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Stories from Thursday, June 25, 2009

Sentencing set for Mitchener (06/25/09)
A Roachdale woman accused of stealing more than $56,000 from the special education cooperative where she was employed as a treasurer will be sentenced on July 23. Tammy Y. Mitchener, 33, plead guilty Thursday to Class C felony corrupt business influence and Class D felony. ...
Gov. Daniels talks budget (06/25/09)
BRAZIL -- With the clock ticking, Gov. Mitch Daniels would like to see the state budget passed -- with a few very specific conditions. The only budget he would sign, Daniels said, was one with absolutely no tax increases, a $1 billion reserve cushion and no gimmicks...
Nealon says goodbye to PCPL board (06/25/09)
Bonnie Nealon has served on the Putnam County Public Library board for 14 years. In honor of her final meeting as a board member, Nealon seconded every motion Wednesday. "The years have gone by so quickly," she said following the meeting. She and her family members are avid readers, which helped draw her to be a part of the library board. However, Nealon never expected to stay for so many years. During her time, she served as president for four years and as secretary for one year...
Town has raccoon problems (06/25/09)
RUSSELLVILLE -- Town residents complaining of raccoons in their gardens and yards will have to figure out how to get rid of the pests themselves. Russellville Town Council members Jim Rodgers, Don Reddish and Jean Gross determined that problems with raccoons were up to the individual property owner to resolve and not an issue for the town...
Meet the New Boss (06/25/09)
Above, 2008-09 Greencastle Rotary Club president Eric Wolfe pins 2009-10 club president Murray Pride, who will take over as president next Wednesday, the day after he retires as superintendent of North Putnam Schools. Wolfe was also honored Wednesday, below, by Past District Governor Jim Graham names Wolfe a Paul Harris Fellow for a donation given in Wolfe's name by the club to the Rotary Foundation.
Duct tape champions (06/25/09)
Anna Beth Urban, center, walked away with the duct tape crown from Putnam County Public Library's Duct Tape Competition Saturday. Urban's spotted horse modeled after her own horse won her best of show with a unanimous decision by the judges and votes from individuals who visited the PCPL booth at the street fair gave her audience choice. Along with Urban are two other contestants, Peter Urban and his boat and Ted Yahraus with his fish.
Church celebrates milestone (06/25/09)
On July 5, the New Maysville Community Church will be celebrating it's 170th year of service. The church was founded in 1839 by its forefathers in the wilderness of New Maysville. The day of celebration will begin with Sunday School service at 9:30 a.m. followed by the worship service at 10:30. There will be a pitch in dinner immediately after worship service with the homecoming service beginning at 1:30 p.m. The public is invited to come and fellowship on this special day...
Menzel named NCAC Woman of the Year (06/25/09)
GAMBIER, Ohio -- A national champion and All-American, recent Kenyon College graduate Tracy Menzel was named Tuesday the winner of the 2009 North Coast Athletic Conference Pam Smith Woman of the Year Award. Menzel was a four-year member of the Ladies swim team, which won the NCAA Division III championship in each of her last three seasons. ...
Luke Stan Lovins (06/25/09)
Luke Stan Lovins, 21, of Cloverdale died Saturday, June 20, 2009. He was born on Aug. 12, 1987. He was a 2006 graduate of Cloverdale High School, where he loved and played football, basketball and baseball. He was a member of Bethel Family Worship Center in Indianapolis. ...
Imogene "Jean" Allen (06/25/09)
Imogene "Jean" Allen, 79, of Warsaw died on Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at Warsaw Meadows Nursing Home. She was born on July 14, 1929 in Powersburg, Ky. to Edna Rose Frost and Charles P. Kennedy. A resident of Kosciusko County since 1970, she was employed for many years in the East Plant press room at R.R. Donnelley and Sons in Warsaw...
Putnam Scanner for June 25, 2009 (06/25/09)
Putnam County Jail A Spencer man was arrested and booked into the Putnam County for several felony charges. John Carpenter, 26, was booked at 11:49 a.m. Wednesday for three counts of receiving stolen property and Class D Felony habitual offender. He was also booked for possession of paraphernalia...
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