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Stories from Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Sale in the works for former LoBill building (01/22/08)
After sitting empty for more than a year, the former LoBill Foods shopping center in Greencastle appears to finally have a buyer. Up to four tenants could share the 52,000-square-foot strip center that Indianapolis-based Wilson Real Estate Co. announced Monday it is in the process of buying...
DPU Theatre presenting 'Children' (01/22/08)
DePauw Theatre will present the popular musical, "Children of Eden" from Jan. 31 through Feb. 3. Performances of the heartfelt and humorous look at the pleasures and pains of parenting can be enjoyed Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Green Center for the Performing Arts' Moore Theatre...
Picture the world with PCPL series (01/22/08)
The 2007-08 Putnam County Public Library author series continues its season by bringing renowned illustrator Chris Soentpiet for the program "Picturing the World" at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28 to 103 E. Poplar St., Greencastle. An award-winning children's picture book creator, Soentpiet is the recipient of the Society of Illustrator's top prize, the gold medal for "Peacebound Trains." His other prestigious honors include the Parent's Magazine Best Book of the Year for "Something Beautiful." Thrice winner of the International Reading Association (IRA) Book Award for "More Than Anything Else," "Molly Bannaky" and "Coolies" -- which also won the Parent's Choice Gold Award.. ...
Cougar freshmen boys defeat Athenians in OT, 51-44 (01/22/08)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- The North Putnam freshmen are making a habit of big second half comebacks. After a 19-point comeback on Tri-West last week, the Cougars were at it again Monday, defeating Crawfordsville 51-44 in overtime after trailing by 16 in the third quarter...
GHS freshmen win in OT (01/22/08)
BRAZIL -- Greencastle's full court pressure was more than Northview's freshmen could handle in the fourth quarter and overtime of a 33-29 decision on Monday. The Tiger Cubs forced 11 turnovers over the final two quarters as Greencastle reeled in the Knights...
Lady Tiger Cubs erase 16-point deficit to defeat Warriors, 59-56 (01/22/08)
The story of the turnaround of the Greencastle girls' basketball team saw perhaps its most impressive chapter yet on Saturday, as the Lady Tiger Cubs overcame a 16-point third quarter deficit to defeat Class A 13th-ranked Turkey Run, 59-56. Greencastle coach Glen Hile was ecstatic to hand the Warriors just their fourth loss of the season...
Eagle boys fall to Tri-West (01/22/08)
The South Putnam boys concluded a rough weekend Saturday night when they fell to Tri-West 66-42. With the loss coming on the heels of Friday's 28-point conference loss at Monrovia, there wasn't a whole lot Eagle coach Brian Gardner could say, except that his team needs to get better and control the little things that make the difference in games of this nature...
Cloverdale falls at North Central (01/22/08)
FARMERSBURG -- The Cloverdale boys' squad saw its two game win streak snapped when it visited North Central on Saturday. The Clovers dropped the contest 64-51, falling to 6-9 on the season. Senior Craig Blair led the Clovers with 20 points and was followed by Brandon Moon with 13. Raine Young chipped in seven, Ryan Dean four and Jason Salter added three. Robbie Randle and Kevin Dean scored two each for Cloverdale...
Cougar swimmers visit Cascade (01/22/08)
CLAYTON -- The North Putnam swim teams travel to Cascade to compete with the Cadets and Covenant Christian Saturday. The boys' team finished tied for first while the girls ended the day in third place. For the boys, Jeremy Ban and Kyle Smith recorded two individual wins for the Cougars. ...
DePauw basketball squads sweep weekend (01/22/08)
SHERMAN, Texas -- Jenna Fernandez scored 23 and Cassie Pruzin added 20 as 13th-ranked DePauw completed a weekend Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference sweep with a 69-64 win at Austin. DePauw improved to 13-3 overall and 6-0 in the SCAC, while the Kangaroos dropped to 4-12 overall and 3-4 in the conference...
Lilah L. Hart (01/22/08)
Lilah L. Hart, 84, Coatesville, died Sunday morning at Heartland Healthcare, Avon. Born in Louisiana, she was the daughter of Robert and Florence (Mount) Church. She had worked for the State of Indiana Revenue Department for 11 years, retiring in 1980. She was a member of the New Winchester Baptist Church and the Groveland Order of Eastern Star...
Elizabeth Julian White (01/22/08)
Elizabeth Julian White, 96, sister of noted chemist and DePauw alumnus Percy L. Julian, died Dec. 30, 2007 in Baltimore, Md. Born In Montgomery, Ala., she came to Greencastle as a child and graduated from Depauw University in 1928, where she held the distinction of being the first black woman on the women's swim team. She later earned master's degrees in romance languages and English from Indiana University and New York University...
Putnam Scanner for 1-22-08 (01/22/08)
City police Several tickets were issued recently by the Greencastle Police Department. Meanwhile, two accidents were investigated by city police. Officer Ed Wilson reported that Clarissa Rader, 34, Greencastle, was driving a 2005 Pontiac Montana southbound on Jackson when a 1995 Chevrolet, driven by Elizabeth Clevenger, 86, Greencastle, pulled into her path from Poplar...
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