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Stories from Thursday, January 15, 2009

GHS principal to retire in May (01/15/09)
The biggest piece of news Greencastle Schools superintendent Robert Green had to deliver at Wednesday's meeting of the Greencastle School Board, he did with a great deal of regret. Green announced to the board that at year's end, Greencastle High School principal Jim Church will be retiring...
The Weather Outside Is Frightful (01/15/09)
Fire department breaks ground on new building (01/15/09)
DePauw chosen as College Goal Sunday site (01/15/09)
Indiana students headed to college who are looking for help in filing their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can visit DePauw University and 35 other sites on College Goal Sunday, Feb. 15. This program provides free information and assistance in filling out the complicated form that must be filed by March 10. It will begin at 2 p.m. and is located in room 278 of DePauw's Julian Science and Mathematics Center...
Alumni band at CHS Jan. 31 (01/15/09)
Cloverdale Music Boosters are sponsoring a band alumni night on Saturday, Jan. 31. All former CHS band students are invited to play with the current CHS pep band at the varsity boys' basketball game. Anyone interested may call Music Boosters President Lori Winings Cox at 765-795-4354 or email barney@ccrtc.com for more information...
Bernsee named relic by Putnam County Museum (01/15/09)
Eric Bernsee, former editor of the Greencastle Banner Graphic for 29 years and recent past president of the Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce, has been named "Relic" by the Putnam County Museum for its annual Roast a Relic. "When Bernsee took his present position handling publicity and promotion for Dixie Chopper he probably thought he was out of the very public local eye he endured all those years in the newspaper business. Not so," said Putnam County Museum Board Member Jinsie Bingham...
Athletic events called off (01/15/09)
Due to the frigid weather, basketball games for Greencastle, South Putnam, North Putnam and Cloverdale have been called off for tonight.
Updated GGUSBC standings announced (01/15/09)
GGUSBC STANDINGS (As of 1-7-09) Bubba Crawley Memorial (Wed.) High team scratch game-- Elks Lodge 666 High team scratch series-- Elks Lodge 2362 High individual game-- Coy Dickey 266 High individual series-- Rob Alex 865 Sue Cash Memorial (Wed.) High team scratch game-- Designer's Den 649...
South Putnam has tough tangle with Quakers (01/15/09)
By IAN CORNELL For the Banner Graphic The Plainfield wrestling team was red hot as they stormed into South Putnam Wednesday and came away with a convincing 71-3 win. "We have a team full of freshmen and sophomores [so] I think it [the meet] was all right," said Eagles' assistant coach Josh Hendrickson. "We worked hard. We have such a young team it's all we can ask for."...
South Putnam downs Eels (01/15/09)
The South Putnam Eagles seventh and eighth grade teams hosted the Clay City Eels on Monday night with both squads picking up wins for the Eagles. The seventh grade started things off with a 40-23 victory over the visiting Eels, led by Sawyer Arnold's 20 points...
GMS splits with Rockville (01/15/09)
The Greencastle eighth grade boys' basketball team split with Rockville Tuesday on the road. The A-team lost 54-36, while the B-team made easy work of the Rox 49-12. GMS will next be in action today at Southmont beginning at 6 p.m.
Putnam Scanner for Jan. 15, 2009 (01/15/09)
Sheriff's Department Tina McCaslin, Plainfield, was traveling on County Road 150 N near Fillmore at 11:30 a.m. Monday when her vehicle traveled off the road. A passing motorist took her to Hendricks County Hospital with complaints of back pain. Jerry's Wrecker Service towed the vehicle from the scene. There was an estimated $1,001 to $2,500 in damages...
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