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Stories from Thursday, March 24, 2011
Big Top Ride (03/24/11)
Foundation names Gambill community development director (03/24/11)
Dean Gambill will join the Putnam County Community Foundation team as its new director of community development. Gambill has served in the non-profit field for more than 20 years, and has experience in client advocacy, case management, non-profit administration and ministerial work. His appointment, announced today by Elaine Peck, executive director of the Community Foundation, was effective March 21...
Rummage for a bargain (03/24/11)
Rotary donation (03/24/11)
Battling ballasts (03/24/11)
April 11-12 blood drive set for DePauw Union Building (03/24/11)
Area individuals and organizations can share in honoring America's volunteers this spring by donating blood at a Greencastle area blood drive scheduled April 11-12. National Volunteer Week, which runs April 10 to 16, celebrates the millions of people who dedicate themselves to taking action to help better their communities...
Chamber presents leadership seminar at public library (03/24/11)
When professionals are given new leadership responsibility, their success depends on how quickly they adapt people and management skills to complement their expert knowledge. These essential skills do not come naturally. On April 12, the Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce will help interested members improve these skills with a half-day seminar. ...
Hiland takes over Cougars in '11 (03/24/11)
ROACHDALE -- It seems everywhere they turned last year, North Putnam couldn't shake their southern neighbors away from the win column. Four meetings between North Putnam and South Putnam all ended with the Eagles claiming wins, often in significant settings. Any hope of gaining back the Putnam County title and a sectional championship seems to have to run through their county foes to the south...
Sting of sectional loss spurs Fish, North Putnam in 2011 (03/24/11)
ROACHDALE -- It seems like an eternity ago that Alex Arthur was on third base, then was barreling down the line, heading toward home. The gamble caught everyone off guard. Pitcher Kyler Badten. Catcher Austin Day. The dugouts. The fans. Everyone. Fast forward nine months and that memory is one of the driving factors behind the North Putnam Cougars baseball team of 2011...
Disney dishes up another gem with 'Bambi' (03/24/11)
I'm not going to lie to you -- I love Disney films. With the exception of a small few, I've enjoyed everything the company has released and I am continuously knocked out by the presentation by which they deliver their movies. With multiple versions of Disney films out there, the company continues to make them fresh and give us enough new goodies to keep us coming back for more. Their newest release is the Diamond Edition of "Bambi" and once again they knock it out of the park...
Want 'Something to Die For'? Keep looking (03/24/11)
For about two songs, The Sounds' "Something to Die For" had me. The band was going for "a creation indicative of a particular sound, sans any outside influence." While it can be argued whether this is even possible in pop music, The Sounds have certainly fallen short on their new album, set for release Tuesday on SideOneDummy Records...
Harold Ernest Reynolds (03/24/11)
Harold Ernest Reynolds, 81, Brazil, died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at Cloverleaf Healthcare in Knightsville. He was born Nov. 10, 1929 in Vigo County, the son of Harold Reynolds Sr. and Doris Walton Reynolds. He was married to Joan Stone and she preceded him in death. ...
Police scanner for March 24 (03/24/11)
Indiana State Police Indiana State Police Trooper Shaun Rawlins responded to a an accident involving a bicycle and a semi-tractor trailer Wednesday morning on State Road 67 at Mooresville Road in Hendricks County. The 5:22 a.m. accident resulted in injuries to Brad Cook, 18, Camby, a Mooresville High School senior...
Honor roll for March 24 (03/24/11)
The following are listings for several differnt schools: All "A" Honor Roll Ms. Deaton's 2nd grade class: Dawson Cash, Kensley Cash, Landon Clark, Brayden Grable, Paige Heagy, Samantha Jones, Tylar McClintock, Ally Menke, Jace Robinson, Riley Stone, Grace Torres...