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Stories from Friday, July 7, 2006

Final plans for arena approved by board (07/07/06)
After Thursday's decision, it should be smooth sailing for Crossroads Arena. The Cloverdale Plan Commission unanimously voted in favor of the company's final plans for its proposed horse arena, which will be constructed off Stardust Road, west of the Stardust Hills entrance in Cloverdale...
New laws bring change to Putnam County (07/07/06)
The month of July means changes for several Indiana laws affecting Putnam County residents. From drivers who can't control their tempers on the roadway to people who have been convicted of sex-related crimes, nearly everyone will see changes as these laws begin to be enforced across the area...
Handgun permit fees change for Hoosiers (07/07/06)
State House bill allows Indiana residents to receive a lifetime handgun license effective July 1. While Greencastle Police Department and the Putnam County Sheriff Dept. learned of the changes from the Indiana State Police Supt. Paul Whitesell last week, it is still all new to them...
Getting into art focus of Museum program (07/07/06)
One Indiana resident believes art can be incorporated into any person's life in many different ways, and in Putnam County, one program is focusing on children and transportation. Kayla Lanham, Bloomington, grew up in nearby Carp. She attended Owen Valley High School, then found herself in college at DePauw University where she double majored in art history and English writing. ...
Public vents concerns on proposed new station (07/07/06)
Walnut Creek Fire Protection District board may have heard the same issues from Van Bibber Lake Volunteer Fire Department, but the biggest concern was the construction of the new fire station at Thursday night's meeting. The board, consisting of Jim Hilburn, Jay C. Unger, Robert Hensley and Kathy Deere, had created the Walnut Creek Fire Protection Building Corporation. The building corp. would construct the station and the district would later rent the station on a 12 year lease for $41,000...
Area 30 eyes an upswing in enrollment (07/07/06)
Enrollment is up at the Area 30 Career Center. Executive director Michael Walton said at the board's monthly meeting Friday that many of the individual schools' enrollment in the programs were up. Cloverdale's enrollment went up the most by 19 students. The enrollment for Greencastle and South Putnam had also gone up. Spencer-Owen's enrollment had dropped but is expected to go back up when school is back in session...
Dec. 29, 1913-July 6, 2006 (07/07/06)
Gretchen Leola (Ellis) Hayden, 92, Greencastle, died Thursday at Asbury Towers. She was the daughter of Chancie Ellis and Ellaria (Switzer) Ellis. A graduate of Waynetown High School, she was a receptionist for Dr. Claude Thompson for more than 20 years, retiring in 1977...
Oct. 29, 1947-July 6, 2006 (07/07/06)
Richard C. Rubin, 58, Greencastle, died Thursday at his residence. Born in Miami, Fla., he was the son of Louis Rubin and Gladys (Lubliner) Ascher. He graduated from Newtrier High School in Winnetka, Ill., and from Oxford University. He was a publisher for the Greencastle Monthly Publication for the past 20 years...
Died July 6, 2006 (07/07/06)
Gretchen Leola Hayden, 92, Greencastle, died Thursday at Asbury Towers. Arrangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Died July 6, 2006 (07/07/06)
Richard Rubin, 58, Greencastle, died Thursday at his residence. Arrangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home, Greencastle.