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Stories from Tuesday, September 5, 2006

Police eradicate marijuana plants located in field (09/05/06)
More than 82 marijuana plants were destroyed by the Putnam County Sheriff's Department after the plants were found in a farm field south of Canaan Church in Marion Township Saturday. Sheriff Mark Frisbie told the BannerGraphic that a youth found the plants while putting up his tree stand and noticed that the area had been weed-eated...
Pay raises, road work in budget (09/05/06)
Flat pay raises for employees and a minimal amount of money set aside for special projects are included in next year's budget for the city of Greencastle. Members of the City Council approved the first of two readings of the 2007 budget last week and will vote a final time when they meet for their regular monthly meeting on Sept. 12...
United Way ready to kick off campaign (09/05/06)
The United Way of Putnam County has raised its fund raising bar this year by $25,000. The 2006 kick-off breakfast for the new campaign, Fortune 2006, will take place on Wednesday. The goal for this year is $250,000. Executive Director of the Putnam County United Way Cathryn Ensley said the United Way is stepping up its goals...
Town Council preparing for 2007 budget adoption (09/05/06)
It has been pre-adopted by unanimous vote, but on Sept. 12, the Cloverdale Town Council will move to adopt its 2007 budget. A public hearing took place last month, with council person John Davis giving the motion to accept the 2007 budget. Board member Judy Whitaker seconded the motion and the budget was approved by a 5-0 vote...
Jan. 29, 1925-Sept. 2, 2006 (09/05/06)
Ezra V. McMains, 81, Greencastle, died Sunday at his residence. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Alfred E. McMains and Olive Cleo Rollings. He was a graduate of Greencastle High School. He was a World War II Army Air Force veteran and also served in the Korean War...