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Stories from Thursday, August 27, 2009

Murphy pleads guilty to all counts (08/27/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The jury was seated and the trial was ready to begin Wednesday when the attorney for a Fillmore man charged with six felonies related to a child molestation informed prosecutors her client wished to plead guilty to all counts. Lee Alan Murphy, 35, of Fillmore is charged with Class A felony child molesting, two counts of Class B felony sexual misconduct with a minor, Class C felonies child molesting and sexual misconduct with a minor and Class D felony dissemination of matter harmful to a minor.. ...
DePauw pulls support for local cinema (08/27/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The city's only movie theater, Ashley Square Cinema, may have hit a new low. DePauw University announced recently it would no longer offer a subsidy to the cinema because of unresolved issues with theater owner Frank Katris. For the past two years, Katris has had an arrangement with DePauw University allowing students to attend the theater for free during the week and $1 on weekends. Students also received half-price concessions...
JazzFest lineup announced (08/27/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The sixth-annual Family Youth and Community Development program JazzFest will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at 605 Crown St. The lineup of artists for the event has been finalized. The first band to perform will be HausKatz at 2 p.m., followed by Anon & the Late Show at 3 p.m., with Randy Salman taking the stage at 4 p.m...
St. Andrews non-food pantry now serving 150 families weekly (08/27/09)
GREENCASTLE -- It was a cold snowy day back in March when St. Andrew's Episcopal Church opened the doors to the non-food pantry. That month they served 82 families. In July they served over 150 families, providing them with paper goods, detergents, toiletries and other items that food stamps will not cover...
Library to enact new computer policy (08/27/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Putnam County Public Library will be instituting a new program for its public computer system. The program will be an electronic way to manage the use of the 12 computers. Currently, staff members are required to keep track of people signed in to use the computers and all printing...
Mantrailing training this weekend (08/27/09)
The American Mantrailing Academy provides free training to all search and rescue teams or individuals willing to volunteer their time and services to assist local authorities, Homeland Security or emergency management agencies and others when searching for lost or missing persons...
Brazil Concert Band presents finale (08/27/09)
BRAZIL -- The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will present "Grande Finale 2009" at a special time of 7:30 p.m. Sunday, August 30th at Forest Park, rain or shine. The Sudler Award winning BCB, complete with intermission, will showcase the classic Rossini overture "William Tell," in its entirety, in a setting by Erik Leidzen. Soloists Shelley Criss, flute, and Julie Dugger, oboe, are featured...
Tiger Cubs drop contest to Golden Arrows (08/27/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The Greencastle volleyball team fell to 0-4 on the season after falling to Sullivan in three sets Wednesday. The Tiger Cubs fell 25-6, 25-12 and the 25-12. Chelsea Samuels led the way with 27 digs, seven blocks and six kills, while Kara Birt added 14 digs, two assists and one ace. Kayla Nobles recorded seven points, one attack and 13 digs, with Kandice Phillips adding 13 digs, seven assists and 48 sets...
Tiger Cubs and Athenians tie (08/27/09)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- In boys' soccer action, the Greencastle Tiger Cubs traveled to Crawfordsville Tues night to take on the host Athenians. The first half was played fairly evenly, with both teams recording five shots on goal. It was the Athenians that got on the board first, when senior Austin Evans slipped a crossing shot past GHS keeper Kyle Parker with 33:34 to play in the opening half. ...
MotoGP riders invade IMS this weekend (08/27/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- MotoGP, the motorcycle equivalent to auto racing's Formula One World Championship, races for the second time this weekend in the Red Bull Indianapolis GP on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's 2.621-mile road course. Americans Nicky Hayden and Colin Edwards return for their second MotoGP at Indianapolis. ...
The Outsiders is one of this year's best (08/27/09)
The Outsiders, the third release from NEEDTOBREATHE, hit stores Tuesday. However, for the several hundred of us lucky enough to see the band live at Radio Radio in Indy on Saturday, it was available for purchase three days early. This wasn't the only perk to being at the show, though. I walked in on Saturday excited for the show but unsure what to expect. I walked out needing to see these guys again, and again...
Mildred L. Nettles (08/27/09)
Mildred L. Nettles, 87, of Reelsville, formerly of McComb, Miss., died on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2009 at the Mill Pond Health Campus in Greencastle. She was born on Dec. 14, 1921 in Pike County, Miss., and was the daughter of the late John L. and Winnie M. McDaniel Matthews. She was married to Hilton William Nettles and he preceded her in death on April 22, 2008...
Putnam Scanner for Aug. 27, 2009 (08/27/09)
Greencastle Police Department The following tickets were issued by the Greencastle Police Department: Jacob McFerron, 22, Greencastle, was stopped at Maple and Bloomington streets at 11:40 p.m. Aug. 20 and ticketed for driving while suspended...
Family Movie Night (08/27/09)
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