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Stories from Thursday, September 18, 2008

Multi-state drug sweep hits home (09/18/08)
BAINBRIDGE -- Putnam County played a part Tuesday in a multi-state effort to disrupt an illegal drug ring with ties to Mexico. Local sheriff's deputies were called Tuesday to assist the D.E.A. in serving an arrest warrant at a Bainbridge home where the resident was suspected of being a part of this ring...
Special Olympics stars shine at home (09/18/08)
COATESVILLE -- The clients of Hope Haven Horse Farm -- a facility dedicated to providing a riding center for at-risk, low-income and special needs riders -- work hard to master equine skills. They spend months in the arena in rural Coatesville learning how to mount and dismount and achieve the correct riding position. They perform dozens of different exercises and work on such basics as holding the reins, guiding their horses and giving verbal commands...
DePauw president signs climate commitment (09/18/08)
DePauw University recently announced the school's president Brian W. Casey joined 575 college and university presidents and chancellors across America signing the American College and Presidents Climate Commitment. By signing, DePauw University pledges to begin the process of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions and becoming climate-neutral...
Money will ease water woes (09/18/08)
RUSSELLVILLE -- Russellville now has three new ordinances following Wednesday evening's town council meeting. The first is the implementation of a Community Capital Improvement Economic Development fund. This fund will be used to help pay for two projects...
Farm market extended (09/18/08)
Good news is coming from the Greencastle Farmers' Market. Officials with that organization say they have had such great success this summer, they have requested to extend their season. The city council has given the farmers' market folks permission to continuing operating from 8 a.m. until noon every Saturday, now through Oct. 25...
North runners capture both top spots (09/18/08)
CLOVERDALE -- When three runners for one team cross the finish line in the top three spots, a team is usually in for a good day. The North Putnam boys' team did just that Wednesday, as Kasey McLaughlin finished first, followed by teammates Kenny Quisenberry and Jake Lasiter. The Cougars defeated Cloverdale and Owen Valley, 30-39-50...
Tiger Cubs lose to Terre Haute South in three games (09/18/08)
The Greencastle volleyball team lost in three rough games to an athletic Terre Haute South team Wednesday, 25-7, 25-9, 25-11. Coach Trish Lowe pulled no punches after the match. Terre Haute South is a large school and it fielded a very talented team that overwhelmed the Tiger Cubs (2-14, 0-2 WCC)...
GHS girls' soccer downs West Vigo (09/18/08)
The Greencastle girls' soccer team won again Tuesday evening, defeating West Vigo by a sound 11-2 margin. Coach Maurice McKee said his Lady Tiger Cubs started out slow but soon got up to speed. Whitney Brotherton was the first to score with 37:15 remaining in the first half. Hannah Spencer followed with a goal at 32:53...
Eagle JV crowned Putnam County champs (09/18/08)
The South Putnam junior varsity volleyball team captured the JV County Championship on Saturday with a 25-22, 25-15 win over Greencastle. Team members include (front, from left) Jenny Thompson, Elizabeth Comer, (middle) Kendra Latham, Kaylin Yon, Ericka Minor (back) Coach Jannette Roberts, Morgan Clark, Allie Guthrie and Melodie Williams...
Young Clover golfers coming on at right time (09/18/08)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale girls' golf team defeated West Vigo Tuesday night at Clover Meadows 219-229. Kayla Langdon was the medalist with a score of 45. Next was Elizabeth Wiley with a score of 51. Followed by Wiley was Victoria Boyette with a 54. Erica Looper finished with a score of 69...
South Putnam volleyball drops a pair of matches this week (09/18/08)
The South Putnam Eagles volleyball team lost two matches this week. On Monday night the Eagles lost at home to Southmont in four games, 25-20,19-25,25-27,13-25. Emily Dabkowski led the Eagles with 13 points, three kills, and six assists. Next was Abbie Trauner with 12 points, three aces, two kills and 12 digs. Followed by Trauner was Kaleigh Miller with eight points, two aces, four assists, and one dig...
GMS football teams remain unbeaten (09/18/08)
The Greencastle Middle School football teams both remained undefeated Tuesday evening in a pair of tough games with North Clay. The seventh grade Tiger Cubs battled the Knights to a 6-6 tie in double overtime. They are now 3-0-1. The eighth grade defeated North Clay 22-16, moving its record to 4-0...
George Eyler (09/18/08)
George Alan Eyler, 60, of Greencastle, passed away Wednesday at the I.U. Medical Center in Indianapolis. Arrangements are pending at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home, Greencastle.
Paul Insley Jr. (09/18/08)
Paul T. "Pim" Insley Jr., 80, of Rockville, passed away at 2:07 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008 in Union Hospital in Terre Haute. He was born Aug. 27, 1928 in New Philadelphia, Ohio, the son of Paul T. Insley Sr. and Sarah Aeschlimann Insley. He was a pharmacist in Rockville for many years. He was a member of the Methodist Church in Rockville, past member of Rockville Masonic Lodge, Rockville Elks, Moose Lodge and the Brazil Rotary Club...
Dr. Jerry Malayer (09/18/08)
Dr. Jerry A. "Doc" Malayer passed away Sept. 16, 2008 in Goodyear, Ariz. He was born on Aug. 30, 1938 to Burley and Veda Malayer at Roachdale, the youngest of five children. He received his BA degree in 1961 and D.V.M. in 1963 from Purdue University and practiced Veterinary medicine in the Bainbridge area for 37 years...
SFC Joe Todd (09/18/08)
SFC Joe Todd, of Crawfordsville, passed away on Sept. 16, 2008. Joe retired from the Indiana Army National Guard in 2007 after 32 years of service. He was a member of the American Legion Wayne Post No. 64. Joe was loved by all of his family and friends and will be missed dearly by all that knew him. He was preceded in death by his parents, Carl and Jean Todd, and one brother, Carl B. Todd...
Putnam Scanner for Sept. 18, 2008 (09/18/08)
Putnam County Jail Three people were booked in recently at the Putnam County Jail. Brandy Clark, 28, Indianapolis, was booked at 3:34 p.m. Tuesday for operating while intoxicated. Jason Macy, 28, Westfield, was booked at 9:13 a.m. Wednesday for failure to appear...
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