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Stories from Saturday, November 21, 2009

And the essay winner is... (11/21/09)
Final tour destination (11/21/09)
GREENCASTLE -- A newly built home owned by Dr. Isaac and Cecily Case, 1041 Deerfield Drive, is one of six on the Delta Theta Tau Sorority 27th annual Holiday Home Tour. The home was built by Bart Spencer with Blue Sky Homes and completed in September. It reflects the lifestyle of an active young couple. It meets their needs for efficiency as well as entertaining...
Local Christmas events scheduled (11/21/09)
Cold weather has arrived and so has the holiday rush. Several local events have been planned in celebration of the Christmas season. Here are a few events already planned: In addition, Santa's mailbox will be by the visitor's cove during the same weekend...
Special judge appointed in molesting case (11/21/09)
GREENCASTLE -- A special judge has been appointed to preside over the February trial of a Cloverdale man charged with six felony sex crimes. Parke County Circuit Court Judge Sam A. Swaim will replace Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley, who recused himself on Oct. 26 from the case against William E. Norlin...
Tiger Cubs top Cougars in opening round (11/21/09)
GREENCASTLE --North Putnam executed the gameplan they entered Friday night's contest against Greencastle to perfection. They kept the Tiger Cubs' scoring threat under wraps for three quarters and played the intense style of play they're known for. Unfortunately for the Cougars, the fourth quarter was where the game was decided and it came out in favor of the Tiger Cubs 50-39...
South Putnam cruises past Clovers (11/21/09)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Editor GREENCASTLE -- In the first game of the 2009 Putnam County girls' basketball tournament, the host South Putnam Eagles jumped out to a commanding first half lead and used it to propel them into tonight's championship game...
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