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Stories from Thursday, April 28, 2011

SR 42 closed in northern Owen County (04/28/11)
INDOT has announced the closure of State Road 42 in northern Owen County due to rising waters. State Road 42 is closed between State Road 243 and Owen County Road 1200N. The closure will remain in effect until waters recede. When encountering a flooded roadway, INDOT urges drivers to turn around and not drive through standing water. ...
Search for missing kayaker to resume (04/28/11)
REELSVILLE -- As rain has continued to be an on-and-off phenomenon this week, the search for a Putnam County kayaker missing since last Tuesday has stalled. The search is set to resume in upcoming days however. Reelsville fire chief John McPherson said his department hasn't had a chance to conduct a formal search on Big Walnut Creek for David Pritchett, 48, since last Friday because of the weather. McPherson said two upcoming searches should have a large number of people involved.. ...
Spring festival in April showers (04/28/11)
National Guard (04/28/11)
Leading pages (04/28/11)
Indiana Senate honors Mays for service during session (04/28/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana State Senate recognized 11 interns last week with a resolution honoring their outstanding efforts as Senate Democrat Interns during the 2011 session of the 117th Indiana General Assembly. Authored by members of the Senate Democratic Caucus, the resolution was approved unanimously by the Indiana Senate...
AT&T brings mobile broadband network to Heritage Lake (04/28/11)
HERITAGE LAKE -- On Tuesday, AT&T announced the activation of a new mobile broadband cell site and the availability of its mobile broadband network in Heritage Lake, extending access for advanced mobile services, devices and feature-rich audio and video content to customers in eastern Putnam County...
Hanlon to attend EAA air academy (04/28/11)
The Experimental Aircraft Association Inc. recently announced that Baylee Hanlon of Greencastle has been accepted to attend the EAA Advanced Air Academy 2011 in Oshkosh, Wis. The EAA Air Academy offers young people the opportunity to meet and work with aviation professionals, while living and learning the arts, sciences and lore of aviation in both classroom and workshop settings...
Area 30 students excel at Skills USA 2011 (04/28/11)
Area 30 Career Center was well represented in multiple fields of competition at this year's Skills USA State Leadership and Skills Conference held in Indianapolis April 15-16. Skills USA is the only student organization devoted to the advancement of America's future skilled workers in more than 70 skill areas...
North Putnam performs 'Willy Wonka' on Friday (04/28/11)
The North Putnam High School Music Department will be presenting "Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka" on Friday and Saturday. The performances will be at 7:30 p.m. each night in the gymnasium of North Putnam High School. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door...
Al Unser Sr. to chat with WGRE's RPM2Nite (04/28/11)
Four-time Indianapolis 500 champion Al Unser Sr. will join RPM2Nite hosts Clay Carter and Ryan Myrehn for a live interview this Sunday evening. The show airs from 8 to 9 p.m. Sunday on 91.5 WGRE or online at wgre.org. Unser won the Indy 500 in 1970, 1971, 1978 and 1987, joining A.J. Foyt as only the second man to accomplish the feat. Rick Mears would join the exclusive club in 1991...
Clovers disarm Patriots (04/28/11)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale Middle School girls' track team defeated Owen Valley 58-47 to move to 3-1 on the season. Picking up wins for the Clovers were Bailee Stevens in the 1,600-meter run, Ashley Nees in the 800-meter run, Sylvia Tiedemann in the 400-meter dash, Laura Worthington in the discus and Alexis Branneman in the high jump...
Gamed called for rain (04/28/11)
The softball game between South Putnam and North Putnam was called Wednesday due to rain. The teams will try to play tonight at South Putnam at 5 p.m. weather permitting.
TNPs bring smiles to Vogue stage (04/28/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- It's easy to forget that smart bands can make happy music. For years, the M.O. of indie rock has been smart people making intelligent but depressing music. Yet for 14 years and five albums, the New Pornographers have been mixing intelligence with bright, multi-layered pop and tight harmonies to create one of the best sounds in the business...
'I've had some fun along the way' (04/28/11)
Honesty. Give a listen to any of Heath Eric's music and that's the first thing you'll notice. Nowhere is this on better display than in "39," the song that shares its name with his newest album, released April 1 on Rumsey Records. Pondering another birthday, Eric takes a long, hard look in the mirror with the introspective, sometimes plaintive, number. It's not a happy song or a sad song -- just a look at the middle of life...
Sue Ellen Zaring Swafford (04/28/11)
Mrs. Sue Ellen Zaring Swafford, 62, Greencastle, passed away Thursday, April 28, 2011 at the St. Vincent Hospice in Indianapolis. Born Oct. 9, 1948 in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Arthur L. and Wanetta Elizabeth (Walker) Zaring and 1967 graduate of Greencastle High School. She married Richard Allan Swafford on December 23, 2002 and he survives...
Robert 'Bob' Keith Huber Sr. (04/28/11)
Robert "Bob" Keith Huber, Sr., 84, Fillmore, passed away on April 28, 2011 at The Waters at Greencastle. He was born on Sept. 15, 1926 at Greencastle and was the son of the late William L. and Inez F. (Smith) Huber. He was a member of the New Providence Baptist Church where he served as Trustee and was baptized in 1937 at the Greencastle Baptist Church. ...
Police Scanner for April 28 (04/28/11)
City Police Eight recent traffic citations were issued by city officers. At 1:20 p.m. Tuesday, Cassandra Grayson, 36, Crawfordsville, was ticketed on North Jackson Street by Officer Nick Eastham for having no valid driver's license when required. At 8:12 p.m. Tuesday, Cheyenne Campbell, 19, Greencastle, was cited at Walnut and Jackson streets by Officer Eastham for operating a motor vehicle having never been licensed...
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