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Stories from Saturday, October 13, 2007

Local parts maker idles 200 workers for 2 weeks (10/13/07)
International Automotive Components (Lear Corp.) temporarily laid off about 200 employees in Greencastle earlier this week because of turbulence in the car industry. The employees all left voluntarily Monday, IAC spokesman David Ladd said, and will be back at their jobs after two weeks...
Police investigate crash that left town powerless (10/13/07)
The Putnam County Sheriff's Department is investigating a crash in Cloverdale early Friday that knocked down a telephone pole and left half of the town without power for several hours. Deputy Craig Sibbitt, who responded to the wreck, said a Red Plymouth minivan was driving east on Folton Street when it struck an electric pole head-on as the driver and two passengers were leaving Jim's Place bar, 3 E. Market St., shortly before 2:30 a.m...
Fillmore couple airlifted after crash (10/13/07)
Two people were airlifted Friday night from a car accident that ended on a set of railroad tracks near Fillmore. Police and firefighters were called to the scene of a single-car accident at around 5:40 p.m. near the intersection of CR 400 East and CR 75 North (Right-of-Way Road)...
Former school official arrested for indecent exposure (10/13/07)
A former Greencastle Community School Corporation superintendent was arrested this week in Greenwood, Ind., for alleged public indecency and indecent exposure. John R. Coomer, 68, allegedly exposed and then fondled himself in front of an undercover Greenwood police officer in the bathroom of a public park Tuesday, according to a police report...
School Calendars for the week of Oct. 15-19 (10/13/07)
CLOVERDALE ELEMENTARY Monday, Oct. 15 - K Vision Screening. Tuesday, Oct. 16-Thursday, Oct. 18 - Parent/Teacher Conference, early dismissal, 10:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 19 - Fall Break. CLOVERDALE MIDDLE SCHOOL Monday, Oct. 15 - After school tutoring until 3:20 p.m...
Cougars secure WCC title with win over Cloverdale, 35-0 (10/13/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- With a win against visiting Cloverdale, the North Putnam Cougars concluded their second perfect regular season and secured sole possession of the West Central Conference championship. North Putnam defeated the Clovers 35-0 and enters the post-season with a full head of steam...
Eagles rout Cadets in season finale, 42-7 (10/13/07)
It was clear Friday would be South Putnam's night after one drive. It took the Eagles only two plays to score a touchdown, both runs from Jacob Parrish. After the Parrish score, there was a bad snap on the extra point, but holder Adam Hammond found Derek Tomaw for the two-point conversion anyway...
Tiger Cubs spoil Patriots' homecoming (10/13/07)
SPENCER -- On a night that could only have been designed for football, the Greencastle Tiger Cubs took a short bus ride south to Owen County to try to spoil homecoming for the Owen Valley faithful and make it 3 straight wins going into their sectional game next week against Danville...
Morgan Lee Gentry (10/13/07)
Morgan Lee Gentry, New Market, died Thursday. He was born the son of Ryan and Angela Gentry. In addition to his parents, he is survived by three brothers, Rylan and Colson Gentry, New Market, and Dawson Beck, Montezuma, and a sister, Trystan Beck, Montezuma; grandparents Dennis and Lisa Gentry, New Market, Peg and Curt Livesay, Crawfordsville, Louis English and Vickie App, Greencastle; great-grandparents John and Nancy App, Harold and Donna Gentry, Dan and Oma Sewell and Joan and Glenn Livesay...
Bradley Phillips II (10/13/07)
Bradley W. Phillips II, 18, Greencastle, died Thursday. He was born in Indianapolis to Bradley W. and Ruth Ann Parrish Phillips. Bradley was a student at Greencastle High School and was involved in Special Olympics Bowling. His paternal grandmother, Mary Phillips and his maternal grandfather, Dewayne Parrish Sr. preceded him in death...
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