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Stories from Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Tax bills in the mail (10/28/08)
Ready or not, here they come. Janet Deaton, Putnam County treasurer, has announced all property tax statements have been mailed. The first installment is due Nov. 21 with the second installment due Jan. 23, 2009. Payments may be made at any of the following bank branches: Tri County Bank, First National Bank, Old National Bank or at North Salem State Bank. To pay at a bank, statements must be taken and not delinquent...
O'Bannon campaigns for Obama (10/28/08)
By JASON MOON For the Banner Graphic Both Judy O'Bannon and Kathy Davis have visited Brazil and Clay County before. "It's a beautiful town and a beautiful county," Davis said Monday. The former State Lt. Governor and former state First Lady were at the Brazil Coffee Company Monday campaigning on behalf of Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama...
HSPC launches spay-neuter assistance program (10/28/08)
BY JAMIE BARRAND Editor Limited-income households with pets can now take advantage of a reduced-cost Spay-Neuter Assistance Program offered through the Humane Society of Putnam County. "Our goal is to alter 200 animals through this program by the end of 2008," said HSPC volunteer Lynn Bohmer. "Reaching this goal could potentially reduce the number of unwanted Putnam County dogs and cats by 700 in 2009 alone."...
People Pathways steps ahead (10/28/08)
By MARIBETH WARD Staff Writer Another small piece is in place to complete the Albin Pond leg of People Pathways with the donation of .17 acre of land in front of Ivy Trace Catered Living. The Albin Pond leg of the trail is important in the development of a "walking school bus" plan that the Greencastle School Corporation, City of Greencastle, Parks and Recreation and Peoples Pathway hopes to develop...
ArtsFest events begin this week (10/28/08)
By MARIBETH WARD Staff Writer The 7th Annual gathering of artists, writers and performers will kick off Thursday, Oct. 30 at DePauw University and run through Nov. 9. The event showcases the creative and performing art talents of members of the DePauw community and visiting artists...
Saving for college: here's an idea (10/28/08)
By KIMBERLY GLEASON For the Banner Graphic In today's economy, many people are concerned about their future and the future of their children. Indiana State Treasurer Richard Mourdock, Chairman of the Indiana Education Savings Authority (IESA), is offering parents a new strategy for saving for their children's future...
Ross Tennis (10/28/08)
Ross E. "Bob" Tennis, 67, of Greencastle, died on Friday, Oct. 24, 2008. He was born on Aug. 8, 1941 in Greencastle to George Thralls and Mary Rosamond Ward Tennis. Bob was a graduate of Greencastle High School and Valparaiso Technical Institute. He served his country in the U.S. Air Force during Vietnam...
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