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Stories from Friday, April 17, 2009

Altra plant receivership settled (04/17/09)
CLOVERDALE -- In February, Altra Biofuels was knocking on the door of bankruptcy. Nearly every employee of its Cloverdale plant had been laid off and was fighting foreclosure. Attorneys for Altra, Wilhelm Construction Co., Ryan Fire Protection Inc., James Knauer, Agstar Financial Services and Gulf Coast Environmental Systems, who all have a stake in Altra's future, appeared in Putnam County Superior Court Feb. ...
TGL to play final show Saturday night (04/17/09)
After nearly seven years together, Greencastle's own rock band, TGL, will be calling it quits. They have, however, decided to rock their hometown one last time, as they will play an all-ages, free show at DePauw's Lilly Center at 7 p.m. Saturday. The show had originally been slated to take place on East College Lawn...
Quail Unlimited sponsors free seed giveaway (04/17/09)
Quail Unlimited free Seed Give-Away on Saturday, April 18 from 9 a.m. to noon in front of the former Ace Hardward store on Indianapolis Road. There will be free Food Plot Seed (Milo & Sunflowers.)
Pauley speaks at DePauw tonight (04/17/09)
On the eve of Jane Pauley's induction into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame, residents of Putnam County are invited to attend her Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture at DePauw University, today at 7:30 p.m. The speech, which will take place in Meharry Hall of historic East College, will serve as the capstone of a daylong celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Society of Professional Journalists, a national organization which was founded at DePauw by ten students in May 1909...
Chamber of Commerce scramble set for May 8 (04/17/09)
Get your putters ready. The Greencastle Chamber of Commerce 19th Annual Golf Scramble is set for Friday, May 8. The event starts at 10:30 a.m. with registration and lunch at Old Hickory Golf Club and a shotgun start at 12 p.m. The Chamber Business After Hours will be from 5 to 7 p.m. following the golf outing...
DPU Cultural Resource Center renamed in honor of Dorothy Brown (04/17/09)
Dorothy Brown, who is known to several generations of DePauw University students and faculty as well as the Greencastle community, is being honored for her contributions to the college and city. The University's Cultural Resource Center, located at 314 East Hanna Street, has been renamed in her honor. Brown served as DePauw's assistant director of minority affairs, taught in the education department, and has served as house mother for Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house on campus for 15 years...
Greencastle hosts Arbor Day program (04/17/09)
On Saturday, May 2 at 10 a.m., there will be a special Greencastle Veteran's Memorial Highway Arbor Day program. The program will honor the many sacrifices of the veterans who have served or currently serve our nation, as well as recognizing the city of Greencastle's 10th year of being named by the Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree City U.S.A...
NAACP hosts 45th Freedom Fund Dinner (04/17/09)
The NAACP of Greencastle will host its 45th Annual Freedom Fund Dinner on Wednesday, April 22 at 6 p.m. at Gobin United Methodist Church. The topic this year is "Building Coalitions Across Religious and Ethnic Communities." The organization extends an invitation to all and would especially like to have students participate in this event...
Tiger Cubs say goodnight to Vikings (04/17/09)
One thing a golfer normally doesn't stow in their bag is a flashlight, but one would have come in handy Thursday at Windy Hill. The host Tiger Cubs defeated West Vigo 159-218 under a veil of darkness in a match the last for four hours. In just their second match of the season, Greencastle gave head coach Donovan Wheeler close to what he had expected. He knows that this season could shape up to be a trying one early, but believes that when his top four gel, good things will follow...
Tiger Cubs down Patriots, Bulldogs (04/17/09)
The Greencastle High School track teams went up against some pretty tough competition Thursday night, but that didn't stop them from doing what they do best -- winning. Greencastle hosted Owen Valley and Monrovia at Robert L Harbinson Stadium and came out on top. The boys' team won with 88 points while the girls' team won with 80 points and it wasn't just one or two athletes who carried Greencastle to victory -- it was a team effort...
Eagles get win in three-way (04/17/09)
The South Putnam boys' track team battled Lighthouse Christian and Eminence Thursday. The Eagles ran away with the event, placing first with 111 points, followed by Lighthouse Christian with 39 and Eminence with five. South Putnam dominated the field events, capturing first place in all six events...
South Putnam to host pitch, hit and run competition. (04/17/09)
South Putnam will be holding a Pitch, Hit and Run contest April 25 at 2 p.m. The only requirements for the contest are a birth certificate and a pair of shoes. The contest will be held at South Putnam High School. For more information contact the high school at 653-3610...
North Putnam splits with Sparkplugs (04/17/09)
After being rained on Monday and Tuesday, North Putnam was forced to face Speedway in a softball doubleheader on Wednesday. In game one, the Cougars lost 4-2 after the game was tied 2-2 in the top of the sixth and the Cougars had the bases loaded. But one of the runners got called for interference when Taylor Judy singled. The Sparkplugs then scored two runs in the next frame for the win...
Jacob Lee Huber (04/17/09)
Jacob Lee Huber, infant son of Mitchell Lee and Vicki Lynn McCammack Huber, of Cloverdale died on Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at the Putnam County Hospital. He is survived by his parents; paternal grandparents Greg L. and Amanda Huber of Cloverdale; maternal grandparents Don B. ...
Putnam Scanner for April 17, 2009 (04/17/09)
Putnam County Jail Ashley Adams, 19, Cloverdale, was booked into the Putnam County Jail at 7:03 p.m. Wednesday for attempting to traffic with an inmate. Kurt Pfeiffer, 38, Noblesville, was booked at 11:49 p.m. Wednesday for probation violation...
Humane society thanks public for support (04/17/09)
To the Editor: The Humane Society of Putnam County would like to express our gratitude to the community for their support over the past several months and during our grand opening celebrations. Both the Chamber ribbon cutting on April 1 and our community grand re-opening celebration on April 4 were big hits. ...
People had fun while supporting a good cause (04/17/09)
To the Editor: On April 4 a wonderful thing happened. People from every corner of Putnam County came together, some perhaps out of curiosity, some to cheer on a friend or family member, some for an evening of good food and entertainment, but all to support our youth, through the work of the Putnam County Youth Development Commission...
A short overview of shaken baby syndrome (04/17/09)
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