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Stories from Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Man facing felony battery charges (06/10/08)
A Greencastle man was formally charged with felony battery in Putnam County Circuit Court Monday. Jeremy L. Musall, 24, is charged with Class C felony battery in connection with a June 5 incident in which John Sanders, 26, of Greencastle was so severely beaten he was hospitalized for several days...
Coatesville man found dead in Mill Creek (06/10/08)
A boating accident in flooded Mill Creek over the weekend has taken the life of a Coatesville man. Indiana Conservation Officers located the body of 44-year-old Mark Stroud at around 11:30 a.m. Monday. According to a press release, Stroud and his friend where operating his airboat on floodwaters near his home on Saturday. Stroud's passenger told authorities he and his friend drove the airboat into the channel on Mill Creek...
Drivers told to obey flood signs (06/10/08)
Putnam County Emergency Manager Kim Hyten warned residents Monday to obey all traffic signs posted in areas that are flooded or damaged by flooding. "We need people to use common sense," said Hyten. "The signs are up for a good reason. It's a safety issue. I know people like to get out and play around but it's dangerous. Please don't take down tape or move signs blocking damaged roads."...
Water superintendent's salary ordinance split (06/10/08)
At their meeting last week, Fillmore Town Council members Wes Terhune, Alan Jones and Jeff Osborn voted to split the water superintendent salary ordinance in order to hire Jim Nelson to oversee the water and sewer departments in Fillmore. Jeremy Robinson was hired to do the local labor...
CCSC improvements on track (06/10/08)
The building of Cloverdale High School's bleachers was reported as being ahead of schedule Monday evening. A spokesman from Kramer Companies reported to the board that they are ahead of schedule on a lot of things. The "home bleachers" were not slated to begin being built until June 30 and are already 75-percent completed...
Memorial blood drive set (06/10/08)
A blood drive in memory of a 32-year veteran of the Putnam County Sheriff's Department is set for Friday. The event will be in honor of Capt. Jim Baugh, who died Jan. 2, 2004. The drive will be held at the Greencastle Christian Church, and will run from 2 to 6 p.m. It is the second annual drive held in Baugh's memory, and is part of the weeklong, statewide Indiana Fallen Officer Blood Drive initiative...
Quarter horse events coming to Cloverdale (06/10/08)
CLOVERDALE -- Two national events are set to take place at the Crossroads Arena in Cloverdale. The first, the Indiana Quarter Horse Association Show, will run Thursday through Sunday. This show, which is American Quarter Horse Association-approved, will test the abilities of participating animals in dozens of different classes and events, including jumping, reining, barrel racing, cutting, roping and pole bending...
Bonnie Emery (06/10/08)
Bonnie Butler Emery, 62, passed away Monday, June 9, 2008 in Greenwood. Bonnie Lee Butler was born in Putnam County, the daughter of Maynard (Buck) Butler and Betty Chadd on Sept. 12, 1945. She was raised on the Butler farm on the Belle Union Road, where she spent her youth...
Brian K. Haltom (06/10/08)
Brian K. Haltom, 44, Wheaton, Ill., formerly of Cloverdale, died Sunday at Lombard, Ill. Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Larry and Dixie (Sparks) Haltom, of Cloverdale. He married Trisha Marie Uhl on Aug. 26, 2005 and she also survives. He was a 1982 graduate of Cloverdale High School, 1994 graduate of Indiana State University and a 1994 graduate of Philadelphia Institute...
Putnam Scanner for June 10, 2008 (06/10/08)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. Sheriff's Department Several accident reports were recently turned in at the Putnam County Sheriff's Department. Damage was estimated between $2,500 - $5,000. Damage was estimated between $750 - $1,000...
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