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Stories from Saturday, May 24, 2008

Fake cop reported at Heritage Lake (05/24/08)
An unidentified man is apparently trying to make traffic stops in the Heritage Lake area -- even though he is not a law enforcement officer. In an e-mail from an unidentified sender that made its way to the Banner Graphic this week, a woman recounts being stopped by the alleged impersonator on Heritage Drive...
Ivy Tech groundbreaking set (05/24/08)
A 30-acre, multi-million dollar Ivy Tech campus in Greencastle will be a large step closer to becoming a reality on Tuesday. A groundbreaking ceremony is set for 11 a.m. on the southeast corner of Veteran's Memorial Highway (U.S. 240) and Zinc Mill Road...
To make the best better (05/24/08)
What began as a tradition for one family has expanded into the community as a way to honor and remember fallen American veterans. Ernest Rasner, a World War II and Korean War veteran, started the tradition. He would take his granddaughter, Karen Goff, out and place flags on the graves of veterans as Memorial Day approached...
Ivy Tech's senior VP in town (05/24/08)
Ivy Tech Community College introduced Dr. Donald S. Doucette to the local community as senior vice president and provost during a reception held in his honor Thursday afternoon at the Greencastle campus. Doucette's job will be to provide vision, leadership and direction for Ivy Tech's more than 150 academic programs at its 23 campuses statewide...
Rock towers baffle drivers (05/24/08)
Ivy Tech Community College introduced Dr. Donald S. Doucette to the local community as senior vice president and provost during a reception held in his honor Thursday afternoon at the Greencastle campus. Doucette's job will be to provide vision, leadership and direction for Ivy Tech's more than 150 academic programs at its 23 campuses statewide...
GHS crowns three valedictorians (05/24/08)
North Putnam grad finds victory lane (05/24/08)
INDIANAPOLIS -- As Andretti Green Racing has won two of the last three Indianapolis 500s, a big part of their success has been Putnam County native Jason Mendenhall. The North Putnam graduate works in research and development for the IndyCar Series team...
Dreams become a reality for Tzouanakis at Indianapolis (05/24/08)
INDIANAPOLIS -- It started out as a little thing for little John Tzouanakis. His father, Mike, was an elementary school principal in Greencastle and when he retired, the school was named after him. But in May each year, his father did some "moonlighting," wearing the yellow shirt of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's Safety Patrol at the Indianapolis 500. And John got to go with his dad to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway...
Thomas Wilson (05/24/08)
Thomas Jerry Wilson, 64, of Spencer, died Wednesday. Born in Bowling Green, Ky., he was the son of Thomas Woodrow and Fannie Mae Wilson. His parents and siblings Kathleen Brown Keith, Charles William Willoughby, Virginia Hazel Heady and Brenda Lee Grimes preceded him in death...
Putnam Scanner for May 24, 2008 (05/24/08)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. One accident was reported recently to the Putnam County Sheriff's Department. Stirling was unable to avoid the collision and hit Fish on the passenger side door...
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