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Stories from Saturday, December 19, 2009

The reason for the season (12/19/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The holiday season is a busy time filled with hustle and bustle -- so much so that it's easy sometimes to forget what it's all about. Jack and Betty Wright, however, are reminded of the reason for the season hundreds of times over through their collection of crèches...
First place finish (12/19/09)
Jones to enter change of plea (12/19/09)
GREENCASTLE -- An Indianapolis man charged with drug dealing has entered a guilty plea and will be sentenced in Putnam County Circuit Court on Jan. 14. Zikimo Jones, 32, pled guilty to one charge of Class B felony dealing in a schedule I controlled substance. Under the terms of a plea agreement, an additional charge of Class B felony dealing in a controlled substance and a charge of Class D felony possession of a controlled substance were dropped in exchange for Jones' guilty plea...
Poynter denied release (12/19/09)
GREENCASTLE -- A sentence modification has been denied for a Parke County man convicted in connection with a Putnam County burglary. Kyle Poynter, 21, will remain in jail, where he has been since April. Poynter was convicted of Class C felony burglary on Feb. 21, 2008. He was given a four-year Department of Correction sentence with two years executed on home detention...
Eagles drop WCC contest to Speedway (12/19/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Again, it was a sluggish start that plagued the South Putnam girls' basketball squad. The Eagles were only able to put up five points in the first quarter, a deficit they wouldn't be able to overcome. South Putnam (2-8) showed some tough, physical play late in the game, but lost the game 53-40 and it was that slow start that head coach Debbie Steffy spoke about following the contest...
Cougars win second of season (12/19/09)
CLAYTON -- With some clutch free throw shooting from Travis Franklin and Tim Wiltermood, the North Putnam Cougars got an early Christmas present Friday night when they knocked off Cascade,71-66, in their first West Central Conference matchup of the season...
Monrovia halts Clovers (12/19/09)
MONROVIA -- Riding a five game win streak into Friday night's action, the Cloverdale boys' basketball team was looking strong. The one question mark was how they might handle a bigger, more physical team. Monrovia fit that description perfectly. The Bulldogs' (1-1, 1-1 WCC) 78-64 victory over the Clovers (5-2, 1-1 WCC) let coach Pat Rady and his squad know there is still work to be done. ...
CHS struggle against Bulldogs (12/19/09)
MONROVIA -- Cloverdale's girls struggled handling the basketball against Monrovia's full-court pressure Friday, committing 42 turnovers in a 48-29 loss in a West Central Conference game at Branch McCracken Memorial Gym. "Forty-two turnovers doesn't give you a chance to win the game," Clovers' coach Tom Anderson said. "It's something we've been working on and concentrating on and we thought we were getting better, making strides. We only had 18 turnovers in our last game...
Eagles fight Plugs to final minutes (12/19/09)
GREENCASTLE -- It's not that the effort isn't there. If it isn't, South Putnam head coach Micah Elliott gets his team to get back into the game and play with more intensity. It's certainly not for a lack of defense. The Eagle zone defenses constantly frustrated a Speedway team that wanted to attack the basket, but found that the way to the rim was always cut off...
North Putnam falls to Cascade (12/19/09)
CLAYTON -- Between Brandyce Salle and Alex Morgan, the Lady Cougars didn't stand a chance Friday night as North Putnam lost to Cascade 57-35 in its West Central Conference opener. Salle amassed 21 points Friday, all in the first half, shooting 5-for-6 from downtown and hitting a perfect 6--for-6 from the free throw line...
Albums of the Decade: 2004 -- Drive-By Truckers, The Dirty South (12/19/09)
This is part five of a 10-part series on Jared's favorite albums of each year of the decade. The series will conclude with his top 10 albums of 2009. The last decade has been good to the Drive-By Truckers. They began it in relative obscurity, but proceeded to make six outstanding records in nine years...
Katelynn Joleen Mullenix (12/19/09)
Matt and Amanda Mullenix, Cloverdale, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Katelynn Joleen Mullenix. Katelynn came into the world at 1:26 a.m., Dec. 8, 2009, at the St. Vincent Women's Center. She weighed 5 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 19 and three-quarters inches long...
Reitzel (12/19/09)
Howard and Peggy Goss Reitzel will be celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary on Jan. 2, 2010 at an open house hosted by the son, Robert Reitzel, and their daughter, Rita-Lyle Reitzel-Crouse. The open house will take place in the fellowship room of Clayton Baptist Church, Clayton, from 2 to 5 p.m...
Hazel Singleton (12/19/09)
Hazel Singleton will celebrate her 90th birthday December 22. She would love to hear from family and friends. Her address is: Hazel Singleton, 1014 Mill Pond Lane, Room 201, Greencastle.
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