July 25, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

DePauw receives STEM Grant

DePauw University is one of 33 colleges and universities nationwide to receive a five-year, $1 million 2018 grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Inclusive Excellence program. More...

Free diabetic needle clipper offered at Putnam County Health Department

Risks associated with unsafe disposal of sharps include needle stick injuries and potential blood-borne infections such as HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis. More...

Farmers Market

Bainbridge   More...

New baby and cats

Some cats do not tolerate change well. These are the cats most likely to be affected by a new baby, so use the entire pregnancy to slowly prepare them. Play tapes of baby noises to acclimate your cat to the sounds she is about to hear. More...

Cunot Food Pantry hosts event July 28

The Cunot Food Pantry will be sponsoring an All You Can Eat hot dog night.  The event will be held on Saturday, July 28, from 4-8 p.m. The cost for adults is $6; kids 10 and under $3. Come enjoy some fun and games with prizes. More...

Eastern red cedars volunteer way too often

IN THE GROW

Q. I am wondering what you might know about the small “red cedar trees” that seem to be invading fencerows and highways, especially U.S. 31 north of Kokomo. More...

More than 2 million ITINs to expire this year; Renew soon to avoid refund delays

With more than 2 million Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) set to expire at the end of 2018, the Internal Revenue Service today urged affected taxpayers to submit their renewal applications soon to beat the rush and avoid refund dela More...

DNR adds 1,048 acres to Healthy Rivers Initiative

The amount of land permanently protected for wildlife habitat and public recreation along the Wabash River continues to grow thanks to the DNR’s Healthy Rivers Initiative (HRI).  More...

Tomato woes

Purdue Extension Corner

No one enjoys dutifully tending to their garden all growing season and ultimately ending up with a poor tomato crop. Sadly, tomatoes can fall victim to a number of diseases and funguses that can impact the plant or the fruit itself. More...

Summertime is scam time - Don’t be a victim

DOR warns Hoosiers to be on alert for tax scams

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) is reminding taxpayers that data thieves don’t take a summer vacation. More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

July 26 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 27 More...

Obituaries

Arthur Eugene Parrish, 85

Gene Parrish, 85, of Greencastle, passed away Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at Asbury Towers.  He was born in Putnam County on July 9, 1932, to Margaret Parrish.  He is survived by his wife, Betty; sons, Rick (Sheryle) and Tim; daughter, Kathy More...

Cloverdale Civic Award nominations being accepted

Nominations are now being accepted for the Cloverdale Civic Award. The award is sponsored by the Cloverdale Lions Club, and it will be presented to an individual who has made a positive difference in the Cloverdale community. More...

Cloverdale FD receives donation

Earlier this year the Cloverdale Township Fire Department and trustees received a donation in the amount of $5000 from Dennis Padgett, Cathy Tipton and Phyliss Gaddis of the Rockwell Foundation. More...

Here comes Santa Claus...

Despite the current temperatures, it’s beginning to look like a classic Christmas for the U.S. Postal Service. More...

Cunot Backpack Attack

Backpacks and school supplies are now being collected for the kids in the Cunot community.  More...

Silver Lining to perform Aug. 3

The Silver Lining Players will be giving a second performance of their script-in-hand plays at Mill Pond Happy Hour at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. More...

AA & NA meetings

Monday-Friday  AA meetings for all of Putnam County daily at different times and locations. Call 765-366-9029 for details.  Monday  More...

Cunot Food Pantry open

The Cunot Food Pantry is open every Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. For more information call 765- 795-3461   More...

Keeping your child cyberSafe for summer sleepovers

The summer is here and it’s inevitable that your child will ask you if it’s okay to have a sleepover at a friend’s house. More...

‘Mosquito Bait’

I like to go for leisurely walks with my wife. It is romantic and we get to exercise and enjoy nature together. I like it when we are able to use this time to talk. She says communication in a marriage is important. I agree. More...

Online reserved hunt applications now available

Hunters can apply online for a reserved hunt by visiting hunting. IN.gov and clicking on the “Reserved Hunt Info” link.  The online method is the only way to apply. More...

Use caution with spreading plants

Purdue Yard & Garden News

People often select plants first for their beauty and second for their functionality in the garden. Frequently, we don’t know or don’t consider a plant’s behavior when we’re selecting them.  More...

Church

Eminence Christian Church homecoming and revival Aug. 5

Eminence Christian Church Homecoming and Revival Praise Services will begin Sunday, Aug. 5, and continue through Wednesday, Aug. 8,. starting at 7 p.m. each evening.  Homecoming is Sunday morning Aug. 5 and Terry Bailey is the speaker. More...

Need a ramp? Call SAWs

SAWs is Accepting Requests for Handicap Ramps  More...

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