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Stories from Thursday, October 30, 2008

Greencastle resident has place in Miss Indiana history (10/30/08)
The women who become Miss Indiana have a lasting place in the organization even after their reigns are over. "The past Miss Indianas are important to the Miss Indiana Organization because they are us, our history, our heritage," said Terry Iden, the field director, judge's chair and historian for the Miss Indiana Scholarship Pageant program. ...
Students safe after fire near DePauw (10/30/08)
Several students from DePauw University escaped unharmed Wednesday evening when fire broke out in the home they were renting near campus. Students living in the home at 303 S. Jackson St. in Greencastle reported seeing a brown spot on the ceiling, smelling something burning and hearing crackling in the attic before calling 911...
Residents enjoying drop in gas prices (10/30/08)
The average price of gas in Marion County dropped 6 cents, according to news reports in Indianapolis this week. Gas prices at many stations are at $2.32 in Indianapolis and $2.44 statewide. In Greencastle, prices are averaging about $2.46 a gallon. In Groveland they are at $2.38 and in Crawfordsville they are about $2.26 a gallon...
Weather has been good for state's apple harvest (10/30/08)
BELLEVILLE, Ind. -- Cool weather means apples and cider to most Midwesterners and Putnam County residents are no exception. "Greencastle is our number one customer base," said Dinah Kehrein, owner of Kehrein's Apple House. "We have regular Sunday and other day customers who come in for a caramel apple or apple cider slush every week."...
FFA members tour Dixie Chopper (10/30/08)
Members of the largest agriculture-related youth organization in America visited the home of the "World's Fastest Lawn Mower" recently. With more than 50,000 FFA members visiting Indianapolis for their national convention beginning Oct. 21, it was not surprising that some of them would find their way to the Dixie Chopper facilities for a tour...
Putnam County champs (10/30/08)
The Cloverdale Clovers seventh grade volleyball team won the 2008 Putnam County Tournament. The Greencastle Tiger Cubs made the Clovers fight for their victory. It took three games and a narrow one-point advantage in the last game to win the tournament. Coach Cecily Combs and the girls had a great season...
Tiger DE Fitch named SCAC special teams Player of the Week (10/30/08)
DePauw defensive end Alex Fitch has been selected the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Football Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in the Tigers' 37-34 overtime win over Colorado College. Fitch blocked a third quarter extra point and a fourth quarter field goal which allowed DePauw to force overtime with a game-tying score with 13 seconds left. The junior has blocked five kicks on the season. Earlier in the season he was selected to the D3football.com Team of the Week...
DePauw women fall, men tie in soccer action at Rose-Hulman (10/30/08)
TERRE HAUTE -- The DePauw soccer teams traveled to Rose-Hulman Wednesday night with the two teams seeing mixed results. The Tiger women fell to the Engineers, while the men's match ended in a scoreless tie. The DePauw women led host Rose, 2-0, with 20 minutes remaining, but the Engineers' Molly Richardson scored a hat trick in a span of just over eight minutes in a 3-2 win over the Tigers...
Putnam Scanner for Oct. 30, 2008 (10/30/08)
Putnam County Jail Some arrests were made Tuesday by the Putnam County Sheriff's Office. James Washington, 22, Greencastle was booked at 2:20 p.m. for failure to appear. Matthew C. Compton, 23, Terre Haute, was booked in at 2:41 p.m. for non-support of a child...
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