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Stories from Thursday, December 24, 2009

Families find help at Senior Center (12/24/09)
It has been a tough year in Putnam County for many families. Many of those people have found help at the Putnam County Senior Center through one of their many programs -- and the Toys for Tots program at the center have benefited many people over the years...
Spirit of the Season (12/24/09)
Members of the Fraternal Order of Police recently delivered Christmas Gifts to 21 children throughout Putnam County.
Cloverdale Drugs robbers remain at large (12/24/09)
CLOVERDALE -- Two suspects who broke into Cloverdale Drugs on Nov. 11 are still at large. Store personnel turned over surveillance tapes recorded during the break-in to the Cloverdale Police Department. While the images of one of the suspects were relatively clear, only a partial view of the other was recorded...
Showing a little fight (12/24/09)
Youth City Tournament standings (12/24/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Over 75 youth participated in their local city bowling tournament on Dec. 13, 19, 20. These are youth from the ages of 5 to 18 that bowl each Saturday at Alex Alleys in the Youth Leagues. Sixty of them will be going to Indianapolis in February to participate in the State Tournament...
New Clooney flick flies high (12/24/09)
In a year where there were few surprises popping off the silver screen, there were some that were completely unexpected and delightful. The latest George Clooney flick, Up in the Air, is just such a picture. Amid a society where it's said that 1-in-6 people are unemployed or underemployed, director Jason Reitman delivers a story about a man whose job it is to go to companies, sit their long time employees down and give them the ever so gentle heave-ho as the company goes in "a different direction.". ...
Indiana Film Journalists Association announces awards (12/24/09)
The Indiana Film Journalists Association, an organization of journalists dedicated to promoting quality film criticism in the Hoosier State, is pleased to announce its first-ever annual film awards. Much like other regional critics groups, the IFJA Film Awards are meant to recognize the finest cinematic achievements of the year. ...
Richard Thomas Woody (12/24/09)
Richard Thomas Woody, 85, died unexpectedly at his home Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2009. He was born July 15, 1924 to Clark and Lois Long Woody near Thorntown. He was educated at Thorntown schools and attended Purdue University. He was a graduate of the Purdue Ag Winter School. He was active in 4-H and Rural Youth in Boone County...
Putnam Scanner for Dec. 24, 2009 (12/24/09)
Putnam County Jail Adrian Fisher, 19, Fillmore, was booked into the Putnam County Jail at 2:40 a.m. Thursday for public intoxication, operating a vehicle with a suspended license and possessing alcohol as a minor. Robert Cale, 31, Rockville, was booked at 4 p.m. Friday for petition to revoke probation...
I can see for Miles and Miles and Miles and Miles and Miles (12/24/09)
What do you get for the guy who has everything? Of course, the obvious answer to this has always been the same: Nothing. I mean, he really doesn't need anything, so why waste your time? For those still willing to try, though, I may have just found the answer to your last-minute Christmas woes...
Legislators gear up for 2010 session (12/24/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- With the start of the 2010 Indiana General Assembly just a couple of weeks away, we are starting to see the issues that will establish our discussions in the session to come. Lawmakers will consider permanent property tax relief for Hoosier homeowners, make sure that Indiana jobs go to Indiana workers, restrict efforts to privatize government operations and demand more ethical behavior from legislators, lobbyists and statewide elected officials...
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