GHS Class of 2009 (05/29/09)
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Stories from Friday, May 29, 2009
GHS Class of 2009 (05/29/09)
Man arrested on school property (05/29/09)
BRAZIL -- A Putnam County man was recently arrested for possession of a firearm in a local school playground. According to Brazil City Police Department Sgt. Dennis Archer, Robert Price II, 30, was taken into custody while officers were investigating a fight on the Meridian Elementary School playground shortly after midnight Wednesday...
Summer fun for kids (05/29/09)
Looking for fun this summer? The Greencastle Parks and Recreation Department will be offering programs in the morning and the afternoon for children who have just completed kindergarten through completing fifth grade. Although the SPARK program participation is free, all other programs have a registration fee. Pre-registration is required for all programs to ensure a minimum number of youth are needed to hold these programs...
People Pathways moving forward with NRHT (05/29/09)
Step by step, the National Road Heritage Trail (NRHT) is stretching across America providing a living tribute to the road that made westward settlement possible. Hendricks County Parks and Recreation has partnered with the Hendricks County Trail Association to maintain the three-mile Vandalia Trail that connects Amo to Coatesville and in the future, extend the trail across the county...
Clovers overtake Cougars in 8 (05/29/09)
SPEEDWAY -- When two county rivals battle at sectional, the game always take on extra meaning. As Cloverdale and North Putnam clashed Thursday, the game became something even more special for the Clovers. A reinvigorated Cloverdale squad stormed the field at the Speedway Sectional and handed North Putnam a 6-5 loss in eight innings...
Tiger Cubs, Cougars, Eagles end season at regional (05/29/09)
LAFAYETTE -- For some, Thursday was the end of the season, but for many it was the end of a career. Out of the 11 boys that competed, only three will have another chance for a state title next year. The other eight will move on to either compete in college or look back on the memories of their high school career...
3-run first carries Clovers to title game (05/29/09)
LIZTON -- With a late start time for their sectional semifinal game with Cascade, the Cloverdale softball team took care of business early, scoring three runs in the first inning on their way to a 5-2 victory Thursday. Kayla Shepherd and Sam Smith got the Clovers started right with a pair of infield singles in the bottom of the first. Paige Gutierrez' sacrifice bunt moved them over before Martika Byrd plated Shepherd with yet another infield single...
Hinton advances to state (05/29/09)
Cloverdale's James Hinton won the Bloomington North Regional and will advance to the state track finals. Hinton logged a jump of 22-feet-5-inches in the long jump. Hinton will compete at the IHSAA state finals June 5.
Clovers top Cougars to open sectional (05/29/09)
LIZTON -- It took two days to complete, but Cloverdale topped North Putnam in a rain-delayed pitchers' duel 2-1. Leah Crosby put the Cougars up 1-0 in the second, driving in Taylor Alles. The Clovers came back in the bottom half, though, as Kristen McCammon reached on a bunt, stole two bases, and scored on an error...
Lane, Duff (05/29/09)
Jenny Lane and Jarrod Duff were united in marriage at the Putnam County Courthouse on May 19. The couple plans to hold a small ceremony and reception later in the summer for family and close friends.
Wolfe, Earley (05/29/09)
Thomas Heath Wolf, formerly of Putnam County and Christi Robin Earley were married March 28, 2009 at their home. Children of the bride and bridegroom served as attendants. Father of the bride performed the ceremony with family and friends in attendance...
Wrightsman - Phillips (05/29/09)
Curt and Cindy Wrightsman of Russellville announce the engagement of their daughter, Brittany Wrightsman, to Jarrod Phillips, son of Harry and Pam Phillips of Indianapolis. Brittany is a 2003 graduate of North Putnam High School and a 2007 graduate of Purdue University...
Pearsons celebrating 50 years (05/29/09)
Friends and relatives are invited by the children of David and Elaine Pearson to celebrate their 50 years of marriage at an open house on Sunday, June 7 from 1 to 4 p.m. in their home. David and Elaine (Graves) were married June 6, 1959 in Marion County, Ind. David retired from Maplehurst Farms in 1999 after 31 years of service. Mrs. Pearson was the former Elaine Graves of Springville, Ind...