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Stories from Monday, October 18, 2010

New business offers guide to, from north woods in Michigan (10/18/10)
GREENCASTLE -- For 21 years, Mike Hanlon has been traveling to Wellston, Mich., to fish the Manistee River, the Pierre Marquette and Pine River. He's loved it so much, he has taken people with him a number of times over the years. In the last year, he's taken his love of fishing, the place and of sharing them both with people, and turned it into a business. This was the genesis of Northwoods Trophy Fish Outfitters...
Straw poll open (10/18/10)
Helping hands and showing off hot rods (10/18/10)
BAINBRIDGE -- The car is over-the-top opulence, with swooping body lines and over done 1930s style. Three pipes come out of either side of the body. "I just found parts that fit," said Dick Evans, the owner of the car. The car is based on a neo-classic kit car from the 80s called a Gatsby Cabriolet 34...
Casey recognized by alma mater Saturday (10/18/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The University of Notre Dame is presenting Brian W. Casey, a 1985 graduate of that institution and the 19th president of DePauw University, with its Harvey G. Foster Award. Casey is being honored for his distinguished involvement in civic and university initiatives. The Notre Dame Alumni Association presented the award at Saturday's game between the Fighting Irish and Western Michigan...
Library planning talent shows, paranormal talks (10/18/10)
GREENCASTLE -- This Tuesday, the Putnam County Public Library will host a teen talent show -- that is, if enough people register for it. "So far nobody has pre-registered," said Cortina Ziuchkovski, the PCPL's librarian. "I really hope people do pre-register, otherwise it will be canceled."...
Putnam Patter for Oct. 18, 2010 (10/18/10)
The Cloverdale board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Cloverdale Town Hall. The purpose of this hearing is for any appeals presented from the notified public concerning the board's decision The Putnam County Public Library and Low Road Gallery will present "Take Two: Workshop on Bad Films (and why we love them enough to do a remake)." The workshop will run from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Saturday...
Caring and Sharing Brunch to display 'Little Pieces of Home' (10/18/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Putnam County Extension Homemakers invite members of the community to join them for brunch from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Putnam County Fairgrounds. Attendees will enjoy a variety of displays and presentations of holiday decorations and ideas for ways to show sharing and caring during the holidays and throughout the year. ...
Bane Equipment welcomes new general manager of operations (10/18/10)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- Bane Equipment recently announced the promotion of Coy Patton to General Manager of Operations. The move brings Patton to the Crawfordsville area from Remington, where his main office was previously located. "We could not be more thrilled that Coy has accepted this position," stated Phil Bane, president of the company. ...
Putnam County residents headed to livestock expo (10/18/10)
The North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) will have two Greencastle and two Cloverdale residents showing heads of beef or sheep come November. The expo drew more than 200,000 people last year. This is the 37th annual NAILE. Gottschalk Farms in Greencastle will be showing three heads of Shorthorn beef; Douglas Riggen of Greencastle will be showing two heads of Angus and Red Angus beef; Wilson Cattle Company in Cloverdale will be showing 29 heads of Angus, Chi Angus and Chi Maine beef; and Katie Hacker of Cloverdale will be showing four heads of Hampshire and Romney Sheep.. ...
Company ranked 2nd in Indiana angus registrations (10/18/10)
CLOVERDALE -- Wilson Cattle Company in Cloverdale was ranked as the second largest register of Angus Beef in Indiana during fiscal year 2010, which ended Sept. 30. They recorded 114 heads of Angus beef with the American Angus Association according to the association's CEO Bryce Schumann...
Tiger Cubs blister Patriots at Lucas Oil (10/18/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The field might have had the iconic Colts' horseshoe at midfield, but the turf at Lucas Oil Stadium belonged to the Greencastle Tiger Cubs Saturday afternoon. The Tiger Cubs blasted Owen Valley 35-0 to close its season and improve to 4-5 on the season...
Weatherford punches ticket to semi-state (10/18/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- For the first time in a week and a half, Putnam County runners got to run on something aside from the hills and valleys of South Putnam High School. Saturday was also the end of the line for all but one Putnam County runner at the Ben Davis regional cross country meet...
Gareld Eugene Stone (10/18/10)
Gareld Eugene Stone, 82, of Indianapolis and formerly of Greencastle passed away Oct. 12, 2010 at Mill Pond Health Campus in Greencastle after a seven-month illness. Born Sept. 1, 1928 in Jefferson Township, he was the son of Alva E. Stone and Vera P. Wells Stone...
Sharon L. Cole (10/18/10)
Sharon L. Cole, 63 of Reelsville, passed away Oct. 14, 2010 at Asbury Towers in Greencastle. She had been battling cancer for the past year. She was born April 27, 1947 in Marion County the daughter of Laverne Parker and Maxine Bunton Parker. She most recently had worked as a courier for Cinergy/Duke Energy until her health issues were a problem. ...
Rebecca Ann Mishler Heeke (10/18/10)
Mrs. Rebecca Ann "Becky" Mishler Heeke, 59, of Greencastle, passed away Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010 at her residence. Born Dec. 1, 1950 in Tell City, she was the daughter of Lloyd "Porky" & Mary (Quinlin) Knieriem. A 1968 graduate of Brazil High School and Ivy Tech's nursing program, she received her LPN degree and worked in the Putnam County area. She married Joe Heeke on Dec. 24, 1995, and he survives...
Remember 4-H's 8 essential elements (10/18/10)
Essential can be defined as basic, indispensable and necessary. In other words, a foundation without which an entire system would collapse. 4-H at the national, state and local level rests its foundation on eight essential elements that are categorized around four basic concepts and linked to the four H's of the 4-H pledge...
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