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Stories from Thursday, October 25, 2012

Aglow International annual area meeting set for Oct. 26-27 (10/25/12)
The West Central Indiana Aglow Area annual meeting will be at McCormick's Creek State Park in the Sycamore Room at the Canyon Inn. The meetings will be from 7-10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26 and from 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27. Speakers are Marvin Adams of Wabash Valley International House of Prayer and Janet McGee Director of the Ohio Valley Region for Aglow...
Retrospective of Kingsley's art opens at Peeler Center (10/25/12)
The work of Robert D. Kingsley, professor of art and art history at DePauw University for more than 35 years, is being featured in an exhibition at the Richard E. Peeler Art Center. Robert Kingsley: A Retrospective, 1976-2012 opened Wednesday and continues through Dec. 14, and will feature more than 50 paintings by Professor Kingsley, spanning 36 years of his artistic career...
Food for Thought (10/25/12)
Explaining the various varieties of apples he has for sale during the celebration of Food Day 2012 Wednesday afternoon at the DePauw University Union Building Hub, Matt Chandler of Chandler's Farm talks with Marcia Barker of DePauw's Education Studies and Environmental Fellows Department. Five regulars from the Greencastle Farmers Market brought their fruits, vegetables, honey and baked goods to the Union Building Wednesday in what might become a regular, twice-a-month activity, according to Steve Santo of DPU Dining Services. Food Day is a nationwide celebration and movement toward more healthy, affordable and sustainable food. (Banner Graphic/ERIC BERNSEE)
Things continue looking up for county airport's future (10/25/12)
The sky's the limit for the Putnam County Airport. That's clearly the belief not only of those who have their heads in the clouds but those with both feet on the ground as well. The airport's stock is soaring, according to the pilots who use it for fun and profit and the businesses that rely on it for transportation and convenience...
Cloverdale council holds first of two special session meetings (10/25/12)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale Town Council held a special session on Tuesday evening to adopt the 2012 budget and also to address several issues including parking ordinances and the food and beverage tax. Keeping with the strict schedule that must be followed with having a budget passed, the Cloverdale Town Council moved to adopt its budget for 2013...
Lucy Wieland gets annual volunteer award from CASA (10/25/12)
There are some people in this world who choose to put others' well being first, before their own. Putting others first is exactly what Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Lucy Wieland does. In a recent ceremony, Wieland was honored for her CASA volunteer efforts as the 2012 Indiana GAL/CASA Volunteer of the Year...
Non-Food Pantry to distribute items Saturday afternoon at St. Andrew's (10/25/12)
The Putnam County Non-Food Pantry, hosted by St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, will be distributing items from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 in the parish hall at 520 E. Seminary St., Greencastle. In order to be eligible for these items, please bring your food stamp card and proof of Putnam County residence...
Girl Scouts' 'Tent or Treat' annual event scheduled for Sunday at Robe-Ann Park (10/25/12)
A "Tent of Treat" event, sponsored by the Northern Putnam County Girl Scouts, is set for Sunday, Oct. 28 at Greencastle's Robe-Ann Park. Costumed children can trick or treat "Girl Scout style," visiting one of the troop tents for Halloween goodies from 4-6 p.m...
'Thriller' moves, Zumba routines part of Dance Workshop's benefit (10/25/12)
Just in time for Halloween, local residents can learn the original choreography to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video. The staff at Dance Workshop, located in the old Opera House on the west side of the square in Greencastle, will be teaching "Thriller Time" Saturday, Oct. 27 from 7-9 p.m...
Mary Allison Children's Fund still giving back to the community (10/25/12)
Annually each Putnam County elementary school receives cash grants of $1,000 to provide medical and educational assistance to any student who needs help. This money comes from the Mary Allison Children's Trust Fund. "When all other resources have been exhausted, this fund provides for healthcare, education and welfare for underprivileged children in Putnam County. ...
Fillmore Elementary School Honor Roll (10/25/12)
Grading Period 1 All A Grade 2: Megan Arnold, Daniel Bunton, Cameron Cafouras, Kennedy Clark, Ryan Deaton, Kayla Heagy, Lincoln Hochstelter, Lylah Law and Jaden O'Neal Grade 3: Rylee Brownewell, Siddalee Cox, Matthew Goodpaster, Bryanna Grimes, Brett VanRensselaer, Jayden Vensko and Parker Wines...
Central Elementary School Honor Roll (10/25/12)
Grading Period 1 All A Honor Roll Grade 2: Kylie E. Arnold, Brodie C. Carr, Megan Christine Crossman, Kelsey Lynn Custis, Elena R. Emmerich, Kimberlee M. Emmert, Megan L. Frazier, Jackson Dean Hayman, Caleb I. Heet, Anna M. Helton, Kaley M. Hodge, Braylon Jobe, Madison A. Newby, Lakin A. Ridgway, Sadey J. Snelleberger, Riley C. Stockton, Izabella Summerlot, Luke Michael Switzer, Ava C. Watson and Cayden Malachi Witt...
Balanced Tiger Cub attack will be key against Bruins (10/25/12)
Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi said it best when he noted: "Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence." However, the Greencastle football program is doing its best job to prove the legendary coach wrong. This season, the Tiger Cubs have demonstrated excellence on the field on both sides of the ball and their chase of perfection is still intact as they sport a 10-0 record entering Friday's sectional game against Tri-West...
Clovers bring renewed goals in preparation for Attica (10/25/12)
CLOVERDALE -- When the Clovers completed an 0-9 regular season, it seemed extremely unlikely, if not impossible, that they would be in position to make a sectional final. They scored only 41 point combined during the regular season; gained under 500 yards on offense in nine games...
Scanner for Oct. 25, 2012 (10/25/12)
James Baker was traveling on County Road 725 East on Friday, Oct. 19 when he lost control of his vehicle. Baker, 67, Indianapolis, tried to make a 90 degree turn when wet roads caused his 1997 Dodge Ram Pickup to skid off the road and head-on into the start of the guardrail...
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