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Stories from Monday, November 1, 2010

A weekend full of fall festivities (11/01/10)
Caitlin Russell, 4, of Mooresville dressed up as Dorothy from "The Wizard of Oz" to attend Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church's first-ever Trunk-or-Treat event Saturday afternoon. Caitlin was in Greencastle visiting relatives over the Halloween weekend. For more photos from events in Putnam County during the Halloween weekend, visit our latest photo gallery. Banner Graphic/JAMIE BARRAND
Hundreds of children receive gifts of warmth (11/01/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The last few years have been difficult for Dodie Boler. The Greencastle woman had worked for many years as a certified nurse's assistant when she was involved in a serious car accident in the summer of 2005. "I broke my femur," Boler said...
Minor accident results in no injuries (11/01/10)
A minor accident happened at the intersection of Locust and Washington streets Sunday. No injuries were reported, but the Greencastle Fire and Police departments, DePauw Police Department and Operation Life were all dispatched to the scene. Banner Graphic/JAMIE BARRAND
Sheriff, prosecutor candidates answer pre-election questions (11/01/10)
The Greencastle League of Women Voters presented pre-election questionnaires to the candidates running for the offices of Putnam County prosecutor and sheriff. Here is a sampling of their responses: What are your qualifications for this position? What distinguishes you from your opponent?...
Heritage Preservation Society starts historical, moves to haunted (11/01/10)
By JOSH GARVEY Staff Writer BAINBRIDGE -- Society Larry Tippin explained one of his personal pet peeves inside the Bainbridge Cemetery Saturday. "Nothing makes me madder than to see gravestones in concrete like that," said Tippin, the historian for the Heritage Preservation Society of Putnam County...
One person's trash is another's high fashion at 2nd annual event (11/01/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Dresses and clothing made of trash bags, cereal boxes and other discarded materials will be on display Tuesday at the Trash Our Runway event at DePauw University. This is the second Runway event put on, in part, by the DePauw Student Arts Council. Adele Kane, the president of the council, said the main goal behind the fashion show is environmental...
New business cuts ribbon (11/01/10)
The Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce recently had a Ribbon cutting ceremony for their newest member, Bousman/Miller Plumbing. Pictured from left to right are Wilson Hecko being held by Amber Bowers, Greencastle Mayor Sue Murray, Pam Lane, Greencastle city counselor Jinsie Bingham, Tracy Maynard, Kiersten Bousman, Jennifer Bousman, Emma Bousman, Phil Bousman, Mary Bousman, business owners Nathan Bousman and Scott Miller, Ric McFadden, Shelly McFadden, Kerry McLain and Greencastle Chamber of Commerce executive director Tammy Amor. Not pictured are Scott Miller's family, which includes wife Brooke Miller, daughter Alex Acosta, son Drew Pell and daughter Morghan Miller. Banner Graphic/JOSH GARVEY
Mill Pond receives customer service award (11/01/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Mill Pond Health Campus received the received the Platinum Award for excellence at The Trilogy Health Services 2010 Fall Meeting, which was held Oct. 11 and 12 in Indianapolis. The Award was based on customer satisfaction results from a semi-annual survey that is sent to residents' family members. ...
Putnam Patter for Nov. 1 (11/01/10)
Greencastle American Legion Post 58 will host a turkey and trimmings dinner on Nov. 11, Veterans Day, at 6 p.m. The dinner is for Legion members and their spouses at the post on Indianapolis Road. The dinner is to honor the members for their contributions and service to our country during all military conflicts...
Reelsville haunted house offers fun for all (11/01/10)
REELSVILLE -- As Yvone Partin, dressed as a lumberjack, carried her daughter Ameliana outside of the Reelsville Fire Department Saturday evening, she explained how her daughter's costume came about. "I was driving around with her a few weeks back and she said 'I want to be an apple tree for candy this year,'" Yvone said...
Not pretty, but still perfect (11/01/10)
GREENCASTLE -- DePauw played stingy defense and stayed out of its own way just enough on offense to beat Birmingham-Southern 30-23 on a windy Saturday afternoon at Blackstock stadium. Things weren't always pretty for DePauw -- the Tigers turned the ball over twice on interceptions and nearly fumbled away several other possessions -- but they managed to stay perfect and become the first team in school history to go 8-0...
James E. Anderson Sr. (11/01/10)
James E. Anderson Sr., 60, of Cloverdale, passed away on Friday, Oct. 29, 2010 in Cloverdale. He was born on April 17, 1950 in Greencastle and was the son of James Fredrick and Virginia Beulah (Lewis) Anderson. He was married to Gaye Haulk and she survives. ...
Dallas James Smith (11/01/10)
Mr. Dallas James Smith, 70, of Greencastle, passed away Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Born Aug. 13, 1940 in Indianapolis, he was the son of Robert LeRoy and Freida (Arbuckle) Smith. He married Carolyn S. (Snyder) Smith on Aug. 22, 1959, and she survives...
Clara O. Wilbur (11/01/10)
Mrs. Clara O. Wilbur, 77, of Greencastle, passed away Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 at Hickory Creek at Sunset. Born April 16, 1933 in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Jesse and Irene (Gleason) Richardson. She was a graduate of Greencastle High School...
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