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Stories from Sunday, December 30, 2007

BBQ on the menu at Smoking Hog (12/30/07)
Within the first week of 2008, Smokin Hog BBQ will open its doors, and owner Reah Griffin suggest that residents of Greencastle look for smoke signals. Griffin is not new to barbeque, she got her start seven years ago slinging pulled pork and slaw at biker rallies across Indiana, and says that the road warriors know good barbeque. If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere...
New fire protection rating ahead (12/30/07)
The town of Cloverdale is up for a re-evaluation of its fire protection rating, but there's been no change yet. Inspectors from the Insurance Services Office will come to Cloverdale sometime after the New Year to rate the quality of the Cloverdale Township Volunteer Fire Department and fire protection for the town, said Fire Department Chief Kerry Shepherd and an ISO spokesman...
Police urge caution for New Year's holiday (12/30/07)
State and local law enforcement officials are urging Putnam County residents to exercise caution this New Year's Eve, a night that Indiana State Police Capt. George Schneider says completes the holiday road hazard trifecta -- alcohol, excessive speed and slick roads...
Cloverdale boys take tough loss (12/30/07)
ELNORA -- Despite a three-point halftime lead over Southwestern, the Cloverdale boys' basketball team struggled in the second half Saturday and fell to the Rebels 69-39 on the final day of the Graber Post Buildings Classic. The Clovers (3-7, 0-2 WCC) finished sixth in the tournament...
Clover girls second at Brown County (12/30/07)
NASHVILLE -- The Cloverdale girls' basketball split a pair of games at Saturday's Brown County Tournament to claim second place in the event. The Clovers (8-3, 2-0 WCC) won their opening game against Indianapolis Howe, 62-34. In the championship game, they came up short against the host Eagles, 63-45...
DPU women move to 8-2 (12/30/07)
The sixth-ranked DePauw women improved to 8-2 on the season following a 60-45 win over visiting Ohio Northern. The Polar Bears dropped to 9-3 with the loss. The victory was DePauw's 17th straight home win and 36th consecutive regular season victory at the Neal Fieldhouse...
Nellie Rose Green (12/30/07)
Nellie Rose Green, 80, Salem, died Sunday morning at Meadowview Health Care Center in Salem. Born in Washington County, she was the daughter of Elza and Loraine (Ridener) Highfill. She was retired from ravelers in Orleans, and was a former employee of Goodwill Industries and Meadowview Health Care Center. She was a member of Saltillo Christian Church and Rebekah Lodge 238 in Seminole, Okla, and the Mitchell VFW Auxiliary...
Putnam Scanner for 12-29-07 (12/30/07)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Greencastle Fire Dept. A structure fire was among four emergency runs handled recently by the Greencastle Fire Dept...
December 2007

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