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Stories from Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Storm downs trees, knocks out power (07/22/08)
Courthouse roof repairs delayed (07/22/08)
The Putnam County Commissioners have delayed action on scheduled repairs to the roof of the courthouse, pending further review. At their Monday nigh meeting, commissioners Gene Beck and Jim Baird (commissioner Kristina Warren was absent) agreed that they wanted more time to think about how repairs to the courthouse roof should be done before moving forward with the project...
South Putnam to receive first tornado siren (07/22/08)
South Putnam will now be safer in times of inclement weather following Monday evening's school board meeting. Up until now, South Putnam was the only school district without tornado sirens. Kim Hyten, Putnam County Emergency Coordinator approached Superintendent Bruce Bernhardt stating he wished to hook South Putnam into the emergency system. Hyten informed Bernhardt that he had a siren he would donate to South Putnam...
Commissioners wait to rule on hospital board's request to expand (07/22/08)
The Putnam County Commissioners have delayed a decision on whether to expand the Putnam County Hospital Board from five members to seven. At Monday night's commissioner meeting, Dr. Ernst and attorney John Zeiner, representing the hospital board, asked the commissioners to consider adding two more members to the board...
Berry, Brattain and Koger grand champion winners (07/22/08)
By their own admission, the duo judging Monday's swine show at the Putnam County Fair had their hands full all day. Both Brian Arnold and Mike McCoy commented on the quality of the Putnam County show. "This is a show that's a lot of fun to sort through," said McCoy, the barrow show judge. Arnold judged the gilt show...
Poultry winners home to roost (07/22/08)
The 2008 Putnam County 4-H Poultry Show was the last for three 10-year members and the first in the new poultry barn. "It's the 10-year members' time to fly the coop so to speak," show superintendent Clint Maddox said. Sarah Myers, Becca Seahorn and Ashlyn Archer showed their last birds on July 21. Archer said she has participated in poultry club for all 10 of her 4-H years...
Judith Edberg to perform Wednesday (07/22/08)
Pianist Judith Edberg, emeritus professor of music at the University of Tampa, will perform music by Bach, Scriabin, Koehler, and Liszt in the 10th concert of the Greencastle Summer Classical Music Festival Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the sanctuary of Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church in Greencastle...
WCSL Champions (07/22/08)
The Greencastle 18 and under fastpitch softball team, sponsored by The Waters of Greencastle, recently became the West Central Softball League Tournament and League Champions with a perfect 16-0 record for the season. The Greencastle team has won both the league and tourney championships the past three years with a combined record of 49-1. ...
Winstead wins Junior Versatility (07/22/08)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Writer With the sun beating down and temps tickling the 90-degree mark, seven young ladies vied for the Junior Versatility title at the Putnam County Fairgrounds Horse Arena Monday night. Riders were judged in four categories, which included horsemanship and barrel run...
4-H archers right on the mark at county fair (07/22/08)
By JARED JERNAGAN Sports Editor The storm that moved through Greencastle Sunday evening delayed the 4-H archery competition and left the competitors with a lot more mud on their shoes. It did little, though, to dampen their spirits or weaken their aim...
Wanda Wallace (07/22/08)
Wanda Masten Wallace was a lifelong resident of Coatesville, Ind., born to Clyde and Jennie F. Masten on Nov. 13, 1926. Wanda was the beloved wife of Burt Wallace for more than 40 years. Wanda was a graduate of Indiana Business College and worked as an executive secretary for Eli Lilly and Co...
Putnam Scanner for July 22, 2008 (07/22/08)
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Putnam Scanner for July 22, 2008 (07/22/08)
Putnam County Jail Several people were booked into the Putnam County Jail. Sheriff's Department Two accident reports were turned in at the Putnam County Sheriff's Department. Damage was estimated between $1,000 - $2,500. Damage was estimated between $2,500 - $5,000...
Letters to the editor July 22, 2008 (07/22/08)
Performers thank supporters To the Editor: Joshua Bain, Carrie Hamilton and Cheryl Beck thank everyone who attended the Music of the Night Benefit Concerts on June 27 and 28 to support the music departments of the Greencastle and Cloverdale High Schools. School music programs face new funding challenges every year...
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