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Cloverdale under boil order until further notice (01/12/09)
CLOVERDALE -- A water main break in Cloverdale on Saturday has put the town under a boil order until further notice. According to utility department manager Don Guthrie said the main break on Saturday caused some residents to have low water pressure and others to be without water. IDEM regulations require that a boil order be issued under these circumstances...
Regional champs speak at museum (01/12/09)
A building that no longer exists in the center of Greencastle was the catalyst spurring the 1988 Greencastle High School Tiger Cubs run for the Indiana State Boys Basketball championship. That's what Varsity Coach Doug Miller told the audience gathered for the kick-off of the County Sports exhibit at the Putnam County Museum. ...
Walton shares memories of business, politics, life (01/12/09)
CLOVERDALE -- Walton Stove Sales is a small shop located behind the post office in Cloverdale. Inside it, the walls are lined with wood stoves and fire places. Just above them hanging on the walls are dozens of pictures. Some are new, and some are old...
Fillmore residents consider effects of People Pathways (01/12/09)
FILLMORE -- Residents in the town of Fillmore discussed the effects of approving a proposed trail that would run across 1,300 feet through the town. The Fillmore section would be part of a 150-mile, cross-state, multipurpose trail running from Richmond to Terre Haute that includes the People Pathways in Putnam County...
The Swizzle Stick filled to the brim with style (01/12/09)
Restaurateur Gail Smith's latest venture is bound to be a smashing success. Sleek and sophisticated yet warm and overflowing with style and charm, the new Almost Home's Swizzle Stick is the perfect spot for a before dinner drink, an evening out with the girls, or an after work meeting with friends. And, it's right here in the center of Greencastle...
Greencastle resident becomes new partner at Baker & Daniels (01/12/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Terry E. Hall of Greencastle became a partner at Baker & Daniels LLP on Jan. 1. She was one of eight former associates admitted to partner during the law firm's annual partnership meeting. Hall leads the firm's energy and climate change legal team from the downtown Indianapolis office where she also practices in commercial transactions and business restructuring. Hall also is a registered civil mediator in the State of Indiana...
South Putnam's late run delivers win (01/12/09)
EMINENCE -- South Putnam put together a strong run in the stretch to pull away from Eminence and take a 53-44 victory in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday on the Eels' court. The Eagles (4-7) outscored the Eels (2-7) 16-8 in the final 3:44...
Cougars can't survive third quarter breakdown (01/12/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The North Putnam Cougars boys' basketball team traveled to Indianapolis Saturday night, hoping to earn their first victory of the season against the Covenant Christian Warriors. The Cougars were coming off of a disappointing loss the previous night at Turkey Run, having played their best game of the season...
Greencastle swims away with WCC honors (01/12/09)
Saturday the WCC swim meet was held at DePauw University. Greencastle girls and boys teams both came away with the victory. The girls won the meet with a score of 410 points and the boys won with a score of 386 points. The meet was exciting from the very beginning with both the girls' and boys' medley relays breaking meet records. Between the girls and boys, there were eight meet records broken, all by Greencastle, as well as many personal bests...
Tiger Cubs drop second in a row with loss to Vikings (01/12/09)
The Greencastle Boy's varsity basketball team faced off against sectional rival West Vigo in a regular season double header game at McAnally Center Saturday night. The Tiger Cubs win-loss record became 3-5 after being defeated by the Vikings 61-46. "I thought we competed well which is... ...
Eagles drop game to Rox (01/12/09)
Even an 18-point performance from Lewie Knoy couldn't lift the South Putnam eighth grade boys' basketball team over Rockville. In addition to Knoy's performance, Ryan Chestnut added five points, Justin Bumgardner had four and Aaron Parker and Jordan Frame had three points each...
Eagles go 2-2 at Monrovia (01/12/09)
The South Putnam wrestling team battled with Monrovia, Cardinal Ritter and Owen Valley at the Monrovia Invite Saturday. They finished the day with a 2-2 record. Matt Ballew (130) wrestled his way to a 4-0 record, while Scott Daniels (135) finished the day at 2-0. South Putnam had five wrestlers go 3-1 on the day and help the Eagles to their two wins on the day...
Thompson, Boetjer led Eagles to victory (01/12/09)
The South Putnam girls' basketball team has stormed into the New Year with a 3-0 record, including their 65-20 drubbing of Eminence this past Thursday. The win ran the team's record to 6-6. The Eagles defense came to play and held Eminence to 14 first half points and just six in the second half...
DePauw women's basketball hosts a pair of clinics (01/12/09)
The DePauw women's basketball players will hold a basketball clinic on Wednesday, Jan. 14 for boys and girls in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. The clinic is from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Lilly Center, with registration beginning at 6:45 p.m. The team simply asks that each participant bring a small monetary donation for the People's Burn Foundation of Indianapolis. The donation may be any amount whatsoever...
Roy "Pete" Baldwin (01/12/09)
Roy L. "Pete" Baldwin, 86, of Columbus died Saturday, Jan. 10, 2009, at Columbus Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was born May 18, 1922, at Campbellsville, Ky., the son of Emmett Walter and Martha Jane Mings Baldwin. Mr. Baldwin was a truck driver for Albert Rittman through Stadler's Meat Packing Company. ...
Kenneth Brinson (01/12/09)
Kenneth Brinson, 83, of Cloverdale died Friday, Jan. 9, 2009. He was born Feb. 28, 1925 in Martinsville to Bonnie B. and Cora Sykes Brinson. Mr. Brinson was retired from the U.S. Post Office. He was also a medic during World War II in a field hospital unit. He also worked at Lieber's Photography studios and the Ford Motor Company. He was a former member of Englewood Christian Church in Indianapolis...
David L. Buis (01/12/09)
David L. Buis, 58, of Greencastle died Sunday, Jan. 11, 2009 at Roudebush Veterans Hospital. He was born in Hendricks County on March 7, 1950 to L. Leon and Marlene Alkire Buis. Mr. Buis had been a truck driver for Operation Blessing for several years before retiring due to illness. He had also been a missionary with the Calvary Pentecostal Tabernacle Campground in Ashland, Va., as well as serving in the U.S. Air Force...
Harry Glen Stinson (01/12/09)
Harry Glen Stinson, 77, of Cloverdale, formerly of Mt. Meridian, died Sunday, Jan. 11, 2009 at the Summerfield Health Care Center. He was born on Sept. 10, 1931 in Tazwell County, Va. to John K. Stinson and Lera M. Whitt Stinson Cook. Mr. Stinson was married to Grace Goldie Messer Stinson and she preceded him in death on Feb. 7, 2002. He was a retired track maintainer for New York Central and Conrail...
Betty Lou Thornburg (01/12/09)
Betty Lou Thornburg, 76, of Russellville died Friday. 

Born July 8, 1932, in Richmond, she was the daughter of Ralph Turner and Marie Coria Ellen Stricker. 

She married Glenn "Cecil" Thornburg on April 2, 1950 in Martinsville...
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