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Stories from Saturday, June 28, 2008

Driver accused of hitting pedestrians turns himself in (06/28/08)
CLOVERDALE -- A Putnam County man accused of fleeing the scene of an accident where two pedestrians were hit on Wednesday has surrendered to police. Eighteen-year-old Nicholas G. Rogers, of Cloverdale, turned himself in to authorities Friday evening and is being held in the Putnam County Jail on a charge of fleeing the scene of an accident resulting in serious bodily injury...
Tips for protecting the planet offered (06/28/08)
There are many ways to protect the environment, and a recent conference brought those ideas to the foreground. At "Going and Growing Green: What Does that Mean?" a presentation on eco-friendly practices, Shannon Norman, city planner for Greencastle, spoke about how the city is attempting to become greener...
Colts blue chart course to the area on Monday, Wednesday (06/28/08)
The Indianapolis Colts or Alumni Players and Cheerleaders will be visiting Rockville and Spencer. The "Make It Personal" Tour visits towns all across Indiana as a way to give back to fans. ESPN the magazine recently honored the Indianapolis Colts as the number one franchise of the top four pro sports...
Young women take part in weeklong seminar at DePauw (06/28/08)
DePauw Institute for Girls in Science, a week-long residential science camp, engaged young women in lab sessions, speakers and field trips in order to teach them about the field of science. According to director and chair of Depauw's Biology Department Dana Dudle, 27 rising ninth grade girls attended the camp with DePauw undergraduate science majors serving as counselors. The girls participated in intensive lab sessions in a variety of sciences...
Bailey camp stresses the basics (06/28/08)
One word that was stressed at the opening day of the Damon Bailey Basketball Camp was fundamentals. Fifty eager hoopsters descended upon McAnally Center Friday ready to receive instruction from the state's all-time leading scorer. "It went real well," Bailey said of the first day. "We had about 50 kids there, that's down a little bit, but we're having the camp a little later in the summer this year. We changed the format a little bit, switching from a four-day camp to a three-day all day camp...
Pair of local 'Dirtbags' to represent all-star team (06/28/08)
A number of local baseball players have spent this summer playing for a team called Em's Dirtbags in the Indianapolis RBI League. Two Dirtbags and South Putnam players, Grant Zimmerman and Brayden Freeman, were selected as Indianapolis RBI All Stars...
Putnam Scanner for June 28, 2008 (06/28/08)
Putnam County Jail Two people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently...
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