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Stories from Monday, January 4, 2010

County Treasurer office closed until bond paid (01/04/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The Putnam County Treasurer's Office was closed Monday morning. It will remain so until the county pays the bond for new treasurer Sharon Owens. Additionally, with no one bonded in the office, county payroll checks cannot be issued this Friday...
Ensley sworn in as deputy prosecutor (01/04/10)
GREENCASTLE -- A vacancy in the Putnam County Prosecutor's Office has been filled. On Friday, Putnam County Prosecutor Tim Bookwalter swore in Jim Ensley as a deputy prosecutor. Ensley fills a spot created last fall when Chief Deputy Prosecutor Donald VanDerMoere left the Putnam County office to take the prosecutor's post in Owen County and Deputy Prosecutor Justin Long became Putnam County's chief deputy prosecutor...
Presley's 75th birthday will be celebrated in Putnam County (01/04/10)
This Jan. 8, the "King of Rock and Roll," Elvis Presley, would have been 75 years old. His legend will continue to live on with many celebrations all over the country, including one in Putnam County. Chief's Restaurant in Greencastle is offering an evening of Elvis with videos, food, drink and an Elvis karaoke competition...
Date set for Unger appeal (01/04/10)
GREENCASTLE -- A hearing has been set in the appeal of a Greencastle man who is currently serving an eight-year sentence in connection with a battery on a family member. Jay C. Unger, 56, will be in court March 15 for a hearing on post-conviction relief. Three hours have been allotted for the hearing, which will be presided over by Putnam County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Headley...
Western Boone snaps Cougars' two-game win streak with 66-36 rout Saturday (01/04/10)
ROACHDALE -- Coming off the heels of back-to-back wins, the Cougars were looking to carry over their momentum into 2010 Saturday night when they hosted the Stars of Western Boone. It didn't happened. The Stars rung in the New Year, routing the North Putnam 66-36 and sending the Cougars back to the drawing board...
A taste of real Hoosier Hysteria (01/04/10)
FILLMORE -- It's been 40 years since the walls inside the Fillmore gymnasium have heard the cheering of a crowd watching a varsity basketball contest. Riding a two game winning streak, and an Eagle Holiday Classic Championship, South Putnam returns the tiny gym to host Eminence, with the JV tipping off at 6 p.m...
Trelon "Wayne" Corlew (01/04/10)
Trelon "Wayne" Corlew, 83, of Reelsville died at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009 at his residence. He was born Jan. 18, 1926 in Parma, Mo., the son of John B. and Bertha M. Woolsey Corlew. During World War II, Mr. Corlew served in the U.S. Army with the 4th Air Supply Squadron Manila Philippines until his Honorable Discharge as a Staff Sergeant, April 13, 1947. ...
Lois Gregson Albertson (01/04/10)
Lois Gregson Albertson, 93, of Terre Haute, formerly of Greencastle, died Monday, Jan. 4, 2010 at Meadows Manor East in Terre Haute. She was born Feb. 13, 1916, the daughter of Clyde N. and Clara E. Asher Gregson. Mrs. Albertson was a member of the Amo United Methodist Church, the Coitere Club, Garden Club and the Epsilon Sigma Alpha Philanthropic Society. ...
Plan on being well and eating better in 2010 (01/04/10)
The holidays and 2009 are now behind us. It is time to set goals and start making plans for 2010. While I'm not a big fan of winter, I do like this time of year because at least for a few weeks it seems like things slow down, at least bit. There aren't quite so many meetings and even though we may not have the luxury of starting over with everything in our lives, we do get to turn the page on a new calendar and think about things we want to do or do better in the new year...
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