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Stories from Friday, June 1, 2007

Corporation suspends teacher (06/01/07)
A long-time North Putnam teacher has been suspended from the classroom and barred from other activities at the school after corporation officials say she violated the policy regarding teacher e-mails. Jennifer Porter, who has been employed at Bainbridge Elementary for 13 years and recently as a second grade teacher, had nothing to say to the media after members of the North Putnam School Board handed down their decision during a special meeting Thursday evening...
Cox delivers for Rotary (06/01/07)
Cari Cox is very passionate about families, especially since she's both a mother of a 10-year-old and is expecting in September. In fact, most of her life has been dedicated to protecting and aiding families, and that's exactly what she explained to Greencastle's Rotary Club Wednesday...
City to embark on water line project (06/01/07)
The year is 1887. The United States Senate enters into an agreement to lease Pearl Harbor. In the same year, the first minor league baseball association is formed in Pittsburgh and the first transcontinental train arrives in Vancouver, British Columbia...
New running club ready to step off (06/01/07)
DePauw University has teamed up with both Greencastle middle and high schools to bring local runners a new opportunity this summer - it's called the Greencastle Running Club. Kori Stoffregen, DePauw's head track and cross country coach, Pat Babington, DePauw's exercise physiologist, Mike Schimpf, boys' head track and cross country coach at Greencastle High School, and Stacie Stoffregen, girls' head track coach at Greencastle Middle School, are collaborating as a team of coaches to kick start what Kori Stoffregen calls "a good opportunity to meet other runners and go for a run.". ...
Corporation suspends teacher (06/01/07)
A long-time North Putnam teacher has been suspended from the classroom and barred from other activities at the school after corporation officials say she violated the policy regarding teacher e-mails. Jennifer Porter, who has been employed at Bainbridge Elementary for 13 years and recently as a second grade teacher, had nothing to say to the media after members of the North Putnam School Board handed down their decision during a special meeting Thursday evening...
Greencastle rally falls short against Edgewood, 12-9 (06/01/07)
SPENCER -- Greencas-tle's boys' baseball team continued to dig but couldn't make it out of the early hole it found itself in, falling to Edgewood Thursday night at the Class 3A Owen Valley Sectional, 12-9. "We got down but we didn't quit playing hard," GHS coach Troy Greenlee said. "We had a great season and we had a great effort today."...
South Putnam comes on late against Cloverdale (06/01/07)
CLAYTON -- Thursday night's Sectional 44 semifinal went the way several games have gone this year for the South Putnam Eagles. In fact, the game really served as a microcosm for their whole season. South started slow, with county rival Cloverdale building a 5-1 advantage after four innings. The Eagles stayed patient and confident, though, pulling even in the fourth before adding four more runs in the sixth to take home a 9-5 victory...
Dahlstrom no-hitter leads the way for North (06/01/07)
CLAYTON -- When North Putnam senior Brayden Dahlstrom walked the first batter in Thursday's Sectional 44 semifinal against South Vermillion, it looked like he could have a tough night. Early walks usually signal problems for a high school pitcher. But Dahlstrom had other ideas...
GHS runners confident as they return to State Finals (06/01/07)
For three of the four members of the Greencastle girls' 400 relay team, Saturday's IHSAA state finals will be a return to familiar territory. Last year's team of Megan Clodfelter, Laura Weatherford, Jamie Patterson and Dee Wood came out of the second heat of last year's race to place a surprising ninth, ahead of two better-seeded teams from the final heat. The high placing came when the Tiger Cubs shaved nearly .9 seconds from their regional time...
Dahlstrom no-hitter leads the way for North (06/01/07)
CLAYTON - When North Putnam senior Brayden Dahlstrom walked the first batter in Thursday's Sectional 44 semifinal against South Vermillion, it looked like he could have a tough night. Early walks usually signal problems for a high school pitcher. But Dahlstrom had other ideas...
William R. Rolls (06/01/07)
William R. Rolls, 66, Greencastle, died Thursday at his residence. Arrangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Lelia Mae Smith Lewis (06/01/07)
May 1, 1922-May 21, 2007 Lelia Mae Smith Lewis, 85, Sierra Vista, Ariz., formerly of Putnam County, died Monday, May 21 at Sierra Vista Regional Health Center. Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Charles F. and L. Berenice Dale Smith. She was a 1940 graduate of Fillmore High School and a member of the Northwood Christian Church in Indianapolis. She also attended New Hope Fellowship in Sierra Vista, Ariz...