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Stories from Friday, September 7, 2007

Ellsworth focused on Iraq as he returns to Washington (09/07/07)
Rep. Brad Ellsworth says he has a lot of priorities from now until the end of the year. But it's not his mine safety proposals that are consuming the time and attention of the U.S. Congress. It's not the bill the freshman District 8 lawmaker introduced early this summer that would require all manufactured homes to have weather radios, either...
Chalk Art Bash Sept. 29 (09/07/07)
Greencastle's Chalk Art Bash, sponsored by the Putnam County Convention and Visitors Bureau, will take place Saturday, Sept. 29 on the square, and not Saturday, Sept. 9 as published in the Sept. 1 issue of the Banner Graphic. People of all ages are invited to bring their chalk, or pick some up from Bright Futures, and create a design of their choice on the sidewalk. Funds raised will go to support local organization Return-A-Gift...
Cloverdale board revisits former board's decision (09/07/07)
CLOVERDALE - The officers of the Cloverdale Board of Zoning Appeals were barely five minutes in their positions Thursday night before they were forced to deal with a wrecker service owner's request to review a previous board's ruling that he was in violation of town ordinance...
Last show of the season for PCPH (09/07/07)
The 46th season of Putnam County Playhouse will come to a close with a production of the Neil Simon comedy "The Sunshine Boys." The first show was Thursday, but performances continues tonight and Saturday, as well as Wednesday, Sept. 12 through Saturday, Sept. 15...
DePauw to welcome author Bell (09/07/07)
DePauw University welcomes Bell Hooks to campus this month as an Elizabeth P. Allen Distinguished University Professor. Hooks -- a writer, professor, and social critic named one of Utne Reader's "100 Visionaries Who Could Change Your Life" --will present several public events which are free and open to all...
GPD opens new forensics lab (09/07/07)
Cases could be processed more quickly at the Greencastle Police Department, thanks to a first-ever computer forensics lab recently installed at the police station. Assistant Police Chief Brian Hopkins and Sgt. Terry Eastham have been trained in conducting computer forensics...
Greencastle boys' soccer squad deals North Putnam a 5-1 loss (09/07/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- They say when it rains it pours. This was certainly the case when Greencastle boys' soccer visited North Putnam. While the clouds overhead held no precipitation, the Tiger Cubs' offense rained down four goals in under eight minutes late in the first half...
GHS stuffs Tri-West in four games (09/07/07)
A big game at the net from Olivia Miller coupled with a large assist game from Kelsey Hennette, helped the Greencastle volleyball team earn its fifth victory of the season on Thursday. The Tiger Cubs defeated Tri-West in four games 25-15, 17-25, 25-12 and 25-21...
Cougars outlast Rockville (09/07/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- The North Putnam volleyball team battled the Rockville Rox for five game Thursday night, ultimately winning 20-25, 23-25, 25-17, 25-21 and 15-10. After dropping the first two games, the Cougars could have easily packed it in but North came out and took three games from the Rox...
Eagles cross country squads place third at Clay City (09/07/07)
CLAY CITY -- The South Putnam boys' and girls' cross country team both posted third-place finishes in the Clay City Invitational. The boys' tallied 57 points, while the girls 48. Tyler Shoffner was the top boy finisher, with a 10th-place finish with a time of 19:57. ...
GHS girls defeat West Vigo (09/07/07)
WEST TERRE HAUTE -- With five girls finishing in the top 10, the Greencastle girls' cross country team scored a victory of West Vigo Thursday night. Hannah Serlin was the top finisher for the Tiger Cubs with a time of 21:15. Sara Culler followed her with a time of 22:46 and Kaitlyn Murtagh finished in 22:58...
NP girls soccer loses to Chargers (09/07/07)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- The North Putnam girls' soccer team dropped its second contest in as many days to North Montgomery, 2-1 Thursday night. "We played a good game tonight, we just couldn't produce enough offense to catch up after North Montgomery scored their second goal," head coach Scott Spencer said...
Greencastle girls' soccer ties with Terre Haute (09/07/07)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Greencastle Lady Tiger Cubs traveled to Terre Haute South on Tuesday evening for a scorcher of a game. Both teams had to battle with each other as well as temperatures in the 90s. The Tiger Cubs took some early shots on the Braves goal but could not connect with the net...
Warren nets first college goal (09/07/07)
Greencastle High School graduate Rena Warren recorded her first college goal as LeTourneau University defeated the University of Dallas 5-0 for its first win of the season. After the YellowJackets took a 3-0 lead into the half, Warren scored her goal in the second half, while senior Erin Wait also scored her first career goal. The Yellow Jackets outshot the Crusaders by a margin of 31-2...
Greencastle golf finishes third (09/07/07)
The Greencastle girls golf team finished third in a three-way match with Northview and Crawfordsville. Leaders for the Tiger Cubs were Dana Norman with 45, Chelsea Samuels with 51, Kelsey Murtagh with 60, Jessica Pasho with 60, Ashlyn Archer with 67, Diane Woukon with 68 and Kay Wood with a 72...
Police scanners for 9-7-07 (09/07/07)
Sheriff's Dept. A Greencastle teen was injured in a one-car accident at 10:17 p.m. Wednesday in Floyd Township. Deputy Adam Hull reported that Melissa K. Yeagley, 17, 3204 E. CR 275 North, Greencastle, was driving north in a 2003 Hyundai Elantra when she lost control of the car in loose gravel. The car struck a tree head-on, and Yeagley sustained a leg injury. She was transported to Hendricks Regional Health via Operation Life ambulance...
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