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Stories from Monday, November 14, 2011

Cloverdale boil order advisory (11/14/11)
Cloverdale is currently under a boil order advisory due to the main water pipe bursting earlier today. The pipe burst due to low pressure in they system and is not expected to be contaminated. "We tried everything we could to fix it without shutting it off," said utility manager, Rich Saucerman...
Here today ... gone tomorrow (11/14/11)
One day that silver maple tree in your backyard is all ablaze in autumn wonder, covered in red leaves tinged in gold. The next, after a windy, rainy November day in Greencastle, you're left with the skeletal remains of that maple tree to stare at out the window for the next four or five months. And just think, winter doesn't even begin for five more weeks.
Tots Time looking for new participants (11/14/11)
Tots Time is currently looking for new participants to keep the program going and growing each Tuesday morning. The free three-hour childcare program runs from 9 a.m.-noon at Gobin United Methodist Church in Greencastle. The program is open to all residents of Putnam County with children younger than five...
DePauw preparing for Friday visit by President Clinton (11/14/11)
On Friday, doors to the DePauw University Lilly Center will open to students at 1 p.m. and the alumni, faculty, staff and the general public at 1:30 p.m. for the Ubben Lecture by President Bill Clinton. The event will take place in Neal Fieldhouse, located within the Lilly Physical Education and Recreation Center, with the speech beginning at 3 p.m...
PCH partnering to celebrate National Rural Health Day (11/14/11)
Putnam County Hospital will join the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH) and other state/national rural stakeholders in celebrating the first-ever National Rural Health Day on Thursday, Nov. 17. National Rural Health Day has been created as a way to showcase rural America, increase awareness of rural health-related issues and promote the efforts of NOSORH, State Offices of Rural Health and others in addressing those issues...
Chamber, Walmart sponsor holidays decorating contest (11/14/11)
It is again time for citizens of Putnam County to break out the lights, wreaths, bows and plastic Santas and get busy decorating their front yards, porches and driveways for the holidays. Not only will it brighten up the neighborhood and show some holiday spirit, but it may also earn a Walmart gift card up to $100 in value...
Putnam FOP holds 'Santa Drop' (11/14/11)
For the past 11 years the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 92 has delivered toys to needy children in Putnam County in an effort known as the "FOP Santa Drop." Last year was the biggest year yet, providing toys to more than 30 kids. Last year they not only received toys, they received items such as coats, winter boots hats, gloves and school supplies...
Putnam County Foundation announces 2012 scholarships (11/14/11)
The Putnam County Community Foundation has announced newly available scholarship funds at the recent Scholarship Forum. Sponsored by Hendricks Power Co-op and conducted at the Dixie Chopper Business Center at the Putnam County Airport, the Forum updates local leaders in education about Community Foundation scholarships...
Purdue Extension holds commercial, private pesticide applicator license programs (11/14/11)
Two opportunities nearby Putnam County will assist those who are either private or commercial applicators who need to attend a session a program to maintain licenses. Call the Putnam County office 653-8411 to RSVP for these programs. On Monday, Dec. ...
Championship football returns to South Putnam (11/14/11)
An old feeling returned to South Putnam football on Friday, Nov. 4 at North Putnam. It was the feeling of a championship. The program with a proud history had not played in a November football game since 2005. They had not won in November since their 2002 run to the Hoosier Dome. But the program with a proud history on the gridiron -- eight sectional titles, six regionals, two semi-states and the 1986 Class A state title -- had a simple goal in 2011: Play in November. "You feel like if you're playing in November, you're playing
Pendulum ready to swing in Monon Bell rivalry? (11/14/11)
It hardly seems like the time for me to be making this argument. For one thing, Wabash's 92 points in the last two Monon Bell Classics are the most either rival has posted in consecutive years in the game's 118-year history. They've outscored DePauw 92-7 (+85) in two games, the most one-sided it's been since the Little Giants won by a combined 88-0 in 1952-53...
Greencastle edged by South Vermillion 47-45 (11/14/11)
WEST TERRE HAUTE -- Greencastle's girls' basketball squad played their third and final game of the Hi-99 Tip-Off Tournament Saturday afternoon against South Vermillion in a contest that, while short of spectators, wasn't short on action. Down 12 to the Wildcats after three quarters of play, the Tiger Cubs rallied in the fourth quarter, ultimately falling by a 47-45 score...
Wabash hands DePauw 45-7 loss in Monon Bell Classic (11/14/11)
To look at the score alone, a fan wouldn't believe how close the offensive production was during the 118th Monon Bell Classic. Wabash cruised to a 45-7 win, but only managed to outgain the Tigers 180-150 offensively. The deciding factor was the Little Giants' defense and special teams...
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