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Stories from Saturday, October 6, 2012

Chef O'Neill dishes up food for thought and enjoyment (10/06/12)
Could it really now be more than 10 years since Matt O'Neill held court at the Walden Inn, creating memorable meals at the Different Drummer restaurant while keeping the regulars fascinated and lubricated within The Fluttering Duck? The hair is lighter. ...
SP grad doubles up on medical career preparation (10/06/12)
FRANKLIN-- Franklin College student Tyler Heavin, son of Melinda Heavin of Coatesville, has a habit of tackling things in twos. First, there was his double major in biology and chemistry, and now there is his participation in back-to-back internship and study abroad programs, both of which will give him a head start on his career in medical research...
Simpson running for re-election to NP School Board (10/06/12)
Jacquelyn Simpson is seeking her second term as the Russell Township representative to the North Putnam Community School Board. Simpson is a graduate of North Putnam and attended Russellville Elementary. She graduated from Purdue University with a degree in accounting and is employed by a local telecommunications company in Roachdale...
Queen of the South (10/06/12)
South Putnam senior Ciera Wood was named the 2012 Homecoming Queen on Friday. She was escorted by fellow senior Marcus Skinner. Not pictured are princesses Taylor VanSickle (freshman), Emily Dobson (sophomore) and Mallory Glaze (junior).
Tiger Cub Royalty (10/06/12)
Greencastle's Alex Asbell and Abby Mitchell were named 2012 Homecoming King and Queen during halftime of the Tiger Cubs' football game against Cascade. Abby is the daughter of Tony and Melissa Mitchell. Alex is the son of Phillip and Katherine Asbell.
University Band celebrates Old Gold with concert (10/06/12)
The DePauw University Band, conducted by Dr. Craig Paré, will present its first fall concert on Old Gold Weekend, Sunday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. in Kresge Auditorium. The repertoire to be performed includes "Windsprints" by Richard Saucedo; "American Overture for Band" by Joseph Wilcox Jenkins; "October" by Eric Whitacre; "Starsplitter" by Philip Rothman; a chamber work for winds titled "Dectet" by Alex Murray; and "The Screamer" by Indiana composer Fred Jewell...
NRA field representative to speak Monday to Defenders of Liberty (10/06/12)
The Greencastle Defenders of Liberty Tea Party will have Joshua Falzone, campaign field representative for National Rifle Association of America-Institute for Legislative Action, as its featured speaker on Monday, Oct. 8, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Hunters, sharpshooters and those who have guns to protect themselves, their families and their property should come to hear what our government and the United Nations have in mind for you...
Bainbridge Utility Board changes October meeting date to Oct. 10 (10/06/12)
BAINBRIDGE -- The Bainbridge Utility Board has changed the date of its October regular monthly business meeting. The board will now meet on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. at the Bainbridge Town Hall. Those persons who would like to be included on the agenda are requested to contact the office of the Bainbridge clerk-treasurer at least 24 hours prior to the meeting...
Mighty Eagles (10/06/12)
The Mighty Eagles of South Putnam dusted off some rust as they prepare for the Harlem Wizards basketball game Saturday night at South Putnam High School. The doors will open at 6 p.m. with game time set for 7.
Vectren extends call center hours, offers assistance programs (10/06/12)
In preparation for the upcoming heating season, Vectren is extending its call center support hours for the month of October. October is traditionally an active month for natural gas customers who are preparing for colder temperatures by reconnecting gas service or inquiring about energy assistance programs...
Alice Moore wins Johnson Scholarship to Washington and Lee (10/06/12)
LEXINGTON, Va. -- Alice Moore of Greencastle has received a Johnson Scholarship to attend Washington and Lee University. Moore, a 2012 graduate of Greencastle High School, began classes at W&L in September. She was among 41 winners of the prestigious scholarships for 2012...
Annual Putnam County Life Chain set Sunday at St. Paul's (10/06/12)
The seventh Annual Putnam County Life Chain will take place on Sunday, Oct. 7, from 2:30--3:30 p.m. at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, Greencastle. Life Chain is a peaceful and public pro-life witness. Participants meet at 2 p.m. in the church parking lot at 202 E. Washington St., Greencastle. Professionally printed signs are handed out and the code of conduct is read by all participants...
ESPN founder Bill Rasmussen speaks to DePauw students (10/06/12)
As he wandered across the Kresge Auditorium stage on Thursday, weary to avoid standing behind the pulpit set up for him, it seemed redundant for DePauw graduate Bill Rasmussen to speak about the importance of enthusiasm. It was that same energy and enthusiasm helped Rasmussen turn ESPN from an idea and $9,000 of debt into the multi-billion dollar empire it is today...
Tiger Cubs capture conference (10/06/12)
Greencastle hooked up with Cascade Friday under the light in a quest to claim sole possession of the West Central Conference title and keep its prefect season intact. The Tiger Cubs achieve both, dominating the Cadets 30-0 to move to 8-0 on the season and capture their first conference title in 17 years...
South Putnam runs over Monrovia for 33-6 win (10/06/12)
The South Putnam football team slip, slid and dove its way to a dominant victory against Monrovia on Friday, 33-6. Sophomore running back Lucas Lorian led the way for the Eagles (6-2, 3-1), carrying the ball 30 times for 205 yards and two touchdowns, including a bulldozing 48-yard run in the third quarter...
North Putnam suffers fourth straight loss, drops to 2-6 (10/06/12)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Turnovers continued to haunt the North Putnam Cougars on Friday night and the Brebeuf Braves' LeVante Bellamy compounded the problem. North Putnam turned the ball over five times, all in the first half, and Bellamy rushed for 232 yards and four touchdowns as the Class 3A No. 8-ranked Braves rolled to a 47-7 victory...
Clovers' rough season continues with 48-0 loss to Owen Valley (10/06/12)
SPENCER -- On a night where the weather conditions were the primary talking point, Cloverdale's football team squared off against Owen Valley on Friday. Sloppy conditions made for sloppy play at times, but Owen Valley, celebrating senior night, used a punishing running game to defeat the Clovers 48-0...
Clover seventh graders dominate Thunderbirds, 42-6 (10/06/12)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale seventh grade football team defeated Eastern Greene 42-6 Thursday to move to 7-1 on the season. Jordan Berardi led the way for the Clovers with 148 yards on 15 carries. Tyler Kaett rushed 14 times for 121 yards and Nick Winders ran the ball six times for 84 yards...
Eagles 8th graders win over Cougars (10/06/12)
The South Putnam eighth grade football team defeated North Putnam 22-0 Thursday. Justin Marcum, Kieffer Vittetow and Kyle Hall each scored a touchdown. Vittetow and Hall also added two-point conversions. Andrew Ballard had a sack and Rio Hernandez and Jonah Sanders both had an interception...
North Putnam volleyball falls on Senior Night (10/06/12)
The North Putnam volleyball team lost to Southmont 25-18, 25-16 and 25-18 on Senior Night Thursday. The match began with senior Morgan Robinson serving to begin the game and scoring the matches first point. Robinson was injured in a Feb. 20 automobile accident, which left her in a wheelchair...
Keith A. Galloway (10/06/12)
Keith A. Galloway, 67, Crawfordsville, has passed away. He was born on Oct. 10, 1944 in Spencer, the son of Elmer "Rube" Galloway and Goldie Hill Galloway. Keith was a graduate of Spencer High School and retired from the railroad. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Norma Lee Galloway, brothers Bobby Gene, Eugene and DeWayne Galloway, daughter Teresa Galloway and grandson Chase Galloway...
Hilburn-Lytle Engagement (10/06/12)
Jim Hilburn of Greencastle, Kelly Hilburn of Bainbridge and Don and Susie Lytle of Bainbridge would like to announce the recent engagement and upcoming marriage of their children, Chelsea Rose Hilburn and Thomas Matthew Lytle. The couple was engaged on Myrtle Beach, S.C., followed by a cruise to the Bahamas...
Putnam Scanner for Oct. 6, 2012 (10/06/12)
Two people were booked into the Putnam County Jail on Thursday, Oct. 4. At 5:10 p.m. Mark Alan Whitis, 56, Coatesville, was arrested for public intoxication. At 8:45 p.m. Alex Matthew Gaston, 21, Greencastle, was charged with possession of paraphernalia and probation violation...
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