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Stories from Friday, May 30, 2008

ATV's reported stolen (05/30/08)
A Bainbridge resident maintains there has been a rash of All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) thefts in northern Putnam County. In an e-mail to the BannerGraphic, Dan Gross said he has had three ATV's stolen in three months. Gross said the thieves are bold because they stole two that were chained together, pushing them across Main Street in Bainbridge...
Man gets 30 years for molestation (05/30/08)
A local man was sentenced Thursday to 30 years for repeat child molestation. Daniel Trueblood, 33, Putnamville, went before Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley. He was arrested on the most recent charges April 25. According to a probable cause affidavit prepared by Putnam County Sheriff's Department investigator Charles Bollinger, Trueblood was convicted of sexual battery on Aug. 22, 1997, in connection with the molestation of a 9-year-old...
Natural gas pipeline set for construction in a few weeks (05/30/08)
The Rockies Express (REX) Pipeline is set to begin construction within the next four to six weeks. REX Pipeline Spokesman Allen Fore spoke to the Greencastle Rotary Club on Wednesday. In his presentation, Fore explained how the pipeline will be used to transport natural gas from the Rocky Mountains through Putnam County all the way to eastern Ohio...
Community gathers for town PRIDE (05/30/08)
There is a man named Howard Harris who epitomizes the meaning of actions speaking louder than words. During a community meeting Thursday evening at Roachdale Elementary School put together by Delta Theta Tau Sorority to improve life in the small town, Harris spoke to the crowd...
Coon hunters at fairgrounds (05/30/08)
Putnam County Fairgrounds will be the site of the 2008 English Days June 5, 6 and 7. Hosted by the Deer Creek Coonhunter's Association, the three-day event features English coon dogs that will participate in night hunts and bench shows. With participants from all over the country, the first event will be an All-English Bench Show at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday followed by a Fellowship dinner at 5 p.m. This is open to all United English Breeders & Fanciers Association (UEB&FA) members...
Who's News for May 30, 2008 (05/30/08)
KEEGAN McLAUGHLIN, a religion major, graduated recently from Wabash College, Crawfordsville. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith McLaughlin, Roachdale and received a bachelor of arts degree on May 11. JADA BUCHANAN recently represented Ball State University's Department of Journalism at Butler University's Undergraduate Research Conference...
Putnam County athletes go for honors at IHSAA State Track Meet (05/30/08)
For four Putnam County track athletes, years of preparation will culminate this weekend at the I.U. Track facility as they compete for a state title. Greencastle has two representatives that will compete at state. Laura Weatherford will be going for two state titles while Caitlin Gannaway will do the same in the shot put...
GHS ends season with 6-5 loss in eight innings (05/30/08)
NASHVILLE -- Much like Greencastle's 2008 baseball season, Thursday night's sectional game had its ups and downs. Unlike the Tiger Cubs season, in which they started 0-10 only to close 9-6, the good part of Thursday's game came at the beginning. GHS built a 4-0 lead in the third inning, only to see the Mustangs climb back in the game, ultimately winning 6-5 in eight innings...
Cougars drop heartbreaker to Covenant Christian (05/30/08)
CLAYTON -- The best word to use in describing North Putnam's loss to Covenant Christian in Thursday's sectional matchup would be heartbreaking. The Cougars lost 13-10 to the Warriors, ending their quest to repeat as sectional champions after seizing an early lead...
South Putnam falls to Cascade 8-1 in semifinal (05/30/08)
CLAYTON -- When your top four batters go 0-for-10, not much else needs to be said. That was the reality for the South Putnam Eagles in their matchup with Cascade in the semifinal of the Cascade Sectional. The Eagles ended their season with an 8-1 loss to the Cadets...
Clovers defeat Eagles in season finale (05/30/08)
BRAZIL -- The Cloverdale golf team traveled to Oak Ridge and defeated South Putnam 322-352 in an 18-hole match Thursday. But the biggest news of the day didn't happen at the golf course. South Putnam coach Scott Ricke was not in attendance, as his family grew by one member on Thursday...
Andy Weatherford competes in regional action for Hoosiers (05/30/08)
Greencastle graduate Andy Weatherford will be competing at the Mid East Regional Track competition at the University of Arkansas on Saturday. Weatherford will be competing in the steeplechase, a 3000-meter race that includes hurdles and water barriers. He will compete against some of the best runners out there -- something he is looking forward to...
Viola L. Sinclair (05/30/08)
Mrs. Viola L. Sinclair, 82, of Eminence, died Wednesday, May 28 at Asbury Towers in Greencastle. Born in Sanger, Texas, she was the daughter of the late Carl Ramsey and Minnie (Thompson) Ramsey. She married Charles Melvin Sinclair on Nov. 11, 1942, and he survives...
Charles W. Schiewer (05/30/08)
Charles W. "Chuck" Schiewer, 69, of Pittsboro, died Wednesday, May 28, 2008, at Clarian Health/Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Mr. Schiewer was born Feb. 25, 1939, in Dayton, Ohio, to Fred and Bernetta (Wykoff) Schiewer. He was married to Barbara McKenzie on May 9, 1981, and she survives...
Putnam Scanner for May 30, 2008 (05/30/08)
Putnam County Jail Five people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Department One accident was reported recently at the Putnam County Jail. Damage was estimated between $1,000 - $2,500...
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