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Stories from Thursday, May 14, 2009

GCSC saluted for conservation (05/14/09)
For saving enough energy in 32 months to effectively plant more than 20,928 trees, Greencastle Community School Corporation was presented with the Award for Energy Stewardship from Energy Education during its school board meeting Wednesday night. "Greencastle Commun-ity School Corporation, Superintendent Robert Green, the board members and administration are demonstrating wise fiscal and environmental stewardship by implementing a unique people-oriented energy conservation program," said Dr. ...
Buttery appeals 35-year sentence (05/14/09)
A Russellville man who received a 35-year prison term March 2 in Putnam County Circuit Court on March 2 is appealing his sentence. Chad Buttery, 28, was convicted by a jury on Jan. 15 of Class B felony dealing in methamphetamine and Class C felonies possession of anhydrous ammonia and possession of chemical reagents. In addition, the jury found that Buttery should be deemed a habitual offender...
Trikers raise money for St. Judes (05/14/09)
At the Round Barn Daycare Center Tuesday, pre-school students were racing around the parking lot on bikes and trikes. They spent the last week learning about bicycle safety and raising money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital...
Postal workers food drive successful (05/14/09)
Last weekend, letter carriers in Putnam County delivered more than mail as they participated in the United States Postal Service's 17th Annual National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Food Drive. The Greencastle Post Office was the lead in this year's project. ...
Road or River? (05/14/09)
Local talent on display at Fair on the Square (05/14/09)
Alliance for the Arts will present art and performance at Fair on the Square at the Red Leaf Creativity Center, 10 W Washington St. The gallery opens at 5 p.m. Friday. A music performance by Mary Michael will be at 6 p.m. Henna artist John Salamone will be featured at the loom...
Board learns about classroom technology (05/14/09)
CLOVERDALE -- School board members received a technology demonstration during their regular meeting Monday. Cloverdale High School media specialist Kyle Winkler brought in a smart board and his laptop to show the board how technology is being integrated into the classrooms...
Quilt Winner (05/14/09)
New information to be presented to public (05/14/09)
New information regarding the case of a former South Putnam High School teacher and coach is slated for presentation to the South Putnam school board during its Monday meeting. Kim Fidler, an Indiana State Teacher's Association representative, confirmed she will be in attendance and has requested a place on the board's agenda...
North Putnam graduate receives scholarship (05/14/09)
It was the first application received that was chosen to be given the scholarship. The Putnam County Retired Teacher's Association honored Nicole Smith as the recipient of its scholarship. Smith's application was the first one received by member Marilyn Martin, who was quite surprised by the timeliness...
South Putnam students honored as state champions (05/14/09)
It's been said a thousand times before, but it's true -- hard work pays off. Some South Putnam High School students learned that important lesson recently. Members of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America were named state champions in March at the state conference in Indianapolis. Their project on teenage eating disorders earned them the win...
GHS Top 10 Percent (05/14/09)
CES Citizens of the Week (05/14/09)
Bainbridge thanks muffin sponsors (05/14/09)
A Clean Sweep (05/14/09)
WEST TERRE HAUTE -- On Monday, the Greencastle High School girls' tennis team blanked the West Vigo Vikings, 5-0. Katie Collins won two close battles, 6-4, 6-5 while Kate Babington took care of business in her match, winning 6-3, 6-1. In the No.3 singles match, Katie Farris got the win 6-3, 6-3...
Bonnie Lee Sherber (05/14/09)
Bonnie Lee Sherber, 60, Greencastle, died Sunday, May 10, 2009 at her residence. Mrs. Sherber was born Nov. 13, 1948 to Maudie Roller and Milton McMillian in Richmond, Ohio. She was a breast cancer survivor. Survivors include two daughters, Angel Sherber and Tammy Wilson; two sons, Jimmy Sherber and Jeremy Sherber; four grandchildren, Dakota Lee Green, Haley Wilson, Katie Galloway and Colby Galloway; one brother Mitchel McMillian; and sister Patty Wilcox...
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