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Stories from Friday, April 9, 2010

Fabe establishes endowment (04/09/10)
The Putnam County Community Foundation recently announced the creation of the Stuart Fabe and Marla Helton Endowment benefiting the Community Grants Program of the Putnam County Community Foundation. Fabe created an endowment at the Community Foundation as a way to give back to the community...
Klotz and Parent are 2010 Putnam County Lilly Scholars (04/09/10)
Two Putnam County students have been named recipients of full-tuition, four-year scholarships as the Putnam County Community Foundation's 2010 Lilly Endowment Community Scholars (LECS). Seniors Megan Klotz of South Putnam High School and Dakota Parent of North Putnam High School will receive full tuition to any Indiana public or private college or university of their choice and an $800 yearly stipend for required books and equipment...
Moore's cancels 'Girls Gone Wild' (04/09/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Moore's Bar has announced they have canceled the "Girls Gone Wild" event scheduled for April 21. "We have canceled the 'Girls Gone Wild' event. This is due to negative authority pressure. We are sorry to tell everybody who was looking forward to this event," said a statement on the Moore's Bar Facebook page...
Indianapolis-based group to assume management of Walden Inn in July (04/09/10)
GREENCASTLE -- According to information on DePauw's Web site, Indianapolis-based Dora Hotel Company will assume management of the Walden Inn -- a 55-room hotel, restaurant and conference center on the campus of DePauw University -- effective July 1...
South Putnam 8th Grade Health Fair (04/09/10)
Ashley Elliott, Monica Garner, Mariah Minnick, Marley Jones, Brandie Kendall, Camrie Markle, Stephanie Zdrojewski and Nicole Byrd take a "tour" of Putnam County Operation Life's ambulance during South Putnam Junior High eighth grade health fair. Emergency medical technicians were on hand to tell students about being an EMT and the supplies used in an ambulance.
Rebound for the Red (04/09/10)
Roachdale Fire Department basketball team of Mike Parks, Mike Mahoy, Brian Lathrop, Brian Poole, Terry Dean, Tony Riggen, Richard Smith, Craig Franklin and Matt Peacock took first place in the Rebound for Red basketball tournament hosted by Goodtimers, Inc. The event helped raise money for the Putnam County Red Cross and emergency service personnel fund.
Hutcheson establishes new endowment (04/09/10)
Frank Hutcheson has started a new endowment supporting the Community Grants Program of the Putnam County Community Foundation. The Community Grants Program has awarded more than $2 million to benefit all corners of the county. Elaine Peck, executive director of the community foundation, explained that these types of endowments are vital to the mission of the Community Foundation...
Cunningham honors parents with new fund (04/09/10)
The Putnam County Community Foundation recently announced that Therese Cunningham has started an endowment to honor her parents, John W. and Paula Cunningham. "My parents raised us with a strong sense of gratitude for all the blessings we have been given," said Cunningham. "They taught us that the more we give of ourselves, the more we receive in kind."...
GHS wins opener over Cougars (04/09/10)
ROACHDALE -- North Putnam and Greencastle's baseball game Thursday was a game of momentum. The Tiger Cubs jumped out to a big lead, only to watch as North Putnam stormed back to tied at 7-all. But Greencastle's bats proved to be bigger on the night as they earned a 13-10 victory...
North Putnam downs Eminence 8-2 (04/09/10)
The North Putnam softball team defeated Eminence 8-6 Thursday on the road. Dakota Malayer was 2-for-4 with four RBI and a home run. Lauren Green was 2-for-4 with an RBI and a home run, while Elsiana Crosby was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Makenzie Asbell was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs. Megan Gray was 2-for-4, while Carlye McGaughey and Katie Rooker had a single each...
Eagles win pair over Cloverdale (04/09/10)
CLOVERDLAE -- The South Putnam softball team won a pair of games against Cloverdale Wednesday night. The Eagles won the first game 10-1 and won the second game 15-1 in five innings. In game one, Brooke Boetjer pitched a complete game, giving up three hits with no earned runs. She also struck out nine batters. At the plate, she went 2-for-3 with an RBI...
Putnam Scanner for April 9, 2010 (04/09/10)
Charles A. Brousard, 26, Greencastle, was booked into the Putnam County Jail at 2:10 p.m. Wednesday for petition to revoke probation. Zachery I. Blackwell, 23, Crawfordsville, was booked at 3:34 p.m. Wednesday for robbery. Billy T. Wilburn, 41, Brazil, was booked at 3:01 a.m. Thursday for false reporting or informing, public intoxication and operating a vehicle while intoxicated...
Unfortunately, I can relate (04/09/10)
Whoever sewed the letters on the uniform of the San Francisco Giants' Eugenio Velez is probably coming under some serious heat. That's because Velez was representing the city of San Francisco on Wednesday. According to his jersey, he was a San Francicso Giant...
Putnam County's Finest make us proud (04/09/10)
To the Editor: It is with great thanks and pride that I write today. Tuesday morning's early hours were plagued by the reckless behavior of a small group of people. Most fortunately, no one was hurt and those suspected have been identified. A routine day for local law enforcement ... hardly...
Donors were a big boost to event (04/09/10)
To the Editor: The South Putnam Community Education Foundation would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for donating their time and financial support for our fundraiser "Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader," held Friday night in Central Elementary: Alex Alleys, Dairy Castle, Dominos, McDonalds, Walden Inn, and Wal-Mart, as well as foundation board members Melinda Heavin, John and Maxine Davies, Mark Wildman, Becky Brothers, Carla Stierwalt, and Patti and Steve Cash...
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