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Stories from Saturday, January 19, 2008

Police officer makes surprising discovery (01/19/08)
It began as a routine call to check on an injured deer, but what one Putnam County police officer witnessed on the beat this week left him looking like a deer in headlights. Late Thursday night, Cloverdale Town Marshal Don Pearson was dispatched for a report of an injured deer near a residence on, none other than, Doe Creek Road. The animal, according to the homeowner who called in the report, appeared to have sustained some type of injury to one of its back legs...
North Putnam crowns Homecoming King (01/19/08)
Civic League seeks support for park (01/19/08)
Cloverdale Civic League President Lisa Halloran presented her organization's plan for The Clover Patch playground Tuesday evening in a public meeting at Cloverdale Elementary school. The project which was given an initial go-ahead in October of 2006, is currently budgeted at $67,000. ...
Family reacts to guilty verdict in Scobee case (01/19/08)
BRAZIL -- Brian Scobee's family members held hands while they waited for the jury of seven men and five women to announce a guilty verdict in the trial against Lisa Ann Scobee in Clay Circuit Court Thursday evening. Brian Scobee, a former Putnam County resident, died of injuries he sustained on Nov. 13, 2005 when he fell out of a car being driven by his wife, Lisa Ann, in Clay County...
School Calendars for the week of Jan. 20-26, 2008 (01/19/08)
AREA 30 CAREER CENTER Monday, Jan. 21 -- Closed. Child care center open 6:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22 -- Blood drive, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Child care 6:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23 to Friday, Jan. 25 -- Child care center, 6:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m...
Eagles drop contest to Monrovia in double OT (01/19/08)
MONROVIA -- The South Putnam girls' squad dropped an intense contest with Monrovia 53-49 in double overtime Friday night. Shooting woes plagued the Eagles throughout the contest and resulted in a sluggish start. South trailed 11-4 after the first quarter but things started to turn slightly in the favor of the Eagles...
CHS spoils Cougar homecoming, 72-46 (01/19/08)
BAINBRIDGE -- After an 0-for-4 start, Cloverdale senior Craig Blair made his next 13 consecutive shots. The tear lasted from the late first quarter until the middle of the third. When all was said and done, Blair had dropped 41 points on county rival North Putnam and the Clovers had a 72-46 victory...
Greencastle girls down Cascade (01/19/08)
After a sloppily played first half in which both teams combined for twenty turnovers, Greencastle emerged on top in a West Central Conference matchup with Cascade on Friday night, 54-46. The first quarter didn't produce much offense for either squad, but a pair of buckets from Hannah Spencer, including one from beyond the arc, in the last two minutes propelled the Tiger Cubs to a 9-6 advantage...
Tiger Cubs control tip, Cadets in 50-37 win (01/19/08)
Despite the absence of their second leading scorer, Greencastle came out on top in a key WCC tilt Friday night, besting Cascade 50-37 at McAnally Center. Junior Drew Evens was out of the lineup, and a perusal of the roster handed out to fans prior to the game did not list Evens as a member of the varsity squad...
CHS edges Cougars in 37-35 win (01/19/08)
BAINBRIDGE -- Although the Cloverdale girls' basketball team appeared to be in control throughout the game, it still came down to the final possession. With 11 seconds to go, North Putnam had the ball with a chance to tie or take the lead. Unfortunately for the Cougars, they turned the ball over, giving the Clovers the opportunity to run out the clock and preserve a 37-35 WCC victory...
Boswell scores 26 as South Putnam loses to Monrovia 76-48 (01/19/08)
MONROVIA -- South Putnam's Noah Boswell played magnificently Friday, scoring 26 ponts and grabbing nine rebounds, but the Eagles lost 76-48 to Monrovia in a West Central Conference boys basketball game at Branch McCracken Memorial Gym. Boswell, a 6-foot-3 junior, made 6-of-10 field goal attempts and was 14-of-16 at the foul line...
Tigers roll to 97-63 blowout win (01/19/08)
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The Tigers shot 64.8 percent from the floor and hit 14-of-22 three-pointers on the way to a 97-63 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win at Colorado College. DePauw improved to 11-4 overall and 3-2 in the SCAC, while Colorado College dropped to 0-14 overall and 0-5 in the conference...
Tigers rally for win over Colorado (01/19/08)
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Trailing by three at the intermission, 13th-ranked DePauw opened the second half with a 13-0 run and held on for a 70-63 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win at Colorado College. DePauw improved to 12-3 overall and 5-0 in the SCAC, while Colorado College dropped to 7-7 overall and 3-3 in the conference...
Leila L. Scott (01/19/08)
Leila L. Scott, 51, Greencastle died Friday. Born in Putnam County, she was the son of Fred Scott Sr. and Margaret Fordice Scott. She was a 1974 graduate of North Putnam High School and was a graduate of PCI. She was a cardiovascular technician at Union Hospital and Terre Haute Heart Center...
Putnam Scanner for Jan. 19, 2008 (01/19/08)
Putnam County Jail Three people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. The Putnam County Sheriff's Department responded to several car accidents recently. Denise H. Hayes, 52, Indianapolis, told the investigating officer that she was traveling east in a 1997 Mercedes C230 when a deer entered the roadway. ...
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