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Stories from Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Vectren to offer matching funds for home weatherization (02/06/13)
Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana will match dollar-for-dollar all public donations to its Share the Warmth Inc. program this winter, up to a total of $200,000. Share the Warmth, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, annually allocates funds to Indiana Community Action Agencies who administer the Indiana's Weatherization Assistance Program...
Firefighters secure roof at Jackson and Washington streets (02/06/13)
Greencastle firefighters spent part of Monday afternoon helping to secure the damaged roof structure at the old Central National Bank building at Jackson and Washington streets. Some of the building's cornice at the top of the west wall was torn away during the overnight storms of Jan. 29 and 30...
DPU major gifts to fund Anderson St. final improvements (02/06/13)
DePauw University has received a combined $2 million from two donors to provide for the completion of Phase One of the university's Campus Master Plan, DPU President Brian W. Casey announced. Projects funded by the two gifts include enhancements to historic properties along the university's new Anderson Street entrance and the restoration of East College Lawn...
Emerging artist Carly Rhine to play at Chief's Thursday (02/06/13)
Think it's hard to find for a teenage singer-songwriter to find venues in a music scene dominated by bars and clubs? Greencastle High School junior Carly Rhine says it's not as tough as you might think, provided you're willing to do some work and get your name and sound out to people...
'Die Fledermaus' meets DePauw in 'DeBat' Feb. 7-10 (02/06/13)
Twenty-five years ago a practical joke was played. Dr. Falke has had more than two decades to plan his revenge ... and now the time is ripe. Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 7--10 is payback time at DePauw University's Green Center for the Performing Arts as the School of Music presents "DeBat," a 21st-century adaptation of Strauss' famous operetta, "Die Fledermaus"...
Tiger Cubs sloppy but find a way to beat Vikings (02/06/13)
NASHVILLE -- As Greencastle entered the opening game of the Class 3A Brown County sectional Friday, it looked as if it would be smooth sailing to at least the semi-final matchup with South Vermillion on Friday. West Vigo had different ideas and gave the Tiger Cubs all they could handle for three quarter...
Nichols slows Nash but Sparkplugs too much for Eagles at Sectional (02/06/13)
SPEEDWAY -- Trying to stop Speedway junior Allison Nash is nearly impossible, but that was the task of South Putnam in the opening game of sectionals on Tuesday. SPHS junior Aubrey Nichols denied Nash the ball full court for the duration of the game, doing a phenomenal job of making Nash's night a pain...
Featured Athlete of the Week: Cayla Kientz, Basketball, North Putnam High School (02/06/13)
Cayla Kientz, 17, is a senior at North Putnam High School. She is a starting forward on the basketball team, but has found success in softball and soccer as well. She's been named to the All-West Central Conference soccer team for the past three years and was the All-Star game MVP in the fall. ...
Scanner for Feb. 6, 2013 (02/06/13)
County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. At 1:45 p.m. on Sunday Jordan Michael Battin, 21, Greencastle, was arrested for theft. At 11:30 a.m. on Monday Nicole Lynn Johnson, 27, Mooresville, was charged with probation violation...
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