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Stories from Sunday, November 28, 2010

Read All About It (11/28/10)
The Friends of the Putnam County Public Library will host a book sale at the library going on through Saturday. Above, Rachel and Regina Neudeck are pictured looking through the library's stocking stuffer childrens books.
United Way seeking individual donations (11/28/10)
As the United Way is heads into the home stretch of its 2010-11 fundraising year, the organization is projecting to be somewhere between $20,000 and $25,000 below their projected goal. David English, executive director of the United Way of Putnam County, said that most of what is missing is smaller personal donations. English said this is the second year that donations from individuals have gotten smaller...
CO awareness important during winter months (11/28/10)
As the weather gets cooler, heaters are turned on and the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning become relevant. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas. Exposure to carbon monoxide usually doesn't cause any irritation until a person falls ill from it...
Lunch with Santa slated for Dec. 18 (11/28/10)
The end of Thanksgiving signifies the beginning of Christmas activities, one of which is the local Lunch with Santa, now in its fourth year. The Lunch will take place on Dec. 18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m at the National Guard Armory. Two local women organize the event, which can confuse people who are used to organizations, businesses or charities putting on this sort of activity...
Annual cantata set for this weekend (11/28/10)
RUSSELLVILLE -- The Community Christmas Choir, under the direction of Jamie France, will perform its ninth Annual Community Christmas Choir concert at the Russellville Community Center. This year's concert is "The Promise of Christmas," created by Phil Barfoot and arranged and orchestrated by Dave Williamson...
DePauw student helps with hunt (11/28/10)
Mitch Strobl is involved in a few outdoor activities. He's a biology student at DePauw and he writes for huntinglife.com, and does podcasts videos for them. With all that said, it isn't surprising to think he'd be involved filming a hunt. It's the circumstances of the hunt he filmed on Nov. 13 that are noteworthy...
John Fields (11/28/10)
John Lavern Fields was born May 21, 1938 in Williamsport, Pa. He passed from this life on Friday, Nov. 26, 2010. Surviving is his wife Betty (Baker) Fields. Also surviving are their children, Debra (husband Larry Smith) of Pennsylvania, Diane (husband Clay Begley) of Kentucky, and David (wife Wanda) of Indiana; grandchildren Nicole and Rebecca Smith, Danielle and Jonathon Fields; great-grandchildren, Kayce, Liam, Kendall, Carlee and Joshua...
Betty Blue (11/28/10)
After a hard battle with cancer, Betty E. Blue, 57, passed away peacefully at her home in Greencastle on Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010. Betty was born in Vermillion County on April 5, 1953 and was the daughter of Mary Doris Mishler (Blacketer) and the late Ernest Richard Mishler. She was a 1971 graduate of Greencastle High School...
Donna Adams (11/28/10)
Donna Lu Adams, 72, of Greencastle passed away Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010 at Hendricks Regional Health in Danville. Born Dec. 28, 1937 in Beech Grove, she was the daughter of Milton and Maria Hoffman. She had attended Greencastle High School. She married William A. Adams, and he preceded her in death...
Putnam Scanner Nov. 29 (11/28/10)
Putnam County Jail Greencastle Police Department Andrew Krouse, 28, Bloomington, was turning onto Keightly Rd. in a 2007 Freightliner semi tractor. Anderson said she saw the semi turning right and saw the trailer was over too far, so she backed up, but the trailer still struck the hood of her vehicle...
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