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Stories from Saturday, September 22, 2007

Area schools report lower enrollment, meaning some loss in state funding (09/22/07)
The numbers emerging from last week's state-mandated headcount show that enrollment at Putnam County schools is down about 131 students. This will cost the four school districts more than half a million dollars. With the largest loss this year, Cloverdale School Corporation shed about 77 students -- more than 5 percent of its enrollment from last year, according to figures from Cloverdale High School Principal Sunny Stoltz...
Musical group fosters friendship, family and fun (09/22/07)
Amid lots of laughter and questions the 30-member Covered Bridge Country Chorus (CBCC) sang their way through a repertoire of songs while practicing for their annual show on Oct. 13. From the sheer dedication of memorizing songs and learning to harmonize in true barbershop quartet style, the love these women feel for their craft bursts forth in song...
African art on display at DePauw (09/22/07)
"Art of Africa: Objects from the Collection of Warren Robbins," an exhibition that highlights the private collection of the former founder and director of the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, arrived at DePauw University Friday. The art will be on view at the William Weston Clarke Emison Museum of Art at DePauw until Dec. 7...
Eagles pick up second straight win, defeat Clovers 21-8 (09/22/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Cloverdale football players don four-leaf clovers on their helmets and could have used a little luck Friday night when hosting county rival South Putnam Eagles. Cloverdale lost the contest 21-8 but showed a different face in the second half...
Big second half leads North past GHS (09/22/07)
After a week of worry for North Putnam fans following last week's injury to starting quarterback Griffen Dahlstrom, there turned out to be no cause for stress. Not only did Dahlstrom start Friday's game at Greencastle, but backup quarterback J.T. Francies had even more success after replacing Dahlstrom in the third quarter...
Eagle volleyball falls to Warriors (09/22/07)
DANVILLE -- The South Putnam volleyball team suffered its second consecutive loss Thursday in a five-game match with Danville, 25-18, 18-25, 23-25, 25-20, 15-13. The Eagles had to contend not only with a close loss, but an injury to a key player. "Tonight was a tough loss for the team," said Eagle coach Jill Newton. "Sam Stanifer went down with a new injury in the third game and was out for the rest of the night. The team had to adjust working with a new setter."...
Betty Ann Cummins (09/22/07)
Betty Ann Cummins, 75, Martinsville, died Friday at Miller's Merry Manor in Mooresville. Born in Paris, Ill., she was the daughter of George P. and Lois (Dickson) Sloan. She married Clarence E. Cummins, and he survives. She was a registered Nurse for Dr. Robert Heavin, Coatesville...
Garald W. Starr (09/22/07)
Garald W. "GW" Starr, 85, Cloverdale, died Wednesday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Bedford, he was the son of William Atlee and Lily Mae (Howel) Starr. He was a graduate of Arsenal Technical High School. He married Martha Baker on Aug. 9, 1947. She survives. He served in the United States Navy in WWII...
Police scanners for Sept. 22, 2007 (09/22/07)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently...
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