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Project will close State Road 240

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces a small structure replacement project will close State Road 240 just over one and one half mile west of State Road 75 on or after Thursday, July 5.  The detour utilizes U.S. 40 and U.S. More...

Beware of Poison Ivy

Purdue Extension Corner

One of the poisonous hazards that homeowners often deal with this time of year is poison ivy. Some individuals are lucky and never seem to get it, but others can be 10 feet away from it and still end up with it. More...

Hazelgrove inducted into Phi Kappa Phi

Bennett Hazelgrove of Bainbridge, Indiana, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. More...

Farmers Market

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Ashlyn Cox wins scholarship to study in Fife, Scotland

Graduating senior Ashlyn Cox, Greencastle., Ind., has won a scholarship for postgraduate study at the University of St. More...

At the Library

LGBTQ+ book club to host book, movie night   The Putnam County Public Library’s LGBTQ+ Book Club will be reading “Simon vs. More...

Dine with a Doc July 10

Senior Education Ministries, Inc. has scheduled DINE WITH A DOC® on the second Tuesday of every month from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. More...

Tour habitat and pollinator plantings July 7

Have you got land that you would like to help provide benefits to wildlife and pollinators but really don’t know what to expect or where to begin? Every square foot of vegetation impacts birds and pollinator species. More...

Indiana receives federal waiver to implement the state’s workforce plan

Gov. Eric J. Holcomb on Friday received a letter from the U.S. Department of Labor indicating a waiver he requested on March 23 has been approved. More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

July 5  Bible Studies, Center for Women’s Ministries, 404 N. Main St., Cloverdale, 12:30-3 p.m. or 6;30-8 p.m. Call 765-795- 6774 for more information or free peer counseling.  July 7  More...

Skeletal remains identified

Putnam County Coroner David Brown, working with Indiana State Police Criminal Investigations and Laboratory Services, as well as Anthropologist Dr. More...

Holsapple receives Masonic scholarship

Emma Holsapple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brien Holsapple of Roachdale, has received a $1,300 Masonic scholarship from the scholarship board of the Grand Lodge of Indiana, Free and Accepted Masons.  More...

POLAND COMMUNITY SALE IS BACK THIS YEAR

Poland Community Lions hold an annual event each September called “Celebrate Poland” to commemorate the history of this eastern Clay County town. The town of Poland was platted in mid-September 1841.  More...

Experience demonstrates dangers of so-called ‘needle exchange’

In the aftermath of Marion County’s decision to allow distribution of clean needles to illegal drug users, Attorney General Curtis Hill said communities statewide should consider the recent experiences of Wayne County.  More...

Market and Williams named to dean’s list

A total of 11,347 students enrolled during the 2018 spring semester at The University of Alabama were named to the dean’s list with an academic record of 3.5 or above or the president’s list with an academic record of 4.0 (all A’s). More...

UNCHAIN YOUR DOG

Dogs deserve more than being a prisoner in your back yard.  Dogs are pack animals, bred to live with company. Bored and lonely, a chained dog is vulnerable, unable to run away from trouble. All he can do is bark. More...

2018 Estate & Succession Planning for the Family Farm July 17

Registration is now open for Indiana Agricultural Law Foundation’s 2018 Estate and Succession Planning for the Family Farm event in Indianapolis. Family farmers and attorneys are encouraged to attend on Tuesday, July 17 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

Snails to Trails program celebrates 2018 session

Snails to Trails is a summer activity program that creates many fond memories for Cloverdale Community School students. It is planned, coordinated, and carried out by two veteran Cloverdale teachers, Susi Jordan and Jen Mann. More...

Indiana July 4 cookout prices five percent below national average

This year, Hoosiers that hosted an Independence Day cookout featuring some of America’s favorite summer foods—hot dogs, cheeseburgers, ribs, watermelon and more— paid a slightly more than $5 per person for the meal, according to an More...

Students help develop new sheriffs’ youth ranch

Duo’s GoFundMe campaign, website design and social media will raisefunds to build camp for future deputies, at-risk kids

Launching a GoFundMe campaign. Designing a new website. Managing Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest accounts. More...

Explore Indiana agriculture this summer

School is out, summer is here and Indiana’s summer agritourism destinations are open for business. More...

Church

VBS

Roachdale Christian Church invites all children ages four (PreK) through outgoing fifth grade to vacation bible school.  This Super Cool Underwater Bible Adventure (SCUBA) will be held July 9, 10, & 11 from 6-8 p.m. More...

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