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Stories from Thursday, April 2, 2009

Chew named state DSC Director (04/02/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Like many Putnam County natives, Jerod Chew spent his formative years enjoying the natural beauty and diversity of the landscape. However, the love of nature perhaps had a more profound effect on Chew, as he studied life science and ecology at Indiana State University. His career path has led him to the Indiana State Department of Agriculture-Division of Soil Conservation (ISDA-DSC)...
Remember the Children (04/02/09)
DePauw names new VP (04/02/09)
Brad A. Kelsheimer has been appointed vice president for finance and administration at DePauw University, effective July 1. Kelsheimer comes to his new post from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, where he has worked since August 2000 and is currently associate vice president for financial affairs...
Eitel family establishes Ivy Tech scholarship honoring John Eitel (04/02/09)
Ivy Tech Community College announced a new scholarship for students attending the Greencastle Campus: The Eitel Family Endowed Scholarship for Enterprise and Civic Leadership. The endowment is administered by the Putnam County Community Foundation and was established by Kenneth J. Eitel, Jr., and Jacquelyn A. Eitel in tribute to John Eitel, founder of Eitel's Flowers and Gifts...
Two more to seek dancing stardom (04/02/09)
Twelve Putnam County Celebrities will take to the dance floor Saturday as part of the inaugural Dancing With the Putnam County Stars, a fundraiser for the Putnam County Youth Development Commission. The event will closely resemble "Dancing With the Stars," the popular ABC television show...
Playing the Easter Bunny (04/02/09)
Teen driving bill advances to full house (04/02/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- A bill in front of the full Indiana House will require teenagers to log at least 50 hours of supervised driving and wait longer before receiving a driver's license if passed. The House Roads and Transportation Committee endorsed the bill Wednesday after making a few minor changes to the version passed by the Senate...
South Putnam announces dates for kindergarten round up (04/02/09)
South Putnam School Corporation will be holding kindergarten orientation at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Central Elementary; Wednesday at Reelsville Elementary for last names A to M at 8:30 a.m., and for last names N to Z at 12:30 p.m.; and at 8:30 a.m. Thursday at Fillmore Elementary...
North Putnam announces dates for kindergarten Round-up (04/02/09)
North Putnam Community School Corporation has announced Kindergarten Round-up dates as follows: Wednesday, April 8 at Roachdale Elementary from 9-11 a.m. for students with the last names A-L. Wednesday, April 8 at Roachdale Elementary from 12:30-2:30 p.m. for students with the last names M-Z...
Lady Eagles set to build on new foundations (04/02/09)
When a team loses standout players, it usually has others that are ready to replace them. But when it doesn't, the team finds itself rebuilding its foundations and that is what the Lady Eagles will be doing this year. "We're young this year, very young," SPHS Coach Kate Atkinson said. "After losing Shannon Egold and Shelby Johnston to graduation, we're going to be trying to make up points...
Eagles begin 2009 season with solidity (04/02/09)
With the start of the 2009 season just around the corner, SPHS Coach Carl Coons is starting to get antsy. "I'm really anxious to just see where we are at," Coons said. "These kids have been working hard and we have such an excellent group of kids and we've had such great weather; so I just want to see were we are right now as a team."...
Putnam Scanner for April 2, 2009 (04/02/09)
Putnam County Jail Mark Anderson, 20, Fillmore, was booked into the Putnam County Jail at 11:14 p.m. Tuesday for violation of home detention, burglary and theft. Greencastle Fire Dept. Crews were dispatched to 1750 E. Indianapolis Rd., at 3:10 a.m. Wednesday for an electrical fire. They were back in service at 3:48 a.m...
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