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Stories from Thursday, October 8, 2009

PCH nurse teaches TZ students about her profession (10/08/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Putnam County Hospital OB Nurse and Family Life Center Manager Deborah Miller visited Tzouanakis Intermediate School Wednesday to present their library with a book called, "Jill learns about Nurses Around the Town." Miller also gave a copy of the book to Ridpath and Deer Meadow schools...
Festival has vendor sites (10/08/09)
Vendor spaces are still available for the Covered Bridges of Putnam County Festival Oct. 9 through 18. Spots are located outside the Bainbridge Community Center on U.S. Hwy 36 on the west edge of Bainbridge. A 10-foot by 10-foot space is only $100 for the 10-day event. Electricity is an additional $25, with all fees due prior to set-up...
Expect long delays on West Walnut (10/08/09)
An INDOT project on West Walnut Street from the Greencastle city limits to CR 850 W may cause Covered Bridge Festival travelers long delays. The project is underway now and will continue past the last weekend of the festival. One lane of the road will be kept open with flaggers at each end directing traffic. Because the road is narrow, machinery may have to be moved for cars to get past, thus causing even more delays...
WGRE up for Woodie Award (10/08/09)
GREENCASTLE -- DePauw University's student run radio station WGRE has made it through the first rounds of the "Woodie" award presented by MTV's 24-hour college network mtvU. The radio station is in the running to be named the best in the country. It is in the top 25 university-run stations in the country, and voting is underway to determine which of those 25 is number one. WGRE was a finalist in last year's inaugural competition...
Sunkel Fund impacts downtown (10/08/09)
GREENCASTLE--The Putnam County Community Foundation is pleased to announce the Richard and Sally Sunkel Honorary Fund awarded the City of Greencastle with a grant to purchase fall banners for the city's downtown area. The banners are up throughout the fall season for everyone to enjoy. This set of banners completes a set of five different banners the Sunkels have granted to the city that include winter, spring, summer and Farmers' Market banners. These rotate throughout the year...
GHS falls in three (10/08/09)
CLAYTON -- The Greencastle High School volleyball team dropped a three set match, 25-14, 25-18, 25-14, to Cascade Wednesday night. "This was a pretty good night for us," GHS coach Trish Lowe said. "We did a good job of serving the ball in play. We only missed two serves for the entire night, which is something that we have been working on each game."...
Three different Cougar players score first time goals in win over Wildcats (10/08/09)
CLINTON -- The North Putnam High School girls' soccer team defeated the South Vermillion Wildcats Wednesday, 4-2. All four of the Cougars goals came from players who had not scored a goal all season long. Freshman Brooke Matthews scored two of the goals, with Lauren Campbell scoring one goal and senior keeper, Dakota Malayer scoring the final goal on a penatly kick...
The Thaw never heats up (10/08/09)
The chill of October is upon us, so it's that time of year when former A-list actors roll out their most recent spooky offerings. This year is no exception. Out Tuesday from Lionsgate is the "Ghost House Underground Collection," four films handpicked by director Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert. The films included in the series are The Thaw, The Children, Seventh Moon and Offspring...
Exene finds the folkie within (10/08/09)
So what happens to a former punk goddess nearly 30 years after her band's prime as the best band on L.A.'s punk scene? For Exene Cervenka, she's doing what she's done since her days as lead singer of X: making more music. Only, no one should expect any punk numbers from Somewhere Gone, released Tuesday on Bloodshot Records. ...
Viola M. Parsons (10/08/09)
Viola M. Parsons, 81 of Brazil died unexpectedly on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009 at her residence. She was born Oct. 14, 1927 in Poland, the daughter of Edward P. Green and Mae Tapy Green. She graduated from Van Buren High School and was the class valedictorian of 1945...
Putnam Scanner for Oct. 8, 2009 (10/08/09)
Putnam County Jail Robert Mullins, 35, Cloverdale, was booked into the Putnam County Jail at 6:08 p.m. Tuesday for petition to revoke probation. Michael Terry, 21, Indianapolis, was booked at 6:33 p.m. Tuesday for second petition to revoke probation...
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