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Stories from Monday, August 2, 2010

DePauw ranked among top party schools (08/02/10)
The verdict's out: DePauw University is now ranked among some of the nation's largest universities, but not in some of the ways it wants to be recognized. The Princeton Review released its annual list of college rankings Monday, placing DePauw as the No. 10 party school in the United States...
Correction to SP registration info (08/02/10)
The registration information for South Putnam Junior-Senior High School in Saturday's paper contained inaccurate information. Incorrect information was provided to the Banner Graphic. Registration for the junior high and high schools will be from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 4 at the school...
Squealing, mud-slinging fun (08/02/10)
A team made up of, from left, Claudia Shelton, Alex Basile and Kenzie Trisler struggles to get a pig into a tire during a hog wrestling event Saturday at the Putnam County 4-H Fairgrounds. The 2010 Putnam County Fair concluded Saturday.
Pulling Along a Smile (08/02/10)
Sterling Chase smiles to the crowd during the Farm Bureau Pedal Pull Friday night at the Putnam County 4-H Fair.
No cases of West Nile reported in county (08/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Amid positive cases reported in Allen, Hamilton, Marion and Montgomery counties, no confirmed strains of the West Nile Virus have been reported in Putnam County so far this year, according to local health officials. Doug Ehmen, public health coordinator and environmental health specialist for the Putnam County Health Department, said the county has sent three samples tested from the county into the Department of Health Entomology Laboratory in Indianapolis last week but has not received back results yet.. ...
Community members run, walk for sake of mental health (08/02/10)
A brief shower and cooler temperatures greeted runners and walkers Saturday morning for the sixth annual Mental Health America Putnam County run/walk. A record number of entrants took to the scenic trails of the DePauw Nature Park to help one of the counties lesser known organizations...
Cramer claims 23rd Annual Putnamville Clash (08/02/10)
PUTNAMVILLE -- Saturday night was a perfect example of why sprint car fans in the Midwest are so lucky as several tracks contested big races and each track had a solid number of cars on hand to thrill the crowds. USAC headed to K-C Speedway for a sprint car event while both Lawrenceburg and Paragon Speedway were running regular shows. ...
Russell Eugene Roe (08/02/10)
Russell Eugene Roe, 83, of Roachdale died at his residence Sunday. He was born on April 29, 1927 in Barnard to Bert and Mary May Miller Roe. He attended Barnard Schools and worked at Chevrolet in Indianapolis and farmed most of his life. He married Barbara Lucas, who passed away in March of 1985. He later married Beulah Davis on June 10, 1999, in Greencastle and she survives...
Putnam Scanner for Aug. 2, 2010 (08/02/10)
Janet S. Archer of Reelsville reported a dark-colored SUV attempted to pass her vehicle while traveling on US 40W at 1:34 p.m. July 22 and struck the back-left corner panel of her vehicle. Ryan Purkiser of Plainfield ran into the back of a 1997 Chevy Venture registered to and driven by Eldon Wheeler of Coatsville at 3:36 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Indianapolis Road and Veteran's Memorial Highway...
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