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Stories from Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Fire guts sawmill building (10/10/06)
By AMANDA ROACH Staff Writer An accidental fire destroyed a pole barn at a logging facility on U.S. 40 Monday morning. The Jefferson Township Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to John Collier Logging Inc., 9874 E. U.S. 40, for a wood splitter on fire inside a building. Four minutes later, 911 dispatchers dropped a MABAS box alarm for a fully involved building fire...
EMA examines MCC project (10/10/06)
Putnam County has been picked to host a new mobile command center, but local officials are waiting to work out some of the particulars of the project. The new state-funded vehicle was the main topic of discussion during the county Emergency Man-agement Agency meeting Thursday at the courthouse annex...
Mayors around state sound off about tax cuts (10/10/06)
Staff Writer Recent bills in the Indiana General Assembly, which supporters say will lessen the property tax load for home and business owners, have city leaders from around the state crying foul. One of the bills, passed by the General Assembly in 2002, does away with the state's inventory tax beginning this year...
GMS football teams beat S. Putnam (10/10/06)
Both of Greencastle Middle School's football teams defeated South Putnam at home Monday. The seventh-grade Tiger Cubs defeated the Eagles 14-6 to improve to 5-2 on the season. In the eighth-grade contest, Greencastle came out on top with a 20-14 win to up its record to 6-1...
Volleyball sectional pairings announced (10/10/06)
The four Putnam County volleyball squads learned of postseason foes Monday as pairings for the 35th Indiana High School Athletic Association Volleyball Tournament were drawn. While three of the county teams are familiar with their competition, one is not...
Tiger Cubs knock off Owen Valley (10/10/06)
SPENCER -- Greencastle High School's varsity volleyball team improved its record to 22-4 on the season with a four-game victory over Owen Valley on the road Monday. The Tiger Cubs defeated the Patriots, 25-18, 21-25, 25-17, 25-18. GHS coach Trish Lowe was glad to pick up the win, but she expressed some disappointment in the way her team played...
North Putnam still ranked No. 3 in AP football poll (10/10/06)
The North Putnam Cougars' football team held steady in this week's Associated Press Indiana high school football poll. The undefeated Cougars (8-0) remained in the No. 3 spot in Class 2A, the first time NPHS has not advanced in the poll since they moved from No. 10 to No. 6 following the fourth game of the season, a 35-0 victory over South Putnam...
Crawfordsville tops Cougars (10/10/06)
BROWNSBURG -- The North Putnam High School gilrls' soccer team saw its season come to an end Monday as it fell to Crawfordsville in the first round of the Brownsburg Sectional, 8-0. The Cougars tallied just four shots on goal in the game and surrendered 14 to the Athenians...
Aug. 30, 1922-Oct. 9, 2006 (10/10/06)
Garland 'John' W. Rasdall, 84, Trafalgar, died Monday at Franklin Meadows, Franklin. Born in Warren County, Ky., he was the son of the late James G. and Bette A. (Easton) Rasdall. He was a 1941 graduate of Center Grove High School. He was a farmer in Marion and Johnson counties from 1941-99. ...