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Stories from Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Slow down for children (08/22/07)
Motorists are reminded that Greencastle children are once again walking to and from schools in the morning and afternoon, and care should be taken near busy intersections.Crews recently worked at the intersections of Hannah and Jackson streets, Arlinton Street and Shadowlawn Avenue, as well as other areas. Additional intersection improvements are planned, according to DPW Commissioner Paul Wilson. Anyone with questions about signage in their neighborhood can call Wilson at 653-3391...
County council gives OK to EOC_financing (08/22/07)
The county's new Emergency Operations Center moved closer to reality Tuesday when the Putnam County Council approved an ordinance authorizing the financing of the project. The action followed an all-day session of the council to review the 2008 budgets with county department heads. council noted that the budget hearings will continue Wednesday morning in the courthouse annex, starting at 9 a.m...
Septic problems cause local stir (08/22/07)
CUNOT - Everybody has their own agenda swirling around in the Cunot Community Center septic tank. But the bottom line is this: A leak in the septic system has a very real possibility of shutting down a facility that everyone agrees provides a vital social service to many of the people in this economically-depressed community of about 1,300 homes...
Eagles fall to Sparkplugs in four games (08/22/07)
Despite playing two strong opening games against Speedway, the South Putnam volleyball team lost in four games Tuesday night at home. The Eagles lost 25-21, 22-25, 25-5 and 25-8. "The first two games were really good. We played hard, we communicated, we were attacking the ball good, our passes were good. Defensively we were where we wanted to be position wise," South head coach Jill Newton said...
Cougars fall at Tri-West (08/22/07)
LIZTON -- The North Putnam volleyball team lost to Tri-West 25-20, 25-14 and 25-22 on the road Tuesday night. Taylor Alles led the Cougars with 12 kills, four assist blocks, five digs and one solo block, with Ashley Doyle adding eight digs, three aces, one kill and one assist...
GHS boys' soccer defeats Athenians (08/22/07)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- In boy's varsity soccer Tues night, Greencastle traveled to Crawfordsville and defeated the Athenians 4-2. The hosts got on the scoreboard first as senior Jesus Chavez was able to get a Shot past Greencastle keeper Ryan Payne eight minutes into the game...
GHS girls defeat Crawfordsville (08/22/07)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- The Greencastle volleyball team traveled to Southmont Tuesday night and picked up the season's first win, 17-25, 25-19, 25-15, 26-24. After a slow start and a yellow card, the Tiger Cubs pulled together to win three straight games and move their match record to 1-2...
Clovers outlasted in marathon (08/22/07)
CLAY CITY -- The final result for Cloverdale fans may not have been the ideal cap to what was a rollercoaster of a volleyball game between the Clovers and the homestanding Clay City Eels, but fans got their money's worth in a dramatic, 25-20, 19-25, 19-25, 25-23, 15-12 Eels' win...
Wanda Mae Grimes (08/22/07)
Charles Frank White Jr. (08/22/07)
May 9, 1930-Aug. 18, 2007 Charles Frank White Jr., 77, Greencastle, died early Saturday at St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Charles F. White Sr., and Roxie A. Brewer White. He worked as a carpenter and was a member of Local Union 859 in Greencastle where he also served as the business representative for the union for 17 years before retiring. He belonged to the Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite in Indianapolis and was a life member of the VFW...
Teresa Marie Griffin (08/22/07)
March 21, 1956-Aug. 21, 2007 Teresa Marie Griffin, 51, Lebanon, died Tuesday morning at Witham Memorial Hospital in Lebanon. Born in Lebanon, she was the daughter of Loral Keith and Esther Marie (Parrish) Venis...
Earl Phillip Sourwine (08/22/07)
Earl Phillip Sourwine, 80, Shelbyville, formerly of Greencastle, died Friday. He was born in Greencastle and was a graduate of Greencastle High School. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, having served in the infantry division under Gen. George Patton's Third Army. He attended Bryant Business College and worked part-time as a mail clerk at National Bank of Detroit and retired from Rost Jewelry Store...
New arrivals (08/22/07)
New Arrival Troy and Becky Greenlee, 819 Stadium Drive, Greencastle, announce the birth of their son, Trey Dawson Greenlee, born at 2:48 a.m. June 16 at Susanville, Calif. He weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and was 21.5 inches long at birth. Maternal grandparents are Robert Dawson, Greensburg, and Cathy Dawson, Indianapolis. Paternal grandparents are Dee and Tish Greenlee, Fillmore...
Marriage license applications (08/22/07)
David M. Chandler, 28, Fillmore, and Gloria E. Mourning, 25, Fillmore. Tim David Cope, 38, Greencastle, and Kathleen Susan Knaul, 31, Greencastle. William Doug Daugherty, 43, Clayton, and Terrie Lee Cherry, 44, Greencastle...
Sheriff's Dept. (08/22/07)
Several accidents were investigated by the Putnam County Sheriff's Department recently. On Friday: Deputy Gregg Slover reported that Lori Osborne, Brazil, driving a 2001 Ford Mustang, was stopped to turn into the gas station when she was hit from behind by a 2001 Volvo WGM, driven by Christopher Boller, Bainbridge...
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