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Stories from Monday, August 15, 2011

Cloverdale Republicans select Galloway to place on ballot (08/15/11)
CLOVERDALE -- Cheryl Galloway will be on the ballot in the Nov. 8 municipal elections in Cloverdale as the Republican Party candidate for clerk-treasurer. The Republican Party held a Town Convention on Saturday, Aug. 13 to select a candidate between Galloway and incumbent Cathleen Monaco. Galloway will face independent Laurie Monnett on Nov. 8.
Monster quest (08/15/11)
With son Cameron Buttery tucked inside the front wheel of the Rislone injector cleaner monster truck, Fred Buttery of Greencastle prepares to snap a photo of "The Defender" Saturday afternoon.
Harmless to play Parkfest (08/15/11)
Tony Harmless is back together with his old friends doing what they really enjoy, and that's playing original music. Joining Tony at Parkfest Tuesday evening will be Monte Keller on guitar, Kenn Clark and piano and Doug Debard on drums. The show kicks off at 6:30 p.m. in the Bob Flanigan Bandshell at Robe-Ann Park in Greencastle.
Sponsorships sought for Crown Street Music Festival (08/15/11)
The 2011 annual Crown Street Music Festival promises to be bigger and better with popular Indianapolis-based singer Jennie DeVoe joining an already impressively talented music lineup. Despite talk of possibly moving the eighth annual music festival to another venue, like Robe-Ann Park, the event will be staged right where it has always been -- on property east of Ridpath School (at 605 Crown St.) on the Sunday of Labor Day weekend, Sept. 4...
Greencastle schools expand office hours (08/15/11)
In an effort to give better access to the community, Greencastle Community School Corporation offices will expand their office hours for the coming school year. Beginning Tuesday, the first day of school for GCSC, the offices at all five schools and the Central Office will be open 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday...
Paré and pianist Clodfelter to put cap on Gobin Music Festival (08/15/11)
The 2011 Greencastle Summer Music Festival at Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church concludes Wednesday evening with yet another "mash-up" concert combining musical genres. For the festival's grand finale, soprano Barbara Paré and pianist John Clodfelter, both DePauw School of Music faculty members, will perform a combination of classical songs and Broadway tunes, including music from "Showboat," "White Christmas" and "State Fair."...
DePauw sets ticketing procedure for Sept. 30 Yo-Yo Ma concert (08/15/11)
Beginning Aug. 29, a limited number of tickets will be available for world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma's Sept. 30 concert at DePauw University. Accompanied by 28 members of the Chicago Civic Orchestra, Yo-Yo Ma will perform in Kresge Auditorium at the Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts as part of DePauw Discourse 2011: Empowering Society Through the Arts...
Putnam 4-Her's excel at Indiana State Fair (08/15/11)
Kudos to the efforts of all the Putnam County 4-Hers participating in the Indiana State Fair (ISF). While the opportunity to learn while doing in the project is of foremost importance, the recognition of achievement is certainly an added bonus to being in the 4-H program...
Right on Target (08/15/11)
Elizabeth Green (08/15/11)
Elizabeth Green, 98, of Coatesville, passed away Sunday, Aug. 14, 2011 at Hickory Creek at Sunset. Elizabeth was born March 22, 1913 in Roane County, Tenn., to James and Eliza (Crabtree) Pierce. On Oct. 5. 1940, she married Ernest "Jiggs" Green, who preceded her in death in June 1995...
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