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Stories from Saturday, March 21, 2009

Britton enters guilty plea (03/21/09)
A Greencastle man has pled guilty to two counts of Class A felony child molesting and one count of Class D felony dissemination of matter harmful to a minor and will be sentenced on April 23. Terrell Britton, 53, was originally charged with six Class A felonies, six Class D felonies and two Class A misdemeanors for his alleged involvement in sexual misconduct with four minors. ...
2009 Mayor's Bowl-a-thon set for April (03/21/09)
Community organizations and residents are invited to participate in the 2009 Mayor's Bowl-a-thon Sunday, April 5 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Alex Alleys. All proceeds from the event will go to the Putnam County Senior Center. Individuals and organizations that wish to bowl need to form teams of four to play during one of three scheduled sessions. Forms can be picked up from the Senior Center at 9 W. Franklin St., Greencastle...
Final defendant in assault sentenced (03/21/09)
The last of four co-defendants charged in a June assault that left a Greencastle man severely injured has been sentenced for his role in the attack. Jared L. Hornaday, 19, pled guilty to a Class C felony charge of battery. Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley gave Hornaday a four-year sentenced with 18 months executed. Hornaday will serve 90 days at the Putnam County Jail and the remainder of his executed time on Community Corrections...
Continuance denied for Mitchener (03/21/09)
A request for a continuance of the trial of a Roachdale woman accused of taking more than $50,000 from the special needs cooperative where she worked has been denied by the court. Tammy Y. Mitchener, 32, is set for jury trial on April 22. She is charged with Class C felony corrupt business influence (also known as racketeering) and Class D felony theft. If convicted on both counts, Mitchener could be sentenced to up to 11 years in prison...
Strong second half lifts GMS to title (03/21/09)
The GMS seventh grade girls' basketball team won the Putnam County title by defeating host South Putnam 25-16 Thursday. "These young ladies worked very hard and improved dramatically," GMS head coach Bill Earl said. "They represented their school well, both on and off the court. Our number one team goal was to win our last game and cut some net."...
Cougars crowned champs (03/21/09)
The North Putnam eighth grade girls' basketball team defeated South Putnam Thursday to gain the Putnam County championship, 46-34. "The girls played well," Cougar head coach Jill Schreiber said. "We started out slow, but then decided to play ball. All the girls stepped up their play in the beginning of the season due to an injury."...
Menzel sets record, captures title (03/21/09)
Tracy Menzel is closing out her colligate swimming career in dominate fashion. The Kenyon College senior is competing at the NCAA Division III Championships held in Minneapolis this weekend. Menzel scorched the competition to capture her second 100-yard breaststroke title in three years. The Greencastle grad put up a time of 1:02.76, replacing her previous Kenyon record of 1:02.94...
Hansel Inducted (03/21/09)
Joseph M. Jarvis (03/21/09)
Joseph M. Jarvis, 82, Russellville died at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis on Wednesday, March 18, 2009. He was a retired railroad agent for B&O Railroad. After retiring from the railroad, he was farm director on the radio for WCVL and WIMC. He was also a former writer for Stars & Stripes Newspaper...
Linda L. Parrish (03/21/09)
Linda L. Parrish, 70, Greencastle, died Thursday, March 19, 2009 at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Born Nov. 29, 1938 in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Herbert M. and Margurite L. Hunt Lane Sr. She was a graduate of Belle Union High School. She married DeWayne Parrish Sr. on Jan. 14, 1961 and he preceded her in death in July of 1988...

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