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Stories from Saturday, November 3, 2007

College Corner approaching finish (11/03/07)
Developers of the new College Corner shopping center across from Kroger in Greencastle hope to complete a portion of the project by the end of November. John F. Cunningham, president of his Frankfort, Ind., company John F. Cunningham and Associates, said he hopes to vacate his current Kork and Keg liquor store at the V-intersection of Indianapolis Road and Washington Street and move into his new store just to the east by the end of the month...
New system helps county firefighters (11/03/07)
Is that mysterious white powder anthrax or is it talcum? A new piece of diagnostic equipment in the hands of Putnam County emergency responders can now determine that in a matter of seconds -- down to the brand. Thanks to a Department of Homeland Security program, the Putnam County Board of Health received a Smith Detection HazMatID hazardous material detection system in September, free of charge...
Cloverdale Legion hosts Thanksgiving Dinner (11/03/07)
The Cloverdale American Legion Hurst-Collins Post No. 281 is planning a Thanksgiving Day dinner for the residents of Cloverdale and neighboring communities. Several members of the Legion, Sons-of-Legion and the Ladies Auxiliary have volunteered to take part in and organize this inaugural Thanksgiving Day Dinner. It has been named "Operation Turkey Feast."...
Impact of Chrysler job cuts unclear (11/03/07)
A spokesman for the automotive parts company that employs 1,000 Greencastle workers said he does not know whether job cuts at Chrysler will force similar downsizing in Putnam County. "We're working night and day to assess what is going to happen," said International Automotive Components spokesman David Ladd. "We're certainly going to have to understand that pretty soon, though."...
Cougar football brings home sectional title with 26-7 win over Monrovia (11/03/07)
MONROVIA -- With a cold November wind descending upon Monrovia's Gordon Hadley field, the North Putnam Cougars turned up the heat in the second half and defeated the Bulldogs 26-7 to capture their second consecutive sectional championship. Believed to be but a stepping-stone to the regional, Monrovia took the field with nothing to lose and controlled the game early...
Tiger volleyball advances (11/03/07)
SHERMAN, Texas -- DePauw advanced to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Volleyball semifinals following a 3-0 win over 23rd-ranked Colorado College in quarterfinal action at Austin College. The fifth-seeded Tigers won by scores of 30-23, 35-33, 30-27 and improved to 24-11...
Charles F. ‘Chuck' Brewer (11/03/07)
Charles F. "Chuck" Brewer, 50, Greencastle, died Thursday at his residence. Born in Indianapolis, he was the son of Frank H. and Joan P. (Breedon) Brewer. He had worked as an auto body repairman at the Speedway Body Shop for 10 years, retiring after 20 years of service at the Sharp Ford body shop in Indianapolis. His memberships included the Moose Lodge and Eagles Lodge, both in Greencastle, American Legion and AmVets, both in Rockville...
Putnam Scanner for Nov. 3, 2007 (11/03/07)
Putnam County Jail Two people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. • William Joseph Miles, 38, Brazil, was at 5:52 p.m. Thursday for driving while suspended or revoked. He was arrested by State Police Trooper William Patterson and released at noon on Friday...
November 2007

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