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Stories from Friday, April 2, 2010

Health Care Bill: What happens now (04/02/10)
With the passage of the Health Care Reform Bill, millions of Americans without health insurance will now have coverage. Since nearly 94 percent of the country's uninsured population will have health insurance, many will make a visit to a physician's office. With a current shortage of physicians, the demand will be greater since the health care bill...
Olympic Cooking (04/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Trilogy Health Services, LLC, hosted its second annual Trilogy Central Divisional Culinary Olympics at its Greencastle campus Mill Pond Health Campus. Two chefs from each Trilogy campus were given the opportunity to plan their own signature menu composed of a salad, entrée and dessert. ...
Lawson recognized for voter record (04/02/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- State Sen. Connie Lawson (R-Danville) was recognized Monday by Senate President Pro Tempore David Long (R-Fort Wayne) for achieving an outstanding voting attendance record of 100 percent during the 2010 regular legislative session. "Legislators are elected to be the voice of their constituents at the Statehouse," Long said. ...
Pizza Boy (04/02/10)
Temperatures aren't the only indicator that spring is here, the Domino's Pizza boys are out in force. Michael York was sporting a pizza deal sign across from Walmart Wednesday evening. It was his first night on the new job.
Something to think about for Good Friday (04/02/10)
A call for change (04/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- April 22 will mark the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. To gear up for the occasion, leaders from local and state government, as well as students who participated in the DePauw University Environmental Policy Project, gathered in front of the Putnam County Courthouse to call on the U.S. Senate to take action on clean energy and climate...
Local couple recounts Fla. bus crash (04/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Imagine being on vacation more than 1,000 miles from home and having a serious vehicle accident. Suddenly, the dream vacation has turned into a nightmare. For Greencastle residents Betty and Tom Graffis, the scenario became reality on their Florida vacation in February...
Farmers' market accepting applications from vendors (04/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Building on the success of last season, Greencastle will feature two weekly farmers' markets beginning in June. The Saturday morning Downtown Farmers' Market is set to return on June 5, followed by a Tuesday evening Parkfest Farmers' Market in Robe Ann Park on June 15...
Bowling Champs (04/02/10)
Buy Local task force to meet Tuesday (04/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce has formed a "Buy Local" task force to work together in promoting buying, local goods and services. Their first task force meeting will be held April 6 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at City Hall. RSVPs are not necessary...
Kindergarten round-up set at North Putnam (04/02/10)
Kindergarten round-up is scheduled for April 5 at Roachdale Elementary School and April 6 at Bainbridge Elementary School. Last names A-L will be at 9 a.m. and last names M-Z will be at 12:30 p.m. Children who are 5 years of age on or before August 1 are eligible for enrollment for the 2010-11 school year...
Chamber of Commerce offering ball drop entries (04/02/10)
The Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce will host a golf ball drop immediately following the May 14 Chamber golf scramble. The first ball to go in the cup or the closest to the pin splits the proceeds of the event with the Chamber. Balls cost $5 for two or $10 for five and can be purchased from now until the day of the scramble. Entrants do not have to be present or in the golf scramble to participate...
Eagles taking '10 one step at a time (04/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The South Putnam baseball team is coming off a season where they captured a sectional title and will look to add to their success under new head coach Ryan Gilman. The Eagles were in great spirits at their recent practice on a beautiful March day, something the team didn't get a lot of in their off-season workouts...
Renewed confidence will be staple of Cloverdale (04/02/10)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale baseball season got off to a great start after the team's 9-8 win over Southmont Tuesday. For second-year head coach Bryan Archer, the 2010 season is going to be one of renewed confidence for his team. The team had a great run to close last season and to pick up a win in their first game this season. All seems to be going well for the Clovers...
Ted Katula (04/02/10)
Friends, former students and colleagues of Ted Katula are invited to remember the "Katman" April 24, when a celebration of his life will be held at 9:30 a.m. in Meharry Hall of historic East College and will be followed by a reception in the galleria of Walden Inn...
Mary E. Brock (04/02/10)
Mary E. Brock, 84, Muskegon, Mich., died Saturday, Feb. 13, 2010, with her daughter Gloria by her side. She was born Dec. 4, 1925 in Sandy Bottom, N.C. to Johnny and Susan Stroud White. Mrs. Brock worked for a dress shop in Kinston, N.C. She later moved to Muskegon, where she worked several years at the A & P Grocery Store. After her marriage to Marvin Brock, they moved back to North Carolina and settled in Albertson, where she took a job at a local grocery store...
Jerrlynn A. Colvin (04/02/10)
Jerrlynn A Colvin, 66, of Bainbridge died Wednesday, March 31, 2010 in Hendricks Regional Health. She was born Nov. 1, 1943 in Oakland, Ill., the daughter of the late Howard Hollingsworth. Her mother Linda Walsch Gallatin of Indianapolis survives. She married John Colvin on June 15, 1961, and he survives...
Courthouse News for April 2 (04/02/10)
Criminal Cases Traffic Infractions Kurt Clearwaters, Joshua Motheney, Cantrell Cumberlander, Paul Barnard, Kenneth Hall, Regonel Petoskey, Robert Hayden, Robert McPike, Michael Pryor, Christopher Shaw, Emmett Smith, Rebecca Thomas, Michael Busch, Jordan Delp, Randy Lawson, John Gaines, Amanda Shelton, Kimberly Swisher, Terry Wehr, Chelsie Foster, Jennifer Martin, Dean Mattingly, Amber Gaddis, Michael Bradley, Wesley McClure, Nancy Sargent, Billy Land, Michael Brock, Arlie Brock, Steven Swinford, Jaleen Wallen, Jason Mabis, Christopher Farell, Teresa Barton, Lynda Pelchat, Mark Day, Brandi Doss, Earl Owens, Anthony Morman, Juliana Lareaux, Brian Collins, Brian Cummings, Scott Hubble, Denise Hecht, Lori Ybarra, Meredith Stewart, Bethany Wathen, Samantha Pitts, Bruce Neff, Jason Crum, Alan Stratton, Paige Singh, Shane Bucke, Fleetwood Caton, Morgan McLaughlin, James Enochs, William Forrest, Mika Brown, Ronald Duke, Steve Hernandez, James Ricketts, Charles Durham, Russell Barnett, Aysa Bonwell, Michael Garvey, Cheyanne Owens, Robert Porter, Evelyn Scott, Neal Strausbaughn, Brett Burnham, Jessica Corn, Vito Colonna, Richard Jones.. ...
All-time worst party foul (04/02/10)
As a big music fan, I've long wanted the chance to hang out with the members of a band I like. I've never really been in the right circles to obtain backstage passes. Even the artist interviews I've had the chance to do have been by phone and arranged by a publicist. It's not exactly just hanging out and chatting...
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