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Stories from Wednesday, September 19, 2007

County tables decision on local income tax (09/19/07)
It may not get any easier next month to make a decision, but after hearing from the public Tuesday, the Putnam County Council voted unanimously to table adoption of the Local Option Income Tax until October. More than 25 citizens turned out to hear the seven-member council discuss the tax, which has been promoted by state leaders as a way to lower property taxes by offsetting the loss with an income tax...
County clears up ATV confusion (09/19/07)
County officials are emphasizing that only people age 16 and older with a valid driver's license and insurance are allowed to ride all terrain vehicles on county roads beginning Oct. 1 when the ordinance goes into effect. Commissioners Gene Beck, Jim Baird and Kristina Warren have said they have heard concerns from the public that children younger than age 16 and unlicensed drivers will be riding ATVs on local roads. ...
'Medieval Tales' opening Friday (09/19/07)
DePauw Theatre will kick off its 2007-08 season with "Medieval Tales," a collection of short plays compiled and directed by Communication and Theatre Associate Professor Andrew Hayes, Friday, Sept. 21-Sunday, Sept. 23 and Friday, Sept. 28-Saturday, Sept. 29...
8 arrested for drunk driving during blitz (09/19/07)
Greencastle Police Department arrested eight people for driving under the influence during the Labor Day statewide crackdown impaired driving. They also issued 96 tickets during the blitz. "We take drinking and driving very seriously in Greencastle. We have zero tolerance for drinking and driving," stated Detective Michael Collins of the GPD...
Tiger Cubs dismantle Edgewood in win (09/19/07)
When Greencastle boys' soccer hosted Edgewood at Big Walnut Tuesday evening, the Mustangs didn't find the Tiger Cubs so welcoming. GHS racked up 20 shots on goal while allowing Edgewood zero, en route to a 7-0 win. "It sure seemed like we just dominated," said GHS coach Dave Lilly. "They played with us probably for 10 minutes, and then Greg (Lilly) got that first goal and gave us a little breathing room."...
Eagles drop contest with Monrovia in five games (09/19/07)
The South Putnam volleyball squad lost to Monrovia in five games Monday night. The Eagles lost 21-25, 25-20, 25-21, 16-25 and 15-9. Sam Stanifer helped lead the Eagles with 17 assists, two aces, two digs, three blocks, one kill and one block, while Shelby Johnston added nine kills, six blocks, two blocks, 16 digs and one ace...
Cotton announces retirement from?DPU (09/19/07)
Page Cotton, DePauw men's soccer coach since 1969, has announced his retirement effective at the end of the year. Cotton, who will continue to serve as the University's Theodore M. Katula Director of Athletics, made the announcement to his team following today's practice...
Clody's One Eye Champs (09/19/07)
Winners of the 15th annual Clody's One-Eye Golf Tournament to benefit the pediatric eye clinic at Riley Hospital for Children were (standing, from left) Terry Eastham, Ray Ellis, Steve Lien and Dave Bonebrake, with event founder Terry Clodfelter in front. It was the seventh consecutive year for an Eastham team to win the event. They scored 26-under par at Old Hickory Golf Course...
Ruth F. Dunagan (09/19/07)
Ruth F. Dunagan, 84, Cloverdale, formerly of Quincy, died Monday at The Waters of Greencastle. Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Frank Smith Sr. and Dorothy Elizabeth (Black) Smith. She was a homemaker. She was married to Louis P. "Chick" Dunagan. He preceded her in death on March 22, 2005...
Robert L. Gilliland (09/19/07)
Robert L. Gilliland, 81, Greencastle, died Sunday at his residence. Born in Montgomery County, he was the son of Leonard and Fern (Kuhns) Gilliland. He resided in Crawfordsville and Fort Wayne before settling in Greencastle in 1959. He retired from Public Service Indiana/Cinergy in 1993 after 34 years as a journeyman lineman. He was a member of IBEW Local 1393...
Teresa Lea Hall (09/19/07)
Teresa Lea Hall, 60, Hollywood, Fla., died Friday. Born in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Herbert and Helen Campbell Hall. She was a legal secretary working in Estate Probate. Survivors include a daughter, Lisa M. Lopez; son, Lee Recio; brothers Richard, Mark and Jay Hall and sister, Trudy Hall...
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