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Stories from Saturday, October 3, 2009

Greencastle remains green (10/03/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- For the second time in as many years, Greencastle has been named IACT's (Indiana Association of Cities and Towns) Green Community of the Year. The award will be presented during the annual meeting of the Association on Monday in French Lick...
County Home's unmarked graves remain a mystery (10/03/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Some mystery surrounds a cemetery with unmarked graves that lies on property at the Putnam County Home. Two things are in question: Exactly where the bodies lie and how many are there. There are at least 11 documented bodies buried on the hillside of a pasture directly behind the county home. A local farmer who rents the property told Putnam County Planner Kim Hyten he believed there were at least 52 bodies buried there...
GHS Alumni Association hosts pancake supper (10/03/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The Greencastle Alumni Association, in conjunction with the Greencastle National Guard Armory, tried a different form of fundraising on Thursday evening. Their inaugural pancake supper turned out to be a success for both organizations...
Tiger Cubs claw their way to victory (10/03/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Fumbles are something no team wants to see come Friday night. Greencastle and Cloverdale produced 10 fumbles between them, with all but eight points on the night coming from the turnovers. The Tiger Cubs earned their first win of the season with their 23-13 victory over the Clovers...
North Putnam falls to Bulldogs in final quarter; Monrovia stays perfect (10/03/09)
ROACHDALE -- Two plays. That's all it took for the No.5 Monrovia Bulldogs to put and end to North Putnam's perfect West Central Conference record Friday night. The first one was when Tim Conner nailed Dalton Clements for 57-yard pass, putting the Bulldogs on the 11-yard line and setting up the seven-yard touchdown run by Tim Connor four plays later...
Eagles withstand Sparkplugs for win (10/03/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The South Putnam Eagles football team hosted West Central Conference foe, the Speedway Sparkplugs, while celebrating Homecoming Friday night. Both teams entered the game with only one WCC loss for the season, so there was much riding on the game in the Conference standings...
Dick, Koors leads DPU to victory (10/03/09)
GREENCASTLE -- DPU receiver Alex Koors racked up 212 yards and two touchdowns in the Tigers' 29-27 win. Senior quarterback Spud Dick completed 28-of-34 for 372 yards and three touchdowns and sophomore Jon Ellis chipped in 63 yards on 24 carries in the victory...
Richard E. Miller (10/03/09)
Richard E. Miller, 75, of Cloverdale died Friday, Oct. 2, 2009. He was born in Lena on Sept. 1, 1934, the son of W. Everett and Marjorie L. Craig Miller. He married B. Lorene Brock on Feb. 16, 1957, and she survives. Mr. Miller retired from the Chrysler Foundry in 1996 after 23 years. He served in the U.S. Army from 1957 to 1959. He graduated from Amo High School...
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