November 1, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

PCPL to offer Emergency Preparedness

The Putnam County Public Library will offer “Emergency Preparedness: A briefing on how to prepare yourselves in the event disaster strikes in Putnam County” on Nov. 8 at 6:30 p.m.  More...

Androusky, Secrest to wed

The parents of Kala Androusky and Jake Secrest would like to announce their upcoming wedding.  Kala is the daughter of Harold and Irene Wesley of Cloverdale and is a RN Clinical Care Coordinator with Union Hospital.  Jake is the son of Ron More...

Health Department issues report

3 Fat Labs Bed and Breakfast, Sept. 23. No violations.  More...

Donate to Veterans Home

The Cloverdale American Legion is starting their donations for the Indiana Veterans Home in Lafayette, for the veterans for Christmas. Donations will be delivered on or before Dec. 15.  More...

McTeacher night a success

Families, teachers, and staff enjoyed Cloverdale Elementary School’s McTeacher Night, recently. The teachers worked the drive-through, cash registers, and sold cookies to raise money for new chrome books for our students. More...

Community Conversations series continues at PCPL

Community Conversations continues on Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the Putnam County Public Library with County Commissioner, Rick Woodall! Come, ask questions and hear about county issues.  More...

Noodles 101

Are you interested in learning new recipes? Would you like to hear from culinary arts students and community representatives? Do you want to spend a morning with friends trying new recipes? More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

November 2  Bible studies, Center for Women’s Ministries, 404 N. Main St., Cloverdale, 12:30-3 p.m. or 6:30-8 p.m. Starting a NEW study for the afternoon group: What Happens When Women Say Yes to God. Book and workbook needed. More...

Majority of Indiana residents approve gas tax hike to fix roads

The majority of Indiana residents approve of a recent gas tax hike designed to build and fix the state’s roads, says an initial finding of the Hoosier Survey from Ball State University in partnership with Old National Bank. More...

‘Homework Hotline’ ready to help students to better understand math, science

With the start of a new school year throughout Indiana, the Homework Hotline at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is once again live, putting help with math and science just a phone call, chat or email away.  More...

Are you planning for retirement?

Putnam County Farm Bureau, Putnam County Hospice and Palliative Care Association, and Purdue Extension are teaming up to offer a program on planning for retirement on November 20. More...

Thank you

Letters to the Editor

We would like to give a shout out to all of the participants and sponsors of this year’s events! More...

Talk to kids about drugs

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Winter care for your animals

Winter’s cold air brings many concerns for those responsible for companion animals who must live outdoors. More...

Author to visit PCPL

The Putnam County Public Library is honored to welcome author Scott Russell Sanders on Nov. 9 at 6 p.m. Sanders will be giving a talk entitled “Taking Care of Home: Sustainability on a Small Planet.”  More...

Thinking post high school

Purdue Extension Corner

Sunday, Nov. 5 is a big day to be thinking about education after high school no matter the age of the youth. One major state wide event with a local host site is College Goal Sunday. More...

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