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Stories from Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Council grants continuance of tax abatements (07/22/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The Putnam County Council approved a continuation on the tax abatement for five local companies. Among them was Altra Biofuels in Cloverdale. Its receiver James A. Knauer of Indianapolis was in attendance at Tuesday night's meeting. He told council members the abatement would be a "valuable component in marketing" the business...
Fair in Full Swing (07/22/09)
Engineered lumber to be tagged (07/22/09)
GREENCASTLE -- A county ordinance adopted by Putnam County Commissioners at Monday's meeting requires all new building structures using engineered lumber to be tagged for the protection of emergency responders. The City of Greencastle and the Greencastle Fire Department enacted and approved a similar ordinance in May 20008...
Heritage Lake owners ask to use Barrett Law to get roads paved (07/22/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Heritage Lake Homeowners Association Board members Dan Antico and Harold Paetow appeared before the Putnam County Commissioners Monday evening asking to use a specific law that would allow for a ten year bond paid for by tax assessments to property owners at the lake...
Bridges discovers budget shortfall (07/22/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Putnam County Judge Denny Bridges discovered his budget would have a deficient at the end of year because of the retirement of one of his staff members. He appeared before Putnam County Commissioners Monday evening to ask permission to move some of his staff around due to the retirement of his office manager Judy Clifford. In discussing the moves, he explained that Clifford had never used any sick time and will be paid $3,000 for that unused time...
Boswell Player of the Year (07/22/09)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Editor GREENCASTLE -- South Putnam enjoyed a season of great accomplishment. They had a base-runner shatter the school record for stolen bases in a season, they captured the sectional championship and they led the county in wins...
Keeping their eye on the Target (07/22/09)
Eyleen Jean Petrey (07/22/09)
Eyleen Jean Petrey, 78, of Greencastle died on Monday July 20, 2009. She was born Dec. 6, 1930 in Belle Union to Alva Everett and Gladys Mae Conwell Wilson. Mrs. Petrey was a graduate of Belle Union High School. Surviving are her children, Jim Petrey and wife Tammy of Greencastle, Shirley Lanham and husband Don of Brazil and Patricia Perkins and husband Cecil of Greencastle; one brother, Wayne Wilson and wife Mary of Morton; two sisters, Hazel Marie Siddons and husband Frank of Danville and JoAnn Woods and husband Jim of New Maysville; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson.. ...
Michael A. Rimar (07/22/09)
Michael A. Rimar, 61, Greencastle, died on Sunday, July 19, 2009. He was born on April 3, 1948 in Jersey City, N.J. to Michael and Anna Golias Rimar. Mr. Rimar had taught at numerous schools over the years including New York City, New Jersey, Cascade High School, Greencastle Middle and High School and most recently ResCare. He taught history and special education classes...
Putnam Scanner for July 22, 2009 (07/22/09)
Putnam County Jail Two men were arrested and booked into the Putnam County Jail Monday on several felony charges. Steven Dickey, 46, Lawrence, and Michael Sisk, 46, Linton, were booked just before 4 a.m. for unlicensed possession of a handgun, possession of precursors, cocaine, marijuana and a syringe...
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