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Stories from Saturday, March 24, 2012

Woman accused of stealing more than $125,000 (03/24/12)
A Tippecanoe County woman was arrested Thursday for allegedly stealing more than $100,000 from a Greencastle medical practice. Melinda D. Mishler, 50, of Romney, is accused of stealing $126,128.15 from Acute Medical Care, Greencastle. The alleged theft of funds occurred while Mishler was serving as office manager for the practice owned by Dr. Thomas Black...
Ready, set, go on first concrete Stellar effort -- Anderson Street (03/24/12)
As they like to say on the beer commercials these days: Here we go ... More than a full year after being awarded one of the first two Stellar Grants by the state of Indiana, the City of Greencastle is about to see concrete proof of the more than $19 million infusion of cash into the community...
Tribute to Jack Boswell to play on Shotgun Red show (03/24/12)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A Putnam County country gospel icon passed away just before he had the chance to take his talents to Nashville, but his music will still find its way onto the small screen. Jack Boswell and his Country Gospel Band was scheduled to go to Nashville on Jan. 9 for a taping of the Shotgun Red Variety Show. Unfortunately, the Reelsville resident unexpectedly passed away on Dec. 30 at age 76...
From Putnamville to Henryville: Efforts net $2,010 (03/24/12)
PUTNAMVILLE -- The Putnamville Correctional Facility raised $2,010 in donations for Indiana Department of Correction staff in Henryville, who were tornado victims. "I am proud of the initiative taken by staff and the enthusiasm exhibited to aid fellow co-workers," PCF Superintendent Stanley Knight said. "Thank you to all that worked and generously donated to such a worthy cause."...
Dine with a Doc brunch Monday (03/24/12)
Senior Education Ministries Inc. will host a free Dine with a Doc program on Monday, March 26 from 10 a.m.-noon at First National Bank in Greencastle. This month's program will feature Putnam County Hospital Oncologist and Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at IU, Dr. Frank Workman, MD...
Blood drive on tap Tuesday at Ivy Tech (03/24/12)
The Indiana Blood Center will be at Ivy Tech Community College-Greencastle nursing lab on Tuesday, March 27 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to collect blood donations. Donating blood is safe, simple and takes less than an hour and is a direct benefit to donors because the Blood Center provides them with a mini-physical that checks for anemia, body temperature, pulse and blood pressure...
Ivy Tech sponsors Chamber's March Business After Hours (03/24/12)
The March Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours, sponsored by Ivy Tech, will be from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 27 at The Inn at DePauw. This networking event will also feature door prizes, food and fun. It is open to all Chamber members and their guests...
Warren-Hammond Engagement (03/24/12)
The parents of Whitney Warren and Adam Hammond would like to announce the couple's engagement and upcoming wedding. Whitney is the daughter of Ron Warren of Reelsville and Tricia Warren of Reelsville. She is a South Putnam graduate and is enrolled in the Butler University physician's assistant program...
Who's News for March 24, 2012 (03/24/12)
Three Putnam County students have been named to the dean's list for the winter quarter at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. BEN PARKER of Fillmore is a senior biomedical engineering major. Ben's parents are Mark Parker and Tami Parker. JAKE GOULD of Greencastle is a freshman civil engineering major. He is the son of Tim and Mary Gould...
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