December 27, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Cunot Food Pantry receives donation

For the fourth consecutive Christmas Dr. Sly “Doc” Z-Bop donated $1,000 to the Cunot Food Pantry. More...

Purdue Club Putnam County bowl game watch

The Purdue Club Putnam County extends an open invite to join in a game watch of the Arizona versus Purdue Foster Farms Bowl game. Game time is 8:30 p.m. and event coordinators plan to arrive by 8:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. More...

Help desk has expanded hours

The Putnam County Public Library has expanded their Community Help Desk hours for 2018. The Community Help Desk is now open additional evening hours and on Wednesdays to make getting the tech help you need more convenient for you. More...

Ooley to retire after 37 years

Reverend Floyd “Sonny” Ooley of Spencer will retire after 37 years in the ministry; he was ordained by the American Baptist Churches of Indiana and Kentucky.  More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

December 27-29  The Center for Women’s Ministries will be closed the week of Dec. 25 and will re-open on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018!  December 29  More...

Poland pair behind bars for alleged drug activity

Two Poland residents were arrested Tuesday, and face numerous charges for alleged methamphetamine distribution. More...

Recycle your Christmas tree

Christmas Treecycling is a way Montgomery, Parke, and Putnam County residents can give back to the Earth. More...

Purdue Extension to host Annie’s Project

Purdue Extension Corner

Farm and ranch women are generating a cultural tide in American agriculture that is moving management, assets and opportunities to a new wave of farmers across the country. More...

Senior dog care

As your dog’s caregiver, there are many things you can do to make him/ her more comfortable. The typical life span of a dog is said to be 12-15 years. More...

Join the board!

The Putnam County Public Library is happy to announce a new program where kids can share their ideas for making the library a better place! All kids in 3rd through 5th grade are invited to join the Kids’ Advisory Board. More...

Clovers rebound to 6-2 on the season

The Cloverdale boys basketball season started off slow for a team that had been used to notching games in the ‘W’ column. More...

Lady Clovers brush off Eagles

Friday evening, the Cloverdale varsity girls hosted the Brown County Eagles, earning a 51-48 win.  At the start, the Eagles flew in and scored the first few points, but, the Clovers soared back and took the lead.  More...

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