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Stories from Friday, June 27, 2008

Dixie Chopper cuts staff (06/27/08)
Young thespians staging 'Hamlet' (06/27/08)
This season's Youth Theatre production at the Putnam County Playhouse will feature two versions of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet." Presented Saturday at 7 p.m., director Keith Bodnarick will lead middle school thespians in a shortened and modernized version of the classic play...
Putnamville gets new K-9 officer (06/27/08)
Indiana State Trooper Dan Hearon of the Putnamville Post has a new K-9 partner named Samson. Samson will be utilized in Morgan, Hendricks and Putnam counties in the Putnamville District. On June 13, seven K-9 teams joined the existing 20 teams to bring the strength of the program to 27. These patrol dogs are assigned throughout the state of Indiana. These specially trained German Shepherds assist troopers in their day-to-day activities and operations...
Local youth attends Camp Riley (06/27/08)
KIM PUCKETT Summer Intern Nicknamed Lightening McQueen by his cabinmates for his adept motor scooter maneuvering skills, Cody Coffman, Coatesville, spent one week of his summer attending Camp Riley. Cody, 11, has been a patient of Riley Hospital for Children since birth, suffering from spina bifida and seizures. While the average summer camp may not be possible for Cody, Camp Riley allows him to participate in physical outdoor activities...
Foundation announces deadlines (06/27/08)
The Putnam County Community Foundation has announced that nearly $35,000 is available through its second of two grant cycles for 2009 to fund charitable projects and matching endowment grants, plus an additional $25,000.00 designated for projects benefiting the terminally ill and their families in Putnam County...
Local players to take part in all-star game (06/27/08)
TERRE HAUTE -- On Saturday, more than 80 football players from around the Wabash Valley will converge on Memorial Stadium at Indiana State for the fourth annual Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star Game. The game features the best football players from the class of 2008 from around the area...
Tigers compete in charity tourney (06/27/08)
All-America golfers and May graduates Ali Murtaugh and Kristen Kriegshauser have been invited to compete in the Best Buy Charity Classic today in Minneapolis. The event is being held at Prestwick Golf Club while the U.S. Women's Open is taking place at Interlachen Country Club in Minneapolis from Thursday to Sunday...
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