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Stories from Thursday, August 5, 2010

New 4-way stop causes train of traffic (08/05/10)
Shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday, traffic was backed up at least 30 cars deep on westbound State Road 240 at its intersection with Zinc Mill Road and Percy Julian Drive. The four-way stop went into effect Wednesday morning. Local motorists fear the problem will continue and even get worse during shift changes at Walmart Distribution and Heartland Automotive, as well as the beginning and end of the school day at Greencastle schools.
Inn at DePauw has focus on community (08/05/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Since it opened under new management about a month ago, The Inn at DePauw has strived to be a vital part of the community. One way it has fulfilled that goal is by giving back to local community organizations, marketing manager Ashley Dora said...
4 organizations vie for $100,000 (08/05/10)
GREENCASTLE -- In February, the Putnam County Community Foundation announced the availability of up to $100,000 for creative charitable projects or programs that would make a significant difference to the entire county in the areas of economic development or education...
Putnam Scanner for Aug. 5, 2010 (08/05/10)
A toddler in McCoy's vehicle was transported to Putnam County Hospital to be examined. Both vehicles were towed by Seniour's. Damage estimated $5,001-$10,000. Vehicle was towed by Mink's. Damage estimated $5,001-$10,000. Estimated damage $1,001-$2,500...
DePauw has new choral director (08/05/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Renowned conductor Jan Harrington is joining the faculty of the DePauw University School of Music this fall. Harrington has been appointed director of DePauw choral ensembles. Harrington, an active clinician in conducting and score analysis, is equally at home with orchestra, opera and oratorio. ...
Museum to hold mum sale (08/05/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The Putnam County Museum will hold a sale of a variety of locally grown mums from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 21 at the museum's location at 1105 N Jackson Street. There will also be numerous activities and shows. Putnam County flint knappers, spinners, weavers, and folklorists will showcase their work and entertain throughout...
Word Hunger discussion set (08/05/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The Putnam County Museum will host Putnam County's Word Hunger Community Discussion today. The meeting will be held at the museum, 1105 North Jackson St., Greencastle at 7 p.m. All community members are invited to share their perspectives on how food production in Putnam County impacts their lives and the life of the community...
Heritage Lake concert series starts with No Criminal Record (08/05/10)
The band No Criminal Record will be the first musical performers featured in the inaugural house concert series at Heritage Lake. The show will be held in the Heritage Lake Activities Center on Aug. 21 beginning at 7 p.m. The cost is $10 per person...
Sergeant receives honor from ISP (08/05/10)
PUTNAMVILLE -- Recently, the Indiana State Police awarded Sgt. Joe Watts from the Putnamville District with a safe driving award. Watts has accumulated 1 million safe driving miles since graduating from the academy. Watts is currently the public information officer and recruiter for the Putnamville Post...
NP Youth Football holding sign-ups Saturday (08/05/10)
Sign-ups for North Putnam Youth Football will take place Saturday and Aug. 14 for children in grades K through sixth. The sign-ups will be held in front of the North Putnam Middle School from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. both days. For more information, contact Mike Collins at 522-3254...
Not so fast... Favre says he has no plans to retire -- yet (08/05/10)
It's early August, so the off-season Favre watch is in full force. This year has been more ridiculous than in the past, and as a fan of Favre, I've just about had it. Not a day goes by when ESPN isn't on my TV for a good portion of the day, but since Monday night/Tuesday morning, I've kept away from the station for the most part...
Harold Dale Harpold (08/05/10)
Harold Dale Harpold, 71, of Russellville died Tuesday at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lafayette. He was born Nov. 17, 1938 in Mecca to Harold F. and Lenora M. Clodfelter Harpold. He married Leah Sue Britton Nov. 7, 1959 in Rockville and she survives. He graduated from Mecca High School in 1956 and retired from R R Donnelley & Sons in 1991...
Public Record, August 5, 2010 (08/05/10)
The following were filed in the Putnam County Courts July 22-Aug. 3:...
Bethel Baptist donates to Fillmore Elementary (08/05/10)
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