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Stories from Monday, September 15, 2008

Group pounds pavement for donations (09/15/08)
For the United Way of Putnam County, a dollar is worth one gram. The organization is hoping to gather 454 grams of dollar bills that would equal 319.38 pounds. "If we can collect that amount it would get us to our 2008 goal of $145,000," said David English, Putnam County United Way Director...
Lost kitty inspires girls to collect money for shelter (09/15/08)
Shelby Williamson saw an article in the Banner Graphic about a kitten that was saved by S.P.O.T and the Subway Restaurant crew last week. It gave her the idea to collect money for the Putnam County Humane Shelter. Eleven-year old Williamson along with her 10-year old friend MaKenzi Myers put together a collection of "gems" and began selling them to passer-by from a stand at the end of Williamson's driveway...
Wow! 70 years for Robe-Ann cabin (09/15/08)
Greencastle Mayor Sue Murray signed a recent proclamation in association with the Washburn Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). The proclamation commemorates the 70-year anniversary of the opening of the pioneer cabin in Robe-Ann Park. This makes Sept. 18, 2008 "Pioneer Cabin Day."...
Land donations signal major step ahead for fitness trail (09/15/08)
The People Pathways project got a boost with the donation of two plots of land for the Albin Pond phase recently. David and Lynn Bohmer deeded over .69 of an acre and .68 of an acre in an area between Shadowlawn Drive and Albin Pond Road near the Sherwood Christian Church to be used as part of the trail route...
Local golfers do battle at conference (09/15/08)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Writer CLAYTON -- With the season winding down, golfers descended on Deer Creek Golf Course Saturday, vying for the top spot in the West Central Conference. With six teams competing, local school finished strong in third, fourth and fifth places...
Clovers seize county volleyball title (09/15/08)
ROACHDALE -- Perfection. That's the word you could use to describe the career of Cloverdale's senior class in Putnam County volleyball tournaments. They won County twice in middle school. They won JV County as freshmen and as sophomores. Now they have won back-to-back varsity County Championships in their junior and senior years...
DePauw roars back to defeat Anderson on Community Day (09/15/08)
DePauw University's "Community Day" victory at Blackstock Stadium was perfect for Putnam County football fans. They could arrive late and leave early without missing much. DePauw trailed 10-0 after one quarter, scored 31 points in the second quarter and had the 52-17 win over the Anderson University Ravens tucked away going into the fourth quarter on the hot, humid and windy afternoon...
Linda Bryant (09/15/08)
Linda Lee (Plummer) Bryant, 58, of Bainbridge, passed away Sept. 12, 2008. She was born Sept. 6, 1950 in Morgan County to the late John and Alice Schoolcraft. She was a systems analyst for Liberty Mutual and E.D.S. She was a graduate of Purdue University in Indianapolis...
Janet Ingersoll (09/15/08)
Janet "Jan" C. Ingersoll, 81, of Indianapolis, died Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008 at St. Vincent Hospice in Indianapolis. She was born on Saturday, Aug. 27, 1927, in Greencastle. Mrs. Ingersoll was formerly of Montpelier before moving to Indianapolis. She was a founding member of the Montpelier Art Association. ...
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