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Stories from Thursday, October 9, 2008

State candidates face off at forum (10/09/08)
Candidates for state senator and representative took the podium Wednesday night at forum hosted by the Greencastle League of Women Voters and DePauw University radio station WGRE-FM. Present at the forum, which was held at the Watson Forum in the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media on the DePauw campus, were Republican Connie Lawson, who is running unopposed for District 24 state senator; Republican Richard Bray, who will face Democratic opponent Joseph Osborn for the District 37 senator's seat; and Republican Amos Thomas, Democrat Nancy Michael and Libertarian Darrell Goldman, who are all vying for the office of District 44 state representative.. ...
School looking to save money, but it will come at a cost (10/09/08)
High fuel prices are forcing Greencastle School Corporation officials to search for cost-saving measures in the transportation department, even if it means spending money to save money. On Wednesday night, GCSC Supt. Bob Green told members of the school board that he is considering buying a computer program that would help the transportation department plan more efficient bus routes, in order to save money for fuel and other associated costs...
Area 30 removes park shelter (10/09/08)
Foltz honored by council (10/09/08)
The Bainbridge Town Council recognized Renee Foltz, a former North Putnam High School graduate, for her outstanding academic achievement and strong community involvement at Wednesday evening's meeting. Foltz graduated last May from NPHS with multiple honors including: Valedictorian, Presidential Academic Award, Lilly Endowment Scholarship Finalist and eight semesters High Honor Roll...
Meow! Cats still on town's agenda (10/09/08)
During Wednesday night's Bainbridge town council meeting, Veterinarian Nancy Ferguson from S.P.O.T told council members Bonnie Osborn, Richard Cope and Naomi Barker they could make history by adopting an ordinance requiring animals to be spayed or neutered in Bainbridge...
Weatherford, Hudson capture middle school CC titles (10/09/08)
By JARED JERNAGAN Sports Editor Before the high school runners could take to the rain-soaked cross country course at South Putnam Tuesday night, the middle schoolers had their go at the 3K course. The results were similar to the high school meet, though, as Greencastle swept the individual and team titles...
Richard Burroff Sr. (10/09/08)
Richard Lee Burroff Sr., 70, of Staunton, died Monday, Oct. 6, 2008 at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. He was born Feb. 10, 1938, in Russellville, the son of Armour and Susie Patterson Burroff. He married Dorene J. Farley and she preceded him in death on March 31, 1999...
Charles Nelson (10/09/08)
Charles "Chuck" Nelson, 66, of Cloverdale, died Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2008 at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. Born May 18, 1942, in St. Charles, Mo., he was the son of Herbert Leron and Clara Agnes (Hall) Nelson Hoyter. He married Mitzie (Kessler) Nelson on Aug. 4, 1979, and she survives...
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