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Stories from Friday, November 9, 2007

Hometown heroes: Students save crash victim (11/09/07)
Sometimes teenagers don't think before they act. That is what happened early Saturday morning when four local youths spotted a burning pick-up truck on the side of the road. Taylor Thomas, 16, and his girlfriend Ashley Witt, 18, rounded a corner on U.S. ...
Tune in for North Putnam football (11/09/07)
Anyone who can't make it to tonight's regional football game with North Putnam facing Heritage Christian at Roachdale can tune in to a live Internet event at http://www.wibc.com/ihsaa/index_live_video.aspx. Game time is 7 p.m.
Tension high at meeting about proposed mine (11/09/07)
Rural homeowners seeking peace and quiet in the country clashed with proposed industrial development at the Putnam County Plan Commission meeting Thursday evening. About 50 people who live near the 135-acre plot in Cloverdale Township on County Road 1000 South that Buzzi Unicem wants to use for a shale mine turned out to voice their opposition to the cement company's proposal to rezone the land from agriculture to mineral extraction...
Cloverdale schools to honor veterans (11/09/07)
CLOVERDALE -- When Cloverdale Middle School Assistant Principal Dave Walton began organizing Veterans Day programs for his students, the message was sometimes lost on them. The students would gather in the gymnasium and watch as the teachers and administrators honored aging men who served in conflicts that ended well before they were born...
Sculpture lends natural flare at DePauw (11/09/07)
Turnovers continue to plague Cougars (11/09/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- The North Putnam girls' basketball team came up short against a Danville squad that utilized a 6-foot-2-inch sophomore center to clog the middle. The Cougars lost to the Warriors 61-41 and dropped to 0-2 on the season. Like their previous contest, the Cougars started the game strong and kept stride with the Warriors. But as the game wore on, turnovers would be their undoing. The Cougars recorded 31 in the game...
Cheatham's 21 leads Clovers past Dugger (11/09/07)
DUGGER -- When the outside shot failed for the Cloverdale girls' basketball squad Thursday, their inside presence took over and the team turned up the defensive pressure. Elizabeth Cheatham scored 21 points inside as the Clovers (1-1, 0-0 WCC) defeated Union (Dugger) 41-32...
Monon Bell not just another week to Coach Walker (11/09/07)
You hear coaches say it over and over again as they approach a big game -- "It's just another week." With his second Monon Bell game as a head coach upon him, DePauw coach Matt Walker knows better. "I'm probably different than most people. I'm a realist in that, it is different," Walker said. ...
Daniel H. Hanna (11/09/07)
Daniel H. Hanna, 84, Greencastle, emeritus director of bands and emeritus professor in the school of music education at DePauw University, died Tuesday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Samuel T. and Lillian (Daniel) Hanna...
Putnam Scanner Nov. 9, 2007 (11/09/07)
Putnam County Jail Sheriff's Dept. The Putnam County Sheriff's Department investigated the following accidents: Greencastle Fire Dept...
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