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Stories from Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Dollars approved for new Ivy Tech campus (03/04/08)
Funding for a multi-million dollar Ivy Tech campus in Greencastle received final approval from the Indiana State Budget Commission Monday, Mayor Sue Murray announced. "As I've said before, I think it's some of the best economic development and educational news to emerge from our community in a long time," she told the BannerGraphic after returning from the Statehouse Monday afternoon...
Four Stars for Fillmore Stars (03/04/08)
Fillmore Elementary students rock and rolled Monday afternoon to the music of Thaddeus Rex, an award-wining children's songwriter and acoustic rock singer. The show was a reward for the school, which recently earned accreditation as a Four Star school in Indiana. Fillmore Principle Brad Hayes told students at the beginning of the convocation that of 1,800 eligible schools their school was only one of 177 chosen for the award...
Putnam man gets 4 years for child molesting (03/04/08)
A Putnam County man who pleaded guilty in January to child molesting appeared in court for sentencing this week. Thomas Jerry Hudson, 75, was sentenced by Senior Circuit Court Judge Diana LaViolette to serve four years with the Indiana Department of Correction after he admitted to molesting a female child in 2004...
Local team claims state championship (03/04/08)
The 2008 Indiana Special Olympics Women's Basketball Tourney finals took place at DePauw on Sunday. The Putnam County Lady Tigers placed first in their division receiving gold medals and a state championship trophy. Team members are (from left) Coach Deanna Livesay, Brittany Dick, Ashley Myers, Jessica Dickerson, Maria Pineda and Beth Beasley...
GHS girls compete in ISU indoor meet (03/04/08)
TERRE HAUTE -- A number of girls from the Greencastle track team competed in an indoor meet at the Indiana State indoor track on Saturday The meet is part of the HSR meet series and athletes are attempting to meet qualifying marks so they can be eligible to participate in the HSR Finals in Bloomington on March 22...
Local middle school wrestlers in action (03/04/08)
The Cloverdale Middle School wrestling team hosted the Cloverdale Invitational this past Saturday. Cloverdale came away with a sixth-place finish. The Clovers had two wrestlers place first as well as three place second, two placing third and three recording fourth place finishes...
DePauw men's tennis wins (03/04/08)
The sixth-ranked Tigers improved to 3-2 on the season following a 9-0 win over visiting Wheaton at the DePauw Indoor Tennis and Track Center. The Thunder dropped to 5-2 with the loss. DePauw hosts Farris State at 6 p.m. Friday At DePauw University #6 DePauw 9, Wheaton 0...
Roger L. Clark (03/04/08)
Roger L. Clark, 68, Roachdale, died Sunday at his home in Haines City, Fla. Arrangements are pending at Servies & Morgan Funeral Home, Roachdale.
Boneita "Bonnie" B. Davis (03/04/08)
Boneita "Bonnie" B. Davis, 75, Cloverdale, died Saturday at St. Vincent Hospital. Born in Bainbridge, she was the daughter of Cleo A. and Mabel (Dale) Mason. She was a caregiver and homemaker. She was a member of House of Victory, Indianapolis, and Cloverdale Assembly of God...
George Seketa (03/04/08)
George Seketa, 76, Greencastle, died Wednes­day at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Benld, Ill., he was the son of Joseph and Margaret (Arlesic) Seketa. He married Delores "Dee" Hughes in 1957 and they have been married for 50 years. She survives. A 1950 graduate of Benld High School, he served in the U.S. Navy from 1951-55 and in 1962 earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Southern Illinois University...
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