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Stories from Saturday, September 8, 2007

Knitting project aids African families (09/08/07)
Alison Case is hoping to turn her hand- knit scarves into something with a slightly tighter weave. The DePauw University sophomore is spearheading a campaign to sell scarves knitted by community members for $10 and use the proceeds to buy insecticide-treated mosquito netting for families across Africa...
Experts insist on the benefits of coffee (09/08/07)
An Arabian shepherd found his goats dancing joyously around a dark green leafy shrub with bright red cherries. It wasn't long before the shepherd determined that it was the bright red cherries that were causing the peculiar euphoria. After trying the cherries, he learned of their powerful effect. ...
Internet predators beware (09/08/07)
Love in cyberspace can be costly if you fall for a scam artist. "Loving, caring and hardworking Christian," read the online dating profile of eric_lovelyman@yahoo.com. When Ellen, a self-professed "lonely old widow" in Putnam County, received a note from Eric this summer asking if she wanted to chat, she was flattered. ...
Cougars move to 4-0 in 49-7 win over county rival South Putnam (09/08/07)
BAINBRIDGE - And the train keeps on rolling. With a cool breeze blowing and storm clouds hovering overhead, the North Putnam Cougars continued their run at a perfect season with a 47-9 victory over visiting South Putnam under the Friday night lights, putting their record at 4-0 on the season...
Young Greencastle team comes of age in 41-6 win over South Vermillion (09/08/07)
All season long, Greencastle football coach Mike Meyer has been waiting for his young squad to mature. On Friday night, he may just have seen it happen in one game. After allowing a South Vermillion touchdown on the games opening possession, the Tiger Cubs shut down the Wildcats, scoring 41 unanswered points to defeat South Vermillion 41-6 and capture their first victory of the season. GHS is 1-3...
Cloverdale punishes Turkey Run, 33-0 (09/08/07)
MARSHALL -- Cloverdale Head Coach Kyle Winkler wasn't looking past the Turkey Run Warriors Friday night, but he did seize an opportunity to prepare for next week's homecoming game against WCC foe Cascade, as the Warriors ran an offensive scheme similar the Cadets, albeit ineffectively, in a 33-0 loss to the Clovers...
Police and fire scanner for 9-8-07 (09/08/07)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. Two accidents were investigated recently by the Putnam County Sheriff's Dept. Deputy Josh Boller reported that Alicia M. King, Indianapolis, was driving east in a 2005 Ford sport utility vehicle when she stopped due to traffic backed up on the highway. ...
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