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Stories from Thursday, August 20, 2009

Ziegelman honored by Masons for 50 years of service (08/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Being a Mason is something of a family tradition for Robert Ziegelman of Greencastle. The 77-year-old's father was a longtime member of Cloverdale Lodge No. 132 of the Free and Accepted Masons, where Ziegelman was recently honored for more than 50 years of service...
New program equals big savings for SP (08/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The transportation department at South Putnam School Corporation has started the new school year without much difficulty thanks to a new program. "(Versatrans Solutions) is a super program," said Chuck Shaffer, transportation director. "It's the smoothest year we've had."...
Williams State Farm sponsors food drive for Senior Center (08/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Hearing that the Putnam County Senior Center's Food Pantry was running out of food inspired Allen Williams and his staff at their State Farm office to hold a food drive for the facility. Anyone wishing to make donations of non-perishable food or monetary donations can bring their goods to Williams' office located at 100 N. Fifth Street just south of Indianapolis Road between Pizza Hut and Jackson's Family Restaurant...
Webb sentenced to weekends (08/20/09)
GREENCASTLE -- An Indianapolis woman has been sentenced to four weekends in jail for identity deception. Shakeya Webb, 21, was originally charged with Class B felony dealing in a schedule I controlled substance, Class C felony trafficking with an inmate and Class D felony identity deception. Under the terms of a plea agreement, the Class B and C felonies were dropped...
CMS aiming for 10,000 Campbell's points (08/20/09)
CLOVERDALE -- Ten thousand is the number of points Cloverdale Middle School needs to collect through Campbell's Labels For Education program. The community can help Cloverdale Middle School reach its goal by purchasing selected Campbell's product with a point value on the proof of purchase. Save the proofs of purchases and mail them to the school...
Cougars succumb to Warriors (08/20/09)
ROACHDALE -- Intimidated. That is the only word that NPHS coach Jill Schreiber could say to describe her volleyball team Wednesday night. "We were intimidated from the get go," Schreiber said. "The girls, walked in and said she didn't graduate, and from that point on we were lost."...
O'Riordan's voice as strong as ever (08/20/09)
Although her voice was the driving force behind a band that sold more than 40 million albums, Dolores O'Riordan has fallen into relative anonymity in the current decade. Tuesday's release of the ex-Cranberries lead singer's No Baggage on Zo'/Rounder Records should leave listeners with one question: Why have we forgotten Dolores O'Riordan?...
Betty M. Cooper (08/20/09)
Betty M. Cooper, 89, of Greencastle, formerly of Cloverdale, died on Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2009 at the Mill Pond Health Campus in Greencastle. She was born on Jan. 26, 1920 in Putnam County and was the daughter of the late Clarence Orestes and Cora May Young Davis...
Putnam Scanner for Aug. 20, 2009 (08/20/09)
Greencastle Fire Department Crews were dispatched to 17 S. Indiana St. at 1:45 a.m. Saturday to assist Putnam County Operation Life. They were back in service at 2 a.m. Crews were dispatched to 427 E. Washington St. at 1:39 p.m. Saturday for a fire alarm, which turned out to be an oxygen machine malfunction. They were back in service at 1:51 p.m...
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