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Stories from Monday, September 24, 2007

Land donor names new city sewage pump after grandson (09/24/07)
Sometime down the road, probably about 10 years from now, the kids at school will learn about the gift Beau Query's grandfather gave to him Monday evening and he might never live it down. In January, when real estate agent Stephen Jones along with his brother and sister Margaret Taylor and S. ...
Sorority hosts fashion seminar on Friday (09/24/07)
Kappa Delta Phi will host a fashion seminar at 7 p.m. Friday at the Greencastle Christian Church. Marjorie Biddle, the owner of Penny-Wide Fashions, will present the seminar and demonstrate ways to dress like "a million bucks" for only pennies. The seminar will offer fashion tips and advice to build a basic wardrobe for all occasions, to accessorize for fun and flair and to find excellent clothing buys in unlikely places. ...
News briefs (09/24/07)
Sign up Girl Scout Registration Night in Greencastle is set for 6:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Tzouanakis Intermediate School. Any girl interested in joining a troop is encouraged to attend with a parent or guardian to visit with existing troops. Adult volunteers may also apply for a position with a troop...
Five Greencastle men charged in drug ring (09/24/07)
Putnam County Prosecutor Tim Bookwalter announced Monday the completion of a 14-month investigation into an alleged drug ring operating in the county. Five people have been charged in the case that involves the sale of prescription medications such as Xanax and Oxycodone and illegal drugs including cocaine and methamphetamine...
GMS counselor Lanie dies due to illness (09/24/07)
A long-time Greencastle educator died Monday morning, and the students and colleagues she worked with are mourning her loss. Roberta L. "Berdee" Lanie, a counselor at Greencastle Middle School, died after a struggle with ovarian cancer. "Berdee had a lot of friends inside and outside of school," Supt. Robert Green said Monday afternoon. "She will be sorely missed."...
Cloverdale's Langdon, South Putnam squad fall at regional at Foxcliff G.C. (09/24/07)
By JARED JERNAGAN Sports Editor MARTINSVILLE -- A tough course and some even tougher competition spelled the end of the season for Putnam County girls' golfers Saturday at IHSAA Girls Golf Regional No. 6. The site was Martinsville's Foxcliff Golf Club. Not only is Foxcliff a normally challenging course, it was longer than normal for the event...
Cougar girls' soccer earns split at Southmont Invite (09/24/07)
­CRAWFORDSVILLE -- The North Putnam girls' soccer squad competed in the Southmont Invitational Saturday. The Cougars lost the first game, 3-1 against Southmont and defeated North Montgomery in the second game 2-0. In the first game, Elsiana Crosby score North Putnam's only goal off an assist from Cara Horn. The Cougars were out shot 11-5 by Southmont...
DePauw football improves to 3-0 with win (09/24/07)
SEWANEE -- Dorrius Ford's second touchdown run of the game, midway through the fourth quarter, and a defensive stand in the closing minute lifted DePauw to a 14-10 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win at Sewanee. DePauw improved to 3-0 overall for the first time since 1985 and also are 2-0 in SCAC play. Sewanee dropped to 1-2 overall and 0-2 in the conference...
Former DePauw president Richard Rosser dies at 78 (09/24/07)
Richard F. Rosser, DePauw's seventeenth president who led the University from 1977 to 1986, passed away Friday in Maine. He was 78 years old. Under Dr. Rosser's leadership, DePauw restored historic East College, renovated Asbury Hall and Roy O. West Library, and built the Lilly Physical Education and Recreation Center. The University's endowment grew four-fold from $19.4 million to $83.2 million during his tenure...
Nancy C. McMains (09/24/07)
Nancy C. McMains, 60, Plainfield, died Sunday in Indianapolis. Born in Binghamton, N.Y., she was the daughter of Francis and Barbara (Pope) O'Brien. She was married to Randal McMains, who survives. A graduate of Greencastle High School, she was a warehouse worker at Hat World for five and a half years...
Dorothy M. (Stringer) Crawford (09/24/07)
Dorothy M. (Stringer) Crawford, 75, Plainfield, died Sunday at the St. Vincent Heart Center in Indianapolis. A former resident of Putnam County, she was the daughter of Henry and Bes­sie (Thompson) Callahan. She was a press operator in Plant Five at Allison's Division of General Motors for 19 years...
Roberta L. "Berdee" Lanie (09/24/07)
Roberta L. "Berdee" Lanie, 60, Greencastle, died Monday. Born in LaPorte, she was the daughter of Robert and Helen (Saunders) Cripe. A guidance counselor at Greencastle Middle School for the last 17 yeas, she was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Green­castle Cemetery Board, and the Greencastle Housing Authority Board...
Putnam Scanner for 9-25-07 (09/24/07)
City police Greencastle Officer Albert Epple investigated an accident Sept. 19 on Ind. 240. He reported that Phillip Crank, 45, Greencastle, was driving a Freightliner truck heading east on Ind. 240 when a vehicle driven by Traci O'Neal, 38, Bainbridge, turned southbound into his path...
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