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Stories from Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Ivy Tech breaks ground for campus (05/28/08)
Sen. Connie Lawson called the construction of a new Ivy Tech Community College Facility in Greencastle "'Field of Dreams' in reverse." "They come, so we build it," she said at Tuesday's groundbreaking ceremony for the $8.6 million, 32,000 square foot Center for Workforce & Economic Development...
Town finds itself in financial crunch (05/28/08)
CLOVERDALE -- Town Clerk Treasurer Patti Truax pleaded with the council Tuesday evening to cut back on unnecessary expenses. The general fund for the town is down to $25,000. This is the fund that is used to pay part of the employees their wages every week...
Garage salers a dedicated bunch (05/28/08)
With five grandsons to buy for, Greencastle residents Paul and Kathy Brown can almost always find something at local garage sales. "We go every weekend, it's our Saturday thing," said Kathy Brown. "We've bought a television, furniture and lots of boys clothes," she added...
Thousands of pop tabs collected for good cause (05/28/08)
Members of Putnam County Extension Homemaker clubs recently collected more than 300 pounds of aluminum can tabs to benefit Ronald McDonald House. "At about 1,000 tabs per pound, that is a lot of tabs," said Kim Lawrenz, county volunteer community support chairperson for the Extension Homemakers...
Dowtown expansion gets second approval (05/28/08)
The plan to expand Greencastle's downtown economic development area got a second approval Tuesday night with the city plan commission offering its unanimous approval. Last week, the redevelopment commission approved a resolution to expand the economic development area from it current size of a few blocks near DePauw University to the entire city center. This includes everything from the Putnam County Courthouse Annex on West Liberty Street eastward to City Hall...
Summer Classical Music Festival continues tonight (05/28/08)
The Greencastle Summer Classical Music Festival continues this evening at 7:30 p.m. in Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church with "Soothing Songs for a Summer Evening" performed by DePauw School of Music faculty member soprano Barbara Paré and pianist John Clodfelter, joined by violinist Allison Edberg and cellist Eric Edberg...
Greencastle gets win over South Putnam (05/28/08)
BRAZIL -- The Greencastle golf team picked up a big win over county rival South Putnam Tuesday 316-349, running their record to 14-3 in duel events this season. The Tiger Cubs were without No. 1 golfer Eric Davis, but GHS more than made up for his absence...
James R. Albin (05/28/08)
James R. "Jim" Albin, 60, of Greencastle died Sunday. Mr. Albin was born March 18, 1948 in Greencastle to Wilmer J. and Julia M. (Friend) Albin. He was a 1966 graduate of Bainbridge High School and received his associate's degree from Indiana State University...
Margaret Currie (05/28/08)
Margaret Jane Currie, 69, Indianapolis, died May 27, 2008. She was born in Indianapolis on Oct. 2, 1938 to the late Joe and Jerri Currie Lupton. She was also preceded in death by her stepfather Clark Lupton, stepbrother Jerry Lupton, and stepsister Pat Rager...
Putnam Scanner for May 28, 2008 (05/28/08)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Department Several accidents were investigated recently by the Putnam County Sheriff's Department. Damage was estimated between $5,000 - $10,000. Damage was estimated between $1,000 - $2,500...
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