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Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014

Stories from Friday, September 8, 2006

Commissioners receive good news (09/08/06)
It's not really found money, but an investment account kept by the Putnam County Clerk's Office for several years could provide some needed staff and equipment if cashed in. For the Putnam County Commissioners, finding out Tuesday the investment CD of $56,000 could be turned into the county's General Fund was a bit of welcome news...
Support case sees closure (09/08/06)
A Michigan man was sentenced to two years in prison and two years probation Thursday after prosecutors learned he owed more than $65,000 in back child support payments to his children's mother. Shad Sellers, Parma, Mich., appeared in Putnam Circuit Court Thursday due to non-payment of child support. ...
Area agencies purchase radios for county schools (09/08/06)
On Thursday, three Putnam County agencies informed the Putnam County Safe schools Committee they had combined money to recently purchase hand-held radios for each county school. Putnam County Health Dept. representative Steve Walters told members at Thursday's meeting that his organization, along with the Putnam County Sheriff's Dept. ...
New taxiway open at county airport (09/08/06)
A portion of the new taxiway at the Putnam County Airport was officially opened at 2 p.m. Sept. 7. The first aircraft to use it was a Diamond DA20 "Eclipse" owned by Dixie Chopper founder Art Evans and piloted by Airport Manager John Layne. Along for a ride was Final Approach Restaurant patron, Donna Harcourt of Fillmore. ...
Renovations proposed for old garden site (09/08/06)
If you can get past the faded walls, dirty floors, and piles of plastic flower pots that make up the former Clearwaters Garden Center in Greencastle, you just might find a place for families to gather for picnics on warm summer days or a grassy lawn where a father and son can toss a baseball back and forth...
Man sentenced to four years (09/08/06)
A Crawfordsville man apparently lacked the tools necessary to avoid capture after police say he stole various pieces of equipment from locations in Putnam and Montgomery County last year. George A. Sisk, 30, was charged and subsequently pleaded guilty to multiple counts of burglary and theft after police said he stole items from as many as four facilities in Putnam County and others in Montgomery County last December...