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Stories from Monday, July 13, 2009

Cloverdale schools hire new administrators (07/13/09)
CLOVERDALE -- Cloverdale School Board announced it has hired Brent Sailor as the new high school assistant principal and Sheila Anderson as middle school principal. Cloverdale High School will be getting more than just a new assistant principal. The board hired Amanda Hampton as a chemistry teacher and Greg Thomas as a business teacher...
Talented Putnam County youth bound for state fair (07/13/09)
Due largely to the efforts of contest organizer Lita Sandy, the Putnam County Fair Talent Contest looks to be on its way back. Having had just two entries in 2008, the number was up to nine on Sunday at the Putnam County Fairgrounds. With a theme of "So You Think You Got Talent," 16 local youths, some as individuals and some as groups, proved they indeed have talent...
Boone Hutcheson Cemetery to make major addition (07/13/09)
The Boone Hutcheson Cemetery has gravesites that go back as far as 1812, more than a decade before the formation of Putnam County. Many pioneers who helped create and grow the county are buried in this quiet island of solitude resting on top of a hill in southwestern Putnam County...
History buffs take in local landmarks and fine dining (07/13/09)
Over 50 members of the Historic Landmarks Foundation enjoyed an educational evening of fine dining in historic locations around Greencastle Friday evening. Members of the Western Regional District of the Indiana Historic Landmarks Foundation began their progressive dinner evening at the historic Putnam County Courthouse, where they enjoyed appetizers from Treasures on the Square...
Trooper injured in local crash (07/13/09)
An Indiana State Police sergeant suffered several non-life threatening injuries in a car crash while responding to assist a Putnam County Deputy with a possible intoxicated driver. At 2:53 p.m. Saturday, Sergeant Chip Sunier was west bound on US 40 just west of CR 675 East en route to assist the deputy when his vehicle began to hydroplane due to standing water on the roadway. ...
United Way plans annual golf outing (07/13/09)
The annual golf outing fundraiser for the Putnam County United Way is set for Aug. 7 at Old Hickory Golf Course. Golfers and sponsors are still needed for the event. Hole sponsorships are available for $50 and a sponsor for the 19th hole is being sought. Cost for 19th hole sponsorship is $250. Raffle prizes are also being accepted...
From the Gridiron to the Cage (07/13/09)
For as long as he can remember, Kyle Gibbons has always been competitive. Throughout high school and college he used his competitiveness on the gridiron, but when the time finally came for him to graduate college, he was left with only question -- "How do I compete now?"...
Brody C. Campbell (07/13/09)
Brody C. Campbell, infant son of Duane C. and Tara J. Campbell died on Saturday July 11, 2009. Surviving in addition to his parents are his sister, Kelci Rogers; maternal grandparents, Oscar and Jill King, Jr.; paternal grandparents, Jerry and Chris Campbell; maternal great-grandparents, Oscar and Marcia King; paternal great-great grandparents, Duane and Patti Campbell and James and Carolyn Bradshaw; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins...
Margaret R. Miller (07/13/09)
Margaret R. Miller, 78, of rural Putnam County, passed away unexpectedly, July 8, 2009 at her residence. She was born in Parke County, May 7, 1931 to Clarence A. and Merle R. (Helton) Miller. Miss. Miller attended Mansfield school and graduated from Bridgeton High School with the class of 1949. ...
Charles Melvin Sinclair (07/13/09)
Charles Melvin Sinclair, 89, of Eminence died on Saturday, July 11, 2009 at Asbury Towers in Greencastle. He was born May 30, 1920 in Cloverdale and was the son of the late Frederick Arthur and Freeda Jane McCammack Sinclair. He married Viola Lorene Ramsey in 1942 and she preceded him in death on May 28, 2009...
Keep Fair Week COOL! (07/13/09)
Each year the months of June, July, and August are known as the "Fair Season" across the Midwestern states. July is peak season for Indiana county fairs that offer opportunities for youth and adults alike to exhibit items and animals that they have been working with and learning about since early winter. The exhibits, action demonstrations, programs, and such also offer visitors to the fairs a chance to expand their knowledge about a variety of areas...
Putnam County Fair Talent Show (07/13/09)
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