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Stories from Thursday, October 4, 2007

County EMA director arrested, charged with battery (10/04/07)
A Putnam County official is facing charges of domestic battery following his arrest early Wednesday. Emergency Management Director Kim Rey Hyten, 39, of North CR 275 East in Fillmore, was booked into the Putnam County Jail by Indiana State Police Trooper Charlie Boller at 3:51 a.m...
GHS Prince and Princess candidates (10/04/07)
Remnant of Cloverdale fire department sold (10/04/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Council President Don Sublett knew the outcome of Wednesday night's vote on whether to sell one of the town's fire trucks before the board even met. The council approved 3-2, over the protests of members John Davis and Judy Whitaker, the sale for $13,000 of the Snorkle engine, belonging to the now disbanded Cloverdale town fire department. Sublett presented the council with a bill of sale and a cashier's check from the Albuquerque, N.M. couple who agreed to buy the vehicle...
Environment focus of DPU Discoure 2007 (10/04/07)
Today begins the three-day "DePauw Discourse 2007: Sustainability and Global Citizenship."' The fall program will provide members of the University community with opportunities to engage in thought-provoking discussion about pressing global environmental challenges. Continuing through Saturday, DePauw Discourse lectures, which are presented by the Washington C. DePauw Society, are free and open to all...
Cougars play to tie with Wildcats (10/04/07)
BAINBRIDGE -- The North Putnam girls' soccer team ended its regular season earning a tie with South Vermillion 1-1 on Wednesday night. North Putnam held the Wildcats scoreless for much of the first half, but South Vermillion hit a goal with 7:47 on the clock...
GHS volleyball grabs victory over Cascade (10/04/07)
CLAYTON -- The Greencastle volleyball team downed the Cascade Cadets in three game Wednesday night. The Tiger Cubs won 25-12, 25-19 and 25-23. "This was truly a team win," head coach Trish Lowe said. Although the Tiger Cubs grabbed the victory, it didn't come without sacrifice. Greencastle lost Kristen Flint in the first game and looked to its bench to fill the void...
Cloverdale Middle School sweeps Putnam County tournament at South Putnam (10/04/07)
The four county middle schools converged on South Putnam to compete in the Putnam County cross country tournament. Cloverdale won both events, with the boys' winning with a score of 22 and the girls' posting a perfect score of 15. For the boys', Cloverdale's Ethan Maners led the way with a time of 11:14. Teammates Jourdan Smith ran a time of 11:57 and Bret Brumfield recorded a time of 12:18 to take the top three spots...
Rachel Cooper (10/04/07)
A memorial service has been planned for Rachel Cooper, 86, formerly of Putnam County, who died Jan. 12 in Panama City, Fla. The service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at Brick Chapel Church with burial to follow at Brick Chapel Cemetery. Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of the late Ira and Lucille Hutcheson. She met and married Red Cooper, her husband of 39 years...
Police and fire scanners for Oct. 4, 2007 (10/04/07)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently Sheriff's?Dept. One accident was investigated recently by the Putnam County Sheriff's Department. Randall M. Hayes, 49, of 6874 East U.S. 40, told police he was pulling out of the gas station when he struck the car driven by Beverley J. Bannon, 62, of Crawfordsville, according to a police report...
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