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Stories from Sunday, August 19, 2007

Autism panel answers questions (08/19/07)
Autism is a syndrome as different as every person affected by it. Some people are able to function in regular society -- having jobs, attending school, driving. But others can be severly affected to the point of having no speech and limited physical control...
Teen court new county initiative (08/19/07)
The Putnam County Youth Development Commission, with the support of the office of Judge Matt Headley and the Juvenile Probation Department, announces "Teen Court," a new initiative for Putnam County teens...
Casino Night Sept. 7 at Walden Inn (08/19/07)
Get out your lucky rabbit's foot and head for the Walden Inn on Friday, Sept. 7 for the Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce's first Chamber Casino Night from 7:30 -10:30 p.m. Open to the public and to all Chamber members, a $15 ticket gets the buyer in the door, access to appetizers, a desert bar and some starter chips...
Second Peeler Pottery Party planned at PCM (08/19/07)
A second Peeler Pottery Party, complete with more treats from Fillmore's "Bert & Betty's Kitchen," is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 24 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Putnam County Museum. The Museum invites people who have collected Peeler pottery over the years to bring in examples to share with the community. ...
Senior Focus: A story of experience (08/19/07)
As a boy, my father would often say to me, after he was able to accomplish some feat that I could not do, that there is no substitute for experience. This is a little story that I heard somewhere that, at least for me, illustrates that lesson:...
Cougars find lessons in tournament loss (08/19/07)
On Saturday, the North Putnam Cougars volleyball team hosted the Early Bird Tournament with teams from Crawfordsville, Attica and Mooresville. In their opening match, North Putnam lost to Crawfordsville 13-25 and 21-25. Taylor Alles led the Cougars with three digs, one assist, three solo blocks and six kills, while Kayla Green added three digs, one assist, one solo block and two kills. ...
Five all-conference runners lead Cloverdale's cross country team (08/19/07)
CLOVERDALE -- For Cloverdale's cross country team the key this year the key is quality, not quantity. With only five girls running and seven boys, it has to be. But do not mistake the low numbers for weakness. Coach Sam Brown knows he'll be fielding some good runners...
Cougars looking to underclassmen for a bright 2007 running season (08/19/07)
The North Putnam Cougars' cross country teams are entering the 2007 season with eyes focused firmly on the horizon. A horizon that it hopes includes multiple wins and the possibilities of a championship or two. For the girls, North Putnam has no returning seniors this season and will look to junior Taylor Alles to set the pace...
Paquin takes position with the East Kentucky Minors organization (08/19/07)
PIKEVILLE, Ky. -- Brandon Paquin has been named Director of Basketball operations/Administrative Assistant for the East Kentucky Miners of the Continental Basketball Association (CBA). Paquin possesses prior professional basketball experience. He was an associate sports agent with Ice Miller Sports Services, one of the biggest law firms in the country. ...
Michael Middleton (08/19/07)
Michael L. Middleton Sr., 57, Danville, died Thursday at his residence. Graveside services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Monday at Hadley Cemetery, Danville. A complete obituary will be printed Tuesday...
Olin K. Vicars (08/19/07)
Olin K. Vicars, 68, Greencastle, died Friday morning. Born in Lee County, Va., he was the son of Theodore R. and Callie Lou (Robinette) Vicars. A U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War, he was a truck driver for National By-Products in Indianapolis for 23 years, retiring in 2001. He was a member of Greencastle Masonic Lodge, Teamsters Local 135 and had attended Harvest Ministries in Greenfield...
Mary Janet Stouder (08/19/07)
Mary Janet Stouder, 75, died Friday at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Born in Gosport, she was the daughter of Horace and Juanita Asher. A member of First Baptist Church of Greencastle and Tri Kappa, she had worked for many years in downtown Greencastle at the former Prevo's and Ann's Fashion Corner, as well as at Chandler Funeral Home in Ellettsville...
Joan G. Gaebes (08/19/07)
Joan G. Geabes, 79, Fort Myers, Fla., formerly of Greencastle, died Saturday at Hope Hospice House, Fort Myers, Fla. Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Claude W. and Reggie (Williams) Glover...
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