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News

ISP Trooper Kyle Hall Earns 2015 DUI Award

Indiana State Police Trooper Kyle Hall was recently recognized by Superintendent Douglas Carter. A 2009 graduate of Owen Valley High School, Trooper Hall earned the Putnamville District’s DUI Award for 2015. More...

Stoutenour Named To Dean’s List

Lukas Stoutenour, of Coatesville, a sophomore majoring in Biology, was among the students named to Augustana College’s 2015 winter term Dean’s List. More...

Annual Spring Fling Radio Control Festival

Remote control boats, planes, cars and trucks will be taking over the Avon Town Hall Park on Saturday, May 7 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Bring the family to watch or play! Races and demonstrations will be scheduled throughout the day. More...

Obituaries

Kenneth D. Finchum, 76

Kenneth D. Finchum, age 76, of Greencastle, passed away Monday, April 18th, 2016 at Putnam County Hospital. He was born May 23rd, 1939 in Greencastle. He was the son of Estel L. and Sylvia S. (Poynter) Finchum. More...

Putnam County Tox-Away Day Slated For Saturday, May 14th

Putnam County Tox- Away Day is just around the corner! “Rid Your Home of Hazardous Products & Keep Your Community Safe” More...

319 Grant Information, Clarification; Next Meeting Is May 5th In Clay City

As many of you may have seen in the recent newspaper articles the Clay County Soil and Water Conservation District has received a 319 grant to help reduce polluted runoff and improve water quality in the Lower Eel River Watershed, which encompasses 2 More...

Putnam County Students Attend RYLA Conference

Four Putnam County students attended the RYLA Conference held on Friday, March 18, through Sunday, March 20th, at Camp Tecumseh near Brookston, Indiana. More...

Columns

Vegan-Friendly Dining

A week or so ago, I had the opportunity to eat at the hub on the DePauw University Campus, here in Greencastle. As a vegan, I was thrilled and grateful to find such a fine eating establishment in our little town. More...

Earth Critters: Wild Baby Animals

Warm weather arrives and young, baby animals appear everywhere. But beware... unless the baby is injured, leave him alone. More than likely the mother will return. Young animals are not helpless animals and they are usually not abandoned. More...

Sports

Hot Bats, Solid Pitching Clinch 2016 Putnam County Tourney For Clovers

The Cloverdale varsity softball team competed in the Putnam County Tournament recently, bringing home the championship trophy. In the semi-final game, the Lady Clovers defeated the South Putnam Lady Eagles 13-1 in six innings. More...

CMS Players Lead South All-Star Squad To Win

Cloverdale Middle School basketball players Nolan Kelley, Mark Gill, and Kyle Thomas (left to right) were selected to play in the Tri-State Middle School All- Star game on Sunday, April 17. More...

CMS Softball Squads Defeat Lady Tiger Cubs

Cloverdale Middle School’s seventh grade softball squad earned a shutout win last Thursday over Greencastle, 13-0. More...

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