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Stories from Friday, November 16, 2007

Breaking NEWS: DePauw reaches agreement with outsted sorority (11/16/07)
The doors to the DePauw University chapter of Delta Zeta sorority will likely remain closed for some time following their closure earlier this year amid a nationally-publicized scandal of unfair profiling of members. The information came by way of statement made Friday by officials from DePauw University and Delta Zeta...
Getting a G.R.A.S.P. (11/16/07)
With a new location in downtown Greencastle came new numbers from Putnam County Community Corrections (PCCC), indicating that the success of its alternative suspension program is having a ripple effect that is spreading to Putnam County schools, courtrooms and crime statistics...
Make some alterations for healthier holiday (11/16/07)
A little extra planning can go a long way toward making your holiday meals a bit healthier, yet still taste special. Carl Behnke, a chef instructor at Purdue University recently offered the following tips for making slight changes to some favorite holiday foods that will make them a bit healthier:...
Tax talk concerns school board (11/16/07)
With talk about abolishing property taxes flying around the Indiana Statehouse, educators are concerned how the loss of such a stable revenue source will affect their operations. The Greencastle School Board discussed the possibilities with Supt. Robert Green, who said he has been monitoring the discussions and is trying to keep the board updated so they can plan responsibly for the future...
Holiday Home Tour (11/16/07)
The home of Kevin and Kim Sullivan, 936 Evensview Drive, is included on the 25th annual Holiday Home Tour presented by Delta Theta Tau. The tour is 1-5 p.m. Sunday, and admission is $7 per person. Tickets are available at Eitel's Flowers and Gifts (a 25-year supporter of the fundraiser) as well as Ambler Hill Florists, Treasures on the Square, and Almost Home Tea Room...
Road trip (11/16/07)
Putnam County Museum will be sponsoring The Natural Heritage Road Trip of Northern Putnam County on at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 1. People will visit such locales as Clinton Falls, Big Walnut Creek, Tall Timbers Trail, and the Edna Collings Bridge. Don and Kay Weaver will be the trip guides. The tour will last approximately 3 hours and will leave from the Putnam County Museum parking lot. Reservations must be made by Nov. 29...
Old Fashion Christmas parade, events (11/16/07)
Cloverdale Main Street will present An Old Fashion Christmas in Historic Downtown Cloverdale on Friday, Nov. 30 and Saturday, Dec. 1. Friday's events will include free carriage rides, sponsored by Cloverdale Main Street, from 5-8 p.m. Carriages will be loading at 231 and East Columbus Street and refreshments will be provided by the Cloverdale Civic League...
First flakes signal cold shoulders (11/16/07)
The first snowflakes of the season -- make that snow flake -- brushed past the windows at the BannerGraphic Thursday, signaling that winter is just around the corner. Local road crews have been busy checking on equipment and stockpiling chemicals as they prepare for the first significant snowfall of the season, which statistics indicate could come any time near Thanksgiving and thereafter...
Cloverdale's depth to be a key asset (11/16/07)
By JARED JERNAGAN Sports Editor CLOVERDALE -- Wrestling coaches are a different breed from other coaches in that they are often excited by uncertainty at the beginning of a season. Many wrestlers competing for positions in few weight classes may put a lineup in flux, but it also guarantees some heated competition and some intense preparation...
Eagles will look to experience for success (11/16/07)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Writer One thing every wrestling coach must struggle with is numbers -- not simply stats but bodies on the mat. First year head coach Todd Crosby has the opposite problem in some weight classes but hopes for as many of his wrestlers as possible to see action this season...
Terry Dale (11/16/07)
Terry Dale, 61, Greencastle died Friday morning at the Richard Rouderbush VA Hospital in Indianapolis. Arrangements pending at the Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Donna Marie Michael (11/16/07)
Donna Marie (Nash) Michael, 81, Greencastle, died Friday at Mill Pond Health Campus. Born in Brown Township of Hendricks County, she was the daughter of Ray and Frances Ellen (White) Nash. She was a graduate of Brownsburg High School and attended St. Vincent's School of Nursing...
Terry Dale (11/16/07)
Terry Dale, 61, Greencastle, died Friday morning at the Richard Roudebush VA Hospital in Indianapolis. Born in Council Bluffs, Iowa, he was the son of Clair and Audrey (Nordeen) Dale. He was a 1964 graduate of South West City High School in South West City, Mo., and served in the U.S. Navy until June 1967...
Taylor R. Waldron (11/16/07)
Taylor R. Waldron, 33, Greencastle, died Wednes­day at an Indianapolis hospital. Born in Waco, Texas, she was the daughter of Doyle Bounds and Ruth Carmichael. She worked as a hairdresser. She is survived by her parents, Ruth Carmichael, Kansas City, Kan., and Doyle Bounds, Texas; brother Scott Bounds, Texas; sisters Nanette Smith, Texas, Stephanie Bounds and LaJuana Harris, both of Kansas...
Couple united Oct. 20 (11/16/07)
Amanda Wood and Troy Ballenger exchanged vows Oct. 20 at the Darlington Conservation Club with Johnny Booth officiating. The bride is the daughter of donnie and Julie Wood, Fillmore. The groom is the son of Dave and Marianne Ballenger, Darlington. Maid of honor was the bride's friend Mandy Cofer, Brazil. Flower girl was the bride's cousin Becca Hayes, Greencastle...
Couple to wed in 2008 (11/16/07)
Erin Dodd and Tanner Coulter will be united in marriage Saturday, Aug. 16 in a 4:30 p.m. ceremony at the Meridian Street Methodist Church in Indianapolis. She is the daughter of John and Barb Dodd, Columbus, Ohio. She is a 2006 graduate od DePauw University with a bachelor's degree in psychology. She is now pursuing a master's degree in school counseling at IUPUI, and will graduate in May 2008...
Putnam Scanner for Nov. 16, 2007 (11/16/07)
Greencastle Fire Dept. Greencastle firefighters responded to one call on Thursday: City police The Greencastle Police Department reported the following activity recently: In tickets: In crashes: At 8:27 a.m., Matthew Doll, 19, Reelsville, was driving north On U.S. 231 behind a school bus driven by Robert Irwin, 70, Greencastle, when he stopped for traffic...
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