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Stories from Wednesday, November 25, 2009

GFD promotes Burgess and App (11/25/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Mayor Sue Murray swore in Greencastle Fire Department members John Burgess and Kyle App as captain and lieutenant, respectively, in a ceremony early Monday morning. Burgess has been serving as a lieutenant and was promoted to captain. App then moved to the lieutenant position vacated by Burgess...
Steele named permanent director of Prindle Institute (11/25/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Robert M. "Bob" Steele, currently Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw and 1969 graduate of the university, has been appointed permanent director of the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics, effective Jan. 1, 2010...
Greencastle responds to EPA program (11/25/09)
GREENCASTLE -- In response to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's direction to establish a local ordinance that would comply with their "National Pretreatment Program," an ordinance enhancing the city of Greencastle's grease interceptor/trap policy has been offered to the city council for consideration. The Council will be making a determination on the ordinance at its Dec. 8 meeting...
Tiger Sharks win county clash (11/25/09)
GREENCASTLE -- They finally got one. The Lady Tiger Sharks captured their first win of the season Tuesday night, defeating the Lady Eagles, 119-65. "The nice thing about tonight is that in our first two meets, we lost some close races that I thought we should have won and tonight the reverse was true," GHS coach Luke Beasley said...
Clovers fall to Warriors in season opener (11/25/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Cloverdale Clovers boys' basketball team traveled to Indianapolis Tuesday night to open the 2009-10 season against the Covenant Christian Warriors, hoping to reverse the fortunes of the last time the teams played each other in the South Putnam Sectionals on March 6, with Covenant Christian ending the Clovers' season, 58-42...
GHS drops first game of the season (11/25/09)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- Catch and shoot for an easy two. That's all Crawfordsville's Betty Elliott had to do all Tuesday night. The 6-foot, 1-inch senior was 13-of-15 from the field, all layups, scoring 26 points to lead the No. 6 Class 3A Athenians to a 80-60 win over Greencastle in non-conference action...
Mandie Lee Smith (11/25/09)
Mandie Lee Smith, 28, of Fillmore passed away Monday, Nov. 23, 2009. She was born Jan. 29, 1981, the daughter of David Smith and Pam Duncan. Mandie will be lovingly remembered by her children, Cameron, Chaise, and Caeleigh; her father, David Smith; mother, Pam Duncan; fiance, Billy Smith; grandmother, Pearl Gregory; sisters, Crissy Lynn and Shawna Dannettelle; aunts, uncles and several cousins...
Mary M. Riggle (11/25/09)
Mary Martha Riggle, 92, of Roachdale died at Brownsburg Meadows on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009. She was born on Oct. 1, 1917 to Alvin E. and Mary Edith Stevens Ford. She married Richard D. "Buck" Riggle on Sept. 19, 1947 in Newport, and he passed away on Nov. 2, 2008...
Thank you for your generosity (11/25/09)
To the Editor: The Greencastle Boys Basketball Program thanks all those who attended our scrimmage on Saturday and provide food items for the Senior Center. We were overwhelmed with your generosity. Once again, thanks for sharing with those in need...
Citizen honored to have met Palin (11/25/09)
To the Editor: I recently had the pleasure of meeting Sarah Palin at a book signing in Noblesville. After a long, cold day of standing in line with over a thousand strangers, the moment of shaking her hand and her signing my book passed in seconds. When it was all over and the faithful stood in the dark to watch her bus pull away and head off to the next destination, I was approached by an Alaskan journalist. ...
Another reader happy bout Palin signing (11/25/09)
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