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Stories from Saturday, August 16, 2008

Frisbie resigns as Sheriff (08/16/08)
Putnam County Sheriff Mark Frisbie turned in his resignation Friday evening.
Average House Band staging reunion (08/16/08)
In the late 1970s and into the mid-1980s, the Average House Band was a staple on the Putnam County club scene. Tonight, the group -- a little older but still ready to rock -- will take the stage at the Walden Inn. The band is comprised of guitarist and vocalist Danny Martin, guitarist Sandy Williams, guitarist and vocalist Steve Michael, drummer and vocalist Rod Kersey and drummer and vocalist Fred Badalli. All the members lived in Greencastle when the band was formed...
Sagamore of the Wabash winner receives replacement award (08/16/08)
The highest distinction in Indiana is the designation of Sagamore of the Wabash presented by the state governor. Greencastle resident James Huter received his second Sagamore Award recently during a ceremony at Greencastle's City Hall with Mayor Sue Murray and State Senator Connie Lawson...
Annual Day of Caring approaching (08/16/08)
The annual Day of Caring sponsored by The United Way of Putnam County is getting close. Volunteers and projects are still needed for Sept. 5 event. Anyone who has a project they need help with can contact the United Way. Projects can include helping to build structures, cleaning up areas, painting, lawn care projects or just about anything that needs done...
Supervisors hold pipeline meeting (08/16/08)
A room overflowing with supervisory management packed a meeting held by Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) East Friday morning at the Walden Inn Conference Center. REX Managers from all over converged on the grounds of the Inn to gather information about the huge natural gas pipeline project that encompasses 638 miles from Audrain County, Mo to Monroe County, Ohio and cuts through Putnam County...
Hutcheson highlights Tiger Cubs' round (08/16/08)
CLAYTON -- The Greencastle girls' golf team placed third at Deer Creek Thursday in a match with Brownsburg and home team Cascade. The Cadets won with a 218, the Bulldogs were second a 224, and the Tiger Cubs had a 229. While GHS scored five strokes better at Deer Creek than it did last week, Coach Brad Kingma was hoping for more improvement at this young point in the season...
Ben Davis Tournament champs (08/16/08)
The 12-and-under West Central Softball League All Stars defeated the Concord Revolution, from Elkhart, to capture the Ben Davis End of Summer Tournament championship. West Central scored four runs in the final inning to tie and outscore Concord 2-1 in the extra inning, capping a day of come-from-behind victories...
Marilynn M. Carmichael (08/16/08)
Marilynn M. Carmichael, 85, of Greencastle died on Friday Aug. 15, 2008. She was born on June 23, 1923 in Brazil to Roy Hershall and Meda Marie Wright Herbert. Mrs. Carmichael was a homemaker. She married Wilbur Carmichael on Dec. 24, 1944 and he preceded her in death on July 31, 2008...
August 2008

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