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Stories from Sunday, September 23, 2007

City tries to minimize asphalt effect (09/23/07)
When driving to the store, whether it's a quick stop for a gallon of milk or for an extended stroll with a shopping cart, many motorists like to park conveniently close to the entrance. A "sea of asphalt" in front of buildings, however, may create more environmental problems than the convenience it gives to consumers, and that is one reason for commercial parking regulations in the City of Greencastle...
City leaders agree to continue take-home police car policy (09/23/07)
Several months after the Greencastle Police Department implemented a new policy whereby officers can drive their patrol cars off duty, city officials agreed to let the program continue. Board of Works members Sue Murray, Thom Morris and Mayor Nancy Michael received a three-month update on the program last week from Police Chief Tom Sutherlin...
Change of attorney for Alexander (09/23/07)
The Greencastle lawyer representing the former Putnam County Sheriff's Department Ombudsman who was arrested for allegedly stealing more than $45,000 in federal grant money no longer wants to defend his client in court. Citing a "breakdown in the attorney-client relationship," Jeffrey Bog­gess filed motions in Putnam Coun­ty Superior Court Tuesday to withdraw as Alexander's legal council...
Edwin Ray Hatfield (09/23/07)
Edwin Ray Hatfield, 83, Roachdale, died Saturday morning at his residence. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of Edwin Ray and Mary Alice (Watkins) Hatfield. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he was a 1942 graduate of Roachdale High School and retired from farming and IBM Corp. at Greencastle...
Charlene E. Cox (09/23/07)
Charlene E. Cox, 56, Greencastle, died Friday evening at her residence. Born in Terre Haute, she was the daughter of Gerald P. and Eileen (Fox) Yater. She was a 1969 graduate of Reelsville High School. She was in partnership with Central Insurance Agency and later was an agent for Old National Bank Insurance, and for Hayes Murphy and Sharp Insurance. ...
Emma 'Frances' Allen (09/23/07)
Emma "Frances" Allen, 101, Greencastle, died Saturday morning at Asbury Towers. Born in Greenwood, she was the daughter of Leander and Kate (Walker) Browning. She was a graduate of Danville Normal College with a degree in elementary education. She was a homemaker and a third-grade teacher at Miller Elementary School for four years. ...
Putnam Scanner for 9-24-07 (09/23/07)
Putnam County Jail Five people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. City police Greencastle police issued traffic citations recently. On Sept. 14: On Sept. 16: Greencastle Fire Dept. Greencastle firefighters handled several runs recently...
September 2007

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