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Stories from Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Fire truck gets OK; EOC on hold (04/19/06)
Three proposals for the use of Hazardous Waste Funds received various responses from the Putnam County Council on Tuesday. A fire truck received a tentative yes. A new host fee to share tipping fees with Russell Township and the Town of Russellville will receive future study...
Area 30 group talks safety at South Putnam (04/19/06)
Tyler Rominger had worn driving-impaired goggles before, but not while attempting to ride a vehicle. On Tuesday, the South Putnam Junior High eighth-grader did just that, volunteering to wear the goggles while riding a bicycle equipped with training wheels around a track...
Student faces battery charge (04/19/06)
Police are charging a Cloverdale Middle School student with battery after they say she beat a classmate over the head with a lunch tray Tuesday. Cloverdale Assistant Police Chief Tim Walker told the BannerGraphic a fight broke out between the two eighth-grade girls when several weeks of name-calling came to a climax shortly after 1 p.m., at the end of their lunch hour...
Police investigating child's injury at Bainbridge daycare (04/19/06)
Officials from the Putnam County Prosecutor's office have launched an investigation at a Bainbridge childcare center where they say a 4-year-old girl was found hanging by the neck from a backyard swing set. Prosecutor's Investigator Thomas Miller told the BannerGraphic Wednesday morning that the girl was enrolled at Down Home Preschool, located at 108 Pat Rady Way (U.S. ...
Clovers defeat N. Putnam, 5-1 (04/19/06)
Cloverdale's varisty baseball team defeated North Putnam at home Tuesday night 6-1. The Clovers got three runs in the first inning and never looked back. Cody Nees and Kyle McCammon both struck out to open the game, but the next four Clover batters reached base...
Eagle boys finihs first, girls second in three-way meet (04/19/06)
The South Putnam High School boys' track team picked up a win Tuesday at home in a three way meet with Clay City and Shakamak. The Eagles won with 73 points while the Eels came in second with 61 points and Shakamak finished third with 33 points. The Eagles finished first in nine different events with Bryce Birkemeier leading the way with three individual wins. He won the 100-meter dash, the long jump and the 200-meter dash...
Clovedale, S. Putnam pik up wins in softball (04/19/06)
The Cloverdale High School softball team picked up a big home win Tuesday against the North Putnam Cougars. The Clovers beat the Cougars 6-1 while collecting 10 hits off the Cougars pitching. "The Clovers played errorless and got some timely hits," CHS Coach Greg Crum said...
Eagles defeat Monrovia; Greencastle falls to Cascade (04/19/06)
MONROVIA -- South Putnam's varsity baseball team defeated Monrovia for the second time in a row Tuesday, defeating the Bulldogs 10-8. The Eagles were trailing 2-1 heading into the top of the fourth inning when they exploded for six runs to take a five-run lead...
N. Putnam splits match; Greencastle downs Speedway (04/19/06)
The North Putnam High School boys' golf team took a split in Tuesday's match at Old Hickory with Southmont and Western Boone. The Cougars finished second with 163 while Southmont won the event with a 161 and Western Boone finished third with 179. Patrick Byrd and Austin Malayer led the Cougars, carding a 40 each while J.J. Burns shot a 41 and Eric Whitaker shot a 42...
Tiger Cubs take down Wildcats (04/19/06)
Greencastle High School's varsity tennis squad picked up a 4-1 victory at home against South Vermillion Tuesday. The Tiger Cubs' lone defeat came in singles action, as Rena Warren fell to South Vermillion's Hannah Henry in three sets in the No. 2 singles match. Henry emerged victorious with scores of 6-4, 3-6, 6-2...