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Stories from Monday, October 29, 2007

Ivy Tech project granted $375,000 boost (10/29/07)
Supporters of Ivy Tech Community College's proposed new campus in Greencastle have 375,000 reasons to celebrate following a dedication ceremony at the construction site Monday morning. Officials with the Putnam County Community Foundation presented Ivy Tech with grants totally $375,000 to be put toward the college's $1.9 million capital campaign, which will help pay for computers and other technology that will fill the building once it has been constructed...
Chamber looking for Christmas Spirit (10/29/07)
It's time again for local businesses to break out the tinsel, lights and ornaments and get creative for the holidays. The Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce is now accepting entries for the 2007 Spirit of Christmas Award. Since 1984 the award has been presented to the local business whose holiday decorations have best captured the "Spirit of Christmas."...
City ready for leaf collection (10/29/07)
Every fall, the city of Greencastle provides vacuum leaf collection for its residents. Department of Public Works crews drive large equipment through the various neighborhoods with a truck pulling a specialized vacuum to collect leaves that have been raked between the curb and the sidewalk...
Clovers fall to Miners in regional opener (10/29/07)
FERDINAND -- After coming off a second straight Tri-West Sectional title, Cloverdale volleyball coach Kathy Moore knew her team could beat its opening match opponent, Linton-Stockton, at the Forest Park Regional, but in order to do that she admitted that her team would have to play at its best...
DePauw scores early and often on way to 35-6 win (10/29/07)
Sometimes when things are going, they're really going right. That was the case for the DePauw passing game Saturday, as quarterback Spud Dick went14-for-17 for 322 yards and a school record-tying five touchdowns. Chris Gasbarra caught three of the scores to tie the school record for receiving touchdowns in a game...
Tiger volleyball splits Saturday matches (10/29/07)
The DePauw University women's volleyball team earned a split against visiting Millikin and Mount St. Joseph. The Tigers lost their first match against Millikin but won in the afternoon against Mount St. Joseph. In their match-up with the Big Blue, the Tigers lost the first game 30-28. DPU kept the game close with Adrienne Cobb, Kim Hamer and Erin Cunningham blasting shots into the Big Blue...
Gail Carlene McLin (10/29/07)
Gail Carlene McLin, 61, Brazil, died at noon Saturday at her residence. Born in Mt. Clemens, Mich., she was the daughter of John H. and Anne Meeks Myers. She had worked for several years in food service at DePauw University and the Indiana Reception Diagnostic Center...
Elijah Lewis (10/29/07)
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. ...
James Foote (10/29/07)
James Foote, 43, Poland, died Monday at Putnam County Hospital. Arrangements are pending at Whitaker Funeral Home, Cloverdale.
Putnam Scanner for Oct. 30, 2007 (10/29/07)
Greencastle Fire Dept. Greencastle Fire Department responded to several calls this weekend. On Saturday: • At 11:36 a.m., firefighters were called to Blackstock Stadium, 100 W. Hanna St., for a power line on fire. When they arrived, they found a downed power line. Crews called Duke Energy and were back on station at 11:54 a.m...
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