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Stories from Thursday, September 13, 2007

Almost Home chef nominated for Golden Whisk Award (09/13/07)
This December when Thursa Evens turns 80 she plans to retire from Almost Home Tea Room as their pastry chef. When she goes she will leave a legacy of award-winning pastry behind. Recently nominated for a Women Chef and Restaurateurs (WCR) Golden Whisk Award sponsored by The Institute of Culinary Education, she has been baking most of her life...
Barn destroyed by fire (09/13/07)
A fire engulfed and gutted a storage barn just west of Cloverdale town limits Tuesday evening. Firefighters were called to 483 E. County Road 1000 S at about 6:30 p.m. When they arrived, the building was fully engulfed in flames. The Cloverdale Township Volunteer Fire Department had the blaze under control within about four minutes, though, said fire fighter Tod Shedron...
Man airlifted after Owen County crash (09/13/07)
A Brazil man not wearing his seatbelt had to be extricated from his sport utility vehicle in a 7:45 p.m. Wednesday accident south of Cloverdale in Owen County. Cloverdale Fire Chief Kerry Shepherd reported that Chad Harmon was driving a northbound 2006 Equinox when the SUV left the east side of U.S. 231 north of Cataract Road. The vehicle struck several parked vehicles at McHughes Auto Repair, and then struck a utility pole. The pole broke, causing the transformer to fall to the ground...
Local Rotary seeks exchange students, host families (09/13/07)
The Rotary Clubs of Central Indiana are interviewing local families who are interested in hosting students from around the world as part of an international student exchange program. They are also interviewing local young people who are interested in attending secondary school overseas for one year as part of an international student exchange program...
Grants available for youth projects (09/13/07)
The Putnam County Community Foundation announces the availability of grants for groups of youth in Putnam County conducting charitable work, including school and church groups, scouting organizations, 4-H clubs, and any other youth group. Grants can range in size from $50 to $500...
Area 7 provide prescription plan counseling (09/13/07)
The Area 7 Agency on Aging will provide free counseling for seniors who have not yet picked a Medicare prescription plan throughout October, November and December. Counselors will be at the Putnam County Library in Study Room A on the following dates and times:...
Cloverdale teen to compete for junior crown (09/13/07)
A Cloverdale teen will compete in the 2007 Miss Junior Teen Indianapolis pageant this weekend. South Putnam freshman Aisa Terry will compete in modeling routines that include casual wear and formal wear in the Nationals Inc.-sponsored event Sunday. However, most importantly, contestants will be judged on their personalities, a news release said...
Event to raise funds for K-9 program (09/13/07)
Supporters of Cloverdale Police Chief Charlie Hallam and his retired K-9 Alec are hoping a retirement party for the dog help ensure that future police canines can serve the Cloverdale area. The celebration, which will take place from 10 a.m-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. ...
Horses approved for residential area (09/13/07)
The Putnam County Plan Commission voted 5-2 Thursday night to allow horses on property zoned medium residential. The vote came after County Commissioners Attorney Scott Hoff asked the board to make a decision on whether horses can be kept on residential property...
Clovers win both sides of triangular with North Putnam and Owen Valley (09/13/07)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale cross country teams hosted a three-way meet with North Putnam and Owen Valley Tuesday night. The hosts won both the girls' and boys' events. North Putnam finished third in the girls' meet and had an incomplete team for the boys' race...
Tiger Cub tennis drops tough match (09/13/07)
The Greencastle tennis team fought a hard battle with Edgewood Wednesday, but came out on the short end of some close matches to lose 4-1 to the Mustangs. "We played a really good team, and it was a really competitive match," Coach Terry Ross said. "It was not a bad match at all."...
GHS volleyball loses in three games (09/13/07)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Greencastle volleyball team traveled to Terre Haute South Wednesday and endured a rough night against the Braves. The Tiger Cubs lost 25-10, 25-12, 25-13 to drop their season record to 7-10. "This was a very tough team to play against," said Coach Trish Lowe. "We did some good things in the second and third games, but we had no answer for their jump serve and right side attacker."...
GHS runs at Ben Davis Invitational (09/13/07)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Greencastle girls' cross country team came up against some tough competition Tuesday at the Ben Davis Invitational. The difficulty of the meet showed as the Tiger Cubs finished 15th out of 16 teams. "This was real tough competition -- seven teams were ranked in the top 25 in state rankings," said GHS coach Garry Anderson. "Several outstanding runners performed like the runners they are."...
Donald L. "Don" Hudkins (09/13/07)
Donald L. "Don" Hudkins, 79, Sebastian, Fla., died Wednesday at the VNA Hospice House in Vero Beach, Fla. Born in Fulton County, had lived in Sebastian for 18 years, moving from Plainfield. He ad been a superintendent with the Indiana Department of Correction...
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