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Stories from Monday, May 21, 2007

Police still seeking Alexander (05/21/07)
Federal agents could become involved in the hunt for a former official with the Putnam County Sheriff's Dept. now facing charges of misappropriation of funds. If George Alexander, Greencastle, does not turn himself in to authorities by noon Monday (today), the case will go to the U.S. Marshal's Fugutive Task Force, Det. Scott Stockton of the Indiana State Police told the BannerGraphic Monday...
Grammel receives Lilly Scholarship (05/21/07)
Zachary Grammel, a graduating Greencastle High School senior was a recent nominee-recipient of the 2007 Putnam County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarhip. The Scholarship Selection Committee of the Putnam County Community Foundation recently made the announcement after South Putnam High School senior Heath Pruitt declined his Lilly Endowment Scholarship to attend Williams College in Williamstown, Mass...
One dies in Sunday motorcycle crash (05/21/07)
A Greencastle man died and his female passenger was injured in a motorcycle accident near Fillmore Sunday afternoon. Police said William Bartley and a female passenger, Holly Seeman, both of Greencastle, were traveling on CR 300 East, north of CR 50 South (Fillmore Road) when the bike veered into a ditch and struck a street sign...
Cougar baseball drops both ends of double header (05/21/07)
Staff reports BAINBRIDGE -- The North Putnam Cougars dropped two close games to Fountain Central on senior day Saturday at North Putnam. The first game they lost 7-6 and in the second they fell 17-16. The first game saw Fountain Central jump out to a 6-3 lead until the fifth inning. ...
Cougar softball wins two over Manuel (05/21/07)
Staff reports BAINBRIDGE -- The North Putnam Cougars softball team grabbed two wins to enter the sectional on a roll. North run-ruled Manuel in the first game 11-0 and did the same in the second, winning 23-1. In the first game, Brook Miller led the way on the mound as well as the plate...
Whitaker's 77 leads Cougars to fifth at Columbus (05/21/07)
Staff reports COLUMBUS -- North Putnam's Eric Whitaker fired a five-over 77 to finish third overall at the talent-laden Columbus North Invitational on Saturday.  Whitaker's performance at Harrison Lake Country Club enabled the Cougars to place fifth in the team standings at the event, which featured some of the state's elite programs...
Bondi wins a championship for second time this year (05/21/07)
Staff reports Fredericksburg, Va. -- DePauw senior Liz Bondi ended her collegiate career by winning the University's first individual tennis title as she defeated defending champ Emily Applegate of Washington & Lee in the NCAA Division III singles final 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (7-3)...
Tiger Cub tennis falls in sectional final (05/21/07)
BRAZIL -- Although their team lost to Northview in the sectional final, 3-2, the Greencastle number one players will be moving on in the state tennis tournament. Number one singles Kelsey Hennette defeated the Knights' Jazmine Kellum, 6-1, 6-2. Number one doubles players Kayla Birt and Savannah Provine defeated Nikki Morgan and Chelsea Mershon in three sets, 7-5, 4-6, 6-2...
Carmichael and Holtsclaw win first features (05/21/07)
If it has wheels, Kenny Carmichael Sr. can drive it. On Saturday night, the Terre Haute based driver scored his first UMP Modified feature victory at Lincoln Park Speedway to add to his multitude of street stock and sprint car victories. The victory pushed Carmichael to second place in the season points race behind only last week's winner, Paul Bumgardner who rolled to a third place finish in the feature behind Greg Amick who had placed fifth at Bloomington the evening before...
Pearl White (05/21/07)
notice Pearl White, 91, Greencastle, died at The Waters, Greencastle. Arrangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home.
Victor H. "Bud" Sanders (05/21/07)
notice Victor H. "Bud" Sanders, 36, Greencastle, died Saturday at Putnam County Hospital. Arrangements are pending at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Felix Emmett Goodson II (05/21/07)
Nov. 14, 1922-May 17, 2007 Felix Emmett Goodson II, 84, Greencastle, died Thursday at his residence. Born in Model, Colo., he was the son of Felix E. and Stella Goodson Sr. He grew up in the Cimarron Valley of New Mexico, and in 1938 graduated from Clayton High School in Clayton, N.M...
Isla Bernice Walbring Crick (05/21/07)
June 16, 1918-May 20, 2007 Isla Bernice Walbring Crick, 88, Jordan Village, died Sunday at Owen Valley Health Campus, Spencer. Born in Jackson Township of Owen County, she was the daughter of William Franklin and Bernice Rebecca (Jobe) Walbring. She had been a clerk at Poland Hardware and Poland State Bank. She was a member of Jordan Village Presbyterian Church, Spencer VFW Auxiliary, and was a Purdue Extension 4-H officer...
Mildred Pauline Allee (05/21/07)
Sept. 15, 1910-May 19, 2007 Mildred Pauline Allee, 96, Belle Union, died Saturday at Mill Pond Health Campus, Greencastle. Born in Hazelwood, Ind., she was the daughter of Charles Porter and Nita Una Skaggs Duncan. A 1928 graduate of Clayton High School, she was employed with the Indiana Bell Telephone Company...
Jerry Paulette Alexander (05/21/07)
June 27, 1948-May 19, 2007 Jerry Paulette Alexander, 58, Roachdale, died Saturday at her residence. Born in Danville, she was the daughter of Verlie and Wilma (Graver) Morphew. She was retired from North Putnam Schools as head cook in the cafeteria...
Amy Marie Trueblood (05/21/07)
July 24, 1973-May 20, 2007 Amy Marie Hammond Trueblood, 33, Greencastle, died Sunday. Born in Lakeland, Fla., she was the daughter of Cynthia J. Anderson and Alan R. Hammond. Surviving are her mother, Cynthia Anderson and husband James, Georgia; father Alan R. ...