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Stories from Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Youth court in session Oct. 15 (08/28/07)
Establishing a youth court in Putnam County will provide a lot of opportunities to many different members of the community. But more than anything, it will give good kids who goof up a second chance...
Greencastle grad to compete in Miss Indiana USA_pagaent (08/28/07)
Savahannah Lien thinks there are a lack of good role models for young women nowadays. As a law school-bound, volunteer-minded woman who was raised in a small city, she thinks she can help fill that void, the 21-year-old Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis senior said...
Friendship Day set Sept. 12 (08/28/07)
Friendship Day 2007 has been set for Wednesday, Sept. 12 in Greencastle. The annual event, which is once again being sponsored by Eitel's Flowers & Gifts, The Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce, Asbury Towers Retirement Community, Ivy Tech Community College, and Old National Bank, is intended to spread friendship, goodwill, community spirit and of course smiles among Putnam County citizens...
After school program improves reading (08/28/07)
Putnam County students can get intensive reading help at Gobin United Methodist Church on the DePauw University campus. Registration for the After-School Enrichment begins from 3-5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4 and continues through Thursday, Sept. 6...
GHS golf falls to Terre Haute North (08/28/07)
The Greencastle girls' golf team suffered through its worst match of the year Monday night at Windy Hill. The Tiger Cubs fell to Terre Haute North 234-250. "That's by far our worst nine-hole score of the year," GHS coach Brad Kingma said. "We'd been steadily improving. This is a definite setback."...
North Putnam climbs in the polls, moves to third-place (08/28/07)
The Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school football teams, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through games of Aug. 25, rating points (360 possible) and previous rankings: Class 2A Others receiving votes: Cass 42. Tipton 28. Tri-West 24. Triton Central 8. Clarksville 6. Southridge 6. Rensselaer 6. Oak Hill 2. Heritage Christian 2...
GHS runners fourth at Hokum Karem (08/28/07)
DANVILLE -- Under sloppy conditions, the Greencastle girls' competed in the Hokum Karem at Danville Saturday. The GHS runners finished in fourth place out of 10 teams with an overall time of 2:12.49. "There was some uncertainty with several of the girls not knowing what to expect with the first meet and then to add this the rain and the slippery footing," GHS head coach Garry Anderson said...
Cloverdale grabs a five-game win against Union Dugger Monday (08/28/07)
DUGGER -- After struggling at the start, the Cloverdale volleyball team pulled out a five-game win against Union Dugger Monday night on the road. The Clovers won 18-25, 25-23, 21-25, 25-21 and 15-8. "We really got off to a slow start and struggled the first game," CHS head coach Kathy Moore said. Finally halfway through the second game we started to wake up."...
NP Girls' soccer loses to Danville (08/28/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- The North Putnam girls' soccer team lost to Danville, 10-1, at home Monday night. North Putnam's only goal was scored by Cara Horn from an assist from Elsiana Crosby. The Cougars will travel to Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter Wednesday at 5 p.m...
GHS boys' tennis ties for second place (08/28/07)
NASHVILLE -- Greencastle tennis player Brennan Burks turned in two wins Saturday at the Brown County Tourney to win the No. 2 doubles portion of the tournament and lead his team to a second-place tie in the event. Brown County won the event, and Owen Valley tied with the Tiger Cubs for third. Brownstown Central finished fourth...
Eagles place fifth at Invitational (08/28/07)
LEBANON -- Emily Zimmerman continued her strong season for South Putnam golf, shooting a 72 on an unfamiliar course to win medalist honors at the Western Boone Invitational at Cool Lake Golf Club. Her score led the Eagles to a fourth place finish with a 363...
Local rider charges to the top, earns wins in Indiana and?Tennessee (08/28/07)
EDINBURGH -- Putnam County resident, 11-year-old Trevor Pruitt and his horse Good Ole Benito Bars (Doc), won the Indiana State National Barrel Horse Association finals in Edinburg on July 15. Trevor and Doc were one of 476 entries in the Open barrel race. ...
Charles W. Brandt Jr., (08/28/07)
July 6, 1932-Aug. 25, 2007 Charles W. Brandt Jr., 75, Cloverdale, died Saturday. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of Charles and Princena (Jeffers) Brandt. A 1951 graduate of Ben David High School, he was a U.S. Army veteran. He retired from General Motors (Allison) where he was employed fo 42 yers...
Terry K. Gorham (08/28/07)
May 12, 1954-Aug. 26, 2007 Terry K. Gorham, 53, Greencastle, died Sunday afternoon at Mill Pond Health Campus. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Thomas Lee and Garnett (Williams) Gorham. A 1972 graduate of Greencastle High School, he had worked as a cook at Delta Tau Delta fraternity at DePauw University. ...
Putnam County Jail (08/28/07)
Thirteen people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. Three people were booked into the Putnam County Sheriff's Dept. recently. Deputy Adam Hull reported that Phyllis M. Craig, 62, Crawfordsville, was driving a 2000 Chevrolet pickup when she started backing up. ...
Putnam County Jail (08/28/07)
Thirteen people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. Three people were booked into the Putnam County Sheriff's Dept. recently. Deputy Adam Hull reported that Phyllis M. Craig, 62, Crawfordsville, was driving a 2000 Chevrolet pickup when she started backing up. ...
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