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Stories from Friday, April 15, 2011

Frisbie facing more legal troubles (04/15/11)
A former Putnam County sheriff is back in legal trouble. Mark T. Frisbie, 40, was arrested April 8 in Plainfield and charged with public intoxication and criminal mischief following an incident at his parents' Plainfield home. Frisbie admitted to police that he threw a flowerpot through a window of his parents' house in order to gain entry. Plainfield officer Jason Calloway had earlier responded to the home when Frisbie had been arguing with his parents...
Eggfest moved to Saturday night (04/15/11)
The seventh annual Eggfest, originally slated for Friday night in Robe-Ann Park, has been moved to 9 p.m. Saturday amid concerns about the weather. Outside of the new date, the details of the event are largely unchanged. The nighttime teen egg hunt, is for youth in grades 6-12 only, and will have everyone scrambling for prize-stuffed eggs to the beat of music by WGRE 91.5. Among the many prizes donated by local "Good Egg" businesses, the egg everyone will be searching to find will be the "Golden Egg" prize, a Dell Laptop Mini Netbook provided by Putnam County's Tobacco Prevention and Cessation.
Eggstra Effort (04/15/11)
Paugh sentenced to 35 years (04/15/11)
A Cloverdale man was sentenced Thursday in Putnam Circuit Court to 35 years for child molesting. Jonathan R. Paugh, 38, Cloverdale, pled guilty to seven felonies and one misdemeanor, which included two Class A felony counts of child molesting, Class B felony incest, two counts of Class C felony vicarious sexual gratification, Class D felony dissemination of matter harmful to minors and Class A misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a minor...
Putnam County Tobacco Prevention and Cessation gets new coordinator (04/15/11)
The cause to reduce tobacco use among Hoosiers in Putnam County is alive and well, thanks to the Putnam County Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Coalition. Through the combined efforts of the Coalition and Putnam County Hospital, Chris Shuck was recently hired as the new program coordinator...
Bainbridge takes bids for water project (04/15/11)
BAINBRIDGE -- Wednesday's regular Bainbridge Town Council meeting started an hour late due to a lack of quorum. Naomi Barker did not attend the meeting, and board president Richard Cope was running late. Despite this, board business resumed upon Cope's arrival...
DePauw band performs with choir (04/15/11)
The DePauw University Band, Dr. Craig Paré, conductor, will present a concert on Sunday at 3 p.m. in Kresge Auditorium. The program will also feature the DePauw University Chorus, Dr. Jan Harrington, conductor. The program will include four works for symphonic band, including Light Cavalry Overture by Franz von Suppé, Make A Joyful Noise by DePauw University professor James A. ...
Final Legislative Update of 2011 set for Saturday morning (04/15/11)
The final Legislative Update program for the 2011 session, is set for 8 a.m. Saturday. Sponsored by the Putnam County Farm Bureau, the program is free and open to the public at the Farm Bureau Boardroom, 1001 N. Jackson St., Greencastle. As long as the Legislature does not call any meetings for Saturday morning, District 44 State Rep. ...
Arrow of Light (04/15/11)
Arrow of Light (04/15/11)
North Putnam, Cloverdale and GHS post wins (04/15/11)
MARSHALL -- The North Putnam baseball team exploded on Rockville Thursday, scoring in every inning en route to a 13-5 win over the Warriors. Tyler Watson was 1-for-3 with a homerun and two RBIs. Brodie Perrine had two RBIs, while Austin Day, Kyler Badten, Blake Knowling and Michael Herrmann had one RBI each...
Boetjer's blast lifts Eagles over Mustangs (04/15/11)
It only took a one-inning flurry for the South Putnam softball team to overtake Edgewood in Thursday's contest. The Eagles won 4-2 and moved to 8-1 on the season. For the first two innings the Eagles' dugout was virtually silent, but once the Mustangs struck first, things changed in the bottom of the third...
South Putnam takes down Eminence in track action (04/15/11)
On Thursday, Eminence came to South Putnam to try to get a team win against the boys and girls track teams. But thanks in part to Eminence not having a single high jumper, long jumper or pole vaulter compete, South Putnam took home the win for both teams, with the boys winning 82-48 and the girls winning 78-36...
GHS breezes by West Vigo (04/15/11)
Greencastle defeated West Vigo 204-302 Thursday night at the aptly named Windy Hill Country Club. A stiff 15 mile per hour crosswind blew shots around from the beginning of the match, causing problems for the golfers through the final hole. Off the first tee, all four golfers in the initial foursome struggled to find the fairway. ...
Cloverdale falls to Linton (04/15/11)
LINTON -- The Cloverdale boys' golf team lost to Linton Thurday 151-179 Thursday. Chris Arnold led the way for CHS with a 38. Colte Tomlinson shot a 45, Ryan Book a 46 ad Mike Matthews shot a 50. Sam Jordan carded a 51 and Zach Hall finished with a 55...
North Putnam wins pair over Eagles Wednesday (04/15/11)
The North Putnam junior varsity team defeated South Putnam 18-2 in game one and 21-5 in game two Wednesday. Coy Flynn got the win in game one, recording 11 strikeouts in five innings of work. He was also 2-for-3 at the plate for the Cougars Thursday...
Cougar runners drop second straight close contest (04/15/11)
For the second meet in the row, the North Putnam Middle School track teams had their fate hanging in the balance with the final relay of night. Unfortunately for the Cougars, they experience their second narrow loss and fell to Cascade 61-57. Head coach Tony Gray said that while he was happy with the performance, he sees lots of room for improvement for the team...
Greencastle sweeps Monrovia (04/15/11)
MONROVIA -- Greencastle's boys and girls track teams collected wins Thursday night in a three-way meet between Owen Valley and hosts Monrovia. The girls' squad won by a score of 79.6 over second place Monrovia (69.6) and third place Owen Valley (19.6)...
Mary Eileen Young (04/15/11)
Mary Eileen (Boots) Young, 94, Crawfordsville, passed away at her home on Thursday, April 14, 2011. She was born March 18, 1917 in Putnam County and was raised in Greencastle, by Grover and Mary May (Hunt) Boots. She married John S. Young on August 1, 1936. He preceded her in death in 1996...
Police Scanner for April 15 (04/15/11)
Sheriff's Department Uhls complained of chest pain but was not treated. Damage $1,001-$2,500. Michael S. Roush, 47, Bainbridge, the driver of the third oncoming vehicle, a 2010 Honda Civic, said he saw the two other vehicles run off the road. Roush almost came to a complete stop trying to avoid Hedge's vehicle...
Sense of humor, don't leave home without it (04/15/11)
Whoever coined the phrase "getting there is half the fun" must have never had to get there in the first place. Because from my experience, getting there and getting back is no fun at all. Especially if either involves airports and re-entering the country...
Time to celebrate ITPC efforts (04/15/11)
To the Editor: I think it is important to mention a very important birthday. Indiana Tobacco Prevention and Cessation (ITPC) is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2011. I was able to attend an event hosted by ITPC at the Indiana Statehouse this past Wednesday. ...
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