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Stories from Monday, June 8, 2009

CHS to move forward with new greenhouse (06/08/09)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale school board made several approvals during its regular meeting Monday night. Among them was an approval to move forward on its new greenhouse. Several bids were received on the project, and the board chose to go with Garmong. Superintendent Carrie Milner noted Garmong was the most reasonable and responsible bidder...
Stockton seeking Congress seat (06/08/09)
Longtime Putnam County resident Dan Stockton has thrown his hat in the ring for Indiana's 8th District congressional seat. Stockton, who is running on the Republican ticket, officially announced his candidacy for the office Saturday at the Blast from the Past festival in his hometown of Bainbridge...
GHS Alumni Association recognizes two special people (06/08/09)
Greencastle High School alumni gathered for an all-class reunion dinner Saturday and gave special recognition to two extraordinary people. John and Carolyn (Flint) Carson will be leaving the Greencastle area for Utah, where their daughters Susan, Nancy and Sarah and grandchildren reside...
Area 30 childcare closing (06/08/09)
The childcare program at Area 30 Career Center will close its doors on June 26. But that doesn't mean no childcare will be available through the facility. Putnam County Head Start will lease the space the childcare center currently occupies, and will begin serving area children in August...
Special Recognition (06/08/09)
Operatin Life billing secretary Wanda Twigg received various recognitions during her recent retirement reception. Among the recognitions was the Distinguished Hoosier Award, as granted by Governor Mitch Daniels. The Distinguished Hoosier award recognizes individuals "with qualities and characteristics that reflect the best of the State of Indiana" and "actions that endear them in the hearts and minds of all Hoosiers"...
Huber advances to golf regional (06/08/09)
The Greencastle boys golf team placed fourth at the Martinsville Sectional Monday with a round of 309. Cloverdale's 345 was good enough for 10th place, while South Putnam was 12th with a total of 372 and North Putnam rounded out the teams with a 399...
Local athletes quest ends at State (06/08/09)
As a junior last year, Greencastle High School track team member Caitlin Gannaway fell one position short of making it to the final round of the shot put at the state finals. Going into Saturday's state finals at Indiana University's Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex, she was once again seeded in the middle of a group of 27 girls vying for the state crown...
South Putnam falls to Wildcats at Austin (06/08/09)
AUSTIN -- All it took was five innings. In those five innings, the Eagles baseball team watched its best season in school history (22-8) fade away at the hands of the Wildcats of Evansville Mater Dei by a score of 12-0. "It was one of those games that if something could go wrong, it did go wrong," SPHS Coach Troy Burgess said. "We made a lot of uncharacteristic mistakes that we usually don't make and when you play a team as good as they are, you can't make those mistakes."...
Cloverdale edged by Lady Miners at regional (06/08/09)
FERDINAND -- Linton-Stockton senior Taneal Church scored from second base on a throwing error on a bunt in the bottom of the sixth inning to give the Lady Miners a 1-0 win in the second semifinal of the Class 2A Forest Park Regional Saturday. With the win, Linton-Stockton advanced to the regional championship game against Tell City, who defeated Clarksville 3-0 in the first semifinal game. The loss ends the season for the Clovers at 16-14...
Bailey Camp returns to GHS (06/08/09)
Once again, the Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce will sponsor the return of Damon Bailey Basketball Camp to Greencastle High School. The camp will run from June 12 through 14 and is open to boys and girls entering first through 10th grades. The camp takes place at the GHS McAnally Center and runs from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday and Saturday and from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday. All campers are to report to McAnally Center between 8:15 and 9 a.m. on Friday...
Patricia A. Seipel (06/08/09)
Patricia A. Seipel, 71, of Los Lunas, N.M. died Wednesday, May 27, 2009 in Rio Rancho, N.M. after a long series of health problems. She was born in Indianapolis on March 10 1938 to John and Fay Gillespie. She grew up in Indianapolis and raised her family in Plainfield...
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