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Stories from Monday, September 17, 2007

Eagles win Shakamak Invitational (09/17/07)
JASONVILLE -- South Putnam's varsity volleyball team picked up a pair of big wins Saturday on its way to winning the Shakamak Invitational. They defeated Rockville in the opening round, then moved on to defeat the previously undefeated hosts to win the championship...
GHS boys' soccer picks up weekend win (09/17/07)
SULLIVAN -- Greencastle boys' varsity soccer traveled to Sullivan Saturday, where they defeated the Golden Arrows 6-2. Sullivan took a 1-0 lead on a goal from J.D. Lisman with 10:01 remaining in the first half. However, the Tiger Cubs quickly countered when Eric Davis scored a goal nine seconds later...
Eagles advance to golf regional (09/17/07)
Eagles advance to golf regional Langdon also moving on By CAINE GARDNER Sports Writer On Saturday, three Putnam county schools competed in the Northview girls' golf sectional at Forest Park in Brazil. South Putnam scored a 369 to advance to regional, while Greencastle's 424 and Cloverdale's 442 were not good enough to continue on...
DePauw opens SCAC season with big win (09/17/07)
The DePauw football team opened the 2007 SCAC season with a bang, picking off seven Centre passes on its way to a 38-7 victory over the Colonels Saturday at Blackstock Stadium. The total tied a school and SCAC record for interceptions. The Tigers also totaled 435 yards of total offense in moving to 2-0 on the season and 1-0 in the SCAC...
Track champions crowned at Lincoln Park (09/17/07)
PUTNAMVILLE -- Track champions were crowned Saturday night at Lincoln Park Speedway. Four feature wins at the Putnamville oval were enough to earn Billy Puterbaugh a sprint car championship at Lincoln Park Speedway. The Brownsburg native also claimed the championship at Gas City Speedway for the 2007 season...
Be careful with Local Option Income Tax (09/17/07)
To the Editor: I wish to encourage all interested residents of Putnam County to attend Tuesday evening's county council meeting where they will discuss three new income taxes to be assessed on every Putnam County resident. You have been or will be told that this will reduce your county property taxes that you pay twice yearly, but is this really the case? How much can you expect to save in property taxes versus how much more will you pay in increased county income taxes? These are legitimate questions that I really don't believe anyone can answer with any certainty.. ...
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