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Stories from Sunday, October 28, 2007

Wabash student dies in fall (10/28/07)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- Wabash College mourns the loss of Patrick Michael Woehnker, 19, Kendallville, who died early Sunday morning from injuries sustained after falling from the rooftop of Goodrich Hall. "Three months ago we welcomed Patrick and his classmates in the Class of 2011 to our band of brothers here at Wabash," said Wabash President Patrick White. "We've lost a brother and it's a very sad time for our entire community, but especially his classmates, fraternity brothers, and teammates."...
Cougar food drive (10/28/07)
North Putnam High School seniors and Future Farmers of America vice presidents Ashlee Pinney (left) and Mindy Fordice (right) unload canned goods FFA members collected for the Senior Center Food Pantry. The group donated six shy of 4,000 food items for the pantry. The donations should last the pantry at least two months, said Senior Center organizer Alice White...
Prindle Institute dedicated at DPU (10/28/07)
"The concept of establishing an Institute was aimed at transforming the very nature of DePauw University, putting it on a different plateau," said Janet W. Prindle on Friday at the dedication of the Institute for Ethics that bears her name. Prindle, a 1958 graduate of DePauw, said she believes that the Institute will make her alma mater "a destination for critical inquiry and discourse" and nurture faculty members, students, staff and visitors "in forming new thinking to resolve critical problems.". ...
Jack-O-Lantern part of season's scary traditions (10/28/07)
Several frightening creatures and myths arose from Halloween. One of them surrounds the creation and existence of the Jack-O-Lantern. According to myth he is a spirit who has been denied entrance into Heaven and Hell and is doomed to wander the earth searching for a place to rest for all eternity...
GHS educator honored by state (10/28/07)
A Greencastle High School teacher is among the top educators in the state and will be recognized as a semifinalist in this year's Indiana Teacher of the Year program in November. Since 1985, Vickie Parker has shared her teaching gift with students in speech, English and theater. And the positive energy she brings to school each day is one of the reasons GHS Principal Jim Church said he nominated her for the award...
Noble Woodson "Woody" New (10/28/07)
Noble Woodson "Woody" New, 83, Greencastle, died Saturday. Born in Dnaville, he was the son of Noble Y. and Marie Opal Key New. A farmer, he was a member of First Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife of 63 years, Mary New; children Noble W. New and wife RhoDonna, Greencastle, James H. ...
Elijah Lewis (10/28/07)
Elijah Lewis, 67, Coatesville, died Friday. Born in Manchester, Ky., he was the son of Letcher Perry and Mary Ellen (Collins) Lewis. He had been employed at Laser Mobile Home Transport, and at Deer Meadow Elementary School. Surviving are his wife of 20 years, Tonya R. ...
Oma Ruth Flint (10/28/07)
Oma Ruth Flint, 87, Greencastle, died Saturday morning at Mill Pond Health Campus. Born in Lagrange County, she was the daughter of Russell and Kitty (Forst) Fuller. She was a homemaker and a member of Brick Chapel United Methodist Church. She married Lewis Flint on June 18, 1938. He died in 1990...
Timothy Scott Deaton (10/28/07)
Timothy Scott Deaton, 21, Lafayette, formerly of Crawfordsville, died Saturday at Lafayette. Born in Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., he was the son of Gerald and Peggy (Sewell) Deaton. A 2004 graduate of Crawfordsville High School, he was a member of Browns Valley Christian Church...
Putnam Scanner for Oct. 29, 2007 (10/28/07)
Putnam County Jail Nine people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. • Terrance Garrett, 19, Greencastle, was booked in at 10:07 p.m. Friday for possession of alcohol by a minor. He was arrested at PCJ. He was released on his own recognizance at 10:32 p.m. Friday...
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