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Stories from Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Greencastle election results (11/06/07)
Results of the Primary Election in Greencastle Vote total followed by percentage of votes. Winner in bold Mayor Sue Murray -- Total 1,046 for 53.81 percent. Steve Butts -- Total 898 for 46.19 percent. Clerk/Treasurer Rhonda Chaney -- Total 823 for 42.91 percent...
7,600 registered to vote in municipal elections (11/06/07)
Putnam County Clerk Marty Watts is urging residents of Greencastle and the towns throughout the county to vote in the municipal election today. The polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Putnam County residents who live outside of town and Greencastle city limits are not eligible to vote today...
GHS principal among top in state (11/06/07)
Jim Church might be the one who's in the running for principal of the year, but he spent most of his time Monday afternoon praising Greencastle High School's teachers. The Indiana Association of School Principals announced that Church will be the high school principal of the year for District Eight, which includes Putnam, Hendricks and Vigo counties -- as well as six others...
North Putnam Thespians perform 'Harvey' (11/06/07)
North Putnam thespian Troupe No. 1478 will present the play "Harvey" at times to be determined by whether North Putnam wins the football game on Friday, Nov. 9. Admission will be $3 pre-sale and $4 at the door of the high school auditorium. The show is directed by Linda Gjesvold with assistance from Serena Crum...
City begins leaf removal (11/06/07)
Putnam County Playhouse seeks new directors (11/06/07)
The Putnam County Playhouse is looking for directors for its 47th season in the summer of 2008. Anyone who wants to be considered for these positions should send a letter of intent to: Putnam County Playhouse, Director Search 2008, P.O. Box 309, Greencastle IN 46135...
NP honors fall athletes (11/06/07)
North Putnam honored fall athletes at Monday's fall sports recognition program. The football team will be honored at a later program after the conclusion of its season. All-WCC performers from team sports were T.J. Wilhite (soccer), Ashlee Pinney (soccer), Cara Horn (soccer), Leah Crosby (soccer), Taylor Alles (volleyball) and Kyle Smith (soccer)...
Opens Hearts Christian Fellowship capture trophy in church league (11/06/07)
The Open Hearts Christian Fellowship team was the first winner of the traveling trophy of the new bowling league for churches. This is a new league that Alex Alleys and Steve Cash organized this season to give the churches of Putnam County a chance to fellowship with each other and engage in a little competitive bowling at the same time, just like softball, except the weather doesn't prevent them from doing so...
Putnam Scanner Nov. 6, 2007 (11/06/07)
Sheriff's Dept. Sheriff's deputies responded to six car-deer crashes Friday. • Nancy L. Wilderman, 44, Rockville, told police she was driving west on U.S. 36 near County Road 400 West at about 5:25 a.m. when a deer ran in front of her. She told Lt. Danny Wallace that she then struck the deer with her 1999 Ford Ranger, causing less than $1,000 in damage, according to a police report...
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