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Stories from Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Airport subdivision plan approved (11/28/06)
While workers began moving dirt at Greencastle's Sgt. Cunningham property this week, city officials decided to move ahead with developing a second industrial-zoned site. Enterprise Park, composed of about 35 acres of tillable land just north of the Putnam County Airport, has caught the eye of at least one potential buyer seeking to locate a business in Greencastle, spurring city officials to action...
Fillmore pastor signing new book Wednesday (11/28/06)
Local author and pastor Bobby D. Hopper will sign copies of his first book, "Win, Build and Send: Preparing to Live a Truly Great Life in Christ," from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday at Hadley Christian Bookstore, 45 Putnam Plaza, Greencastle. "We've had some wonderful reviews," Hopper said via telephone interview Tuesday. "It makes people think. It's actually a book where you could finish up in a day or two."...
Museum party salutes support of community (11/28/06)
The Putnam County Museum will host a Holiday Celebration to show appreciation for its supporters from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30 in the museum's multipurpose room. Co-sponsored by North Salem State Bank and Autumn Glen, this event is a thank you to everyone who has supported the museum through annual memberships and for those who would like to become members...
Electrical problem at courthouse fixed by Duke (11/28/06)
Pure puzzlement was on the faces of those Putnam County residents attempting to enter the courthouse Monday. Their faces said it all. "Why was the courthouse closed?" According to Emergency Management Director Kim Hyten, the courthouse closed at 11:30 a.m. due to an electrical problem that had already shut down the elevator and power to a couple of the floors...
Haltom, Blaydes playing well in college (11/28/06)
College life seems to be agreeing with a pair of area graduates. Cloverdale High School alum Chase Haltom and North Putnam High School graduate Laura Blaydes each had successful outings on the collegiate basketball courts in recent games. Haltom, who attends Wabash College in Crawfordsville, led the Little Giants in scoring in a Nov. 21 loss to Hanover at home...
Middle School Basketball Round-Up (11/28/06)
CMS 7th graders take down Greencastle at home The Cloverdale Middle School boys' seventh-grade basketball team defeated Greencastle at home, 30-20 Monday. The Clovers were led by Jordan Brinkman, who scored a game-high 13 points. Trevor Lockwood had five, Joe Fidler had three, Tony Kern and Mitchell Williams each scored two. Charles Strunk had one point for the Clovers...