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Stories from Friday, May 26, 2006

Fire district studying community (05/26/06)
Assistant Editor Since February, Daryl Branneman has led the Cloverdale Community Fire Study Committee through a series of meetings, hoping to gather enough information to bring back to the Cloverdale Town Council. The committee was proposed by Branneman on Feb. 14. At that town council meeting, he told board members he wanted to form the committee to study equipment needs, staffing, building requirements, methods of financial support and obligations now and in the future...
Two airlifted after one-car accident (05/26/06)
Editor Police were unsure of the identities of a man and woman injured in a single-car accident Friday morning on Ind. 240 near CR 750 East. But as of presstime at noon Friday, Sgt. Don Pettit of the Putnam County Sheriff's Dept. was crediting bystanders with rescuing the couple from the burning auto...
Bainbridge man charged with vehicular death (05/26/06)
A Bainbridge man has been charged in connection to the vehicular death of a Greencastle teen last weekend. In the early morning hours of Sunday, May 21 Greencastle High School junior Rick Allen Johnston, 17, died alone in a northern Putnam County cornfield...
Putnamville Correctional Facility graduates 173 inmates (05/26/06)
William Kirk had been waiting for Friday. The 28-year-old Putnamville Correctional Facility inmate receives an Associate's Degree from Indiana State University Friday at the facility's Graduation and Recognition Ceremony. Kirk said he had been an inmate at the facility since 1998 and had been studying toward his degree since 2004...
Violinist Agostini featured in 'Music for Mary's Field' (05/26/06)
Internationally renowned concert violinist and recording artist Federico Agostini, who has toured the world as soloist with "I Musici," and serves on the faculty of IU's Jacobs School of Music, will perform at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 31 on the second concert of the 2006 Greencastle Summer Music Festival at Gobin United Memorial Church in Greencastle, Indiana...
Building shell considered as job attraction (05/26/06)
City officials look to bring in more jobs to Greencastle with a possible new marketing strategy for the east side area known as the Sgt. Cunningham property. At a Greencastle Redevelopment Commission meeting Wednesday, officials with developer Garmong Construction Services described what a shell building intended to entice an industrial occupant would look like on the site north of Lear Corp...
Cougars win sectional (05/26/06)
LIZTON -- With two outs in the top of the seventh, North Putnam High School girls' softball coach George Pearson strolled out to the mound to try to calm his team down. The Cougars were one out away from their first softball sectional title on Friday, but Tri-West's Ashley Sankey and Mackenzie Stirling had just hit back-to-back singles off NPHS starter Brook Miller...
NPHS rallies to get by South Putnam (05/26/06)
LIZTON -- It took nearly two days to finish, but the North Putnam High School girls' softball squad advanced to the finals of the Tri-West Sectional after knocking off archrival South Putnam, 5-4. "We told them all week that they could beat (the Eagles) and they believed it," NPHS Coach George Pearson said following Friday's win. "The kids bought into it."...
May 1, 1925-May 25, 2006 (05/26/06)
Norma Jean Smith, 81, Ladoga died Thursday at the Lane House Nursing Center. Born at Ladoga, she was the daughter of Oscar G. and Josephine (Haffley) Stewart. She graduated from Ladoga High School and the Indiana University School of Nursing. She was a member of the Ladoga Christian Church, Fraternal Order of Eagles at Crawfordsville, and a former member of the Ladoga Tri-Kappa...
Aug. 7, 1951-May 24, 2006 (05/26/06)
Phillip J. McKinney, 54, Crawfordsville, died Wednesday at Methodist Hospital. Born in Frankfort, he was the son of Thomas J. and Delores (Paugh) McKinney. He was a 1970 graduate of Crawfordsville High School and was owner of Mac's Auto Electric in Crawfordsville. He was a member of Jehovah's Witness...