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Stories from Thursday, May 17, 2007

Missing funds result in felony charges (05/17/07)
Two felony charges of misappropriation of funds have been filed against an employee of the Putnam County Sheriff's Department after a recent state audit turned up missing money. George Alexander was released from employment by Sheriff Mark Frisbie after the results of an investigation by Sgt. Scott Stockton of the Indiana State Police's white collar crimes division showed that at least $45,000 in federal grant money had been deposited into Alexander's personal bank account...
Community corrections moves, gains more funds (05/17/07)
Jamie France has a lot to be excited about these days. And he was more than happy to share his joy with members of Greencastle's Rotary Club Wednesday. The Executive Director of Putnam County Community Corrections spoke with the club, discussing the benefits of the local program...
Town breaks ground for youth (05/17/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Since Aug. 26, 2006, Angela Ladd has been busy. The former Greencastle resident moved to Cloverdale last year and felt a need to create a civic league in the town. On Thursday, the civic league made its first strides in improving the look of the town. Specifically, the Cloverdale Community Park...
Wood wins state archery championship (05/17/07)
Staff reports In a March competition in Kokomo, Craig Wood of Heritage Lake became a National Field Archery Association state champion. Wood won the NFAA Junior Bowhunter's Division. Craig is a senior at North Putnam and the son of Gary and Ann Wood...
Smith bound for Olympic Developmetn Camp (05/17/07)
Staff reports Evan Smith of Greencastle will represent Indiana this July at the U.S. Youth Soccer Olympic Development Camp in Illinois. The U.S. Youth Soccer is divided into four regions, each of which offers a regional camp during which multiple states participate. ...
WCC honors athletes at awards banquet (05/17/07)
The West Central Conference bestowed its 2006-07 All-Conference and Academic All-WCC honors on county athletes, Wednesday night at Greencastle High School. Six county athletes earned All-WCC honors for their performance in three separate sports. North Putnam had two athletes make the list. Jake Mullis earned honors for football, baseball and basketball, while Brook Miller did the same in soccer, basketball and softball...
Weatherford leads Putnam County charge at sectional (05/17/07)
For tonight's boys' track sectionals, the county schools will once again head in two different directions. Greencastle, North Putnam and South Putnam will be heading east to the Plainfield sectional, while Cloverdale will make the trip south to Bloomington North High School...
GHS grad is All-American cyclist (05/17/07)
Staff reports Kendi Thomas, a 2006 Greencastle High School graduate, along with her cycling team from Whitman College won the National Collegiate Cycling Championship at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. Thomas' team beat out second-place Western Washington University by more than a minute to grab the title.Thomas' efforts paid off as her combined individual finishes helped her obtain All-American status...
Felix Goodson (05/17/07)
Felix Goodson, 84, Greencastle, died Thursday at his residence. Arrangements are pending at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Hazel Marie Cooksey (05/17/07)
July 31, 1912-May 14, 2007 Hazel Marie Hulvey Cooksey, 94, Crawfordsville, formerly of Waveland, died at Lane House Monday. Born near Darlington, she was the daughter of Floren and Laura Belle (Kirk) Hulvey. A homemaker, she was a member of the old Bowers Evangelical United Brethern Church...