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Stories from Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Teacher accused of breaking student's hand back in court (03/25/08)
A former Cloverdale Middle School teacher accused of breaking a student's hand during an altercation in the classroom on Jan. 11 will be back in court next week. Thirty-one-year-old Scott W. Porter, who pleaded not guilty to a charge of felony battery, appeared with his attorney Jeff Boggess in court last week where the judge ordered him to return to court at 3 p.m. March 31...
Learn to dress 'like a million' for less (03/25/08)
Kappa Delta Phi sorority will host a fashion seminar at 7 p.m. Friday, April 4 at the Greencastle Christian Church. Marjorie Biddle, owner of Penny-Wise Fashions will present a seminar and demonstrate "how to dress like a million while spending only pennies."...
Convicted sex offender granted bond at hearing (03/25/08)
A convicted sex offender who failed to register as such in Putnam County was granted bond and released last week. Dennis Dean was brought up on charges for failure to register as a sex offender, resisting law enforcement and petition to revoke probation in regards to a previous case...
Maple sugar harvest in full swing (03/25/08)
In 1916, Indiana was the leading maple syrup-producing state in the country. The landscape we see today of well-cultivated fields once were acres filled with virgin beech and maple trees. As timber gave way to farm fields, production of maple syrup began to vanish with the trees. But not all the woodlands are gone, at least not in Putnam County, and maple syrup production flows on at Harris Sugar Bush Camp...
Senator Connie Lawson announces bid for re-election in '08 (03/25/08)
From the courthouse in Hendricks County to the Statehouse in Indianapolis, Connie Lawson calls herself "a proven leader for Hoosiers." Now in her 12th year as a member of the Indiana Senate, Lawson believes she has made an indelible mark, both in terms of legislation authored and roles fulfilled...
Project Learning Tree sets home school workshop (03/25/08)
Project Learning Tree (PLT) will conduct a home-school educators workshop on Friday, May 2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hilltop Pavilion at Lieber State Recreation Area. PLT is an environmental education, designed to support and enrich a variety of teaching and learning opportunities. It is a rich source of hands-on interdisciplinary instructional activities...
DePauw's Pruzin named All-American (03/25/08)
DePauw junior guard Cassie Pruzin has been named to the D3hoops.com all-America team and earned a spot on the fourth team. Pruzin, a first team all-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference selection, was the team's second leading scorer with 14.4 points per game and led the squad with 6.3 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 2.6 steals per game along with 71 three-pointers...
DePauw baseball moves to 15-3 with sweep of Panthers (03/25/08)
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Kyle Thompson's two-out, two-run homer with a full count in the top of the ninth lifted DePauw to a 7-6 victory and a four-game series sweep over Birmingham-Southern. The Tigers improved to 15-3 overall and 4-0 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, while the Panthers dropped to 10-12 overall and 3-5 in the SCAC. DePauw is off to the best start in school history since a 17-3 begining in 1996...
DePauw softball wins first two Florida games (03/25/08)
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Fifth-ranked DePauw softball improved to 15-1 and extended its win streak to 15 with a pair of shutout wins in their opening games at the Gene Cusic Classic. The Tigers defeated Union (N.Y.) by a 3-0 score behind the three-hit, nine strikeout pitching of Megan Soultz and then shut out Otterbein, 5-0, as Soultz and Kristin Barrow combined for a no-hitter...
Lucy Mark-Rolen (03/25/08)
Lucy Worth (Boswell) Mark-Rolen, 103, died Feb. 29 in Arizona. Born in Clinton Falls, she was the daughter of Ora Allison Boswell and Mattie Elva (Hamrick) Boswell. She retired form Local Union Office 65 of the Rubber Workers of America in 1963. She was a 62-year member of Osecola Chapter No. 598 Order of Eastern Star and Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, Hope Shrine No. 22. She was also a member of Four Peaks Chapter DAR, Fountain Hills, AZ...
Mabel Renner (03/25/08)
Mabel Charlotte Renner, 97, Brazil, formerly of Reelsville, died Sunday at Cloverleaf Health Care. Born in Coal City, she was the daughter of John and Rosa Harris Kieffaber She was a seamstress for Angwell Curtain Factory and later worked in maintenance and housekeeping for Indiana State University...
Ronald Bolton Sr. (03/25/08)
Ronald Lee Bolton Sr., 79, Cloverdale, died Thursday at The Waters of Greencastle. Born in Terre Haute, he was the son of Arlie and Orpha Larue (Davis) Bolton. He married Patricia Ann (Scott) Bolton on July 12, 1957, and she preceded him in death on Nov. 4, 2007...
Putnam Scanner for March 25, 2008 (03/25/08)
City police Greencastle Police investigated two accidents recently. Damage was estimated between $1,000-2,500. Damage was estimated between $2,500-5,000. Meanwhile, city police issued two tickets: Sheriff's Dept. Two accidents were reported from March 19...
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