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Stories from Saturday, April 21, 2012

Fiber-Con (04/21/12)
The Putnam County Fairgrounds is playing host to the Fiber Event, which began Friday and continues today from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. This is the third year the event has called the fairgrounds home and plans on returning next year. Although most vendors are from Indiana, many travel from Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Illinois to sell their fiber.
Substance in Roachdale pollutes creek, lake (04/21/12)
ROACHDALE -- On Sunday, April 15, the Roachdale Fire Department contacted the Indiana Department of Environmental Management to report a white substance running out of a drainage tile in northern Roachdale. The tile flows from a city storm sewer, underneath the Crop Production Services property and out the other side. It leads to a creek, which flows into a small private lake...
Alleged drunk driver causes extensive damage in Apple Blossom subdivision (04/21/12)
REELSVILLE -- A suspected drunk driver who is believed to have caused an estimated $40,000 worth of property damage in the Apple Blossom subdivision was arrested early Friday morning by Indiana State Police Troopers from the Putnamville Post. The wild ride landed suspect Christopher M. Barrow, 26, of Brazil, in the Putnam County Jail...
North Putnam School Board pauses spending (04/21/12)
ROACHDALE -- At its monthly meeting on Thursday, the North Putnam School Board celebrated the accomplishments of students with cake and the careers of retiring faculty members with kind words. However, they did not celebrate over the school's finances...
Moore honored by city (04/21/12)
The City of Greencastle will be honoring firefighter Brian Moore for his 23 years of service on Monday, April 23. The reception will take place at Greencastle City Hall from 4-5:30 p.m. on Monday. The public is invited to help celebrate Moore's 23 years of public service.
Beck seeks return to council (04/21/12)
Putnam County native Gene Beck is seeking a Republican nomination to an at-large seat on the Putnam County Council in the May 8 primary election. Beck has been active in county government, serving as a deputy sheriff under Bobby Albright, Putnam County Councilman, Putnam County Highway Supervisor and currently as County Commissioner, First District...
Miss Central Indiana hosts 'Move for Miracles' Tuesday (04/21/12)
Dancing can be a form of expression. It can help you stay young, improve memory, burn calories, improve aerobics and simply be fun. On Tuesday it can also be for a good cause. DePauw senior Hannah Clingan will put on a Latin-inspired dance fitness event benefiting the Riley Hospital for Children on Tuesday, April 24 at the DePauw Lilly Fitness Center...
Sunday DePauw University Band concert to benefit food pantry (04/21/12)
The DePauw University Band will present a concert on Sunday, April 22 with a program that will feature a variety musical of styles. The performance begins at 3 p.m. in Kresge Auditorium of the Green Center for the Performing Arts. It can also be heard live on DePauw's student radio station, WGRE 91.5 FM and on their web site at www.wgre.org/listen.asp...
Cloverdale student takes part in Molecular Medicine In Action (04/21/12)
On March 11 and 12, Cloverdale High School student CHELSEA LEACH was one of a select group of students who attended the 13th annual Molecular Medicine In Action (MMIA) program at Indiana University School of Medicine. This year, 50 of Indiana's best high school science students were selected -- from more than 240 applicants -- for the two-day program, during which they worked alongside top research scientists learning hands-on laboratory techniques used in modern biomedical research...
Hospital announces breast cancer drawing winners (04/21/12)
The breast imaging staff at Putnam County Hospital recently announced Betty Allee of Reelsville and Mary Rominger of Greencastle as the winners of the second quarter gift basket drawings. Allee and Rominger won baskets of BCA goodies including breast cancer awareness umbrella, bath and body work products, a special breast cancer ornament, travel kits, candles, candy, stuffed pink lion and included in Allee's basket (a breast cancer survivor) was a $50 gift card to Walmart donated by Janice Dazey from PCH dietary and Dazey Trucking to help in the fight against breast cancer.. ...
Hutcheson USI bound (04/21/12)
North Putnam wins 13-0 over Eels (04/21/12)
ROACHDALE -- In a weather-shortened game Friday night, the Eminence Eels were frozen solid by the North Putnam Cougars as the hosts poured on run after run, eventually winning 13-0 in just four and one half innings. After nearly an hour of waiting, Cougar fans finally had the offensive outburst they have been waiting for. A quick 12-pitch top half of the first inning for Jake Haste gave way to a three-run outpour for the Cougars offense...
Weatherford places third in steeplechase (04/21/12)
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Indiana sent four runners to Princeton's Larry Ellis Memorial on Friday to run the 3,000m steeplechase. Those four runners finished 1-2-3-4, with four of the 10 fastest times in the nation this season, including the top two times nationally from Andrew Poore and De'Sean Turner...
Davis shoots 37 in Tiger Cubs' win (04/21/12)
CRAWFORDSVILLE -- The Greencastle boys' golf team posted a 156-170 win over Southmont Thursday on the road. Greencastle's Alec Davis tied Southmont's Taylor Monts with a score of 37 for low round of the match. Brad Haussin also posted a sub-40 round, shooting 38...
GMS boys' track wins 4-way meet (04/21/12)
CLOVERDALE -- The GMS boys' track team competed in a quad track meet Thursday against Cloverdale, Cascade and Eminence at Cloverdale. Greencastle won with a score of 98, Cascade was second with 40, Cloverdale was third with 33 and Eminence had 32. "We had several PR's on the night, the boys competed as a full team tonight, from our best runners to our new runners," GMS head coach Art Dwigans said...
Mayes - Butler Engagement (04/21/12)
Kevin and Donetta Mayes of Terre Haute and Maurice and Carolyn Butler of Greencastle proudly announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their children, Ashton Renee and Matthew Clark. Ashton is currently studying at Indiana State University and is employed at First National Bank. Matt is a graduate of Vincennes University and is employed at Butler's LP Gas and Fertilizer...
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