June 30, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

State’s Biennial Budget Includes Tax Credit For Eligible Hoosier Teachers

Hoosier teachers on average spend hundreds of dollars out-of-pocket each school year buying school supplies for their students, from backpacks, paper, pencils and crayons to tissues, hand sanitizer, and soap. More...

News

Record Attendance At Krambo’s Dash For Cash Bike Ride Benefit

Once a year the little town of Manhattan host Krambo’s Dash for Ca$h, and is overrun with motorcycles! This year was no exception. The motorcycle scavenger hunt was organized and the participants came. More...

U.S. 231 To Close In Greencastle For Railroad Repairs

According to the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), U.S. 231 will close in Greencastle beginning at 6:00 a.m. on Monday, July 6 at the railroad tracks. CSX Railroad will be repairing the crossing at Elizabeth Street in the city. More...

Area 30 Career Center Awards

On Wednesday, May 13, Area 30 Career Center held its Annual Senior Awards Program to recognize student accomplishments in their Career & Technical Education programs. More...

Sports

Putnam County Girls Softball League Tournament

The Putnam County Girls Softball League will be hosting our annual invitational Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament for girls ages 6-20. The Tournament will be held in Greencastle, at Big Walnut Sports Park on Saturday, July 18th and Sunday, July 19th. More...

State’s ‘Good Samaritan’ Law Aims To Save Lives

A new state law set to take effect in Indiana on July 1st is aimed at minimizing cases of young children being left unattended in a hot car during the summer months. More...

OCPL Moving Forward With Expansion Plans Despite Lack Of Federal Funding

“There will be some things we might not have that would have been nice, but we’re still going to do a terrific thing here. It’s going to be beautiful.” More...

2014 CHS Graduate Awarded America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders Scholarship

Heather Goss, a 2014 graduate of Cloverdale High School, has been awarded a $1,500 scholarship from America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, a new program sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Goss is studying agricultural education at Purdue University. More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

July 6 ` Fillmore United Methodist Church is teaming up with the Fillmore Christian Church to host “Apple Power VBS – The Power of Jesus” starting Mon, July 6 – Thurs, July 9. More...

Church

Vacation Bible School At Fillmore Methodist Church

Fillmore United Methodist Church is teaming up with the Fillmore Christian Church to host “Apple Power VBS – The Power of Jesus” starting Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9. More...

Columns

Gardeners Thank Donors

On behalf of the Putnam County Master Gardener Association and the Plant Auction Committee, I would like to thank those that donated to the success of our first annual plant auction. More...

Da$h 4 Cash Gratitude

Thank you for running the story on Krambo’s 6th Annual Da$h 4 Cash a couple of weeks ago. The ride was a HUGE success for Miss Bree Jewell! More...

Common Pond Problems

Purdue extension Corner

The calls have been coming in to Purdue Extension from pond owners who are starting to have problems with their ponds. Most of these problems have come in the form of algae. However, a few have been rooted pond weeds. More...

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