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Stories from Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Wade to remain in jail (06/24/09)
A Greencastle woman accused of violating the terms of her home detention will remain in jail for at least a few more weeks. Tamera S. Wade, 46, was convicted of Class D felony theft in December and given a 2 1/2-year sentence, 18 months of which was to be served on home detention. On June 11, she was arrested and accused of violating the terms of her house arrest. ...
Under Construction (06/24/09)
Motorists traveling on North Jackson Street (US 231N) Tuesday experienced delays due to road construction. Indiana Department of Transportation worked all day to repave the north and southbound lanes from the Monon Restaurant to Columbia Street. Debbie Calder with INDOT said the work was scheduled to only take one day.
Single vehicle crash traps two (06/24/09)
ROACHDALE -- Two people were trapped in their mini-van following a single vehicle crash Tuesday morning east of Roachdale. The driver of the van, Robert Hill, 63, called the 911-dispatch center at 9:23 a.m. to report the crash. Hill, who is physically handicapped, could not get himself out of the van, and his passenger, 72-year-old Dorothy Lyons was unconscious...
Fair passes now available (06/24/09)
The 2009 Putnam County fair passes provided by Endeavor Communications are available. Endeavor Communications is the official Sponsor of the 2009 Putnam County Fair. The 2009 passes are printed on special paper that will help prevent copying. Passes will be available at Endeavor Communications office in Cloverdale as well as the Putnam County Extension Office...
Cellist to perform at Gobin (06/24/09)
Korean cellist Yeon Ji Yun, winner of numerous competitions and a former member of the Korean Symphony Orchestra, makes her Greencastle Summer Classical Music Festival debut tonight in a program of music from Argentina and Spain. She will be joined by Japanese pianist Nariaki Sugiura in the 7:30 p.m. program in Greencastle's Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church. Admission is free, with donations accepted...
Local residents have chance to 'Dine with a Doc' (06/24/09)
A small crowd dined with Dr. Troy Quiz, an internal medicine specialist, during the first Putnam County Dine with a Doc event at Hickory Creek at Sunset. However, Quiz was not the only special guest. State Representative Nancy Michael was in attendance to show her support and participate in Dine with a Doc...
Steven Lee Huber (06/24/09)
Steve Huber, beloved son and friend, died Thursday, June 4, 2009 in Chicago at the age of 40. Mr. Huber was a 1987 graduate of South Putnam High School, graduated from Indiana University with a degree in geography/cartogra-phy, and worked the past eight years in Chicago...
Cecil O. Nichols (06/24/09)
Cecil O. Nichols, 92, of Greencastle died on Monday, June 22, 2009. He was born on Sept. 28, 1916 in Fillmore to Ira U. and Nellie F. Zeiner Nichols. Mr. Nichols was a 1935 graduate of Fillmore High School. He served his country in the U.S. Navy during World War II, including service at Normandy. ...
Putnam Scanner for June 24, 2009 (06/24/09)
Sheriff's Department Alisha Kimes of Fillmore was traveling on CR 25W Sunday, when she attempted to cross U.S. 36. Jennifer Smith of Brownsburg was traveling west on US 36, when Kimes pulled into her path. Smith struck the passenger side of Kimes' vehicle sending it into a cornfield owned by Bill Bowman...
Regulated farming operations are responsible (06/24/09)
To the Editor: On June 18 a Purdue University team of extension specialists presented its preliminary findings on the impacts of livestock farms on local communities. They discovered what most of us in agriculture already know: Regulated farming operations are environmentally responsible, and like any other business, the taxes they pay support county budgets and lower property taxes for local homeowners...
Swim instructors should be proud (06/24/09)
To the editor: My daughter finished a two-week swim lesson session at South Putnam, and I just want to compliment everyone in the organization. I also want to thank the three instructors (Amanda, Samantha and Loren) who had personal contact with her. Brionna loved her experience and couldn't wait for the next day's lesson...
Saturday Shoes plays Parkfest (06/24/09)
June 2009

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