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Stories from Friday, March 4, 2011

Fillmore seeks Osborn's board replacement (03/04/11)
FILLMORE -- With the untimely death of Fillmore Town Council president Jeff Osborn on Saturday, the council is now seeking a replacement. Osborn, 55, had been in the hospital in intensive care since Feb. 3 with liver failure from an unknown cause. He died Feb. 27. He had served as a town councilor since 2008...
Frightening wreck (03/04/11)
Cloverdale group hopes to shine a light (03/04/11)
CLOVERDALE ---- The baseball field shared by the Cloverdale middle school and high school teams doesn't have any lights, but Nikki Selig and some other baseball fans are trying to change that. Selig formed the Cloverdale Light the Field Committee with the goal of adding lights to the diamond...
Scouts Honor (03/04/11)
Local bowlers find a new home, thrive in Crawfordsville (03/04/11)
GREENCASTLE -- With the lack of a bowling center in Greencastle Lucille Liebert, coach and coordinator of the high school bowlers of Putnam County, was able to get move some of the competitors north. The bowlers competed at Plaza Lanes in Crawfordsville and in doing so become part of the Wabash Valley League. ...
Matt Cox named Bowler of the Year (03/04/11)
Matt Cox, a senior at Greencastle High School, was named the High School Bowler of the Year in the Wabash Valley South Conference. Cox has bowled since the age of four in Greencastle youth leagues. When he was a freshman, the Putnam County High School conference was formed at Alex Alleys. He helped his team reach the regional every year...
Suzanne Masten inducted into LaPorte HS Hall of Fame (03/04/11)
LAPORT -- Greencastle resident Suzanne (Stewart) Masten was recently inducted into LaPorte High School Norman J. Hubner Athletic Hall of Fame. In her time as a LaPorte Slicer, Masten made major contributions in volleyball, basketball and track. Masten lettered three years in volleyball as an outside hitter and was named MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior. As a junior in 1990, she was named to the Mizuno All-Star team, the Indiana All-State team and was Duneland Conference MVP...
Jerry D. Cloncs (03/04/11)
Jerry D. Cloncs, 74, Crawfordsville, passed away Thursday evening at his home. Mr. Cloncs was a member of the Ben Hur Car Club, the Eagles and attended Connection Point Christian Church in Brownsburg. He retired from R.R. Donnelley after 42 years of service. He was a graduate of North Salem High School...
Police Scanner for 3-4 (03/04/11)
Putnam County Jail Bradley Branneman, 43, Cloverdale: Nonsupport of a dependent, March 2, 4 p.m. Dustin Eugene Henry, 29, Roachdale: Public intoxication, disorderly conduct, obstruction of justice, domestic battery, March 3, 2:15 a.m. Greencastle Fire Department...
'Secrets' to avoiding or delaying onset of Type 2 Diabetes (03/04/11)
Chances are that you are related to or at least know one or more people with Type 2 Diabetes. Currently, one in four people is affected by diabetes and predictions are that the incidence of diabetes will double in the next 10 years! That information should be enough to make all of us want learn anything we can about how to AVOID or at least delay the onset of this debilitating disease...
It's good to read about the positive (03/04/11)
To the Editor: I took a break Monday morning to read the Banner Graphic. It was so refreshing to read all of the positive and educational events that took place in Putnam the past few days. I was very impressed with the involvement of the DePauw studentsin some of the activities and the recognition of a few of our professionals that endeavor to improve the life of our Putnam County...
Stop the insanity at the State Capitol (03/04/11)
To the Editor: I am writing in hopes of raising awareness and to inform readers of the lunacy currently emanating from our State Capitol. During this legislative session bills are being introduced, debated, promoted, and disguised as educational reform. They will have a tremendously adverse effect on our children should they become law...
Mill Pond commends employees (03/04/11)
To the Editor: The latest ice storm and inclement weather that recently passed through Greencastle and surrounding communities certainly had a paralyzing affect on local schools and businesses, but not Mill Pond Health Campus. Our caregivers and other staff really pulled together for the safety of each other and our residents. They truly demonstrated our mission of going above and beyond to meet residents' needs and expectations...
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