ONT treasurer arrested for racketeering, theft (12/02/08)
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Stories from Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Vandals Drain town water tank (12/02/08)
FILLMORE -- At 2 a.m. Sunday morning vandals opened two fire hydrants in the Town of Fillmore. Over the next three hours, the Town's 100,000 gallon water tank was drained and another 114,000 gallons was spilled onto the ground Fillmore Town Council President Jeff Osborn told the Banner Graphic...
No major accidents reported (12/02/08)
While the snow and ice on roadways had caused a lot of headaches for Putnam County motorists Monday evening, no major incidents had been reported as of 11:15 p.m., Putnam County 911 Dispactch reported. According to Night Shift Supervisor Becky Chadd, the office had received numerous reports of slideoffs, but "nothing major."...
New emergency number available (12/02/08)
County Commissioners Gene Beck, Kristina Warren and Jim Baird were told about a new emergency announcement bulletin board number that is available to the public at Monday's meeting City and county emergencies like snow and weather advisories will be available. Non-emergency calls to 911 will be directly transferred to the new number 765-655-2048...
Soldiers return to cold weather, warm welcome (12/02/08)
It was a cold, wet, icy homecoming, but it certainly warmed the hearts of some local soldiers and their families Monday evening. Nine members of Alpha Battery 2nd Battalion 150th Field Artillery returned to the Greencastle National Guard Armory around 7:30 p.m...
Downtown pursues economic improvement district (12/02/08)
Greencastle's downtown property owners are preparing to approach the Greencastle City Council to implement an Economic Improvement District. What is an Economic Improvement District? First off, many communities across the country use this tool to improve neighborhoods and business districts. In some states, a more common term is Business Improvement District. Some like to think of these districts as a property owners' association to work on their behalf...
Buchanan child seduction sentencing set for Jan. 12 (12/02/08)
Sentencing for a Coatesville man charges with Class D felony child seduction was set Monday in Putnam County Circuit Court. A plea agreement for Roy K. Buchanan, 68, was presented to Judge Matt Headley Monday. Under the terms of the agreement, Buchanan would plead guilty to one charge of Class D felony child seduction, and two Class D felony child seduction charges would be dropped...
Sentencing delayed for further investigation (12/02/08)
Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matt Headley reset a sentencing for a Greencastle man Monday after confusion arose over the exact nature of the man's alleged crimes. Christopher J. Mullins, 24, was set to enter into a plea agreement in which he would plead guilty to theft and welfare fraud, both Class D felonies. In exchange for those pleas, charges of Class C felony forgery and Class D felony identity deception would have been dismissed...
Menzel earns swim honor (12/02/08)
SOMERS, Wisc. -- Competing in Division I waters at the TYR Invitational last week, Kenyon College senior swimmer Tracy Menzel produced her best efforts of the early season. Wednesday she was named by CollegeSwimming.com the Division III National Swimmer of the Week...
Alex Alleys announces updated standings (12/02/08)
GGUSBC Standings (As of 12/1/08) Seniour's Towing (Mon.) High team scratch game -- The Old Timers 629 High team scratch series -- The Old Timers 1,836 High individual game -- Susan Trahan 183 High individual series -- Susan Trahan 519 Men's City (Mon.)...
GMS eighth graders pick up win (12/02/08)
The Greencastle eighth grade boys' team moved to 4-0 on the season with their 46-25 win over Cloverdale Monday. The eight grade A and B-teams will hit the road to face Danville at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Harold W. Crawley (12/02/08)
Harold W. Crawley, 70, died Saturday, Nov. 29, 2008 in Boynton Beach, Fla. after several weeks' illness. Born in Indianapolis on March 17, 1938 to Clara Galimore Crawley and William Daniel Crawley, he lived many years in Greencastle, and was a member of the Army National Guard. ...