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Stories from Monday, November 16, 2009

County Commissioners sign contract for work on Houck Covered Bridge (11/16/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Putnam County Commissioners Gene Beck and Jim Baird signed a contract with the Indiana Department of Transportation for the replacement, new alignment and rehabilitation of County Bridge 125, the Houck Covered Bridge in Washington Township...
SPSC to purchase three new buses (11/16/09)
GREENCASTLE -- The South Putnam School Corporation will be purchasing three new full-size buses. The school board approved the purchase during its Monday meeting. Superintendent Bruce Bernhardt asked board members for permission to buy three 66-passenger Freightliner buses with Thomas bodies. The total cost is $221,689, which has been budgeted...
Guest innovator to visit Greencastle (11/16/09)
GREENCASTLE -- As a continuation of active dialogue and creative partnerships leading to outcomes such as the expanded Downtown Farmers' Market, a Sustainable Greencastle Meeting will be open to the public on Tuesday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in city hall...
Drivers beware (11/16/09)
PUTNAM COUNTY -- Indiana State Police will be conducting a DUI checkpoint in Putnam County on Friday. Officers will be looking for intoxicated, impaired and underage drinking drivers. The checkpoint will be operating late Friday evening and early Saturday morning...
Home for the Holidays (11/16/09)
Nettie Smithers' condominium in Autumn Glen Village is one of six homes on the 27th Annual Holiday Home Tour sponsored by the Delta Theta Tau sorority. Her condo has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open kitchen, dining and living areas with a sunroom. ...
Parks Dept. plans holiday programs (11/16/09)
GREENCASTLE -- With the holidays just around the corner, the Greencastle Parks and Recreation Department is planning three special programs in honor of the season. The department will be sponsoring the Santa Claus Brickmania Challenge, a gingerbread house contest and Phone Call from Santa. The best part of all three contests is they are free...
Old Toppers is back (11/16/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Old Toppers Restaurant is officially back in business following an open house last week. Both the pub and restaurant are open for business and offering a great array of food and drink including homemade French fries and onion rings. They serve a full menu the entire day and have recently opened a lunchtime salad bar and plan to open a hot bar at the first of the year...
Third quarter woes sends Bell to Wabash (11/16/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Saturday's Monon Bell Classic was classically a tale of two halves. On the season, the third quarter was statistically Wabash's second-best quarter; On Saturday, it was their biggest. The Little Giants posted 19 points in the third quarter en route to their 32-19 victory over DePauw to regain control of the famed Monon Bell after two years of DPU dominance...
Greencastle opens season with thriller (11/16/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Greencastle girls' basketball team won its season opener on Saturday when Alyssa Nichols drained a last-second shot for the 69-67 win over Brown County. Mallory Miller led the Greencastle squad with 33 points, with Nichols chipping in 15 and Kayla Nobles scoreing 10...
Betty J. Slack (11/16/09)
Betty J. Slack, 77, of Brazil died Monday, Nov. 15, 2009 at her residence following a brief illness. She was born in Lewis Township, Clay County, on June 13, 1932, the daughter of Harold Fred "Ted" and Mildred N. Wilkins Neal. She attended Brazil High School through her junior year and graduated from Reelsville High School in 1950...
Harold Rex Wendling (11/16/09)
Harold Rex Wendling, 85, of Roachdale died at the Waters of Greencastle on Saturday evening. He was born Sept. 6, 1924 to Harold R. and Naomi Sands Wendling at Roachdale. Mr. Wendling graduated from Roachdale High School in 1942 and served in the U.S. ...
Shop Extension for stocking stuffers and tax aid (11/16/09)
Shop Purdue Extension for Stocking Stuffers and Tax Help! Many have started or soon will be thinking about presents and preparation for holiday meals. Also there is the coming need of being prepared by year end from a tax standpoint. If you would like to lessen state income tax burden, you can always make a donation to your local Extension Office. ...
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