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Stories from Thursday, July 6, 2006

Safety concerns at city park top priority for board (07/06/06)
Reports of vandalism, fights and the potential for illegal activity at the city park sparked concern among members of the Greencastle Park Board this week. Parks and Recreation Director Rod Weinschenk told board members that the activity at Robe-Ann Park has reached a new level in the last two weeks, forcing him to seek the help of law enforcement from the city and county level...
New candidate filings for general election announced (07/06/06)
With the November General Election still more than three months away, several new candidates have filed for Putnam County offices or have been appointed by their respective party. Topping the list is the race for Putnam County prosecutor where Democrat James Ensley has filed with the state election office to run against current Prosecutor Tim Bookwalter...
Fire truck suit has little merit: Attorney (07/06/06)
Cloverdale Town Council attorney Scott Hoff doesn't think one of the many lawsuits the town is facing holds much water. Recently, council for Simon Fire Equipment and Repair, Inc., Iowa, filed a lawsuit in Indiana for breach of contract. The lawsuit had originally been filed in Iowa, but was dismissed...
Sept. 17, 1934-June 24, 2006 (07/06/06)
Graveside services for Charlene A. Burnett, 71, Roachdale, who died June 24, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 8 at the Roachdale Cemetery with Rev. Paul Leonard officiating. Servies and Morgan Funeral Home, Roachdale, is handling arrangements...
Dec. 28, 1930-July 3, 2006 (07/06/06)
Martha Gates, 75, Fillmore, died Monday evening at her residence. Born in Tyndall, S.D., she was the daughter of Bruce and Edna (Weltz) Nolan. She had worked in sales of pet health products for several years. Surviving are a son, Dennis Gates, Fillmore, and several other relatives...