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Stories from Saturday, February 6, 2010

Headley announces re-election bid (02/06/10)
Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley has announced his bid for re-election as the Putnam Circuit Court Judge. "I have been truly honored to serve as the Circuit Court Judge over the last five years and hope to continue my service to the citizens of Putnam County," Headley said. "I have treated the citizens in the court room with respect, patience and consistency. I am always trying to think of new ways to provide a better service for those who come in contact with the court."...
Clearing the Way (02/06/10)
Sheriff Steve Fenwick takes a moment to clear a path in front of the Putnam County Jail Friday during a winter snowfall. Nearly five inches of snow was expected to fall in the area Friday. There is a 40 percent chance of more snow showers today with wind gusts around 30 mph...
DePauw's forgotten founder is remembered in book (02/06/10)
GREENCASTLE -- He is considered a forgotten founder of Indiana Asbury University or later DePauw. Yet, Calvin Washington Ruter considered it to be one of his life's greatest achievements. "The names of Robert R. Roberts, Edward Ames and Allen Wiley are well-known founders, but until examination of his two-volume, hand-written memoirs, little was known of Ruter's efforts on the university's behalf," wrote Wesley Wilson in the introduction of "DePauw's Forgotten Founder: The Memoirs of Calvin Washington Ruter.". ...
Vehicle options for senior drivers (02/06/10)
In the United States today there are more 19 million drivers over the age of 70. By 2024, one in four drivers will be aged 65 plus. The number of Americans aged 55 to 74 is projected to double by the year 2030, causing automakers to pay attention to the needs of older car buyers...
Lady Tiger Sharks bound for state in three events (02/06/10)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- Powered by two school records from senior Melissa Ball, the Greencastle girls' swim team placed second in the Crawfordsville swim sectional Saturday afternoon. The Lady Tiger Sharks advanced to state in three events. Ball ran away from the competition in the 50 freestyle (24.14) and the 100 butterfly (57.57), breaking her own school record in each event...
Four wrestlers advance to Evansville (02/06/10)
MOORESVILLE -- Four Putnam County wrestlers punched their card to compete at next Saturday's state semi-final held in Evansville. Greencastle's Jesse Ford and Jesse Vermillion, along with South Putnam's Chris Hurst and North Putnam's Tyler Ruble will make the trek south in hopes of securing a spot at the state finals in Indianapolis...
Welch signs with Olney (02/06/10)
Stinson earns honor (02/06/10)
Updated GGUSBC bowling standings from Alex Alleys (02/06/10)
GGUSBC Standings (As of 2/5/10) Sue Cash Memorial (Wednesday) The Whole-FamDamily 107 93 Perry Wainman, DDS 107 93 High team scratch score -- The Whole FamDamily 705 High team scratch series -- The Whole FamDamily 1,927 High individual game -- Christa Duff 203...
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