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Stories from Saturday, September 9, 2006

'O7 budget passes at N. Putnam (09/09/06)
North Putnam School Board made quick work of its budget hearing during its special meeting on Thursday. Board members Debbie Sillery, Jon Buser, Charlie Boller, Mark Fordice, and Carl Blau, along with President Dale McGaughey and Supt. Murray Pride met to hear public comments on the proposed 2007 budget, the capital projects fund, and the bus replacement plan. But no public was available for comment...
Greencastle students' get creative (09/09/06)
They thought they were in trouble. When Greencastle High School Assistant Principal Russ Hesler recently called juniors Kevin Sanders and Nathaniel Lien to his office, they thought they were destined for detention. All week, Hesler had told Sanders and Lien in the GHS hallways in passing that he had caught them red-handed on videotape...
County approves '07 budget (09/09/06)
Final approval of the 2007 budget for Putnam County government came with a few concerns voiced over pay raises Friday morning. But as approved, and pending any changes made by state budget officials, the Council has figured out how to fund county operations with only $533 to spare...
Police seize $174,000 (09/09/06)
A traffic stop on Interstate 70 has resulted in the seizure of $174,000 in suspected drug money by the Putnam County Sheriff's Department. A Greenwood woman driving a 2002 Mercury Marquis westbound on I-70 was stopped at about 2:10 a.m. Friday by Deputy Dwight Simmons after he spotted her driving erratically. ...
July 7, 1927-Sept. 7, 2006 (09/09/06)
Robert "Bob" G. Snelling, 79, Waynetown, died Thursday at St. Clare Medical Center, Crawfordsville. Born in Illinois, he was the son of Elmore and Mertie (Sperlin) Snelling. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, he attended Waynetown High School and was a member of the American Legion in Wayne-town and Waynetown United Methodist Church. He formerly owned and operated Snelling Auto Service for 25 years, nd worked as the sextant of the Waynetown Masonic Cemetery for 10 years...