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Stories from Friday, June 12, 2009

Inmates reach academic goals (06/12/09)
In February 2004, Brian Butler was -- by his own admission -- "a drugged out, gun toting freak." Those attributes led to Butler being sent to prison. But today, instead of just being a 46-year-old man with a felony record, he is a college graduate -- a magna cum laude college graduate...
Danger of railroad crossings a reality (06/12/09)
The death of retired director of the Old National Trail program in Greencastle, Carolyn Jean Davidson, who was killed when a train struck her vehicle in Terre Haute last week has propelled the dangers of railroad crossing to the forefront of the news...
Indianapolis woman sentenced for trafficking (06/12/09)
An Indianapolis woman was recently sentenced to 10 years in prison after being convicted of two felonies related to trafficking with an inmate at the Putnamville Correctional Facility. Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley sentenced Tonya Denise Corley Robinson, 35, to seven years at the Indiana Department of Correction with three years executed and four years suspended for Class C felony trafficking with an inmate and to three years, all executed, at the DOC for Class D felony possession of marijuana.. ...
50 Years of Service (06/12/09)
Baker receives 40-year sentence (06/12/09)
A Cloverdale man was sentenced by Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley Thursday to 40 years for Class A felony child molesting. Jeffrey L. Baker, 50, was ordered to spend 30 years at the Indiana Department of Corrections and 10 years on probation. He was also deemed a sexually violent predator, which means he will have to sign up for GPS monitoring for the rest of his life when he is released from prison...
Program nets money for Humane Shelter (06/12/09)
Over the last four months, contributions of paper for recycling in the Banner Graphic Retriever bins have earned nearly $500 for the Putnam County Humane Society. All your newspapers, magazines, office and school papers, folders, fax paper, shopping catalogs and mail can be placed in the container for recycling...
Sanctuary of the Arts hosts altered art gathering on Saturday (06/12/09)
CARBON -- Artists and wannabe artists will have an opportunity to turn things like old photos, paper, old tins or boxes into lovely art pieces on Saturday at the Sanctuary of the Arts. The class is called an Altered Art Gathering and is open to the public...
Huber ends senior season at Greenwood Regional (06/12/09)
GREENWOOD -- GHS senior Wade Huber stormed into Hickory Creek Golf Course Thursday focused, with his sights targeted on Franklin and the state finals. However, Huber powered in a 75 and fell just short of moving on. "Overall I think I played well," Huber said. "I left some shots out there on the back nine. I was even through 11 holes and then bogied four of my last seven holes. Overall, I'm not complaining about anything."...
Andy O'Hair (06/12/09)
Andy O'Hair, 92, of Avon and formerly of Mooresville, died June 10, 2009. Andy was born Oct. 1, 1916, in Putnam County to the late Marion Jasper and Mae (Keyt) O'Hair. Andy graduated from Clinton Center High School and attended Indiana Normal College. He taught school at Clinton Center High School and later in a one-room school house in Fern...
Englad - Merriman (06/12/09)
Ron and Debbie England of Cloverdale announce the engagement of their daughter, Andrea England, to Kevin Merriman, son of Tim and Debbie Atwell of Plainfield. The couple will exchange vows on Saturday, July 18 at Hazelwood Christian Church. After a Tennessee honeymoon, the couple will reside on the Westside of Indianapolis...
Woodall - 50th (06/12/09)
Nelson and Sue Woodall of Greencastle will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on June 21. Nelson Woodall and Sue Rowe were married at the home of the bride in Indianapolis. Nelson graduated fro Greencastle High School and is retired from IBM. Sue graduated from Ben Davis High School and is the owner of a home-based business, RSL Enterprises...
Putnam Scanner for June 13, 2009 (06/12/09)
A Danville man was arrested and booked into the Putnam County Jail on alcohol related charges following an accident early Thursday morning. Joseph Koehl, 25, was traveling east on US 36 at 12:19 a.m., when he attempted to avoid hitting a deer in the roadway. Koehl's vehicle struck the left-side guardrail...
Congrats and good luck to an old friend (06/12/09)
To the Editor: On Sept. 1, 1957, Ed Hammond and Norman Hammer opened an accounting firm with only one client and one adding machine to share between them. Through the years, Norman moved and opened a branch office in Sullivan, while Ed remained in Greencastle. For 52 years, Ed has been serving the people and businesses of this community, as well as volunteering with the local civic organizations...
Fire Department thanks supporters (06/12/09)
To the Editor: On Saturday, June 6, the Greencastle Fire Department, along with title sponsor Carpenter's Union Local 859, held the 10th Annual GFD Golf Scramble at Old Hickory Golf Course to help raise money for the Hoosier Burn Camp. The Hoosier Burn Camp is held each year for children of ages 8 to 18 years of age that have been burned and hospitalized. ...
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