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Stories from Thursday, October 27, 2011

Medical Licensing Board suspends Dr. Howell's license (10/27/11)
By ERIC BERNSEE Editor INDIANAPOLIS -- The medical license of Roachdale physician Dr. Ray D. Howell was suspended indefinitely Thursday. The Indiana Medical Licensing Board ordered Howell -- who has been accused of illegally reckless dispensing narcotics and providing pain pill prescriptions in exchange for sex -- to stop practicing medicine...
Lora Lynann Storm (10/27/11)
Lora Lynann Storm, 65, Coatesville, passed away Wednesday morning, Oct. 26, 2011 at her residence. She was born in Marion County, Ind., on June 2, 1946, the daughter of Russell Lowell and Lurene D. Leak Keeney. She was a hairstylist for 31 years, retiring in 1996. She then worked for various auction firms in the area...
Dam future not as interesting as past (10/27/11)
For a nice, round $100 fee, the Greencastle Water Works got a dam inspection and a history lesson. And apparently the city won't really have to do much with either. Back in July, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources sent inspectors to town to routinely examine the Big Walnut Creek dam behind the city water plant...
Street party coming to the square this Saturday (10/27/11)
In an effort to attract DePauw University students away from campus into the community, a street party is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 29 from noon-3 p.m. on Franklin Street on the courthouse square. The party is free to all participants and will include food from local restaurants as well as live music...
Unlicensed drivers target of state police LPR system (10/27/11)
PUTNAMVILLE -- When you hear talk about hazardous driving conditions, most people think of poor weather driving conditions or road hazards. But there are other circumstances that create hazardous driving conditions. They're people that drive without ever having had a valid driver's license or are such poor drivers they have had their license suspended or revoked...
Time to donate blood (10/27/11)
Brook Trissel donates blood during Mill Pond's first blood drive in three years on Tuesday afternoon. Mill Pond is hoping to continue the tradition and have one twice every year, the next one hopefully to be in the spring. The blood drive also provided the staff with an opportunity to give back and help others, which is something they were looking to do.
Simon Wilson taking over reins at Dixie Chopper (10/27/11)
FILLMORE -- Magic Circle Corp. (d/b/a Dixie Chopper) today announced that Simon Wilson has been named the company's new president and CEO and has been reconfirmed to the Magic Circle Board of Directors. Wilson will report to board of Magic Circle Corp. He replaces Gary Morgan, the president and CEO who has resigned to pursue other interests...
McCloud hosts Haunted Maze (10/27/11)
McCloud Nature Park will be hosting a Haunted Prairie Maze on Saturday, Oct. 29. The free event will run from 1-3 p.m. and is for children of all ages but, mostly enjoyed by ages three to eight. For more information on the event or McCloud Nature Park contact 676-5437 or visit www.hendrickscountyparks.org...
Spencer Tri-Kappa sponsoring Rag Doll Christmas Bazaar (10/27/11)
SPENCER -- The Alpha Delta Chapter of Tri-Kappa is busy preparing for the Rag Doll Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 19. The annual event will run from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Owen Valley Middle School on State Road 46, just west of Spencer. The popular salad and dessert bar will be open 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The all-you-can-eat bar is $6 and includes a drink. This is a favorite of many who have come to the event for many years...
Putnamville offenders donate $2,500 to local organizations (10/27/11)
PUTNAMVILLE -- The Family Youth and Community Development Program and the Putnam County Family Support Services program in Greencastle were the recipients of a donation from Purposeful Living Unit Serve (PLUS) offenders group on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at the Putnamville Correctional Facility...
DePauw alumnus Jordan to introduce Clinton at Ubben Lecture (10/27/11)
Vernon E. Jordan Jr., the 1957 DePauw University graduate who has served as a key adviser and close friend to President Bill Clinton, will return to his alma mater to introduce President Clinton at his Ubben Lecture on Friday, Nov. 18. The program will begin at 3 p.m. in Neal Fieldhouse, located within DePauw's Lilly Physical Education and Recreation Center (702 S. College Ave.)...
Super Bowl Champs (10/27/11)
Annon and TLS mix local, Latin flavors on new album (10/27/11)
Local guitarist Rod Warfield (aka Roderick Annon) has spent time going back and forth between the U.S. and Costa Rica for the last four years. Studying Costa Rica's culture and music has heavily influenced the music he writes. This became a problem, though, when Warfield was looking for bandmates in Annon and The Late Show. Most musicians in Indiana are too grounded in rock and roll to get into the different rhythms of Latin music...
Parks is one sinister minister in 'Red State' (10/27/11)
When Kevin Smith chose to release his latest film "Red State" himself, I was both excited and skeptical. Excited because I love the idea of a known director taking control of his own property and skeptical because it rarely succeeds. While many have targeted Smith because of the move and chosen to take jabs at him, I think it was a brilliant choice. ...
Police scanner for Oct. 27 (10/27/11)
County Jail Three people were booked into the Putnam County Jail on Wednesday, Oct. 26. City Police Authorities were called to the Clark gas station, 404 E. Washington St., Wednesday morning after the attendant found the front door glass had been broken out upon arrival at the business that morning...
Honor roll for Oct. 27 (10/27/11)
The following schools have submitted honor rolls: Tzouanakis Intermediate School first nine weeks honor roll Grade 3 High honor roll -- Mikayla Ann Allee, Sydney Shirley-Jean Anderson, Mary Katherine Louise Asbell, Kierra Adora Billingsley, Kiersten Analene Boller, Charles Dallas Bridges, Grant Alan Brown, Neva Ann Brown, Colton Michael Clifford, Chloe Elizebeth Custis, Allison Rebekah Fajt, Cassandra Paige Ford, Noa Fukuda, Rachel Elise Gall, Faith Marie Hartman, Lauren Tynette Hopper, Paige Elizabeth Kaiser, Ryan David Kempf, Zhan Bo Lin, Ethan Webb Maier, Dayan Gonzalez Martinez, Caleb Jonathon Martin, Benjamin Samuel McCarty, Molly Nicole Ramey, Lily Rebecca Richardson, Makayla Elaine Rogers, Allison Grace Schimpf, Jacob Randall-Strait Seiger, Sydney Peden Srnka, Darian Elizabeth Strong, Olivia Grace Varvel, Zoe Madeleine Weltz, Brody Lane Whitaker, Jaedyn Alexis White, Nina Katherine White, Vincent Isaiah Williamson, Bailey Jean Williams, Madison Renee Williams, Anastasia Wood, Dannis Zheng.. ...
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (10/27/11)
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