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Stories from Saturday, September 6, 2008

Former board members suing town (09/06/08)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale Town Council and Cloverdale Township Volunteer Fire Department -- joined by a contract to ensure fire protection for the town -- are once again drawing criticism as two former members of the town council have filed suit...
New playground part of improvements at BWSP (09/06/08)
Local children will soon have a new place to play, as workers are finishing up the installation a new playground at Big Walnut Community Park. Greencastle Parks and Recreation Director Rod Weinschenk said wet weather in the spring hampered efforts to get the playground installed but that the job should be completed next week. Workers were waiting on the arrival of a slide to complete the installation, he said...
Chalk Art Bash '08 (09/06/08)
Plans are well under way for the 2008 Chalk Art Bash, scheduled to take place on the Greencastle square, on Sept. 20. This is the second year for the sidewalk chalk art event. Bring your own chalk and you will receive 8-foot-by-8-foot section of sidewalk in the Visitors Cove downtown Greencastle. Prizes will be awarded for the most original, most lifelike and peoples choice...
2008 Cloverdale Homecoming Court (09/06/08)
Pair to perform at DePauw Wednesday (09/06/08)
DePauw School of Music faculty members soprano Barbara Pare' and pianist John Clodfelter will present a recital on Wednesday in Thompson Recital Hall at 7:30 PM in the Green Center for the Performing Arts. The recital, entitled "Sex, Lies and Executions: A Woman's Destiny", takes the listener through the joys and struggles of royalty depicted in song...
School calendars for Sept. 7-13 (09/06/08)
Cloverdale Community Schools Middle School Monday, Sept. 8 -- High Ability Parent Meeting 7 p.m. Elementary Monday, Sept. 8 -- Tree House 3rd & 4th Grade 2:45 -- 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9 -- Tree House 3rd & 4th Grade 2:45 -- 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10 -- Tree House 3rd & 4th Grade 2:45 -- 4 p.m...
Cougars shred Cadets in WCC opener (09/06/08)
ROACHDALE -- With soppy field conditions and the loss of a team captain early, it would be interesting to see how the North Putnam football team would respond. The Cougars responded by dominating every facet of Friday's matchup up with WCC opponent Cascade, winning 35-0...
South Putnam falls 10 seconds short in upset bid (09/06/08)
ROCKVILLE -- The South Putnam Eagles came within 10 seconds of pulling off the bigges victory of the Troy Burgess coaching era on Friday night. The Class A No. 2-ranked Rockville Rox escaped with a 28-22 win over the visiting Eagles when quarterback Matt King threaded a 21-yard pass into the arms of Robert Clevenger in the back of the end zone with 10.7 seconds left on the clock...
Missed opportunites plague Tiger Cubs in loss (09/06/08)
For a coaching staff dealing with a young team, it's easy to deal in moral victories. When the wins aren't piling up, you try to find the little improvements in losses that show signs of progress. While the Greencastle football team showed some of these signs Friday against Edgewood, coach Mike Meyer would have none of it. After the Tiger Cubs' 39-26 loss, he knew his squad could have, even should have, won the game. He made the point clear to his team after the game...
Cloverdale suffers key injuries in loss to Monrovia (09/06/08)
MONROVIA--Cloverdale had a long and painful Friday night against Monrovia, losing 30-0 in a West Central Conference football game on the Bulldogs' field. The Clovers (0-3, 0-2 WCC) lost to injuries starting fullback Levi Boller on its first possession and starting quarterback Jordan Hayden late in the first half...
Eagles defeat Cougars after five long games (09/06/08)
ROACHDALE -- The South Putnam volleyball team defeated North Putnam in a five-game marathon Thursday night, 22-25, 25-16, 25-27, 25-25, 15-3. South Putnam coach Jill Newton was happy with how her team performed in all aspects of the game. "I am so proud of the way the girls played tonight," Newton said. ...
GHS golfers edge Patriots (09/06/08)
SPENCER -- The Greencastle girls' golf team narrowly defeated Owen Valley Thursday night at Rolling Meadows, 233-234. The Tiger Cubs trailed with three scores in, but No. 4 Kay Wood came through late in her round to seal the win for GHS. "The match was up and down throughout," GHS coach Brad Kingma said. ...
Cubs take two from Wildcats (09/06/08)
The Greencastle Middle School football teams swept South Vermillion Thursday night, and each squad remained undefeated on the young season. The eighth grade (2-0) defeated the Wildcats 44-8, while the seventh grade (2-0) won 26-6. The Tiger Cubs visit North Putnam at 6 p.m. next Thursday...
GMS volleyball battles Cascade (09/06/08)
The Greencastle Middle School volleyball squads took on Cascade Thursday evening. The eighth grade traveled to Cascade, earning a split with the Cadets. The A team lost 25-14, 25-17. In B team action, Greencastle won 25-19, 21-25, 15-5. Hosting the Cadets, the seventh grade was swept in the GMS gym. The A team lost 25-15, 25-23. The B team lost with scores of 25-20, 25-23...
Putnam Scanner for Sept. 6, 2008 (09/06/08)
Putnam County Jail One person was booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Lorraine Fuller, 30, Greencastle, was booked at 6:30 p.m. Thursday for operating while intoxicated and operating while suspended or revoked.
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