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Stories from Thursday, November 6, 2008

Recycling center still going strong (11/06/08)
Nearly 1,000 pounds of aluminum is processed every week at the non-profit Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Recycling Center in Greencastle. The facility is manned by volunteers and is the highest revenue producer in the three-county area of Putnam, Clay and Vigo served by the RSVP...
Annual art attack set for Sunday (11/06/08)
DePauw University's annual Art Attack is set for Sunday, Nov. 9 from 12:30-4 p.m. in the Green Center for the Performing Arts on the campus. Children of all ages are invited to experience art and borders at the event that will close DePauw's 11-day celebration, "ArtsFest 2008: Art & Borders."...
Cancer Center receives grant (11/06/08)
The Putnam County Hospital Cancer Center received a $25,000 grant from the Putnam County Community Foundation. The Cancer Center grant will be awarded over a three-year period for a total of $75,000. Support groups for patients and their family, physical therapy, nutrition education -- just to name a few -- will continue with the funding...
Spirit of Christmas entries sought (11/06/08)
It is time again for local businesses to break out the tinsel, lights, and ornaments and get creative for the holidays. The Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce is now accepting entries for the 2008 Spirit of Christmas Award. Since 1984 the award has been presented to the local business whose holiday decorations have best captured the "Spirit of Christmas."...
Mabel L. Kiger (11/06/08)
Mabel L. Kiger, 80, of Greencastle died Monday, Nov. 3, 2008. Mrs. Kiger was born on Dec. 27, 1927 in Morgan County to Frank and Osie King Curtis. She was a member of First Christian Church in Greencastle, where she was active in the Christian Women's Fellowship...
Putnam Scanner for Nov. 6 (11/06/08)
Sheriff's Department Several accidents have been reported to the Sheriff's Department the past several days. The following accidents were reported Oct. 31: Daniel C. Stevens of Greencastle reported Lana Beck of Bainbridge was passing him during a long straight on County Road 500N. Beck stated she passed because Stevens' load was unstable in the bed of his truck. Stevens did not realize anyone was passing him and drifted over...
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