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Stories from Monday, September 12, 2011

Bill Clinton coming to Greencastle to speak at DePauw on Nov. 18 (09/12/11)
William Jefferson Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States, will be coming to Greencastle on Friday, Nov. 18, 2011 to deliver the 25th anniversary Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture at DePauw University. Clinton will speak at 3 p.m. in Neal Fieldhouse of the Lilly Physical Education Center on the DePauw campus...
Putnam County remembers (09/12/11)
For 45 minutes Sunday, an estimated 500 local residents quietly listened to symbolic music, soaked up dramatic readings and solemnly observed the 10th anniversary of the devastating Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on America. But when the program ended and representatives of the local emergency services marched from the Robe-Ann Park bandshell stage to the shelterhouse on the hill, the audience spontaneously burst into applause...
Airport Appreciation Days (09/12/11)
One of the many activities people could participate in was riding in a Blackhawk Helicopter during this past weekend's airport days or getting a face painting like Riley Wainman.
New family farm getaway opens in Greencastle (09/12/11)
As the weather gets colder and the leaves begin to fall, many families are faced with trying to keep their children active as well as entertained. This year families will now have the option of going to Red Barn Farm for some local family fun. Starting this Friday the farm will be open to public each weekend from 1-7 p.m. ...
Registration open for fall 2011 'Dining with Diabetes' class (09/12/11)
Now is the time to register for the fall series of Dining with Diabetes. The four-week cooking class is offered jointly by the Purdue Extension Service and the Putnam County Hospital. The fall class which is limited to 14 participants will be offered from 5:30 to 8 p.m. each Thursday in October, beginning on Oct. 6. Registration will be accepted until Oct. 1 or when class is full...
Cloverale takes county volleyball crowns (09/12/11)
ROACHDALE -- The host North Putnam Cougars and Cloverdale found themselves in the finals of the Putnam County Volleyball tournament Saturday afternoon. The hotly contested match went to the Clovers in straight sets 25-22 and 25-19 and it was anything but a walk in the park...
Cadet golfers win conference match, Eagles place third (09/12/11)
CLAYTON -- The gloomy, overcast skies that loomed over the Deer Creek Golf Club provided the backdrop to the first WCC championship of the year as Cascade's girls' golf squad was 18 strokes better than Monrovia on Saturday afternoon. The Putnam County squads were paced over 18 holes by South Putnam's 428, four better than Cloverdale's 432, with Greencastle (447) and North Putnam (451) rounding out the field...
GMS competes at Jon Mitchell Invite (09/12/11)
CLAYTON -- The Greencastle Middle School cross country teams competed at the Jon Mitchell Invite Saturday. In the girls' race, Hannah Brattain was third overall with a time of 12:16, winning the team's only medal of the day. Corrie Romer was fourth with a time of 12:45, with Katie Haynes placing sixth with a time of 13:12. Romer and Haynes were awarded ribbons for their top 10 finishes...
Tiger Cubs 12th at Ben Davis (09/12/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Greencastle girls' cross country team placed 12th with a total of 338 at the Ben Davis Invite Saturday. Westfield won the invite with a total of 65. Colleen Weatherford was the Tiger Cubs' top finisher, placing eighth on the day with a time of 19:04. Weatherford's time was good enough to break her own school record and head coach Garry Anderson noted she raced right with the No. 1 finisher...
Donald Rex Craft (09/12/11)
Donald Rex Craft July 10, 1928 -- Sept. 11, 2011 Donald Rex Craft, 83, Danville, passed away Sept 11, 2011 in Hendricks Regional Health. Born July 10, 1928 in Spencer, Ind., he was the son of Willis C. and Esther McCullough Craft. Don was an Air Force veteran of World War II...
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