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Stories from Thursday, February 24, 2011

Caregivers in Training (02/24/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Bill Gardner walked down a hall at the Waters of Greencastle, balanced on his walker. A high school student walked beside him and another followed behind, pushing a wheelchair. The student next to the walker, Matt Ballew, mentioned that he attends South Putnam High School...
Making Change (02/24/11)
Beaty's wife arrested (02/24/11)
FILLMORE -- Indiana State Police Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Division at the Putnamville Post have made additional arrests in the child molestation case involving Brian J. Beaty, 47, of Fillmore. Genny L. Beaty, 36, wife of Brian Beaty, was arrested at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday for her involvement in the alleged molestation of two teenage female relatives...
Webster arrested (02/24/11)
The former Brazil City clerk-treasurer was booked into Clay County Justice Center on felony allegations of forgery and theft Tuesday evening. Although details are limited at this time, officials confirmed to The Brazil Times Tracy Webster, 42, Brazil, turned herself in to authorities with her attorney present. She was booked on one class C felony Forgery and three class D felony Theft charges...
First Veterans Expo at VFW Terre Haute (02/24/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- Area veterans in need of help should take note of an upcoming event. The first Veterans Expo -- sponsored by WorkOne -- will take place Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the V.F.W. Post 972, 111 Veterans Square, Terre Haute. WorkOne Local Veterans Employment Representative Walter Padgett said one of his colleagues came up with the idea to conduct the expo...
Symposium asks DePauw, 'You gonna eat that?' (02/24/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Starting Wednesday night and ending today, DePauw University is hosting a symposium on the ethics and economics of food choices, featuring author Frances Moore Lappé as the keynote speaker. In the Memorial Union Student Ballroom Wednesday night, she addressed students, asking them a simple question -- why are people creating a world that no one would willingly choose?...
Imagination Library comes to Putnam County (02/24/11)
GREENCASTLE -- An organization sponsored by a famous country singer is hoping to bring a youth literacy program to Putnam County. Pam Hunsaker, a representative of Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, gave a presentation at the Putnam County Public Library (PCPL) Wednesday about adding the Imagination Library program to Putnam County...
Putnam County Ag Days photos are due by end of March 1 (02/24/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Entries for the annual 2011 Putnam County Ag Days Photos are being accepted. Send or drop off farm photos to the Purdue--Putnam County Extension Office, 201 W. Liberty St., Rm. 5 (The Courthouse Annex), Greencastle by the end of business day on March 1. The photo contest is sponsored by the Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce and Super Walmart...
Honor Roll (02/24/11)
Cloverdale singers win the gold (02/24/11)
CLOVERDALE -- Several Cloverdale students participated in District Solo Ensemble Competition for Vocal and Piano held on Saturday, Feb. 12 at Terre Haute North Vigo High School. The competition is sponsored by the Indiana State School Music Association...
Barrett joins forces with Miles at ISU (02/24/11)
GREENCASTLE -- In his three seasons at the helm for the North Putnam Cougars, Greg Barrett has put up some impressive numbers. He sports a record of 33-5, with a sectional, regional and semi-state title and gave the school its only state championship game appearance...
Cougars survive wild finish, get win over South Vermillion (02/24/11)
ROACHDALE -- After an disappointing performance at South Putnam the night prior, North Putnam's boys' basketball team had to find some spirit Wednesday night as the Cougars held Senior Night and faced a revitalized South Vermillion squad. It turned out the Cougars had a lot of fight left in them and they needed every bit of it to secure a last second 61-59 win over the Wildcats...
South Putnam, Cloverdale wrestlers battle on the mat (02/24/11)
The South Putnam Junior High wrestling squad edged out Cloverdale 52-51 Tuesday. Winning for the Eagles were Jacob Lorimer, Dakota Cutshaw, Collin Berry, Andrew Ballard, Zane Crosby, Dakota Bunton, Clayton Spener, Nathan Sheets and Joey Masters. The Clovers had nine winners on the night. They were Jacob Boldman, Nick Bennett, Brandon Hughes, Max Secrest, Colton Wilkes, Ethan Boyd, Shadrack Heagy, Bill Petrosky and Skyler Mann...
Greencastle Middle School swimmers split (02/24/11)
GREENCASTLE -- The Greencastle Middle School swim team competed against Speedway Wednesday, battling to a split. The boys won 109-64, while the girls fell in a close one 93-90. Taylor Secrest won the 200-yard freestyle in a time of 2:40.10, while Jason Ummel won the 50-yard free in 28 seconds flat. Alex Briones captured the 400-yard free in a time of 5:17.52...
Cougars dismount Mounties to pick up wins (02/24/11)
NEW MARKET -- The North Putnam Middle School swim teams traveled to Southmont Tuesday and came away with two wins on the night. The girls won 101-56 and the boys won 84-56. Rebecca Muse won the 400-yard freestyle with a time of 6:24.10 and the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2:53.83. Jessica Harper captured the 50-yard freestyle in a time of 31.89...
Marian M. Sefton (02/24/11)
Marian M. (Jones) Sefton, 100, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011. She was the wife of the late Noel V. Dear, mother of Margaret A. Hooley (Richard), William J. (Frances) and the late Paul H. She was the grandmother of 13, great-grandmother of 13 and great-great-grandmother of six, and sister of John D. Jones, Jr. (the late Irja)...
Dina Lee Perrigo (02/24/11)
Dina Lee Perrigo, 76, Cloverdale, passed away on Feb. 24, 2011 at The Mill Pond Health Campus, Greencastle. She was born on Sept. 12, 1934 in Indianapolis and was the daughter of Frank and Leoma "Lee" (Munson) Rairdon. She was a bank teller and a member of the Cloverdale Assembly of God, Red Hat Society, Bunka Club and had been an Avon Lady for 20 years...
Police Scanner for 2-24 (02/24/11)
Putnam County Sheriff's Department Wisher was trapped in the vehicle. She was removed by Floyd Township Fire Department and was transported to the hospital for medical treatment. Towed by Jerry's. Damage $2,501-$5,000. She complained of back pain and was transported to Putnam County Hospital by Operation Life...
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