[Nameplate] Overcast ~ 33°F  
High: 37°F
Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014

Stories from Saturday, May 5, 2007

Protest focuses on war in Iraq (05/05/07)
Friday's anti-war demonstration on the Putnam County Courthouse Square in downtown Greencastle was the largest organized event yet planned by anti-war protesters. And judging by the honks and waves generated from passing motorists, the protesters had numerous supporters in calling for an end to America's war in Iraq...
Poultry Club may hop on solution (05/05/07)
A new location and a new direction for the 4-H Poultry Club is in the planning stages at the Putnam County Fairgrounds. The Putnam County Fair Board is considering a new permanent building for the club, located next to the Rabbit Barn. As presented by the Fair Board's long-range planning committee, the new location for the barn could run north to south lengthwise, centered off the south side of the Rabbit Barn...
Police seek Reelsville robber (05/05/07)
Officials at Reelsville Elementary were put on alert Friday morning following a reported robbery that took place near the school. Putnam County Sheriff's Det. Mike Biggs, who investigated the report, told the BannerGraphic Friday afternoon that a man reportedly entered a catering business just off U.S. 40 in Reelsville at around 10:30 a.m. where he stole an undisclosed amount of cash from a worker in the building and fled on foot...
Donations for Fleming family (05/05/07)
Friends of Gary and Wanda Fleming have put together a bank account to accept donations from the community. The Greencastle couple, both 39, suffered serious injuries early Wednesday after a vehicle crash on West Walnut Street Road. The bank account was set up Friday at Teacher's Credit Union, 33 Putnam Plaza, Greencastle...
Pingleton signs wrestling letter of intent (05/05/07)
Sports Writer For the past four years, Chris Pingleton has bled Tiger Cub purple. Now, as he makes his trek to the great southwest, he still be bleeding purple, only this time it will be Antelope purple. Pingleton signed a letter of intent to attend and wrestle at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix on Friday...
Cougars maintain control of conference (05/05/07)
Staff reports As of standings released after Thursday's games, North Putnam's baseball team continues to have a handle on the WCC. Although Cascade handed the Cougars their first conference loss of the year with 9-4 win in Bainbridge Tuesday night, the Cougars have still won three more games than second-place Greencastle...
Cougar girls corral Mustangs (05/05/07)
Staff reports VEEDERSBURG -- The North Putnam girls' track team defeated Fountain Central, 62-53, on the road Thursday night, while the boys fell to the Mustangs, 74-49. The North girls had six event wins on the night. Laura McGaughey won the 400 meter with a time of 1:10, Taylor Alles won the 300 meter hurdles in a time of 1:07 and Shannon Brock won the 100 meter in 13:58...
Katherine Ruth Alter (05/05/07)
Feb. 3, 1922-April 21, 2007 Katherine Ruth (Albin) Alter, 85, formerly of Richmond, died April 21 in Santa Rosa, Calif. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Paul and Ethel Albin. She married Harry Alter of Fillmore, who preceded her in death in 1962...
Letitia Jane Lowdermilk Tennis (05/05/07)
Letitia Jane Lowdermilk Tennis, 68, Durham, N.C., formerly of Greencastle, died Feb. 11, 2007. A memorial service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 15 at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home.