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Stories from Friday, October 9, 2009

"What's That Bug?" rescheduled for Tuesday (10/09/09)
Greencastle Park and Recreation's "What's That Bug?", originally scheduled for Friday evening, has been postponed. To make sure all have an enjoyable and safe experience, "What's That Bug?" has been rescheduled to Tuesday from 4 to 7 p.m. Anyone that has not registered can still do so, and registration is encouraged there can be plenty of materials on hand...
Hundreds of properties up for tax sale (10/09/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The number of properties that will be up for sale at the Nov. 3 Putnam County Tax Sale will be large because a sale has not been held in the county for some time. Under Indiana Code 6-1.1-25, Indiana's 92 counties have the authority to place liens on property, assume ownership of that property and sell it to recover delinquent taxes...
Area 30 class back in action in community (10/09/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Students in the Area 30 Building and Construction classes were busy this week remodeling shelter number five in Robe Ann Park. The project, sponsored by the Friends of the Park organization, is the second shelter to be revamped by the class...
Sexting to be discussed (10/09/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Sexting, what it is and the consequences of it for students, is the topic of the Putnam County Chaplaincy conference set for Oct. 27 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Walden Inn Conference Center. Every year the Chaplaincy Board holds an annual conference. This year, the board decided to open the conference to the local communities in hopes of dealing with some of the key issues facing Putnam County youth...
Local student makes New York Times (10/09/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Randall Jones was an excited father when he called the Banner Graphic early Thursday morning. His daughter Jeanette Jones, a Greencastle High School graduate and senior at DePauw University, had her picture is in the Home and Garden section of The New York Times...
Tri Kappa starts scholarship endowment (10/09/09)
GREENCASTLE--The women of Kappa Kappa Kappa took over the dining room of Treasures on the Square Wednesday night as they celebrated a new scholarship endowment with the Putnam County Community Foundation. The Beta Psi Chapter of Tri Kappa created the endowment to benefit women who previously began a college career and who are committed to earning a degree...
No Banner Graphic on Monday (10/09/09)
Due to the Columbus Day holiday, there will be no Monday edition of the Banner Graphic. We will, however, be publishing on Tuesday.
Tiger Cubs regain paddle with win (10/09/09)
By DAN SHELTON Sports Writer GREENCASTLE -- In front of a fan base that could easily rival any sectional crowd, the Lady Tiger Cubs upset the South Putnam volleyball squad three sets to two, reclaiming what they lost at the county tournament -- the paddle...
North Putnam loses on the road (10/09/09)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- The North Putnam volleyball team fell to Southmont Thursday in three sets, 25-10, 25-14 and 25-22. Megan Gray had seven assists, with Megan Robinson adding two kills and two stuff blocks. Paxton Stephenson had five kills, while Carlye McGaughey added three kills and Mackensy Asbell added two stuff blocks...
Ida May Baird (10/09/09)
Ida May Baird, 83, of Russellville died at her residence on Wednesday, October 7, 2009. She was born on July 4, 1926 to James and Serena Thomas Burk near Greencastle. She graduated from Clinton Center High School in 1944. Mrs. Baird worked at International Minerals and Chemicals from 1967 to 1987. ...
Putnam Scanner for Oct. 9, 2009 (10/09/09)
Putnam County Sheriff's Department An Indianapolis man was involved in a single-vehicle crash on Friday, but failed to report it until several days later. James Quillin was traveling on CR 825E at 2 a.m., when he missed a 90-degree curve onto CR 525E near Fillmore, causing him to run off the road and strike a tree...
Quarterback Club thankful for supporters (10/09/09)
To the Editor: The South Putnam Quarterback Club would like to thank the following people for helping to make our fourth Annual Golf Scramble a huge success: First National Bank, Chris Reardon Certified Auto Sales, Cash Concrete, Farm Bureau -- Kevin Hutcheson, agent, Farm Credit Services, Closed Circuit Audio & Video, Nichols Farms, Cecil's Cinnamon Rolls, Endeavor Communications, Double R Farms, Darin and Chris Buis, York Automotive, Oak Ridge Golf Course, Moore's Bar, Riddell Bank, Family Video, Dairy Castle, State Farm Insurance -- Theresa Cunningham and Brad Tucker agents, Almost Home, Papa Johns, Taco Bell, Monical's Pizza, McDonalds, and Peebles.. ...
JD Miller Benefit was great success (10/09/09)
To the Editor: The JD Miller Benefit Dinner, held Sept. 26, was a great success due to the participation of many people. First Christian and Peace Lutheran churches worked together planning the event. Administration, faculty and students of Greencastle Middle School and Deer Meadow Elementary School contributed gift baskets for a silent auction that raised $1,132...
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