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Stories from Saturday, May 12, 2007

Fennell to serve with Supreme Court (05/12/07)
Greencastle resident Monica Fennell has been selected as the 2007-08 Supreme Court Fellow assigned to the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. Fennell, executive director of the Indiana Pro Bono Commission, has announced she will be leaving her post in August on the Greencastle School Board to make the temporary move to Washington D.C...
Area court to receive grant (05/12/07)
Recently, Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley announced that Putnam County's Family Court will receive a $2,500 grant from the Indiana Supreme Court's Division of State Court Administration. Last year, Putnam County's family court served 93 people, including 38 children. The program's local director is Jan Lewis...
Heavin sworn in as new Warren Trustee (05/12/07)
Karen Nelson Heavin was recently sworn in as the new Warren Township Trustee, replacing the late Bill Birdsell. Heavin was sworn in Friday at the Putnam County Courthouse. Birdsell died March 21, 2007. She was appointed to fill out Birdsell's term. He had been reelected in November to serve until 2011. According to Heavin, Birdsell had served as Warren Township Trustee for nearly 20 years...
GHS girls' track puts team first (05/12/07)
The Greencastle girls' track team turned in a dominating performance Friday night at the West Central Conference meet, winning 10 of 16 events, including all six regular running events. GHS finished with 158 points. Monrovia was a distant second with 106...
Greencastle boys' track claims WCC title (05/12/07)
After his team claimed the West Central Conference track title Friday night at South Putnam, Greencastle boys' track coach Mike Schimpf was grinning from ear to ear. "It was great fun," Schimpf said. "I'm so happy for the seniors especially." Schimpf and his team had a lot to get excited about on Friday night. The finished with 129 points, 35 ahead of second-place Cascade, and seven event wins out of 16...
Tigers knock off Alma, 11-1 (05/12/07)
Staff reports NEW CONCORD, Ohio -- Seven runs in the top of the third enabled the DePauw University softball squad to get past Alma, 11-1, in five innings at the NCAA Division III Softball Regional at Muskingum College Friday. The Tigers now advance to the winner's bracket where they'll face fifth-seeded Bridgewater, which defeated host and top-seed Muskingum, 3-2, in eight innings Friday...
Helen May Rising (05/12/07)
Dec. 2, 1913-May 10, 2007 Helen May Rising, 93, Greencastle, died Thursday at her residence. Born in Putnamville, she was the daughter of Edward and Lillie May Edwards Lee. She was employed by RCA in Indianapolis for seven-and-a-half years and retired from IBM in Greencastle after 23 years of service...
Letitia Jane Tennis (05/12/07)
Letitia Jane Lowdermilk Tennis, 68, Durham, N.C., formerly of Greencastle, died Feb. 11, 2007. Born in Monmouth, N.J., she was the daughter of Col. Lee and Dorothy Lowder-milk. A 1957 Greencastle High School graduate, she married George Ward Tennis, son of Dr. George Thralls and Rosemond Tennis...