baseball team run-ruled the Monrovia Bulldogs, 11-1, Tuesday night at home. For the second night in a row, Greencastle saw hitters come up big and collect two doubles and two triples. Greencastle scored a monster eight runs in the first inning to put the Bulldogs on the ropes...
Eagle softball loses control late (05/02/07)
With a game that had been close and exciting all evening, it looked like there would be an exciting finish between Clay City and South Putnam. That was when the wheels fell off for the home-standing Eagles. Twelve batters came to the plate, collecting seven runs on seven hits in the final frame. At one point, seven consecutive Eels drove in one run each. A combination of timely Clay City hitting and two of their own errors had done the Eagles in...
Alspaugh tosses no-hitter (05/02/07)
Staff reports Cassie Alspaugh threw a no-hitter in Greencastle's 11-1 win over Monrovia on Tuesday. The Tiger Cubs record improved to 3-11 and 2-5 in the WCC. The club's newfound confidence came together on both sides of the ball between Alspaugh's pitching and a total of 10 hits...
GHS golf downs North and Crawfordsville (05/02/07)
Tuesday night saw the Greencastle boys' golf team defeat North Putnam and Crawfordsville at home to run its record to 6-1 on the season. The Tiger Cubs shot a 158, while North Putnam came in second with a 172 and Crawfordsville was third with 184...
Cheatham breaks CHS high jump record (05/02/07)
Staff reports CLAY CITY -- Christian Cheatham had spent the last several meets on the verge of the Cloverdale school record in the high jump. On Tuesday night at Clay City, he finally broke through, clearing 6 feet 4 1/2 inches, eclipsing a record that had stood since before he was born...
New GHS tennis lineup works in debut (05/02/07)
Staff reports CRAWFORDSVILLE -- A revamped Greencastle girls' tennis lineup provided the Tiger Cubs with a 4-1 victory over Southmont Tuesday night at home. No. 1 singles player Kelsey Hennette continued her win streak with a two set win over Ashlee Richardson. Hennette won 6-4, 6-0...
Reatha Mildred Ford (05/02/07)
Reatha Mildred Ford, 88, Poland, died Wednesday morning in Terre Haute. Arrangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home, Greencastle.