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Stories from Friday, June 15, 2007

Hospital project moves ahead (06/15/07)
Putnam County Hospital will soon be undergoing an internal facelift that began two years ago. As approved by the Putnam County Hospital Board on Thursday, the first phase of the five-phase project calls for the oncology department to be moved to the second floor on the south side of the hospital. ...
Lack of rain leaves crops in dust (06/15/07)
A rolling cloud of dust billowed froLack of rain leaves crops in dust m underneath a red Case tractor as it hummed its way across a Putnam County cornfield earlier this week...
Community members give back (06/15/07)
Twenty-five year old Erin Hilton will be attending a special camp at Bradford Woods for handicapped persons this summer thanks to a group of motorcycle riders. Sponsored by Custom Cycle of Greencastle, the seventh Annual Run for Fun took place last Saturday with more than 80 bikers riding to raise money for Hilton who has Cerebral Palsy. ...
Area INDOT drivers compete in contest (06/15/07)
CLOVERDALE -- The Indiana Department of Transportation began its annual "Roadeo" this week with the first competition held at the Cloverdale Subdistrict office. Each year, INDOT snow plow drivers compete for the title of Indiana's top snow plow driver through this competition...
Three signs promoting Friends of the Park Father's Day cookout taken (06/15/07)
ROACHDALE-Three signs belonging to Friends of the Park were recently stolen from their locations in Roachdale, said Dianna Gorell, president of the Northern Putnam County chapter of Friends of the Park. Gorrell said two yellow signs and one white sign, all advertising the Father's Day cookout and car show Saturday, were taken between 10 p.m. ...
Former restaurant owner sentenced (06/15/07)
On Thursday, a former Cloverdale restaurant owner was sentenced to 96 months in prison for the crime of arson.
Residents seek sewage solution (06/15/07)
Owners of the almost 200 homes and businesses located just north of the Greencastle city limits want more answers before deciding whether to go ahead with the costly installation of public sewers to replace their aging septic systems. Of utmost concern for the residents living in the Edgelea subdivision and business owners on U.S. 231 North is the possibility that many of them will have to fork out close to $25,000 apiece to construct and connect to the city's municipal sewer system...
Maudie F. Gorham (06/15/07)
Maudie F. Gorham, 92, Stilesville, died Friday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in West Terre Haute, she was the daughter of Elmer and Pearl (McFarland) Vice...