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Stories from Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Shovel-ready designation given to land (06/27/06)
A Greencastle industrial park has been named one of the first sites to receive the Shovel Ready certification from the Indiana Finance Authority. The pilot program is geared toward helping companies identify sites that can be rapidly developed which plays a vital role in the state economic development. ...
Realtors get go-ahead nod for new site (06/27/06)
Ivy Tech Community College may not be the only building project to appear on an under-developed stretch of highway across from Greencastle Middle School. Local real estate firm Carpenter Realtors gained one of two necessary approvals from the city Monday night that will allow them to be the first of perhaps several future business establishments to occupy space next to the college campus...
Hunting for Treasures not necessary after visible move (06/27/06)
Greencastle residents might have noticed a change in one the of stores on the courthouse square last week. Treasures in the Cellar, originally located on West Walnut Street, moved last Wednesday and the store has been renamed Treasures on the Square...
BMX race course might bring bikes to fairgrounds (06/27/06)
From age 4 to 65, riding bicycles can get down and dirty. Especially in the world of BMX bike racing. A group of BMX enthusiasts are hoping that some recently purchased land at the Putnam County Fairgrounds can be utilized as a non-motorized BMX course as soon as next year...
Dec. 20, 1920-June 26, 2006 (06/27/06)
Paul Duane "Dink" Lewis, 85, Greencastle, died Monday morning at Hickory Creek at Sunset Nursing Home. Born in Fillmore, he was the son of Homer E. and Martha Faye (Lighter) Lewis. He had worked for the Indiana State Highway Dept. for 15 years before retiring. He was a member of the Greencastle Moose, Elks and VFW Post 1550...
June 3, 1925-June 25, 2006 (06/27/06)
Fred Davasher, 81, Coatesville, died Sunday afternoon at his residence. Born in Holland, Ky., he was the son of Duke and Bea (Brown) Davasher. He had been a machine operator at Olin Brass for 42 years, retiring in 1993. He was a member of Canaan Community Church and the Fillmore Masonic Lodge. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II...