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Stories from Friday, November 20, 2009

On An Open Fire (11/20/09)
This home, owned by Randy and Kathleen List at 100 Hilltop Lane, has been decorated in his-and-her style. The eclectic décor, refinished auction pieces and mix of everyday practical items makes it very inviting. It is also one of six homes on the Delta Theta Tau sorority 27th annual Holiday Home Tour from 1 to 5 p.m. ...
Filmmaker comes to Greencastle (11/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Last February, independent filmmaker Ron Whitt visited Greencastle to talk about his upcoming trilogy of films centered on the story of the 1886 death of Putnam County native Pearl Bryan. Last Friday, Whitt was back in town to shoot the final scene of the movie at Bryan's house, which still stands in Greencastle...
Local schools to host H1N1 vaccine clinics (11/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The Putnam County Health Department, in partnership with the Putnam County Hospital, will be conducting H1N1 flu vaccine clinics for Putnam County children and students ages 6 months to 19 years at local schools in the coming weeks. Clinics will be held simultaneously on Monday at both the Cloverdale High School and Cloverdale Middle School from 8:30 to 11 a.m. ...
Mitchener's change of placement request denied (11/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The request of a Roachdale woman to change the place of her incarceration from the Indiana Department of Correction to home detention has been denied. Attorney Robert C. Perry filed the request on behalf of his client, Tammy Y. Mitchener, 33, on Nov. 4. Putnam County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Justin Long filed his objection to the request on Nov. 5...
North Putnam moves toward 'No Excuses Environment' (11/20/09)
BAINBRIDGE -- North Putnam Community School Superintendent Mary Sugg Lovejoy told board members at their Thursday night meeting she wants to develop a "No Excuses Environment" for the school system. This comes as part of the school's administration goals that are being developed...
DePauw concert to benefit emergency food pantry (11/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The 2009-2010 DePauw University Band will present its first concert of the year on Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. in Kresge Auditorium in the Green Center for the Performing Arts. The performance is free of charge and open to the public. The University Band will present an array of styles in this performance, featuring H. ...
Celebrate start of holidays at McCloud (11/20/09)
NORTH SALEM -- Flock to McCloud Nature Park this weekend for Talkin' Turkey Weekend Nov. 28 and 29. Visitors can enjoy ongoing activities, free hot cocoa and fun holiday ideas all weekend long. Especially the crafty will want to spend the afternoon at McCloud's nature center on Saturday, November 28. ...
Brazil Concert Band presents show (11/20/09)
The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will present "William Tell and Friends" at the Scottish Rite Cathedral located at 8th and Ohio Streets in Terre Haute. The 3 p.m. concert will take place Nov. 22. This is an unique opportunity to slip back in time and marvel at this well maintained concert hall once known as the Hippodrome and featured famous entertainers including John Philip Sousa...
Lady Tiger Sharks fall in home opener (11/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- At least they know what they have in store for them at the end of the year. The Lady Tiger Sharks got a chance to see what the Lady Athenians had to offer this year on Thursday, and it was what they expected. Crawfordsville won the dual meet between the two sectional powerhouses, 108-77, and set the standard bar high for Greencastle...
DePauw feeling good heading into first playoff game (11/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Following a 7-2 regular season, DePauw takes the field Saturday in its first-ever NCAA Division III Playoff appearance, and for head coach Robbie Long and his Tigers, it's all about being aggressive. The Tigers drew the high-powered 10-0 Thomas More squad in their first-round game and their aggressive defense will no doubt play a big part in the outcome...
Clovers attempt to grasp fundamentals for '09 campaign (11/20/09)
CLOVERDALE -- For the second time in as many years, the Cloverdale girls' basketball team is entering into a season with a new head coach and a load of questions that need to be answered. The Clovers lost some key players from last year's 4-18 team and after two games this season, they are still struggling to find an identity...
Team identity the name of the game for Cougars (11/20/09)
ROACHDALE -- Jim Brothers wants to do something during his first year at the helm of the North Putnam High School girls basketball team. He wants to establish them. "We want to establish an identity for this program," Brothers said. "We want to be established as a hard nose defensive team that plays both ends of the court...
Werewolves, vampires abound in New Moon (11/20/09)
By CAINE GARDNER Film Critic A celestial anomaly took place on Wednesday night. I encountered Twilight: New Moon and can actually say I enjoyed the film. I would be the last person in the world to go to bat for this flick, but the latest installment of the Twilight saga is a big improvement over the first film...
'Eurydice' takes audience on haunting journey (11/20/09)
If I were given the chance to reunite with my father in the land of the dead or stay with my husband in the world of the living, how would I choose? More importantly, whom would I choose? The struggle between romantic and paternal love is but one of the themes "Eurydice" opens tonight with a 7:30 p.m. performance in the Moore Theatre of the Judson and Joyce Green Center of the Performing Arts on the DePauw campus. Performances will also be staged Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m...
Melody Jo Snider (11/20/09)
Melody Jo Snider, 52, of Cramerton, N.C. died Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009 at Gaston Memorial Hospital in Gastonia, N.C. She was born Nov. 27, 1956 in Greencastle, the daughter of Earl Norman Paris and Mary Bernice Fenwick Snider. Ms. Snider was the owner of "Gleam Team" house cleaning business. She was a member of Family Worship Center in Mt. Holly, N.C...
Putnam Scanner for Nov. 20, 2009 (11/20/09)
A 14-year-old male from Bainbridge died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head Thursday afternoon at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. North Putnam Superintendent Dr. Mary Lovejoy announced the juvenile's passing during the school board meeting Thursday night. Board members and those present at the meeting took a moment of silence...
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