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Stories from Thursday, October 11, 2007

While other schools lost students, GCSC grew (10/11/07)
The Greencastle school district grew by 28 students from last year, and that could mean more state education funds. Supt. Robert Green said the growth in the average daily membership came mostly at the middle school and high school level. The ADM number was set at 1,962. However, kindergarten students are counted as only one-half membership, even though they may attend all day. Adding those pupils back into the count takes the number of enrolled students to 2,033 for the district...
While other schools lost students, GCSC?grew (10/11/07)
The Greencastle school district grew by 28 students from last year, and that could mean more state education funds. Supt. Robert Green said the growth in the average daily membership came mostly at the middle school and high school level. The ADM number was set at 1,962. However, kindergarten students are counted as only one-half membership, even though they may attend all day. Adding those pupils back into the count takes the number of enrolled students to 2,033 for the district...
Bainbridge says 'no' to ATV's (10/11/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- The Bainbridge Town Council reversed a previous decision to follow county ATV guidelines Wednesday and moved forward on a crafting its own ordinance on the subject. When Town Marshall Rodney Fenwick asked the board for guidance in policing ATVs on Bainbridge roadways, members ultimately decided that Fenwick should enforce the existing state law, which bans their use, as well as all unlicensed vehicles, on streets...
Crash injures three, one critically, on Interstate 70 (10/11/07)
Three people were injured in a late Tuesday crash on Interstate 70 after a car crossed the median and hit a semi-tractor trailer, causing the truck to burst open and spill its load of frozen food. The passenger in the car, Alan Peters, 24, of Terre Haute, was critically injured and remained so Wednesday evening, according to Reelsville Fire Chief John McPherson...
FFA collects food to 'Can Hunger' (10/11/07)
The North Putnam FFA chapter, along with 11 others from across the state, have been selected to participate in a program called "Can Hunger." Through this program, the selected chapters have been challenged by Toyota and the National FFA to collect 1 million cans of food for donation to local food banks...
Purdue Club gets 'ultra-small' look (10/11/07)
Nanotechnology  and Purdue University's  research projects in this area will be the topic when the Purdue Club of Putnam County hosts a special dinner and program on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at Autumn Glen. The dinner is open to the public and will feature George B. ...
Cougar volleyball falls to Wildcats (10/11/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- The North Putnam volleyball team fell to South Vermillion in four games Wednesday, 25-18, 23-25, 25-12, 25-10. Ashley Doyle led the Cougars with nine blocks and 21 digs. Kacy Wendling had 26 assists. Taylor Alles collected one solo block and three assist blocks...
Clover 8th grade ends with win (10/11/07)
LINTON -- The Cloverdale eighth grade football team defeated Linton-Stockton 16-14 Tuesday evening. The Clovers conclude their season with a 5-4 record. "Defense was the key to this game," Clover coach Billy Boyette said. He particularly emphasized the play of his defensive line. Rathel Moore had 16 tackles, six of which were for losses. Brian Dale had eight tackles and Jeremiah Valz added four more...
Curtis R. Scheuermann (10/11/07)
Curtis R. Scheuermann, 48, Greencastle, died Tues-day. Born in Quincy, Ill., he was the son of Raymond E. and Ellen H. (Curtis) Scheuermann. A graduate of Lincoln Technical Institute, he was an automotive diesel technician with York Automotive Group...
Police and Jail records for Oct. 11, 2007 (10/11/07)
City Police Greencastle police issued the following tickets recently: On Friday: On Sunday: On Monday: Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently...
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