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Stories from Thursday, April 10, 2008

Woman dies in interstate crash (04/10/08)
City considers ban on some home heaters (04/10/08)
An alternative method of home heating that is becoming more popular could soon be banned in the city of Greencastle if members of the city council give final approval of the plan next month. On Tuesday night, members of the city council voted unanimously to approve the first draft of an ordinance prohibiting the use of so-called "outdoor hydronic heaters," also known as outdoor wood-fired heaters, within the city limits...
Bainbridge set for May 3 clean-up day (04/10/08)
Preparing for clean-up day in Bainbridge was one of the topics at the Town Council meeting Wednesday evening. On May 3 from 8 a.m.-noon there will be dumpsters available to Bainbridge residents at no cost to get rid of any non-toxic trash. Persons living outside the city will have to pay $5 to dump their trash. Those intending to bring trash should bring identification in the form of a utility bill or driver's license with them...
On the trail, Michael stops by senior center (04/10/08)
Former Greencastle Mayor Nancy Michael, in the race for District 44 of the Indiana House of Representatives, recently spoke with seniors at the Greencastle Senior Center. Michael is running as a Democrat hoping to replace current Republican Amos Thomas who has also announced he is running for re-election. Her purpose for being there was to field questions and concerns from the seniors while also letting them know of her current campaign...
Company announces high-speed connection (04/10/08)
Verizon Wireless announced today that it has expanded the national rollout of its high-speed wireless network to Greencastle, Cloverdale and other communities in Putnam County. The expansion includes 11 new cell sites that provide high-speed wireless coverage to the following areas:...
South Putnam tennis defeats Turkey Run (04/10/08)
In Thursday's BannerGraphic, it was erroneously reported that South Putnam lost its Wednesday match at Turkey Run 5-0. However, the Eagles, in fact, defeated the Warriors 5-0. The problem sprung from a misread score sheet, a problem we take every precaution to avoid...
Greencastle's struggles continue with loss to Rox (04/10/08)
The Greencastle baseball team fell to Rockville 6-3 in Windy conditions at home Tuesday night. The Tiger Cubs have struggled to find their bats in the early part of the season, but starting pitcher Kyle Nobles found his Tuesday. Nobles went 4-for-4 at the plate, with two singles and two doubles. He also scored twice...
CHS track teams place third at Terre Haute North (04/10/08)
WEST VIGO -- The Cloverdale track team battled against Northview and Terre Haute North Tuesday night with both squads earning third place finishes. For the girls, Ashley Koosman captured two events for the Clovers while Brynlea Mattocks and Elizabeth Cheatham earned a win each...
GHS softball falls to Wildcats in extra innings (04/10/08)
CLINTON -- The Greencastle girls' softball squad fell to South Vermillion in 10 innings, 3-2 Tuesday night. Head coach Dave Keller cited the Tiger Cubs inability to string together hits as a factor in the loss. Samantha Sillery led the Tiger Cubs going 2-for-4 in the game with Hannah Spencer, Cassie Alspaugh, Briana Baker and Becca Seahorn all adding hits in the game...
CHS defeats Monrovia (04/10/08)
The Cloverdale boys' baseball team defeated Monrovia 2-1 in eight innings Monday night. Cloverdale starting pitcher Josh Flory knotted the ball game at one-all after hitting a home run in the top of the sixth. Chad Cummings scored in the top of the eighth to get the win for the Clovers...
McCord-Robbins wedding (04/10/08)
Michelle McCord and Matthew Robbins, both of Coatesville are planning to wed July 19 at 2 p.m. at the Plainfield Christian Church. McCord is the daughter of Jeff and Pauline McCord, Coatesville and is a 2006 North Putnam High School graduate. Robbins is the son of Richard and Barb Robbins, Coatesville and is a 2004 graduate of North Putnam High School...
Query-Taylor to wed (04/10/08)
Daryl and Lisa Taylor, and Chris and Carrie Query and Laurie Query, all of Greencastle have announced the engagement and upcoming wedding their children Ashton Taylor and Jerett Query. The wedding will take place on May 10 at 3:30 p.m. in Meharry Hall at DePauw's East College. A reception will follow at DePauw University's Indoor Track and Field Center at 5:30 p.m...
Weddell-Bandy to marry (04/10/08)
Sentra Weddell and Brian Bandy, Greencastle will wed April 19 at 4:30 p.m. at the New Life Baptist Church. Hallie Taylor will officiate. Weddell is the daughter of Valerie and Ted Weddell, Greencastle. She plans to attend cosmetology school next fall...
50 years for Harrises (04/10/08)
Jim and Jane Ann Harris recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Reverend Verl Winslow married the couple March 23, 1958 in Bainbridge. They were honored with a surprise reception given by their church and family at Putnamville Baptist. They also celebrated with a trip to Destin, Fla. and dinner with their daughters Christie Repass, Indianapolis and Lyndsay Everman and husband Jeff and granddaughters, Bainbridge...
Putnam Scanner for April 10, 2008 (04/10/08)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. Three accidents have been reported recently by the Putnam County Sheriff's Department. The damage was estimated between $5,000 and $10,000. Damage estimates are between $750 and $1,000...
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