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Stories from Saturday, October 6, 2007

Greencastle LoBill foods up for auction (10/06/07)
The former Lo Bill Foods building on Indianapolis Road will hit the auction block next month, nearly a year after corporate parent Marsh closed the store down. The announcement of the Nov. 15 sale comes in spite of efforts from the city of Greencastle to convince the troubled supermarket chain to donate the 52,000-square-foot building or at least sell it at a reduced price, said Mayor Nancy Michael...
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. addresses DePauw crowd (10/06/07)
Local candidates for '07 to debate Oct. 24 at DPU (10/06/07)
The Greencastle League of Women Voters, WGRE Radio and the Banner-Graphic are co-sponsoring a Candidates Forum for the City of Greencastle at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24 at the Watson Forum in the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media on the DePauw University campus...
Drivers beware: fall is the time for deer (10/06/07)
The Indiana State Police Putnamville District, remind motorists that many property and personal injury crashes occur this time of year as the deer migrate from the fields to the roadways. Each year in Indiana, several thousand dollars worth of damage occurs from vehicle-deer crashes...
School Calendars for the week of Oct. 8-12 (10/06/07)
AREA 30 CAREER CENTER Monday, Oct. 8 through Friday, Oct. 12 - Area 30 Preschool/Child Care, 6:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11 - Area 30 Career Center Open House, 5-7 p.m. Note: GED testing is scheduled for Oct. 23-24, 4-8 p.m. Call 653-3515 for more information...
Tiger Cubs run wild on Cadets, 36-7 (10/06/07)
CLAYTON -- The Greencastle football team traveled to Cascade Friday night and literally ran all over the Cadets, ultimately winning the contest 36-7. "We made mistakes and we had some missed opportunities, but I'm very pleased with a good win," GHS head coach Mike Meyer said. "We ran the ball, we made some nice plays, and we did some nice things."...
Cougar victory over Sparkplugs clenches share of conference crown (10/06/07)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The undefeated, Class 2A, 2nd ranked, North Putnam Cougars football team traveled to Indianapolis Friday night to play the always tough, Class 2A, 8th ranked, Speedway Sparkplugs, continuing their quest for their second consecutive West Central Conference championship and undefeated season...
Eagle defense powers 19-6 WCC victory over Monrovia (10/06/07)
MONROVIA --A South Putnam defense that neutralized Monrovia's running attack led the way, as the Eagles moved to 3-5 with a 19-6 win over the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs tallied just 98 yards in total offense, 52 of which came on a late pass play. Coach Troy Burgess was obviously pleased with the defense...
Clovers fall to Patriots at home, 35-8 (10/06/07)
CLOVERDALE -- It didn't take long for the Cloverdale football team to see Friday was not its night. The visiting Owen Valley Patriots took the opening play from scrimmage 77 yards for a touchdown with only 17 seconds gone in the contest. Although no more plays were nearly that large, much of the remainder of the night was the same, as the Clovers fell to the Patriots, 35-8...
Greencastle volleyball defeats South Putnam in three games (10/06/07)
With the season winding down, the Greencastle volleyball team is hitting its stride at the right time. The Tiger Cubs downed South Putnam 25-10, 25-11 and 25-21 Thursday night. "We played well against a county opponent and came out on top," GHS head coach Trish Lowe said...
Everett Everman (10/06/07)
Everett Leon Everman, 93, Roachdale, died at Friday morning at Mill Pond Health Campus at Greencastle. Born at Morton, he was the son of James and Goldie (Obenchain) Everman. He retired from IBM in 1974 and served on the town Board at Roachdale for several years. He was a decorated WWII veteran serving in the U. S. Army from 1941-46. He served in the Pacific theater of operations in the Avengers of Battan...
Virginia Ann Parker (10/06/07)
Virginia Ann Parker, 72, Greenville, Texas, formerly of Belle Union, died Thursday at Briarcliff Nursing Center, Greenville. Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Oral Ray and Sarah Isabel (Salsman) Parker. She was a graduate of Irving High School in Irving, Texas and had worked as a clerical secretary...
Police and fire scanners for Oct. 6, 2007 (10/06/07)
City Police Several tickets were issued recently by the Greencastle Police Department. Greencastle Fire Dept. The Greencastle Fire Department responded to one recent run. On Friday:...
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