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Stories from Friday, September 22, 2006

Preparedness encouraged by Red Cross (09/22/06)
Even though the American Red Cross Putnam County Unit responds to an annual average of 25 emergencies, new Community Development Director Christine Klinger said it always helps to be completely prepared. The American Red Cross is putting an emphasis on being prepared in September by celebrating National Preparedness Month...
Amos Thomas selected in caucus for District 44 (09/22/06)
Amos Thomas has been formally selected in a Republican caucus to replace his son Andy as the state representative for District 44. In a brief caucus Thursday evening in Greencastle, 18 precinct committeemen cast their votes for the elder Thomas, the only candidate to file for the seat. ...
By LISA MEYER TRIGG Editor A Reelsville area couple face multiple felony charges after police found marijuana plants growing and being processed in their Appleblossom Estates home Thursday afternoon (09/22/06)
By LISA MEYER TRIGG Editor A Reelsville area couple face multiple felony charges after police found marijuana plants growing and being processed in their Appleblossom Estates home Thursday afternoon. Kenneth Allan Woolford, 37, was booked into the Putnam County Jail at 5:47 p.m. Thursday on charges of dealing in marijuana, neglect of a dependent, resisting law enforcement, possession of paraphernalia and possession of marijuana...
Teens injured, adults arrested after car crash (09/22/06)
Two Putnam County teenagers were seriously injured and a third person was arrested following a car accident in Hendricks County early Friday morning. Charles D. "Cody" Newlin, 16, was listed in critical condition at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis as of presstime Friday. According to a police report, he suffered a head injury in the 1 a.m. crash that occurred on Hendricks County Road 200 North, also Putnam County Road 900 North...
July 16, 1949-Sept. 19, 2006 (09/22/06)
Robert J. Berry, 57, Greencastle, died Tuesday at his residence. Born at Franklin, he was the son of Robert J. Berry Sr. and Esther M. (Miller) Berry. A 1967 graduate of Franklin High School, he earned a bachelor's degree in art and history from Ball State University, and a master's degree from DePauw University...