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Stories from Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Lasting Gifts (01/18/11)
FILLMORE -- Danny Scobee's brother Gerald may have passed away, but a part of him lives on. Literally. After his brother died from lung cancer last August, Scobee agreed to have his sibling's corneas harvested for donation...
Eyes on the Prize (01/18/11)
Knit Knite provides fun activity to those with patience (01/18/11)
GREENCASTLE -- During DePauw's winter term, work is only as hard, or enjoyable, as a student lets it be. Whether or not a student chooses to take a class, those that stay on campus for the term can find many different activities to keep themselves entertained. Seven female students decided to take up one of those activities on Monday night: knitting...
Woman arrested for theft at funeral (01/18/11)
ROACHDALE -- A New Market woman spent most of the weekend in jail after being accused of stealing from a funeral attendee. Heather Stewart Lane, 32, was arrested while attending a funeral at Roachdale Christian Church on Saturday. She has been charged with Class D felony theft...
GCSC interviews to fill vacant board position (01/18/11)
GREENCASTLE -- With Jack Berry and his 16 years of experience leaving the Greencastle Community School Board, some big shoes are left to fill. The board took the first step in that direction at a special public meeting Monday, interviewing four candidates to fill the remainder of the term, which ends June 30...
Plant exhibit slated (01/18/11)
GREENCASTLE -- The Putnam County Museum invites the public to participate in a development of a new permanent exhibit that will feature Indiana native plants, mainly flowers. This outdoor exhibit will consist of three raised flower boxes that will adorn the Museum's entrance and parking lot area. The first-of-its-kind display at the museum is meant to educate and show off the natural history and richness of the state's flora...
Tiger Cubs claim WCC championship (01/18/11)
CLOVERDALE -- The Greencastle wrestling team had five individual champions en route to its second straight West Central Conference championship Saturday. Cloverdale came in third on the day, with North Putnam finishing fourth and South Putnam fifth...
Cloverdale overcomes tough second quarter for 5-point win (01/18/11)
CLAY CITY -- Consistency has been the Clay City Eels' elusive quality during the 2010-11 boys' basketball season and that continued over the weekend. The Eels followed up a solid performance against Class 2A fifth-ranked Eastern Greene in a loss, by putting forth a lackluster effort in the Saturday follow-up against a Cloverdale team that came in with a 5-7 mark overall...
Beulah May Lewis (01/18/11)
Beulah May Lewis, 82, Connersville, formerly of Cloverdale, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011 at the Lincoln Manor Rehabilitation Center in Connersville, where she had resided since 2008, due to the complications of Alzheimer's Disease. Beulah was born on May 4, 1928 in Indianapolis and was the daughter of the late Perry O'Dell and Nellie Grace Hunsicker Sendmeyer. The family resided in Cloverdale, where Beulah graduated as valedictorian of the class of 1946...
Warren "Troy" Scoggan (01/18/11)
Warren "Troy" Scoggan, 45, Fillmore died Dec. 26, 2010. He was born Feb. 9, 1965, and resided in California for 31 years. He graduated since Sonora High School and Fullerton College, Calif. and attended new Horizons Computer School for a year. He was employed by Harland Inc., a check printing company in Yorba Linda, Calif. for several years...
Dan C. Rattray (01/18/11)
Dan C. Rattray, 79, Greencastle, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011, at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Rattray was born on June 2, 1931 in San Jose, Calif., to Alexander L. and Eldona C. Rattray. As a youth in San Jose, he was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church and the Boy Scouts of America, only missing the Eagle Scout Award by a whisker because he never learned to swim...
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