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Stories from Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Restaurant owners who don't pay up won't get permit (11/20/07)
In the wake of recent publicity about food safety in local restaurants, the Putnam County Health Officer says restaurants who do not pay their fines will not have their permits reissued to continue operations. Dr. Robert Heavin told the Putnam County Commissioners on Monday that there are some restaurants who have been cited for issues that have not paid the associated fines. He did not specify which restaurants, or the dollar amounts of the fines...
No punishment sought for DNR officer in restaurant deer case (11/20/07)
The conservation officer who delivered a deer carcass to employees at La Charreada last month will not be disciplined for his actions, the officer's supervisor at the Department of Natural Resources said. Officer Ken Spence delivered a road kill deer to an employee at La Charreada on the afternoon of Oct. ...
Christmas lights hung around town (11/20/07)
Hosptial plans unveiling of new cancer treatment center (11/20/07)
Putnam County Hospital is planning to unveil its new cancer center, set for completion by Nov. 30. The new cancer center is just one part of a five-phase reconstruction project for the hospital and will include seven infusion areas and three examination rooms...
Prosecutor to review crash that killed teen (11/20/07)
Released from Wishard Hospital in Indianapolis sometime Sunday, it is unclear what lies ahead for a Brazil teenager involved in a fatal traffic accident in Putnam County Saturday. Putnam County Prosecutor Tim Bookwalter was at the accident scene at the Clay-Putnam County line where Brandee N. Siples, 17, Brazil, died after her boyfriend, Cody Wright, 18, Brazil, crashed a 1992 Chevrolet Camaro during a high-speed pursuit with Indiana State Police...
Residents of Cloverdale rally behind effort to renovate the town park (11/20/07)
A community spirit enveloped the Cloverdale Community Park earlier this fall when the inaugural Picnic for the Patch was put on by members of the Cloverdale Civic League. Members of the community have been working hard for the past several months making improvements at the park on U.S. 231 south and hope to continue improvements into 2008...
First-year GHS girls' swimming coach sets goals high, takes aim at state titles (11/20/07)
By JARED JERNAGAN Sports Editor Taking over a highly successful program as a first-time head coach is a mixed blessing. On one hand, returning athletes understand what it takes to be successful and what is expected of them. On the other hand, high expectations can sometimes be overwhelming...
Eagles look to equal last year's quality (11/20/07)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Writer South Putnam boys' and girls' swim team will attack the pool with good numbers and an equally good work ethic in the '07-'08 campaign. "We have a good group of girls that are about the same speed, so they really push each other in practice. We have 13 girls in the water and two divers. It's a good-sized team and I've been happy with their work," Eagle head coach Joe Condon said...
SP seventh-graders loss to Tri-West (11/20/07)
The South Putnam seventh grade A and B teams competed against Tri-West Monday night. The A team lost to the Bruins 27-13, while the B team lost 30-14. The Eagles' A team was led by Aaron Parker with eight points, with?Lewie Knoy contributing five points...
North Putnam boys defeat CMS (11/20/07)
The North Putnam Middle School boys' basketball squad defeated Cloverdale, 32-23 Monday night. The Cougars took advantage of the Clovers in the second quarter and outscored CMS 14-3, to grab a halftime lead of 23-12. Leading the way for the Cougars was Payne Stewart with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Jacob Lewis recorded nine points and seven rebound in the contest...
SP wrestlers compete at Brownsburg (11/20/07)
South Putnam Wrestling opened its season at the Brownsburg High School Invitational this past Saturday. The Eagles were victorious over Indy Washington and Fishers. They were 2-3 on the day suffering losses to Brownsburg, Plainfield, and Zionsville...
Arthur W. Neese Jr. (11/20/07)
Arthur W. Neese Jr., 74, Greencastle, died Sunday at his residence. Born in Clayton, he was the son of Arthur W. and Berneice (Rawlings) Neese. He married Virginia Jones on April 27, 1957, and she survives. He was a graduate of Knightsville High School and was a U.S. Navy veteran of the Korean War...
Putnam Scanner for Nov. 20, 2007 (11/20/07)
Putnam County Jail One person was booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. Sheriff's deputies responded to several crashes recently. Andrew R. King, 19, pulled into the driveway of a home on Lincoln Hill Drive at about 4:18 a.m. then drove across the front yard and turned, sideswiping the side of the house before coming to a rest against a fence -- 1 foot from a propane tank, according to a police report...
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