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Stories from Friday, June 16, 2006

S. Putnam to review RIF recall (06/16/06)
A topic the South Putnam Community School Corp. knows all too well has found its way back on the table. On Monday, the SPCSC School Board will tackle Reduction in Force at its monthly meeting. The school board will discuss possible RIF recalls on Monday, meaning teachers that received RIF notices prior to the end of the school year will be up for consideration to be brought back...
Culinary art of Smith featured in magazine (06/16/06)
For a delicious slice of raspberry cream pie, visit Almost Home in Greencastle. For an interesting article on its owner, read the June issue of Indianapolis Woman magazine. Local restaurant owner Gail Smith was featured in the Food section of Indianapolis Woman for her culinary excellence at Almost Home...
Building proposal seen as job attraction (06/16/06)
If we build it, will they come? The "build" being a speculative structure on an East Side industrial site, and the "they" being new industry. The Greencastle Redevelopment Commission is recommending that the city take that chance by constructing a shell building on the Sgt. Cunningham property north of Ind. 240 off Fillmore Road...
School board hears teacher achievements (06/16/06)
It was smooth sailing for the members of the North Putnam School Board during at its monthly meeting on Thursday. Members listened to Supt. Murray Pride's report, which included attending a budget workshop and announcing two teachers who received awards...
City leaders pleased with time change of parade (06/16/06)
City leaders are pleased that a later start time is now planned for the annual Putnam County Fair Parade, set for Friday, July 21 in Greencastle. During its regular session Tuesday, the council approved a request to close streets along the parade route...
Board hears concerns from community residents (06/16/06)
What is a town council meeting without a little public comment? That is exactly what happened at the Bainbridge Town Council meeting on Wednesday. Board members Mike Smith, Naomi Barker and Richard Cope heard from several members of the town who had come in for the meeting during the public comments. One homeowner, who owns three properties in Bainbridge, questioned how homeowners were informed if there was a weed problem on their property...
Cloverdale Council passes wastewater rate ordinance (06/16/06)
To little fanfare, the Cloverdale Town Council passed its wastewater rate ordinance. The council conducted a special public hearing Wednesday to hear discussion from residents about the ordinance. However, one person attended the meeting. "I really thought there would be some people here," Council President Don Sublett said...
Harvey G. Treible, 89, Greencastle, died Friday. (06/16/06)
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Chandler-Hays Funeral Home, Greencastle. May 29, 1921-June 11, 2006 Virginia Mae Myers, 85, Greencastle, died Sunday in Greencastle. She was the daughter of Kinnie and Ethel Watts. She was a licensed practical nurse...