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Stories from Monday, October 5, 2009

All Dogs Go To... (10/05/09)
Marthe Chandler of Greencastle looks on as her Yorkshire Terrier mix Fifi, 11, is blessed by the Rev. Bill Wieland Sunday during a Blessing of the Animals ceremony held at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Several pets, including dogs, cats and a newt, were blessed at the ceremony, which is an annual event at St. Andrew's.
Greencastle part of 20th annual Tenderness Tour (10/05/09)
GREENCASTLE -- On Friday and Saturday, Putnam County will be a part of a special effort to end childhood violence. Richard Propes will be taking a wheelchair ride across the state as part of his 20th annual Tenderness Tour. The ride is set to begin on Wednesday in Terre Haute and conclude Oct. 16 with his arrival in Richmond...
Krattenmaker to speak at DePauw Wednesday (10/05/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Tom Krattenmaker, an award-winning writer specializing in religion in public life and author of a new book, will visit DePauw University on Wednesday as a guest of the Mendenhall Lecture Series. A columnist for USA Today and author of the new book, "Onward Christian Athletes: Turning Ballparks Into Pulpits and Players Into Preachers," Krattenmaker will discuss "The Salvation of Sports? Sports World Christianity in the Age of Religious Diversity."...
Supporting the Cause (10/05/09)
Lori Lewis of Greencastle and her son Paul, 3, take part in Sunday's Life Chain event in downtown Greencastle. The Life Chain is believed to be the largest pro-life demonstration group in the United States and Canada. Each year on the first Sunday in October, Life Chain demonstrations -- marked by people standing on sidewalks with signs bearing pro-life messages -- are held all over the United States and Canada.
GFD Fire Prevention Contest Winners (10/05/09)
Winners of the Greencastle Fire Department's 2009 fire prevention contests were honored at Thursday's GFD open house. Winners in the coloring, poster and essay contests were (front, from left) Rayna Higginbatham, Anastasia Lopez, Josie Teipen, (back) McKenzie Shannon, Matthew Maynard, MaKenna Hofer, Fire Prevention Officer Christy Glass, Brayden Watson, Emma Bodnarick, (not pictured) Sahara Noll and Bailey Zapp.
Dick, Koors lead Tigers to victory (10/05/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The DePauw Tigers controlled the ball for 42:24 Saturday, but had to withstand a fourth quarter charge from visiting Millsaps to earn their third win of the season, 29-27. The Tigers put points on the board on their opening drive, but did most of their damage in the second and third quarters...
Alex Alleys announced latest GGUSBC bowling standings (10/05/09)
GGUSBC Standings (As of 10-4-08) Commercial (Thursday) Donald's Rusty Fishhooks 50 22 High team scratch score -- Alexander's Masonry 1,025 High team scratch series -- Alexander's Masonry 2,883 High individual game -- Scott Alexander 260 High individual series -- Rob Robinson 665...
Ashley Jean Monro (10/05/09)
Ashley Jean Monro, 25, of Howland, Ohio found her peace when she passed away Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009. She was born April 12, 1984 in Girard, Ohio, the daughter of Rex Thompson and Susan Dixon Thompson. While growing up in Girard, she participated in youth softball leagues and sang in the children's choir at Girard United Methodist Church, where she was very active in youth group. She excelled in school, soaking up knowledge with enthusiasm and making so many friends just as quickly...
Putnam Scanner for Oct. 5, 2009 (10/05/09)
Greencastle Police Department Jerrod Fislar, 41, Reelsville, was traveling west on Veteran's Memorial Highway east of Bloomington Street near Cash Concrete at 3:41 p.m. Thursday, when a vehicle driven by Terea Puett, 52, Greencastle, struck the back of his vehicle...
America's Best Frisbee Dogs at HSPC's 2009 Paws on Parade (10/05/09)
October 2009

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