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Stories from Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Study looks at the effectiveness of touch (10/02/07)
A firm handshake. A mother gently rocking her child to sleep. Fingers dancing across the keys of a piano. The common thread among theses three activities? Touch. Most of us don't think about the concept of touch as we move about our daily lives. Often when we do, it is in the negative sense, as in child abuse...
Bob York and sons owners of new Chevy Buick dealership (10/02/07)
The York Family is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Chevrolet Buick franchise for Putnam County, and that they are the authorized representatives of the Chevrolet Buick Motor Division. "A warm welcome to all current Chevrolet and Buick owners," Bob York said. "We are happy to service and warranty all Chevrolet Buick products."...
Study gives insight into how men shop (10/02/07)
Putnam County resident Jim Smith finds grocery shopping for his family a sometimes daunting task. With both he and his wife working fulltime, he finds himself picking up more household duties like grocery shopping. Unfortunately, retailers are not doing much to make the trip any easier or more enticing for male shoppers...
Eagles fall to Northview in three games (10/02/07)
South Putnam volleyball had a very tough match against a talented opponent Monday when it hosted Northview. The Eagles struggled with serve receive against a Knights team that placed the ball where it wanted to all night. Ultimately, South Putnam lost 25-11, 25-9, 25-16...
GHS girls' soccer defeats Edgewood 4-0 (10/02/07)
The Greencastle girls' soccer team rebounded from an uncharacteristic first half to defeat the Edgewood Mustangs 4-0 Monday night. The Tiger Cubs started the game unusually out of sync and struggled for most of the first half before finding its way...
GHS boys' soccer draws with Owen Valley (10/02/07)
SPENCER -- It was a game of two different halves Monday as Greencastle traveled to Owen Valley to take on the Patriots in varsity soccer action. Owen Valley took full advantage of its home pitch, with senior Ethan Fields scoring early in the opening period to give the Patriots a 1-0 lead...
North Putnam downs Mustangs in five games (10/02/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- The North Putnam volleyball team defeated Fountain Central in five games Monday night. The Cougars won 22-25, 20-25, 25-20, 25-21 and 15-9. "Although we did not have our best night, we found a way to pull out a win," head coach Michelle Spencer said...
NP seventh grade defeats Eagles (10/02/07)
The North Putnam seventh grade traveled to South Putnam Monday and picked up an 18-6 victory over the Eagles. The Cougars are 4-3 on the season. Scoring for the Cougars were Bryan Quates and two touchdowns from Garth Wishert. Wishert scored one rushing touchdown and another on a fumble recovery...
Alex Alleys releases league standings (10/02/07)
Alex Alleys has released the standings for four of its leagues as of last week. 3-D Tire & Service (Monday) High team scratch game -- Old Timers 638 High team scratch series -- Old Timers 1,731 High individual game -- Janet Dickerson 192 High individual series -- Janet Dickerson 498...
Carol Louise Keck (10/02/07)
Carol Louise Keck, 68, Roachdale, died early Tuesday at her residence. Born at Roachdale, she was the daughter of Harold S. and Geneva I. (Blaydes) Young. A, 1957 graduate of Roachdale High School, she was a member of the New Hope Christian Church and F.A.H. Club of Roachdale. She worked at the Dime Store in Crawfordsville and R.R. Donnelley's in Crawfordsville. She served as a song evangelist around West Central Indiana for many years...
Joe Everson (10/02/07)
Joe Everson, 63, Greencastle, died Monday at St. Vincent Heart Center, Carmel. Arrangements are pending at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Police scanners for Oct. 2, 2007 (10/02/07)
Putnam County Jail Two people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. The Putnam County Sheriff's Department investigated several recent accidents. Damage is estimated between $1,000 and $2,500. Damage is estimated between $1,000 and $2,500...
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