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Putnam County Public Library receives grant

Putnam County Public Library is proud to announce that they have been awarded a Dollar General Literacy Foundation Adult Literacy Grant for their Putnam Adult Literacy Services (PALS) program. More...

Global Cybersecurity Conference picks Indiana for first U.S. Midwest event

Governor Eric J. Holcomb joined leadership of Cybertech, one of the world’s largest cybersecurity conferences, in Tel Aviv, Israel, as they announced plans to host the inaugural Cybertech Midwest event in Indiana this fall. More...

Hot cars kill dogs

Hot cars kill dogs! Please don’t leave your dog or cat in a parked car in the spring or summer months, even for a few minutes. More...

Local author Beth Benedix to visit PCPL

Join local author Beth Benedix for an author’s talk, book sale, and signing on Thursday, May 24 at 7 p.m. Benedix will have copies of her newly published book, Ghost Writer: A Story About Telling a Holocaust Story. More...

Cloverdale’s Kaeff WIC track & field champ

The Owen Valley and Cloverdale boys competed in the Western Indiana Conference track & field meet late last week, crowning one athlete from each school as conference champion.  Cloverdale’s Tyler Kaeff won the 110-meter hurdles in 14.8 More...

CLOVERDALE TAKES EIGHTH AT WIC

Boyette named All Conference

Rolling Meadows Golf Course was the site of this year’s Western Indiana Conference (WIC) championship this past Saturday, May 12. More...

WIC CROSS OVER GAMES

The Western Indiana Conference recently announced its crossover games, for both softball and baseball, to decide conference champs.  The WIC baseball crossover games were to be held on May 15, weather permitting. More...

CLOVERDALE SOFTBALL SHUTS OUT COVENANT

The Cloverdale softball team hosted Covenant Christian Monday, May 7, sending them home with a 12-0 loss.  More...

Lady Clovers earn hard-fought win over Linton

Coach Jim Spencer and his Cloverdale softball program visited Linton Tuesday, May 8, bringing home a 3-1 win.  The Clovers scored first, plating one run in the top of the second inning and adding one run each in the sixth inning and again in the More...

Water

Purdue Extension Corner

As we prepare for warmer weather, I would like to inform everyone on the importance of drinking water. Plain drinking water has zero calories and is beneficial for our health. More...

Activities in the DePauw Nature Park

DePauw Nature Park News

We are occasionally asked, “What do you do in the Nature Park?”  We patrol the trails every day using the gator (a John Deere not an alligator). More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

May 17  Cataract Lake Water Corp. Board will meet at the water office at 7 p.m. For more information, 765-795-3288.  May 19  More...

Antique Tractor and Farm Machinery Show

The Putnam County Museum will once again host the Putnam County Antique Tractor and Machinery Association on the parking lot at 1105 North Jackson Street, Greencastle, starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 19.  More...

High Tea for Mental Health Awareness Month May 21

Community members are cordially invited to help us celebrate spring and Mental Health Awareness Month with MHAoPC’s High Tea at Almost Home. This event has come back after a break for the past couple years.  More...

ROACHDALE VFW POST 3285 MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES

VFW Post 3285 at Roachdale will be at the following cemeteries on Monday, May 28 to conduct Memorial services: Blakesburg, 8:15 a.m.; Bainbridge, 8:45 a.m.; Clear Creek (Heritage Lake), 9:15 a.m.; New Maysville, 9:45 a.m.; North Salem, 10:15 a.m.; Ba More...

Silver Lining Players find new home

Still taking new members

The Putnam County Museum has invited the Silver Lining Players, a new senior readers’ theatre troupe, to call the Putnam County Museum their home. More...

Bainbridge Farmers Market

Bainbridge Farmers Market opens today, Wednesday, May 16 and will be open every Wednesday thru Oct. 10.  The market is held at the Community Building located at 201 N. Grant Ave., Bainbridge.  The hours are 4-7 p.m. Vendors are welcome. More...

Pickup collides with Trooper at US 231/40

Recently, Indiana State Police Trooper Ian Portteus was on routine patrol and stopped in the northbound left turn lane of US 231 at US 40.  Suddenly, an eastbound US 40 red 2002 Chevrolet pickup pulling a dump trailer, driven by 44-yearold Craig More...

Stoltz second at WIC

The Western Indiana Conference (WIC) girls track and field meet was held Tuesday, May 8 at Edgewood High School with both the Owen Valley and Cloverdale teams competing.  More...

Clover golf finishes second in Putnam Tourney

The Cloverdale boys golf team hosted the Putnam County Tournament recently, finishing second behind match winner Greencastle. The Tiger Cubs came in with a team score of 163 while the Clovers carded a 185. More...

Cloverdale boys golf falls to visiting Eels

On Tuesday, May 8, the Cloverdale boys golf team hosted Clay City to taking on the visiting Eels and falling, 193-173. Drew Boyette led the charge for the Clovers ,shooting a 39, and earning medalist honors. More...

Clover baseball earns win over Turkey Run

The Cloverdale baseball team traveled to Turkey Run Monday, May 7, handing the host Warriors a 7-4 loss.  The Clovers jumped on the scoreboard first, plating a run in the top of the first. More...

Clover rally falls short, lose to Eels

The Cloverdale varsity baseball team traveled to Clay City Tuesday, May 8, falling to the host Eels, 7-5.  More...

Lady Clover softball earns wins over Union Dugger, Rockville

Coach Jim Spencer and his Cloverdale varsity softball team hosted Union Dugger Thursday, May 10, coming away with a 10-1 win.  More...

Tony Patrick takes stage at WBDC Country Showdown

Cloverdale resident Tony Patrick is one of 13 acts from across the region to take the stage Thursday, June 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the 37th Annual WBDC Country Showdown. More...

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