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Stories from Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Voters' league challenging ID law (06/25/08)
The League of Women Voters of Indiana is challenging a state law. The organization filed a complaint last week in Marion County Superior Court requesting that Public Law 109-2005, which requires Indiana residents to present a government-issued photo ID before casting a ballot at the polls on Election Day, be declared unconstitutional under the Indiana Constitution...
Police: watch out for flood scam (06/25/08)
Local residents need to be careful when approached by people claiming to be from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) or the Small Business Administration (SBA). One scam artist has been reported in the area according to FEMA representative Greg Hughes...
Let Freedom Ring (06/25/08)
Annual 4-H Fair wants you! (06/25/08)
The theme for this year's Putnam County 4-H Fair Parade is "Sharing the American Spirit." Parade chair Dorothy Edwards said the committee is looking for veterans to participate in the parade -- in particular, they are seeking the oldest veteran in the county to act as the parade's grand marshal...
Got gravel? County has dust solution (06/25/08)
The Putnam County Commissioners have announced the Dust Control Program for 2008. The County will match funds up to $20,000 for Putnam County residents who live on gravel roads. Residents can choose between calcium chloride treatment and oil treatment to control the dust in front of their homes...
Slammers win again (06/25/08)
The North American Homes Slammers extended their PCGSL winning streak to seven with a pair of recent wins. Their record is 9-2 and they sit in second place behind the Eagles. They won a 12-7 decision against Hendricks Regional. Vanessa Weddell had a double. Grace Gillen, Kaylee Hughes, Rachel Dozier, Erika Bright-French, Courtney Horton, Alizza Jackson and Weddell all had multiple hits....
June Bash champions (06/25/08)
The June Bash All-Star Tournament was held in Brazil this past weekend with the championship game being played Monday night. Greencastle's Purple All-Star team won first place out of the eight teams that competed. The players include Chris Thompson, Nate Beaman, Colin York, Evan Crowe, Tyler Edwards, Dillon Wood, Jacob Harris, Blaise Hasty, Brett Sosebee, Caleb Campbell and Matthew Workman. ...
Putnam Scanner for June 25, 2008 (06/25/08)
Sheriff's Department Several accident reports were turned in at the Putnam County Sheriff's Department recently. Damage was estimated between $1,000 - $2,500. Damage was estimated between $2,500 - $5,000. Correction A story in Tuesday's edition of the BannerGraphic about Open Class entries for the Indiana State Fair contained incorrect information...
Cheerleaders thank supporters (06/25/08)
To the editor: On behalf of the Greencastle Varsity cheerleaders, we wanted to thank everyone who supported us at our recent car wash. A special thanks to AutoZone. You guys are awesome. We also wanted to thank Gary, Lynn and Tanner Fenwick, along with Trace and Michelle Pickens for working right along side us keeping us on task...
Junior Leaders enjoyed trip (06/25/08)
To the Editor: We just returned from a Junior Leader 4-H trip and were proud to serve as delegates. It was a very meaningful trip that we enjoyed sharing together; New York was a once in a lifetime opportunity and we are still caught up in the excitement...
Mayor wishes Wilson luck (06/25/08)
To the Editor: After more than 32 years of public service -- 28 on the Greencastle Police Department and the last four as the commissioner of public works and safety -- Paul Wilson has decided to take his life in a new direction. Paul was asked by former Mayor Nancy Michael to come out of retirement and work as the commissioner...
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