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RE/MAX Cornerstone sets new record!

Locally owned and operated real estate firm, RE/MAX Cornerstone, has set a new yearly sales record for Putnam County!  RE/MAX Cornerstone’s team of real estate agents has sold nearly $30 million in real estate in 2017 with more than 200 tr More...

Holiday hazards

The holidays are times spent with family and friends. Other members of the family need a little special consideration that might be overlooked this busy time of the year. More...

Avoid an insurance freeze this winter

The Indiana Department of Insurance offers Hoosiers tips to consider for the winter months.

Seeing someone slipping on ice might be humorous in movies and viral videos, but personal injury and automobile accidents during winter weather are no laughing matter. More...

‘One in a Million’ presented by CMS Drama club

Recently, the Cloverdale Middle School Drama Club performed the play “One in a Million.” Twenty-five CMS students had a role in the play, as well as one Cloverdale High School student director, Emma McLaughlin.  Students spent three More...

Postal service asks to clear snow and ice

Keep letter carriers safe as they deliver mail for the holidays  With some significant snowstorms blanketing Indiana in recent days, the Postal Service is asking customers to clear snow and ice from sidewalks, stairs and mailboxes, to help lette More...

Main St. issues thanks

Cloverdale Main Street would like to thank everyone who helped make our Christmas activities a success again this year. More...

Sleep 101

Purdue Extension Corner

“I need my beauty sleep, or I’m going to sleep like baby,” are just a few examples of quotes you may have heard regarding sleep. More...

Clovers pick up big win

The Cloverdale varsity boys basketball team took on the Monrovia Bulldogs Saturday, Dec. 9, on the road, earning a hard-fought 48-45 win, their third straight. More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

December 21  Cataract Lake Water Corp. Board will meet at the water office at 7 p.m. For more information, 765-795- 3288.  More...

2017 Christmas parade a success

Cloverdale Main Street Christmas Parade and activities were a success. Float winners for noncommercial were, first place, Soul Harvest Church; second place, Train up A Child - The Grinch; and third place, Boy Scout Pack 93 - Santa’s Busy Elves. More...

New Indiana Health Centers in Spencer also serves Putnam

Indiana Health Centers (IHC) is excited to be serving patients at their new clinic, located conveniently in Spencer, Indiana, where they can see anyone in need of a full spectrum of medical services, including both immediate and primary medical care. More...

‘Murder in Wonderland’ tickets on sale now

The Putnam County Museum’s latest murder mystery is coming up and tickets are now up for grabs. More...

Adjustments could improve senior driver safety

Nearly 90 percent of older drivers do not make inexpensive adaptations to their vehicles that can improve safety and extend their time behind the wheel, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. More...

Letters to Santa

The second graders at Cloverdale Elementary have written letters to Santa expressing their wishes for Christmas. Following are the letters as they have written, we have eliminated separate paragraphs in order to save space. More...

Hutchesons celebrate 50th

Ken and Sandy Hutcheson of Reelsville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with their family on Dec. 16, 2017.  Ken and Sandy were married Dec. More...

Thanks to Fire departments

I want to thank the firefighters of Greencastle, Madison Twp., and Reelsville Fire Depts. along with friends who helped to get the fire under control. Also a thank you to neighbors who have tolerated the smoke and foul odor. More...

Alzheimer’s Association shares tips for holidays

How families affected by Alzheimer’s can prepare for celebrations, safe travel

While holiday celebrations are often festive occasions, they can be challenging for the millions of families living with Alzheimer’s. More...

Don’t let common illnesses ruin your holidays

Cold and flu viruses are always around. So why do we seem to be especially vulnerable during the fall and winter months? More...

CHS girls drop WIC game

The Cloverdale varsity girls basketball squad visited Indian Creek Friday evening, Dec. 8, for a Western Indiana Conference East showdown. The Clovers came home with a disappointing loss, 49-36.  More...

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