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Stories from Thursday, June 11, 2009

Wade back in jail, accused of violating home detention terms (06/11/09)
A Greencastle woman sentenced in December to 18 months of house arrest was arrested Thursday for violating the terms of her home detention. Tamera S. Wade, 46, has been ordered by Putnam Court Circuit Judge Thomas Milligan to be held in the Putnam County Jail without bond until a court hearing is held. No court dates have yet been set...
New charges filed against Mitchener (06/11/09)
Five new felony charges have been filed by the state against a Roachdale woman accused of stealing more than $56,000 from Putnam County's Old National Trail (ONT) special education cooperative. In addition to the Class C felony corrupt business influence and Class D felony charges she was already facing, Tammy Y. Mitchener, 33, is now charged with four counts of Class C felony forgery and one count of Class D felony official misconduct...
GCSC board honors retiring staff members (06/11/09)
With the school year now over, the Greencastle Community School Board opened Wednesday's meeting by honoring its nine retiring staff member for their years of service. Darlene Biddle, Jim Church, Kathy Jones, Vicki Montgomery, Eve Stark, Jon Stark, Margo Thomas, Stan Ward and Vicky Williams all called it quits at year's end, with anywhere from three to 34 years of service to the corporation...
PCH Quilt Winner (06/11/09)
For the month of May, the Putnam County Hospital Cancer Center held a raffle for a hand-stitched queen-size quilt. Linda Mann, RN Cancer Center manager (left) and Rhonda McCammack, RN (right) presented Betty Dunn (center) with the quilt she won. Betty only purchased one six-pack of tickets for $5. During the fundraiser, the Cancer Center raised $515 for the Putnam County Community Foundation Cancer Center Endowment. The endowment will help to guarantee the operation of the Cancer Center for Putnam and surrounding area residents.
Bainbridge Town Council gets update on street projects (06/11/09)
BAINBRIDGE -- Bainbridge Town Council members Richard Cope, Naomi Barker and Bonnie Osborn heard an update on proposed street projects and the funding for them during its Wednesday night meeting. One project aimed at milling up the three inches of pavement on the road and repaving it with three inches of asphalt has hit a small snag. The road is in an area that has been declared historic...
Council could put kibosh on Blast from the Past (06/11/09)
Members of the Bainbridge Town Council hold the future of Friends of the Park's Blast from the Past Festival in its hands. Event coordinator Dianna Gorrell asked council members for their approval to move the annual festival from June to October. The eighth annual Blast from the Past Festival opened at the Bainbridge Community Center last weekend. For the second year in a row, the event had disappointing results...
Extension clubs bring Christmas to county fair (06/11/09)
"Christmas at the Fair" brings the holiday spirit of giving early to the Putnam County Fair this year. Family, Friends and Fun Club, along with The Rustlers and Country Baking Bunch are sponsoring "Christmas at the Fair" during Family Day at this year's Putnam County Fair...
Extension homemakers sponsor pop tab collection day, benefit Ronald McDonald House (06/11/09)
Putnam County Extension Homemakers are sponsoring its second annual Pop Tab Collection Day for Ronald McDonald House of Indiana. Members will be set up in the front parking lot of the Greencastle Wal-Mart from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 20 to receive tabs from anyone who would like to contribute...
Golf Greatness (06/11/09)
First place winners of the 10th Annual Greencastle Fire Department Golf Scramble at Old Hickory Golf course were Dick Asbell, Phil Asbell, Terry Haussin and Pat Asbell. Funds from the golf tourney go to the Hoosier Burn Camp.
Teaching and Sharing (06/11/09)
Putnam County 4-H member Jada Buchanan, left, assists in constructing a first aid kit with students at the Clay County YMCA Afterschool program at Ridpath Elementary to show an example of a 4-H project.
Local host families needed (06/11/09)
The FORTE International Exchange Association (FIEA) is seeking host families in the Putnam County area. Host families are families who would like different cultures in their home. Host families are families that love to help create memories and make dreams come true...
DePauw grads accepted to Teach for America (06/11/09)
A total of 19 May 2009 graduates of DePauw University are committed to Teach For America (TFA) for the next two years. That represents a new record high, exceeding 2007's total by four, and an all-time high 25 DePauw seniors were accepted for TFA. With about 4 percent of its graduating seniors entering TFA, DePauw is among the nation's strongest contributors to the program...
Horse show set for July 4 (06/11/09)
The Indiana QHA Show N' Go, an American Quarter Horse Association-approved show, will be held July 4 and 5 at the Crossroads Arena in Cloverdale. American Quarter Horse Shows test horses' abilities in dozens of different classes and feature events such as jumping, reining, barrel racing, cutting, roping and pole bending. Additionally, halter classes that judge American Quarter Horses based on balance, muscling and breed characteristics are held...
Eagles' duo fall at regional (06/11/09)
CARMEL -- Megan Klotz and Tabitha Arnold lost 0-6, 0-6 in their match at the Carmel Regional Saturday and even though their season came to an end, it was one to remember. "Megan Criss and Cassie Davis raised the bar last year," SPHS Coach Johnnie Briones said. "This year, Megan and Tabitha raised the bar even higher."...
Rosemary Stout Harrold (06/11/09)
Rosemary Stout Harrold, 92, of Greencastle died Wednesday, June 10, 2009. She was born May 10, 1917, the daughter of Frank B. and Rosalia Stout in Indianapolis. She attended St. Agnes High School and Butler University, majoring in education. Mrs. Harrold was a longtime, very active member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Greencastle. Known for her wit and charm, she will be dearly missed by family and friends...
Charles Earl Marsteller (06/11/09)
Charles Earl Marsteller, 72, of Russellville died at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis on Tuesday, June 9, 2009. He was born Dec. 27, 1936 in Russellville to Charles Almus and Geraldine Zoe Marsteller. He was a graduate of Russellville High School in 1954 and graduated from Indiana University with a business degree in 1958...
Dorotha N. Miller (06/11/09)
Dorotha N. Miller, 98, of Greencastle died Wednesday, June 10, 2009 at Hickory Creek at Sunset. Born Sept. 6, 1910 in Parke County, she was the daughter of Harry E. and Armeda Hubble Neff. She was a 1928 graduate of North Salem High School. She married Willard A. Miller on Nov. 17, 1928 and he preceded her in death on March 31, 1989...
Putnam Scanner for June 11, 2009 (06/11/09)
Putnam County Jail Randy Howard, 46, Reelsville, was booked into the Putnam County Jail at 11:03 p.m. Monday for mischief, provocation and criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon. Troy Whitis, 44, Seymour, was booked at 11:54 p.m. Monday for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, operating per se and public intoxication...
GHS head coach Donovan Wheeler reacts to Huber's regional performance (06/11/09)
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