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Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014

Stories from Thursday, February 1, 2007

Town passes rule for safebuildings (02/01/07)
A new town ordinance will assist the Russellville Town Council with making buildings safe once again for inhabitants. Council President Sally McAfee presented Ordinance 2007-1, an ordinance providing for the inspection, repair, or removal of unsafe buildings within the town, to the rest of the council members during Tuesday's meeting. This ordinance was created by Putnam County Planning Director Kim Hyten...
City supports Colts with 'Bluecastle' designation (02/01/07)
Greencastle Mayor Nancy Michael signed a proclamation Wednesday declaring Friday as Blue Friday in the city. In celebration and support of the Indianapolis Colts in their trip to Super Bowl XLI, cake and blue Gatorade will be served in city hall Friday to the first 100 visitors...
Area youth compete in bowling tourney (02/01/07)
Travis Giannechini and Shayna Wahl, Reggie Alex and Annalysse Mason and Jalyn and Duke Duff were All-Events champions and among the 50-plus Putnam County boys and girls that competed in the Greencastle Youth City Bowling Tournament at Alex Alleys. The tournament was sponsored by the Moose Lodge, Greater Greencastle USBC Association and Alex Alleys...
Butler set to honor former CHS standout (02/01/07)
Throughout his career at Butler University, former Cloverdale High School basketball standout Chad Tucker was known for his deadly accuracy. On Saturday, the late Tucker -- along with a handful of other former Butler athletes -- will be inducted into Butler Hall of Fame...
WCC title bout set for Friday (02/01/07)
The seven West Central Conference girls' basketball teams are are in the final week of action this season and the conference championship will be decided Friday. Speedway is the only undefeated team in conference play at 5-0 this year, but Cloverdale is hot on the heels of the Sparkplugs at 4-1...
Isaac H. Whitt Sr. (02/01/07)
May 24, 1931-Jan. 30, 2007 Isaac H. Whitt Sr., 75, Coatesville, died Tuesday at Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. Born in Tazwell County, Va., he was the son of Milburn Robert and Mollie Alice (Puckett) Whitt. A U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean War, he had been a welder for Chevrolet Truck and Bus, Indiana-polis. He was a member of Deer Creek Primitive Baptist Church and U.A.W. Local 23, Indianapolis...