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Stories from Thursday, September 2, 2010

Personalized jerseys could become player mementos (09/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- When Charles "Denny" Bridges wanted a way to memorialize his father and uncle, he had to look no farther than the Greencastle football team. Denny's father John and uncle Bob Bridges played football together for Greencastle High School in the 1950s. ...
Young women take steps toward healing at ResCare (09/02/10)
Editor's note: To protect their identities, the names of the ResCare residents in this story have been changed. GREENCASTLE -- There may only be nine young women living at ResCare's Miller-Jones House, a group home for girls, but there are hundreds of stories within the home's walls...
Roachdale man faces federal charges (09/02/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- A Roachdale man has been indicted on 63 federal counts of currency structuring. A release from the United States District Court, Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division said Steven R. Smith, 45, structured multiple currency transactions to evade reporting requirements under federal law...
PCPL encourages patrons to join during Library Card Sign-up (09/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- September is Library Card Sign-up Month, and the Putnam County Public Library wants to make sure that all children in Putnam County have the smartest card of all -- a library card. Public library programming and books for children make a difference in the lives of students. By providing school age children with engaging programs and amazing collections, students from all backgrounds become excited and enthusiastic readers...
South Putnam announces schedule for September (09/02/10)
Today: South Putnam High School: Jr./Sr. High FCA, 7:30 a.m. Fillmore Elementary: PTO fundraiser kick-off, 1:30 PTO meeting, Fillmore Elementary, 6 p.m. Purple Day, Student Stars; Spell Bowl practice, Reelsville Elementary, 2:30-3:15 p.m. Dazzlers 4-H Club, Fillmore Elementary, 7 p.m...
CHS calendar planned for September (09/02/10)
Today: High School student/staff/faculty picture day, 8 a.m.; Teen Speak will meet sixth period Homecoming Week Sept. 6: No school/Labor Day Sept. 7: GED classes offered, 5-7 p.m., Knoy Center Sept. 8: Night school, Western Indiana Knoy Learning Center, 4-8 p.m...
Cloverdale Elementary School announces September calendar (09/02/10)
Sept. 13-17 Knoy after-school homework help and community service project, 3rd and 4th grade, 2:45-5 p.m. Book fair, all week...
Cloverdale High School sets lunch menu for September (09/02/10)
Sept. 14: Sloppy joe sandwich or hot and spicy chicken sandwich, fries, vegetable, cookie, variety milk; Breakfast -- big breakfast, milk/juice Sept. 20: Pork BBQ sandwich or meat and cheese nachos, fries, mixed vegetables; Breakfast -- pizza breakfast, milk/juice...
September lunch, breakfast menus confirmed for Cloverdale Elementary (09/02/10)
Sept. 20-24 Oct. 1: Chicken sandwich, fries with cheese, fruit, variety milk; Breakfast -- funnel cake, milk/juice...
Jazz at the Duck off semester hiatus, returns tonight (09/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- After a semester on hiatus, DePauw Jazz at the Duck will return to the Inn at DePauw's Fluttering Duck tonight with the Randy Salman Quartet. The series is sponsored by the DePauw School of Music and the Inn at DePauw. The series will run from 9 to 11 p.m. every Thursday through Dec. 2, excluding Oct. 21 and Nov. 25...
2 DePauw student activists aim to 'Stop Traffick' Sept. 10-11 (09/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- What started out as a five-hour brainstorm for a "dream event" for two DePauw University juniors will soon come to fruition as a weekend event full of education and advocacy on the issue of human trafficking. A series of events scheduled for Sept. 10 and 11 on Hannah Street, "Stopping Traffick" aims to call attention to the issue of human trafficking and is the brainchild of DePauw juniors Michelina Ferrara and Margarita Villa...
Hedge, Samuels lead GHS to win at Cloverdale (09/02/10)
CLOVERDALE -- With temperatures dropping and storm clouds rolling in, Clover Meadows remained dry and Greencastle finished at the head of the pack Wednesday. GHS finished first with a 209, with Cloverdale edging Monrovia 225-226. Greencastle golfers Katie Hedge and Chelsea Samuels battled for medalist honors, with Hedge getting the nod after posting a score of 42 to Samuels' 43. Kay Wood shot a 56 for Greencastle and McKenzie St. Marie shot a 68...
Cascade Cadets win North Putnam Invite (09/02/10)
ROACHDALE -- North Putnam hosted the North Putnam Invite Tuesday, with Cascade running away with the team win as well as the top boy and girl finisher. South Putnam led the Putnam County charge with a second place finish, followed by North Putnam in fifth and Cloverdale in seventh...
Greencastle runners top Tuttle, qualify for state meet (09/02/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The Greencastle Middle School cross country teams hosted its first match of the year Wednesday. The boys' team defeated Tuttle 20-35, while the girls' team won, as Tuttle was unable to field a complete team. The boys took the top three positions, as well as fifth and ninth place. Elijah Brattain led GMS with a time of 11:55, followed by Taylor Secrest at 12:13 and Secrick Weinschenk at 12:48...
South Putnam splits with Monrovia (09/02/10)
The South Putnam seventh grade football team lost to Monrovia 39-0, while the eighth graders won 24-8. Lucas Lorian had three touchdowns and one two-point conversion for the Eagles. Noah Taylor also had a two-point conversion.
Leaving education to chance in 'The Lottery' (09/02/10)
For anyone who has spent hours debating what educational path to guide their children down, "The Lottery" is just another reminder of how broken the current education system in America is. Of course there are exceptions, but for the most part the system is failing children; that's the main theme of "The Lottery." The documentary asks us how we can leave a child's future up to the luck of the draw...
Dot Dot Dot takes fiery set to Terre Haute, Bloomington (09/02/10)
TERRE HAUTE -- Fresh off a Wednesday show at ISU's Wolf Field, Chicago's Dot Dot Dot will be playing a pair of shows in nearby college towns this weekend. The band will be back in Terre Haute at the Ballyhoo at 10 p.m. Friday and at Bloomington's Bluebird at 10:30 p.m. Saturday...
Margaret Ann Krampe (09/02/10)
Margaret Ann Krampe, 84, of Greencastle and formerly of Brazil died Aug. 29, 2010 at Putnam County Hospital in Greencastle. She was born April 11, 1924 in Brazil as the daughter of Edward and Theresa Terrell Spugnardi. She graduated from Brazil High School. ...
Michael Trammell (09/02/10)
Michael Trammell, 54, Greencastle, formerly of Winfield, Tenn., passed away on Aug. 29, 2010. He was born on July 23, 1956 in Indianapolis and was the son of George Oscar and Norma Jean (Bennett) Trammell. He was a laborer in construction. He is survived by his children, Dawn Lacole Trammell and Nathan Michael Scott Trammell; his mother, Norma Jean Trammell; his sister, Rena Alexander; his brothers, Rick Trammell and wife Bonnie, Tony Trammell and wife Dawn, Terry Trammell and wife Kim, Troy Trammell and wife Debbie, and two grandsons.. ...
Putnam Scanner for Sept. 2, 2010 (09/02/10)
Vehicle was towed by Jerry's. Damage estimate $1,001-$2,500. Amber Nicole Akins-McCombs, 22, Greencastle: Dealing in a schedule drug, possession of a controlled substance, neglect of a dependent, Aug. 31, 11:19 p.m. Joseph Day, 18, no city listed: Driving while suspended, Aug. 31, 4 p.m...
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