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Stories from Saturday, January 22, 2011

Triple-Digit Milestone (01/22/11)
Reelsville Elementary School first-grader Riley Johnson hangs his unique drawing of the number 100 on the wall outside his classroom on Friday. Students at Reelsville celebrated the 100th day of school with various activities.
Cakes and fires (01/22/11)
GREENCASTLE -- A Greencastle firefighter is building her own bakery kitchen -- one deal at a time. Christy Glass began making baked goods to earn some extra money while trying to have children. "We've been trying for 10 years to have children and couldn't," she said. "We exhausted our finances in fertility treatments -- about $40,000 worth. That's basically how we started the business -- to raise money to pay for fertility."...
Hopper wins Ray Kroc Award (01/22/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Greencastle McDonald's manager Bobby Hopper thought he was in a teleconference to talk about a presentation he has to give next month. That was when Indianapolis Region QSC, VP Bill McKernan dropped a bomb on him. Hopper is a 2010 recipient of the Ray Kroc Award, given each year to the top 1 percent of McDonald's managers. They are rated in the areas of operational excellence, commitment to people and building the business...
Senate approves Lawson's bill extending vote centers (01/22/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Senate lawmakers have unanimously approved legislation co-authored by State Sen. Connie Lawson (R-Danville) providing counties the option of establishing consolidated voting centers in all 92 counties throughout the state. Senate Bill 32 allows county election boards to designate their county as a vote center county, which allows them to consolidate precinct voting locations into a centralized vote centers. ...
Bainbridge CC hosts college fair (01/22/11)
Bainbridge Christian Church will host a Bible college fair for high school juniors or seniors interested in the Bible college experience. Featured colleges include Anderson University, Cincinnati Christian University, St. Louis Christian College and Kentucky Christian University...
Cloverdale picks up first win of the year (01/22/11)
CLOVERDALE -- It's been a long season for the Cloverdale girls' basketball team, but now, they can say that they didn't go through the year winless. Cloverdale picked up its first win of the season 43-39 thanks to a stellar second quarter where the Clovers outscored the North Putnam Cougars 13-3...
CHS holds court against Cougars (01/22/11)
CLOVERDALE -- Though North Putnam rallied at the end and gave the Cloverdale boys basketball team a run for their money, the Clovers were able to hold onto their lead in the fourth quarter, beating the Cougars on Homecoming by a score of 49-45. "It's always more special to win on Homecoming," said Cloverdale coach Pat Rady. "We really had a sixth man tonight."...
Tiger Cubs stay perfect in conference after victory (01/22/11)
CLAYTON -- The Greencastle boys' basketball team outscored the Cascade Cadets in the second quarter of Friday night's game 22-6 rn route to win. That 16-point deficit was the difference in the game after 32-minutes of action as the scoreboard read 73-57 in favor of Greencastle...
Eagles still searching for a win after 54-41 loss (01/22/11)
GREENCASTLE --South Putnam played a strong second half against Monrovia, an encouraging two quarters in a 54-41 defeat in a West Central Conference boys basketball game on the Eagles' court. South Putnam (0-12, 0-3 WCC) out-scored the Bulldogs (6-5, 4-0 WCC) 26-22 in the second half. It was something to build upon...
Greencastle loses first conference game of season (01/22/11)
CLAYTON -- Going into Friday night's contest against Cascade the Lady Tiger Cubs knew they were in for a fight, as they took on the class 2A sixth ranked shooting team in the state. The Tiger Cubs and the Lady Cadets battled back and forth throughout the game, but the Cadets came out on top at the end by a final of 78-67...
South Putnam drops 13th straight game with loss (01/22/11)
GREENCASTLE -- November 20th seems like a long time ago. It was on that day last year that South Putnam's girls' basketball team recorded their only win of the season. That 64 day stretch without win continues as the Eagles lost to Monrovia 58-43 Friday night,...
Nelson - 50th (01/22/11)
The children of Robert "Bob" and Linda Kay (Cox) Nelson wish to extend an invitation to all friends and relatives to an open house in observance of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary. Bob and Linda were married in Jamestown on Jan. 28, 1961. They have lived near Russellville since 1963 and are members of the Russellville Community Church...
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