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Stories from Monday, April 25, 2011

GHS field, archway to be tribute to John Fallis (04/25/11)
The football legacy of John Fallis was not built on wins and losses at Greencastle High School -- although it easily could have been -- it was built on core principles that transcend sports and life. And his former players want all future Tiger Cubs and everyone who attends future football games at Robert L. Harbison Stadium to know and embrace those Fallis-cherished ideals of Discipline, Commitment, Enthusiasm and Effort...
Pets out in force (04/25/11)
Arts and entertainment (04/25/11)
South Putnam senior explores future in essay (04/25/11)
With plans to head for Rose Hulman to study chemical engineering next year, Cassie Warren had a chance to explore her future with a recent writing assignment on plastics. As it turned out, she was exploring the future of the planet and contributing to her own future at the same time...
Easter Bonnets (04/25/11)
Mary Allison Trust receives grant from Gobin UMC (04/25/11)
The Mary Allison Children's Trust makes it possible for students at local schools to have gym shoes, winter clothing, medicine and glasses. Thanks to the members committee at Gobin United Methodist Church, the fund will have an additional $1,169 to work with this year...
Eggstock adult egg hunt begins Saturday (04/25/11)
The third annual Eggstock adult egg hunt in Robe-Ann Park is slated for April 30. Registration is at 8:30 p.m. with the hunting to begin after it is sufficiently dark. Participants should bring a flashlight. Rain or mud, the hunt is on...
Bargain groupies (04/25/11)
Old National promotes Rollings to VP post (04/25/11)
Old National Bank has announced the promotion of Roger Rollings, construction loan specialist in the Real Estate Services Group (RESG), to vice president. Rollings joined Old National in 2005 as a credit analyst and became a construction management specialist in 2007...
GHS golfers place fifth at Terre Haute South Invite (04/25/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Greencastle boys' golf team placed fifth at the Terre Haute South Brave Invitational Saturday. The Tiger Cubs total of 321 was just one point behind fourth place Linton. GHS senior Jim Wheeler posted a 77 to lead Greencastle in Saturday's performace. Junior Brad Haussin shot a 78, followed by freshman Alec Davis with a 79 and senior Tyler Hopkins with an 87. Freshman Tanner Dean shot a 95 for the Tiger Cubs...
Hayden scores 15 points in POSTYOURT game (04/25/11)
Cloverdale senior Jordan Hayden scored 15 points to lead the 2A West squad. North Putnam senior chipped in 10 points as the West fell to the East team 102-79. The East blew out to a 13-4 lead in the early minutes, but the West came back to grab a 30-29 advantage with about six minutes remaining in the first half...
Tigers softball wins SCAC, headed to NCAA tourney (04/25/11)
Emily Bichler's crafty pitching and Haley Buchanan's towering three-run home run carried DePauw past Trinity, 3-2, to earn its third Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference softball championship in four years Sunday at home. DePauw (26-7-1), ranked 20th in NCAA Division III and was 3-0 in the conference tournament. ...
Paul Curtis "Lurch" Targett (04/25/11)
Paul Curtis "Lurch" Targett of Staunton began a new journey at age 75 on Friday, March 22, 2010. Paul succumbed to complications related to a lengthy battle of pneumonia with wife of 48 years, Barbara and family by his side. Paul spent most of his life working to provide for his family, designing, building and redesigning only to retire and do it for himself, reengineering products that he felt could've been made better. ...
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