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Stories from Friday, August 4, 2006

Board formed to reach funding goal (08/04/06)
The memory of Bob Allen's life as a resident and businessman helped initiate the Roachdale Community Garden project. The development of this garden has been facilitated by community citizens in an effort to create beautiful landscaped garden behind the Roachdale library on Meridian Street...
Board tables votes (08/04/06)
Two businesses approached the Cloverdale Plan Commission on Thursday, asking for special exceptions, and neither received a favorable vote. Representatives from both Trivett's Auto Service and Discount Tire approached the board at its monthly meeting Thursday, hoping to be granted special exceptions in order to continue doing business...
Hepler to entertain library (08/04/06)
The halls will be filled with music at the Putnam County Public Library. On Monday, Aug. 14 from 6:30-8 p.m., the library will host jazz pianist Dave Hepler for an evening of jazz, blues, and improvisation. Hepler started playing music professionally at 11-years-old with his father, and he reacquainted himself with the piano while studying music at Indiana University. ...
Miller announces bid for Greencastle Township Trustee (08/04/06)
Doris Miller has worked as an elementary school teacher in Greencastle for 24 years, and is no stranger to Township politics. She is running for Greencastle Township Trustee in the November elections. Miller has three main goals as Greencastle Township Trustee. First, that greater attention be paid to the process of picking the Township representative on the School Board, with an emphasis on using an open process to find the most qualified person for the job, regardless of political party...
Ensley announces bid to run for prosecutor (08/04/06)
Local attorney James (Jim) W. Ensley recently announced his candidacy for Putnam County Prosecutor. Ensley, an associate with the law firm of Delbert (Dell) H. Brewer, Attorney-At-Law, began his legal career working for the Hendricks County Prosecutor's office. It was this experience that caused Ensley to consider running for prosecutor in his home county...
Park officials seal deal for Clearwaters land (08/04/06)
Greencastle officials were expected to complete the purchase of additional property next to Robe-Ann Park this week, Parks and Recreation Director Rod Weinschenk said. Members of the Greencastle Park Board met this week and gave Weinschenk permission to go ahead with the signing of closing papers on Thursday, making the purchase official...
July 25, 1927-Aug. 3, 2006 (08/04/06)
Ross G. Trotman, 79, Spencer, died Thursday at Bloomington Hospital, Bloomington. Born in Minneapolis, Minn., he was the son of Walter George and Ruth Brooke Geraldine (Gamble) Trotman. A graduate of Indiana University, he was a teacher at Martinsville High School...
Aug. 21, 1948 - Aug. 3, 2006 (08/04/06)
Gary Luther Huber, 57, Greencastle, died Thursday at his residence. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of Arvine A. and Ellen (Steele) Huber. He graduated from Greencastle High School in 1966 and from Sam's Technical Institute, part of ITT Institute, in 1968...