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Stories from Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Burgess named new coach for South Putnam football (06/20/06)
A packed house greeted the new football coach at South Putnam Monday evening as new principal Kieth Puckett introduced Troy Burgess to players, parents and faculty. "I'm very familiar with this school here," Burgess told those in attendance Monday...
County considers new town (06/20/06)
A group of VanBibber Lake Estates residents wanting to have their neighborhood incorporated into a town have been given 90 days more to organize their efforts. Appearing before the Putnam County Commissioners Monday, the group presented a plan that shows the boundary of the VanBibber Lake Conservancy District as the boundaries of the new town, named Walnut Glen...
Pageant gives fair test of experience (06/20/06)
Mackenzie Pearson wants to be a role model, meet new people, and experience all that the Putnam County Fair has to offer. That is why she entered as one of 10 candidates vying for the 2006 title during the annual queen pageant, set for 7 p.m. Saturday, July 15 in the Community Building at the Putnam County Fairgrounds. Admission is $2...
Age, load on radio tower under county scrutiny (06/20/06)
How safe is the radio antenna tower on top of the Putnam County Courthouse? A recent visual inspection by Tower Services determined the tower looks in good condition, but it is overloaded with antennas. And that could be a problem if a severe weather event strikes downtown Greencastle...
Bernhardt named interim superintendent at SPCSC (06/20/06)
In what may have been his final meeting as Superintendent of the South Putnam Community School Corp., Dan Schroeder saw the school board fill his position on Monday. At its regular monthly board meeting, the board unanimously approved Assistant Supt. Bruce Bernhardt to become acting Superintendent...
April 29, 1918-June 19, 2006 (06/20/06)
Clifford G. "Tip" Bryant, 88, Danville, died Monday afternoon at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Morgan County, he was the son of Vernon and Ida Mae (Halfhill) Bryant. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he had been a farmer and had been a self-employed contractor and carpenter...
April 29, 1918-June 19, 2006 (06/20/06)
Clifford G. "Tip" Bryant, 88, Danville, died Monday afternoon at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Morgan County, he was the son of Vernon and Ida Mae (Halfhill) Bryant. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he had been a farmer and had been a self-employed contractor and carpenter...