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Stories from Thursday, June 9, 2011

Mow, mow, mow your lawn (06/09/11)
Mowing your lawn isn't exactly the coolest job to do on the hottest day of the year but at least a tree was able to provide some shade in the front yard of 415 E. Washington St. in Greencastle Wednesday afternoon.
Men love new trucks (06/09/11)
Bainbridge Town Council president Richard Cope inspects the new Ford F-350 pickup truck the town received on Wednesday. The truck was selected and purchased by the utility board and will be used by the town's utility workers.
Gov. Daniels requests federal aid for April storms (06/09/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Putnam County is among the 34 counties for which Gov. Mitch Daniels requested federal public assistance. Daniels asked President Barack Obama Wednesday to provide federal public assistance to the 34 counties, as well as individual assistance to 11 counties...
Grant to Heritage Preservation Society to help fund walking tour brochures (06/09/11)
The Heritage Preservation Society of Putnam County is one of 11 non-profit organizations receiving grants of up to $2,000 each from the Indiana Humanities and Indiana Landmarks, it was announced this week. The grant will help fund the creation and printing of new Greencastle Historic Districts Walking Tour Brochures to help promote the city's designated historic districts...
DePauw Alumni Weekend under way (06/09/11)
The annual celebration of the DePauw University experience and more than 170 years of intellectual engagement and lifelong relationships, Alumni Reunion Weekend began Wednesday and will continue through Sunday. The 2011 edition of the event is bringing the DPU alumni community together in Greencastle for special Alumni College programs, athletic events, all-alumni entertainment and community gatherings and campus tours...
Warmer weather brings Indiana threat of tick-transmitted diseases (06/09/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- State health officials are cautioning Hoosiers to protect themselves as the weather warms and tick season begins. As Hoosiers spend more time outdoors during the spring and summer months, they need to protect themselves against ticks and tick-borne illnesses, such as Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever...
Arnold, Wheeler season ends at regional (06/09/11)
GREENWOOD -- The quest of playing in the state golf championship weekend ended for two Putnam County golfers Wednesday afternoon. Cloverdale's Chris Arnold and Greencastle's Jim Wheeler competed at the Center Grove Golf Regional, both coming up short in their effort to advance...
Area football players named to WVFCA All-Star game (06/09/11)
Coaches and rosters have been set for this year's Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star game. Coach Steve Weber from Linton--Stockton was selected as head coach of the South team and Coach Troy Johnson from Mattoon will head the North team. This will be the 7th edition of this competition. First Financial Bank and the Terre Haute Convention and Visitors Bureau are the corporate sponsors of the event...
Williams to play in Showcase (06/09/11)
Recent Cloverdale graduate Mitch Williams was invited to attend the sixth annual Academic All-American High School Boys Showcase July 12 and 13. The event will take place in Deerfield, Illinois. Last year there were 100 college coaches represented with over 80 players with an average ACT test scores of 27 from 17 states...
NPYBL celebrates another successful baseball season (06/09/11)
ROACHDALE -- The North Putnam Youth Baseball League celebrated another wonderful season. What started out as a cold stormy opening day ended with bright rays of sunshine at Clarence E. Steward Park in Bainbridge with ball players, fans, and local businesses cheering loud and proud for the Cougars...
DePauw holding youth basketball camp (06/09/11)
The DePauw women's basketball program will hold a basketball camp for boys and girls June 13-15, with registration taking place a half an hour prior to each session on June 13. There will be a fundamentals session from 9 a.m.-noon each morning for boys and girls entering kindergarten through 9th grade...
Cougar Blue crowned NPYBL champs (06/09/11)
The North Putnam Youth Baseball League is proud to present the North Putnam 12U Champion Cougars. This Cougar team finished second in the West Central Youth League this year with a regular season record of 12-1. Cougar Blue won the division tournament, defeating Monrovia in the championship game 5-3, ending their season with a 15-1 record...
Mary Kathleen Warren (06/09/11)
Ms. Mary Kathleen "Kathy" Warren resided and gently passed away in Greencastle on Wednesday, June 8, 2011. Born October 4, 1966 in Martinsville, she was the daughter of Jimmy Mundy and Wanda (Cooper) Kelley. Kathy was a 1984 graduate of Cloverdale High School...
Police scanner for June 9 (06/09/11)
County Jail Sylvia Marie Hayes, 34, Greencastle: Battery, June 7, 6:56 p.m. Jason Lee Jones, 31, Greencastle: Conspiracy to commit theft, June 7, 8 p.m. Matthew Gibson Kennedy, 28, Coatesville: Domestic battery, criminal recklessness, driving with a suspended license, June 8, 6:24 a.m...
Honor rolls for June 9 (06/09/11)
Tzouanakis Intermediate School has named the following students to the honor roll and high honor roll for the fourth nine weeks. Grade 3 High Honor Roll: Amanda Grace Allee, Henry David Carter, Macy Lynn Clark, Connor Christopher Crary, Emily Nicole Crowder, Molly Jean Eising, Grayce Elisabeth Garner, Collin Michael Gasway, Bradi Renee Gierke, Emmanuel Glaze, Samuel Glaze, Emma Daci Hendrickson, Jack Christopher Howard, MacKenzie Elise Macam, Sal Leorich Martoglio, Malaki Levi Shoemaker, Tiana Chapman-Patrece Shrewsbury, Kelci Renae' Slack, Dillon Scott Sutherlin, Corydon Jennings Taylor, Isiah Brandon Tippin, Michael Robert White, Benjamin Scott Wilkerson, Kinzee Ann Wilson, Anna Elizabeth Wren.. ...
South Putnam Softball Pep Rally (06/09/11)
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