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Stories from Thursday, June 14, 2012

Group digs in to find DePauw roots (06/14/12)
Without an Indiana Jones fur fedora anywhere in sight, sunbonnets, caps and floppy hats had to suffice this week as an archaeological dig commenced on the DePauw University campus. Likewise, the setting featured not the shifting sands of the Middle East, but crunchy, burned-out Indiana grass as four hearty souls braved Hoosier humidity and scorching sun to excavate the site of the old Minshall Lab building...
Cloverdale Council members address utilities and crime (06/14/12)
CLOVERDALE -- In a meeting that addressed several old issues, the Cloverdale Town Council maintained composure and made several decisions on Wednesday. Utility Manger Rich Saucerman updated the board in hopes of resolving several issues that have been brought up to the board in recent meetings...
Special City Council session at noon Friday at City Hall (06/14/12)
The Greencastle City Council will meet in special session at noon Friday, June 15 at City Hall. The meeting is slated specifically for second reading and the potential adoption of Ordinances 2012-7 and 2012-8 relative to the refinancing of the city's outstanding waterworks and general obligation revenue bonds...
Cloverdale school board works toward new roof (06/14/12)
CLOVERDALE -- The monthly Cloverdale School Board meeting on Monday included a public hearing on the subject of the building project. The biggest priority of the project is a new roof on the high school as well as various other renovations to the school's buildings...
Old issues arise for council (06/14/12)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale Town Council once again was forced to address a story that has been going on for years. For years, the town and Richard Branneman have battled over whom the land belongs to. Currently, Branneman farms a large portion of the land at 10488 S. CR 675 East, but the town also has several wells that they currently use located on the same land. Branneman believes the land belongs to him while the town says otherwise...
Golf outing kicks off S. Putnam Quarterback Club activities (06/14/12)
The South Putnam Quarterback Club and the Eagle football team will be sponsoring a number of fundraising and community outreach events throughout the summer, kicking off with the June 24 Quarterback Club golf outing. Registration for the scramble will run from 9-10:30 a.m. with an 11 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $200 per team and includes the cart...
Auditions Sunday, Monday for 'Thoroughly Modern Millie' (06/14/12)
Director Shelly McFadden will hold two sessions of auditions for the Putnam County Playhouse musical "Thoroughly Modern Millie." The first session will be Sunday, June 17 at 3 p.m. The second session will be Monday, June 18 at 7 p.m. Both sessions will be at the Hazel Day Longden Theatre...
Reelsville Elementary School Honor Roll (06/14/12)
Grading Period 4 High Honor Roll Grade 1: Megan L. Frazier, Courtney E. Huff, Selena Marie Kuhlman and Lakin A. Ridgway Grade 2: Tyler W. Carey, Samuel Ross Hayden, Savanna Paige Junkin, Halen K. Nichols, Parker J. Pelfrey and Trevor L. Vanihel Grade 3: Madison K. Brauer, Brionna E. Egold, Devin J. Huff, Kennedy E. Langley, Ayanna Nees, Brady E. Robinson and Marcus T. Robinson...
South Putnam Jr.-Sr. High School Honor Roll (06/14/12)
Fourth Nine Weeks All A Grade 7: Deanna Bishop, William Shane Boyce, Allison Bunton, Jarrett Curran, Alicia Haywood, Hannah Hutson, Jacob Maynard, Sabrina Phillips, Katlyn Rector, Jonah Sanders, Ashley Schroer, Christopher Shafer, Meredith Trump and Kieffer Vittetow...
North Putnam High School Honor Roll (06/14/12)
4th Nine Weeks High Honor Roll Grade 12: Kyle Cunningham, Kolten Everts, Stephen Freund, Jared James, Bridget Johnston, Heather Kemerly, Rebekah Maldonado, Christian Mason, Justin Montgomery, Mehgan Nordmeyer, Laken Pugh, Jaclyn Roush, Valerie Scott, Tari Straziscar and Lydia Volland...
21st Century Learning Conference to be held at Southmont High School open to area teachers (06/14/12)
K-12 educators from around the region will have opportunity to attend a free professional learning event at Southmont High School on July 30, funded by a grant from the Indiana Department of Education's Office of eLearning. For minimal travel and no cost, teachers can gain new valuable ideas and resources and will also be eligible for up to 8 PGPs toward their continuing education requirements...
Champions! (06/14/12)
'Chronicle' is not your typical superhero flick (06/14/12)
By CAINE GARDNER Film Critic There's perhaps no screenwriter in Hollywood currently as hot as Max Landis. Landis has multiple projects in the works, but his debut feature film, "Chronicle" hit DVD shelves recently and proved he's going to be a significant voice in the Hollywood scene for many years to come...
Jean R. Holley (06/14/12)
Jean R. Holley, age 86, of Greencastle, passed away on Thursday, June 14, 2012 at St. Vincent Hospice in Indianapolis. Born Jan. 24, 1926 in Wayne County, Ind., she was the daughter of Milo and Grace (Cochran) Routh. She was a graduate of Hyde Park High School and secretarial school with a degree in medical dictation, Chicago...
Jeanette Tippin Brown (06/14/12)
Jeanette Tippin Brown, Winter Park, Fla., passed away June 10, 2012 at the Manor Care Rehab Center in Winter Park, Fla. She was born July 13, 1931 near Salem, Ind., and was the daughter of James and Nellie (Martin) Tippin. She was a 1949 graduate of Bainbridge High School and attended Milligan College in Tennessee...
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