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Stories from Monday, August 20, 2007

Parents stand up for South Putnam schools (08/20/07)
South Putnam school board members Mike Rissler, Nancy Wells, David Bombei, Darwin Nelson and Steve Cash got pounded by the same group of property tax protesters from the Fillmore area that attended last month's meetings...
Town tries to unravel tangled finances (08/20/07)
In an attempt to straighten out Russellville's budget, the town council voted Monday night to start the process of passing its 2008 budget with only estimated figures for three key items. The council decided to move forward with the proposed budget despite the fact that Clerk-Treasurer Janet Kay Smith had not provided the council with figures for the 2008 local road and street fund, motor vehicle highway fund and cumulative capital improvement fund, said council president Sally McAfee.. ...
County offers solution to Edgelea woes (08/20/07)
Improvements for roads and drainage in the Edgelea Subdivision has been proposed by the Putnam County Commissioners. It is now up to Edgelea residents to decide if they will support the project. The plan presented by County Commissioner Jim Baird and Highway Supt. ...
Boil order issued (08/20/07)
Customers of Reelsville Water Co. are under a boil order due to a recent water line break. Don Bain of the water company said the boil order will likely be in effect until Thursday. Affected are those south of Limedale on Manhattan Road, including County Roads 200 West, 400 South and 300 West...
Cougar girls' volleyball drop contest to Western Boone (08/20/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- The North Putnam volleyball team grabbed an early lead in each of its first two games Monday night, but was unable to hold on either time, losing to Western Boone in three games, 25-12, 26-24, 25-18. The Cougars are 1-5 on the season. While the Cougars grabbed a 7-3 lead in the early going of game one, game two was the real killer, with the North leading 22-18 late, before the Stars stormed back, ultimately winning 26-24. ...
Clovers drop match (08/20/07)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale Clovers volleyball squad dropped its first home match of the season, losing to South Vermillion in three games Monday night. The Clovers lost 23-25, 23-25 and 15-25. Allie Franklin led the Clovers with seven points, with Ashley Koosman and Kristen McCammon following with five each. Erica Lotz added four and Maria Skiles had two...
Unity key for South girls' cross country (08/20/07)
With four seniors and four returning letter winners, the South Putnam's girls' cross country team will look to experience and unity in the 2007 season. "I think we will be competitive," head coach Andy Wise said. "We know that Cloverdale will be the ones to beat, but I suspect we will be a tough team too. We just want to compete well each time we go out."...
Tiger Cub boys excited as new season approaches (08/20/07)
Returning three all-WCC runners juniors Austin Woodall, Jordan Lewis and Ben Wilson, Greencastle boys' cross country coach Mike Schimpf has plenty of reasons to smile. "We're really excited about it," Schimpf said. "They had really great sophomore seasons."...
Tiger Cubs hoping new coach will equal more wins in 2007 (08/20/07)
The Greencastle girls' cross country team sports a new coach, and five of the seven girls out for the team are first-timers. However, there was no "getting to know you" time required between the girls and their new coach. GHS girls' track coach Garry Anderson has taken on the task of coaching the cross country team this fall, and all seven of his girls have run for him in track...
Eagles taking aim at top during 2007 campaign (08/20/07)
The South Putnam boys' cross country team is poised to make a charge in its 2007 campaign. The Eagles will be anchored by four seniors, three of whom are returning from last season. Brad Eickhoff, Tyler Shoffner, Jon Weaver and Seth Green will lead the squad this year. They are joined by returning underclassmen letter winners Jacob Parker, Andrew Northrup, Tyler Heavin, Dylan Hayes and Josh Olczak...
Michael L. Middleton Sr (08/20/07)
Dec. 15, 1949-Aug. 16, 2007 Michael L. Middleton Sr., 57, Danville, died Thursday at his residence. Born in Danville, Ill., he was the son of Fred and Rosamond (Hardesty) Middleton. He was working in construction...
Putnam scanner for Aug. 21, 2007 (08/20/07)
Putnam County Jail Eighteen people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Greencastle Fire Dept. Several runs were handled recently by the Greencastle Fire Dept. On Friday: On Saturday:...
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