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Stories from Saturday, March 5, 2011

Lens eye of Putnam (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- The Putnam County Museum has an upcoming photography exhibit that tries to show a self-image of the county through different people who live here. The Through the Lens exhibit opens March 16 at 7:30 p.m. The exhibit features photographs taken around the county by seven members of the community...
City honored as a 'Best Old-House Neighborhoods' (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- The editors of This Old House magazine have named 64 great neighborhoods in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. These neighborhoods have promising futures, strong communities and homes that truly deserve a long-term commitment, the magazine states. The "Best Old-House Neighborhoods" appear in the April issue, which will be on newsstands on March 11 and online at www.thisoldhouse.com/best-place...
Local artists share ideas (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE---- On Friday evening, the Greencastle Arts Council held a meet and greet at Almost Home, as local artists and art aficionados rubbed elbows and talked about how to increase the artistic presence in the community. Julianne Miranda, the chair of the arts council, said the meeting served a few goals...
PCH Cancer Center partners with IU Health (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Indiana University Health has assumed the leadership role at Putnam County Hospital's Cancer Care Center in a move that will enable its cancer program to build on its history of success by offering greater access to the research and services of the IU Simon Cancer Center...
608 households pledge to save with Putnam RISE (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Six-hundred and eight households pledged to save energy and money at home during the first month of Putnam RISE. These residents made their commitments through an energy savings pledge that enables households to choose from a list of conservation measures related to heating and cooling, water heating, appliances, lighting and electronics...
St. Andrews to host feasts and fasts (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- The people of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 520 East Seminary St., invite members of the community to join them for their feasts and fasts this week. Tuesday is the annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper from 5 to 7 p.m. in Hamilton Hall on the west side of the building. Proceeds from freewill donations will be given to the A-Way Home Shelter...
Beech Grove UMC 54th anniversary (03/05/11)
The Beech Grove United Methodist Church will celebrate its 54th anniversary reopening on March 13. Worship service will be at 11 a.m. with special music by "Stick With Hymn Ministries" from Parke County. A pitch-in dinner will follow the service. Everyone is invited to join the celebration...
Somerset Christian plans Miracle/ Breakthrough service (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Somerset Christian Church, 5038 North U.S. Highway 231, will host a Miracle/Breakthrough service at 7 p.m. March 11. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend. This is not a denominational service and is open to anyone who would like to attend and take part in this powerfully anointed and Spirit-filled evening of worship, prayer and personal ministry...
SAWs looking for 2011 work (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- The SAWs team of Greencastle Presbyterian Church is looking for handicap ramps to build in 2011. The SAWs mission of the Greencastle Presbyterian Church builds ramps for the needy and disabled in Putnam County. These ramps help people who are trapped in their homes due to their disabilities. Many of these people can only leave their homes with the help of EMS...
Retired Teachers Assoc. to award scholarship (03/05/11)
The Putnam County Retired Teachers Association will award a $500 scholarship to a third or fourth year college student who aspires to become a future educator. The recipient must be a Putnam County High School graduate and an Indiana college or university student enrolled in an undergraduate program that will result in a degree in education...
Tiger Cubs fall by 2 in sectional semifinal (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- The Tiger Cubs suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Sullivan Golden Arrows Friday night in the semi-final round of sectional play. In what was the most thrilling game of the sectional, GHS fell short by two points. The final score was 70-68...
Three-pointers spell doom for Cloverdale (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- The willingness to fight is something every coach hopes for in a team. In Friday's sectional semi-final, the Cloverdale Clovers fought for 32 minutes, but even that wasn't enough to upend a hot shooting Covenant Christian squad. The Clovers lost to the Warriors 60-44, but showed the determination and drive that has been a signature of the team all season...
Tiger Cubs suffer losses Thursday (03/05/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Coming off an impressive 57-0 win over Speedway earlier in the week, the Greencastle eighth grade girls' basketball team struggled Thursday. The Tiger Cubs were unable to overcome a scoreless first quarter and lost to Monrovia 24-18. Callan Taylor led GMS with seven points, with Jessica Lenihan with five. Sydney Smiley scored three, while Delanie Stoltey scored two and Sydney Stuckwisch added one point in the loss...
Robert P. Hansen (03/05/11)
Robert P. Hansen passed away on Thursday, March 3, 2011. He was born on April 14, 1937 in Tuscola, Ill. to Harry Hansen and Lurene Hood Hansen. He moved to Indiana at age 12 and graduated from Bainbridge High School in 1955. Mr. Hansen retired from Allison Transmission on Jan. 1, 1989...
Hicks - Cagle (03/05/11)
Ed and Michelle Hicks of Cloverdale would like to announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter Heather Hicks to Patrick Cagle, son of Mike and Sheila Cagle of Whiteland. Heather is a graduate of South Putnam High School. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism and advertising through Franklin College and will graduate with her master's degree in business management in April...
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