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Stories from Saturday, April 26, 2008

Piles of pipe appear near Bainbridge (04/26/08)
Oversized trucks escorted by police on Friday morning added to the huge pile of pipes for the Rockies Express (REX) gas pipeline that will run across Putnam County. Trucks have been traveling to a large area just past U.S. Hwy. 36 on U.S. Hwy. 231 N. to drop off pipes...
Houses transformed by Rebuilding Together (04/26/08)
A home on Beveridge Street will undergo a complete transformation Saturday when 50 members of Rebuilding Together start work on it. The Rebuilding Together organization is made up of five churches and other community volunteers who help fix up homes for elderly citizens...
Tzouanakis kids learn at Little Walnut Creek (04/26/08)
On April 17, Eve Stark's combined fourth and fifth grade students from Tzouanakis Intermediate School went to Little Walnut Creek to conduct one of their four yearly monitoring sessions. Each year they monitor the site by doing a stream survey, a chemical analysis of the water and monitoring the benthic macro invertebrates that are in the water...
Hartman House to sponsor volunteer week observance (04/26/08)
DePauw University's Hartman House for Civic Education and Leadership will sponsor the 2008 Putnam County National Volunteer Week observed April 27 to May 3. National Volunteer Week (NVW) began in 1974, when President Richard Nixon signed an executive order establishing an annual celebration of volunteering. Thousands of volunteers nationwide receive recognition for their commitment to service each year...
Jones, Rooker power Cougars past Bruins (04/26/08)
BAINBRIDGE -- North Putnam and Tri-West combined for 31 runs but it was the Cougars who came out on top, 19-12 in Friday's contest. North Putnam pitcher David Church got the starting nod, but was quickly pulled after allowing seven runs in the first inning. The Bruins jumped out to an 8-0 lead but North Putnam would respond...
South Putman remains perfect with win (04/26/08)
CLINTON -- The South Putnam girls' tennis team remains perfect after defeating South Vermillion 3-2 Thursday night on the road. "Varisty and junior varisty played some fantastic tennis," South Putnam head coach Johnnie Briones said. Senior Chelsea Clark rebounded from a couple of tough outings to gain the Eagles' lone win in singles competition. ...
George L. Templeman (04/26/08)
George L. Templeman, 84, Roachdale died Friday at the Waters of Greencastle. Born in 1923 in Greencastle, he was the son of Flem Dud and Elizabeth Lee (Payne) Templeman. He was a graduate of Bainbridge High School class of 1942. He married Gladys M. (Stevens) Templeman in 1945 and she survives...
James "Curley" Hamilton (04/26/08)
James "Curley" Hamilton, 79, died Wednesday. He was born in Clayton in 1928 and was the son of Milton and Eva Boyer Hamilton. He worked in maintenance at Bridgeport Brass for 33 years retiring in 1985. He was preceded in death by his wife Ruby and daughter, Karen Hamilton...
Mary Jo Johnson (04/26/08)
Mary Jo Johnson, 91, Crawfordsville, former resident of Russellville, died Friday at Williamsburg Healthcare. Services are pending at Machledt & Servies Funeral Home at Waveland.
Putnam Scanner For April 26 (04/26/08)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked in the Putnam County Jail recently: Sheriff's Department The Putnam County Sheriff's Department investigated one accident recently. Damage was estimated between $1,000 - $2,500. Greencastle Fire Dept. The Greencastle Fire Department made the following run on Friday:...
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