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Stories from Wednesday, October 3, 2007

33rd year for Berry St. (10/03/07)
Thirty years ago, residents on West Berry Street in Greencastle held their first flea market. Little did they know, but it would still be going strong all these years later. On Saturday, Oct. 6, the street will be lined with tents and tables full of exciting items for visitors to peruse...
Greencastle native has flare for corn mazes (10/03/07)
An annual tradition that started with school field trips has turned into a new vocation for a former Greencastle resident and his family. Growing pumpkins, running an orchard and making apple cider at Stuckey Farm near Sheridan are now a way of life for Jeff Pierce, his wife Shannon, and their sons Jordan, 15, and James, 12...
Relay tower approved for South Putnam (10/03/07)
South Putnam school officials had no problem communicating their need for a tower to be built next to the corporation headquarters when they addressed the Greencastle Board of Zoning Appeals Tuesday night. Supt. Bruce Bernhardt told the board he hopes the 160-foot communication tower will be constructed within the month. Other towers are scheduled to be built beginning next week near Reelsville Elementary, Fillmore Elementary and South Putnam High School...
Cloverdale Main Street receives award (10/03/07)
Cloverdale Main Street is one of four communities in the state of Indiana to receive the technical assistance award from Ball State University and Indiana Main Street. The Assistantship Project is a joint effort of Indiana Main Street and Ball State University. A graduate student in Ball State's Center for Historic Preservation provides the eligible Main Street community with assistance with their selected project proposal...
Tiger Cub runners sweep county titles (10/03/07)
The cross country teams of Putnam County converged on South Putnam High School for the 2007 Putnam County Meet. At the end of the evening, Greencastle swept both county titles. In the girls' meet, the Tiger Cubs totalled 31 points and were paced by the second place finish of Laura Weatherford. Sara Culler, Kaitlyn Murtagh andHannah Serlin all joined Weatherford on the All-County team, finishing fourth through sixth. Katie Trigg was the last runner to score for GHS, finishing 14th...
Clover volleyball stuffs Eminence (10/03/07)
CLOVERDALE -- As "Back in Black" resonated in the Cloverdale gym, the black and green clad CHS volleyball team stormed the court and took care of Eminence in three games. The Clovers won 25-19, 25-14 and 25-10. "I thought we played well," CHS coach Kathy Moore. "Sometime when another team is struggling you have the tendency not to play your best. We tried running a couple of new plays, so we have some things to work on."...
Cougars still second (10/03/07)
With its win over Monrovia Friday, North Putnam moved its record to 7-0. The Cougars remained at No. 2 in Class 2A behind Jimtown, which is also undefeated. The Cougars will travel to No. 6 Speedway at 7 p.m. Friday. Gates open at 6 p.m. AP Indiana High School Football Top 10 Teams...
NPMS football sweeps Eagles (10/03/07)
Both North Putnam Middle School football teams traveled to South Putnam Monday evening and picked up wins. The seventh grade won 18-6, as noted in Tuesday's BannerGraphic. Top defensive players for the Cougars were Eric Davis, Morgan Hensley, Trevor Smith and Laren Sanford...
Joe Everson (10/03/07)
Joe Everson, 63, Greencastle, died Monday at St. Vincent Heart Center. Born in Crawfordsville, he was the son of Frantz and Nannie Woodall Everson. He was raised in Parke County. Everson graduated from Turkey Run High School and served in the U.S. Air Force. He was a graduate of Indiana State University, worked at Public Service Indiana for 14 years, and was a manager at Wal-Mart Distribution since 1992. He was the longest standing employee at the Greencastle Distribution Center...
Danver R. Hudson (10/03/07)
Danver R. Hudson, 79, Greencastle, died Monday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Butler County, Ky., he was the son of Dan and Ella Hack Hudson. He owned and operated Hudson's Market in Fillmore for 22 years. He was a member of Fillmore United Methodist Church. He also was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II...
Carol Louise Keck (10/03/07)
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...
Robert Ray Romas (10/03/07)
Robert "Bob" Ray Romas, 73, of Clay County, died Monday at his residence following a lengthy illness. Born in Clay County's Perry Township, he was the son of Harry and Emma Siegelin Romas. He was a 1952 graduate of Brazil High School and later served in the U.S. Army from 1957-59. He married Doris May Meyer Sept. 2, 1978, and she survives...
Police scanners for Oct. 3, 2007 (10/03/07)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. Several accidents were investigated recently by the Putnam County Sheriff's Department. Matthew C. Janeway, 16, of West County Road 1100 South in Reelsville, was driving north on County Road 500 West when he lost control of his vehicle when he braked to avoid corn in the road. ...
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