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Stories from Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Teen accused in deadly crash released on bond (12/04/07)
The Brazil teenager who led police on a high-speed chase last month that ended in a crash that killed a Northview High School student on U.S. 40 on the Putnam/Clay county line will spend no time in jail while he awaits trial. Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley set bail for Cody D. Wright, 18, Brazil, at $10,000 with a $1,000 surety bond Monday, which his parents posted after the hearing...
Mayor-elect announces goals for her first 100 days (12/04/07)
Greencastle Mayor-Elect Sue Murray has about a month to go before she takes over the reins of city government, but she isn't packing up her office at Putnam County Hospital just yet. Since her election to the office in November, Murray has spent much of her time meeting with the heads of various city departments and putting together her plans for running the city during her first 100 days in office...
Commissioners hear progress of new EOC (12/04/07)
Progress continues on construction of a new Emergency Operations Center for 911 dispatching. Putnam County Commissioners Jim Baird, Gene Beck and Kristina Warren approved purchase of a generator, transfer switches and uninterrupted power supplies at a total of $70,433 during a regular session Monday evening...
City Sewer plant awarded for safety (12/04/07)
The Greencastle Wastewater Treatment Plant, and the staff who operate it, recently received accolades for their efforts to run a safe facility. For scoring greater than 95 percent on a 100-point inspection that occurred at the plant recently, the Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA) awarded the sewage plant with its top distinction, denoted by a plaque that Supt. George Russell displays proudly in the lobby...
CMS seventh grade wins first (12/04/07)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale seventh grade boys' basketball team picked up its first win of the season Monday, defeating Clay City 32-20. The Clovers improved their record to 1-4 on the season. Kedrick Collett, Dustin Cummings and Justin Wilson each scored nine points to lead the Cloverdale attack. Jourdan Smith rounded out the scoring with five points...
Lady Clovers edge Eels at home, 48-45 (12/04/07)
CLOVERDALE -- the Monday night showdown between the Cloverdale Clovers and Eminence Eels girls basketball squads provided enough drama that it left both stands on their feet salivating for more. The Clovers outlasted Eminence 48-45, to push their record to 5-2 on the season...
GMS 8th graders split with Tuttle (12/04/07)
The Greencastle eighth grade boys' basketball A team fell to Tuttle (Crawfordsville), 48-43 Monday. The Tiger Cubs trailed most of the first half but rallied in the third to take a 35-33 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Tuttle outscored GMS 15-8 in the final period to grab the victory. With the loss, Greencastle moves to 4-3 on the season...
Elnora Sunshine Clines (12/04/07)
Elnora Sunshine Clines, 80, Greencastle, died Sunday. Born March 24, 1927 in Owen County, she was the daughter of John and Myrtle (Routt)Bowman. Clines was a member of first Baptist Church in Greencastle and had been a cook in the Cloverdale School System for many years...
Margaret C. "Peggy" Moore (12/04/07)
Margaret C. "Peggy" Moore, 81, Greencastle, died Monday. Born Feb. 15, 1926 in Martinsville, she was the daughter of Richard E. and Grace E. (McClay) Sandy. Moore attended Greencastle High School and Stephens College and graduated from DePauw University...
Vivian Reta Runnells (12/04/07)
Vivian Reta Runnells, 69, Greencastle, died Sunday. Born Dec. 28, 1937, in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Everett and Violet (Miller) York. She was a cook at DePauw University for several years and a cashier at Wal-Mart. She was a member of Peace Lutheran Church and was an active member of the Lutheran Ladies Missionary League...
Putnam Scanner for Dec. 4, 2007 (12/04/07)
Putnam County Jail Six people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Dept. Putnam County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to several crashes recently. Tracy D. Howlett, 43, Greencastle, was driving north on County Road 400 West near County Road 550 South at about 2:36 p.m., when she lost of her 1996 Oldsmobile Aurora and slid into oncoming traffic...
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