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Stories from Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Lights of Love begins Christmas season in city (12/03/08)
The 25th Annual Lights of Love presented by the Greencastle Civic League was once again a delightful program kicking off the Christmas season in the city of Greencastle. Mayor Sue Murray welcomed county residents and thanked the Civic League for all they do...
Firefighter honored for 50 years of service (12/03/08)
Gene Buchanan has been a volunteer firefighter for 50 years. He was awarded Tuesday night at the Floyd Township Fire Station for his years of service. "He is a good asset to the department," said Fire Chief Richard Wood. Buchanan was instrumental in the Floyd Township Fire Station adopting carbon monoxide training for its firemen...
Officials, shelter reps talk about animal control issues (12/03/08)
As the Humane Society of Putnam County looks toward reopening in the near future, the issue of animal control is on the minds of shelter representatives and local officials. A group of concerned parties from both sides met Tuesday to discuss ways to deal with animal control and make sure the shelter can stay open once it resumes operation...
Warriors too much for South Putnam (12/03/08)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Editor The South Putnam girls' basketball team overcame a tough first half to give Danville a run for their money Tuesday night. The Eagles soared back in the second half before falling to the Warriors 53-46 to move to 3-3 on the season...
Seniors lead Cloverdale to win over Riverton Parke (12/03/08)
By Tim Tuttle For the Banner Graphic MONTEZUMA -- Seniors Kristin McCammon, Kayla Shepherd and Allie Franklin rose to the occasion in the fourth quarter Tuesday to carry Cloverdale to a hard-fought 48-42 victory over Riverton Parke in a nonconference girls basketball game on the Panthers' court...
South Putnam girls' get win, boys' place third (12/03/08)
LIZTON -- The South Putnam swim teams were in action Tuesday against Tri-West and Ritter. The girls' team won with a tally of 120, while the boys' placed third with 91 points. The girls' squad captured six events on the night, including two relay races...
GHS swimmers fall to Braves (12/03/08)
The Greencastle girls' swim team competed with Terre Haute South Tuesday at home. The Tiger Sharks fell to Braves 116-69 Greencastle picked up three wins on the evening. Melissa Ball captured the 50-yard freestyle in a time of 26.15, while Kelsey Murtagh won the 100-yard backstroke with the time of 1:03.76...
NP freshman defeats Monrovia (12/03/08)
MONROVIA -- The North Putnam boys freshmen basketball team traveled to Morgan County to take on the Monrovia Bulldogs Monday night. The Cougars won in a close game 38-34. Scoring for North Putnam was Tim Wildermood, who led all scorers with 16 points. Next was Jacob Muse with 10 points. Jacob Lucas scored eight points. And Quade Snyder and Nathan Crosby finished the scoring off with two points each...
SPMS seventh graders split (12/03/08)
MONTEZUMA -- The South Putnam boys' seventh grade A and B teams traveled to Parke County to take on Riverton Parke Monday night. The seventh grade A team lost in a very close game 39-38. The leading scorer for the A team was Sawyer Arnold with 20 points...
SPMS seventh graders split (12/03/08)
MONTEZUMA -- The South Putnam boys' seventh grade A and B teams traveled to Parke County to take on Riverton Parke Monday night. The seventh grade A team lost in a very close game 39-38. The leading scorer for the A team was Sawyer Arnold with 20 points...
Putnam Scanner for Dec. 3, 2008 (12/03/08)
Sheriff's Dept Jonathan Weir, Greencastle, was traveling on County Road 500 E at 6:02 p.m. Nov. 20, when a deer ran in the path of his vehicle. Weir was not injured. There was an estimated $1,001 to $2,500 in damages. Angela Finney, Martinsville, was traveling west on S.R. ...
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