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Stories from Monday, June 1, 2009

Monical's Pizza opening June 6 (06/01/09)
The long-awaited Monical's Pizza will open in Putnam Plaza on June 6 at 11 a.m. with a day filled with food and fun. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 10:45 a.m. just prior to the opening. Owners Jenny and Bill Bradshaw are pleased to be opening the restaurant that has 59 units in operation around the Midwest...
Accident blocks traffic on Manhattan Rd. (06/01/09)
A section of Manhattan Road between 300 and 400 S was closed for several hours Monday afternoon when a truck driven by James G. Manuel had his load of gravel shift. Manuel, 48 drives for McQuire Excavating and Trucking out of Terre Huate. He was not injured...
Wabash Capital offers personalized investment management to clients (06/01/09)
Wabash Capital, Inc. was established in 1999 by Ginger Scott and Joe Ferguson as an independent employee-owned investment management firm. They provide customized investment solutions and portfolio management for a range of clients including individuals, corporations, banks, retirement plans, labor unions and endowments...
Oh, the places you'll go ... (06/01/09)
Calling it a career (06/01/09)
REELSVILLE -- After 75 years of combined teaching experience, two Reelsville Elementary teachers have decided to take a change of pace -- a slower pace. Retirement means a more leisurely schedule for sixth-grade teacher Ellen Royer and second-grade teacher Rhea Gilbrech. Friday was the ladies' last day...
Protecting skin from sun exposure this summer (06/01/09)
Summer time is almost upon us. With recent warmer temperatures, everyone is thinking about more time outdoors and in the sun. We all need some exposure to the sun; it is our primary source of Vitamin D, which helps our bodies absorb calcium for healthy bones and teeth...
Ensemble earns honors (06/01/09)
The Cloverdale Women's Ensemble has a lot to sing about. They began with their success at District Solo Ensemble Contest in February, earning firsts in three different ensembles and three solos. They went on to earn firsts in two ensembles and two solos at State Solo and Ensemble Contest in late February...
Parkfest concert series begins Tuesday (06/01/09)
The Greencastle Civic League, along with the Greencastle Parks and Recreation Department, will be celebrating summer for the next nine weeks with the 16th year of Parkfest. Each Tuesday evening from 7 to 8 p.m., a different musical group will be giving a free concert at the bandshell in Robe Ann Park...
Buzzi Unicem USA honored for sustainable manufacturing practices (06/01/09)
SKOKIE, Ill. -- The Portland Cement Association (PCA) and Cement Americas magazine acknowledged the Buzzi Unicem USA, cement plant in Greencastle as part of the 2009 Cement Industry Energy & Environmental Awards, honoring sustainable manufacturing practices...
Clovers clinch first ever softball sectional title (06/01/09)
LIZTON -- It was history in the making Monday night. For the first time in the program's history, Cloverdale clinched the softball sectional title over Monrovia, 7-6, in nine innings. "We did it," CHS Coach Chuck Mowery said. "We did it the hard way, but we hung in there and did it."...
Chestnut homers, Eagles win (06/01/09)
SPEEDWAY -- The South Putnam baseball team advanced to the Speedway Sectional final with a 5-2 win over Speedway Monday night. Cameron Chestnut began the game with a lead-off home run, with John Spencer, Drew Cash and starting pitcher Grant Zimmerman each adding a double...
Chestnut opens game with home run in Eagles win (06/01/09)
SPEEDWAY -- The South Putnam baseball team advanced to the Speedway Sectional final with a 5-2 win over Speedway Monday night. Cameron Chestnut began the game with a lead-off home run, with John Spencer, Drew Cash and starting pitcher Grant Zimmerman each adding a double...
Clovers fall to Cascade in five innings (06/01/09)
SPEEDWAY -- Cloverdale's quest for a sectional title ended Monday night with their 12-0 loss to Cascade in five innings. Complete game coverage will be in Wednesday's edition of the Banner Graphic.
GHS succumbs to No. 3 West Vigo (06/01/09)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Editor WEST TERRE HAUTE -- On Saturday, the Greencastle baseball team found out first hand why the Vikings of West Vigo are ranked No. 3 in Class 3A. The Vikings defeated GHS 9-2 in seven innings, bringing the Tiger Cubs' season to an end...
A Season to Remember (06/01/09)
Anna Mae Webb (06/01/09)
Anna Mae Webb, 75, of Roachdale died on Saturday, May 30, 2009. She was born on June 18, 1933 in Blue Grass, Va. to Charles and Purdie Dowell. Mrs. Webb worked at the former Ladoga Nursing Home. She was married to Vonie Clay who preceded her in death...
Joan Nowling (06/01/09)
Joan Nowling, 79, of Rockville died Saturday, May 30, 2009 at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. She was born Sept. 13, 1929 in Mecca, the daughter of Victor and Alva LePrees Guoli. She was a 1947 graduate of Mecca High School. She married Joe Nowling on Aug. 21, 1948 in Mecca...
Lois Ann Steele (06/01/09)
Lois Ann Steele, 66, of Greencastle Died Friday, May 29, 2009 at the IU Medical Center in Indianapolis. Born Aug. 11, 1942 in Greencastle, she was the daughter of LeRoy and Inez Carlin Moore. She was a graduate of Greencastle High School "class of 1961". She married William Steele on June 25, 1961 and he survives...
Welcome our summer assistants (06/01/09)
While these three ladies likely need no introduction since they were so involved with the Putnam County 4-H program, please welcome Jada Buchanan, Megan Criss, and Megan Robertson when you call or stop by the Extension office. They have completed their third week and have already made significant contribution to completing tasks...
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