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Members of the 2018-2019 Cloverdale varsity volleyball team includes, front row, from left: Autumn Lewellen, Morgan Goss, Kayla Perdue, Kaya Daub, Hailey Thomas, MacKenzie Stoltz and Kacey Shedron. More...

Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship now open

The Putnam County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that they have once again been approved to administer the 2018 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. More...

Rock ‘n’ roll with Covered Bridge Harmony

Practice with us on Mondays at the Greencastle Middle School at 7 p.m. Come learn a 50s song to sing with us at our Fall Cabaret Show on Sept. 29 and see what the Women’s Barbershop Chorus, Covered   More...

Global warming

Dear Editor,  With scorching heat and raging wildfires in the West and torrential downpours and massive flooding in the East, global warming is not just about a gentle sea rise any more. More...

Freedom of the press

“Freedom of the press or freedom of the media is the freedom of communication and expression through mediums including various electronic media and published materials. More...

CMS Students of the Week

Cloverdale Middle School is proud to announce their first fifth grade Students of the Week. Jordan Raab, Language; Anzlee Parker, Locker Organization; Zephan Caldwell, Social Studies; Faith Batchelor, Math; Uriah Bowling, Science. More...

At the Library

PCPL presents local author Stuart Fabe   The Putnam County Public Library’s Authors Series welcomes local author Stuart Fabe on Wednesday, Aug, 29, at 6:30 p.m. More...

Lady Clovers pick up win over Southmont

The Cloverdale varsity volleyball team visited the Southmont Mounties Saturday, Aug. 11, picking up a win in their first contest of the season, 3-2.  More...

Lady Clover golfers fall to Indiana Creek, South Putnam and Crawfordsville

The Cloverdale girls golf team visited the Indian Creek Braves recently, falling by a score of 236-217.  “(We) had some very promising things happen last night and exposed some areas where we need some work,” Cloverdale head coach Ky More...

Putnam 4-Her’s fare well at Indiana State Fair

Purdue Extension Corner

While the opportunity to learn while doing in 4-H project work is of foremost importance, the recognition of achievement through exhibition is certainly an added bonus to being in the 4-H program. More...

Calendar

Community Calendar

August 23 Bible studies, Center for Women’s Ministries, 404 N. Main St., Cloverdale. 12:30 to 3 p.m. or 6:30 to 8 p.m. Call 765-795-6774 for more information or free peer counseling. More...

“Love Letters” at Putnam County Museum

The Putnam County Museum is hosting the Silver Lining Players performances of A.R.Gurney’s “Love Letters.” Readings are Saturday, Oct. 6, 8 p.m. Tickets are $10. The Sunday, Oct. 7, reading is a 1 p.m. More...

Win prizes in ‘S’mores in the Outdoors’ DNR game

Indiana’s state parks have a sweet deal for people who love s’mores, the iconic campfire treat. More...

July record month for Hoosier Hills Food Bank

July 2018 was the largest distribution month in the 35-year history of the Hoosier Hills Food Bank.  According to a report from HHFB Executive Director and CEO Julio Alonso, a total of 566,602 pounds of food were distributed, surpassing the food More...

Free diabetic needle clipper offered at Putnam 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...

Alaska to host concert

Going back in time, the 182-year-old Alaska Christian Church family will be doing just that Saturday, Aug. 25 at 5:30 p.m.  They will be hosting the Martinsville Community Band in concert on the east lawn of the church. More...

Farmers Market

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Amo Fall Festival, Sept. 14 & 15

The town of Amo Fall Festival will be held Sept. 14-15.  On Friday, Sept. 14 there will be a free movie on streets of Amo, watch for details. Amo Fire Department will be serving food for purchase and popcorn!  On Saturday, Sept. More...

Why bobcats are important

All animals have an important part in the food chain.  Bobcats keep the wild rodent population to a manageable level. Without them the mice population would eat all the bird eggs, leaving us with no birds.  More...

Cloverdale volleyball defeats Cascade on home floor, 3-0

The Cloverdale varsity volleyball team hosted the Cascade Cadets Thursday, Aug. 16, sending them home in short order with a 3-0 loss.  In the first set, the Clovers won 25-19. More...

CHS SPORTS CALENDAR

August 23   6 p.m. - Junior varsity volleyball vs. West Vigo at Cloverdale.  7:30 p.m. - Varsity volleyball vs. West Vigo at Cloverdale.  August 24   7 p.m. - Varsity football vs. Greencastle at Greencastle.  August 25   More...

Moles, myths and misconceptions

Occasionally I am asked to speak at landscape management meetings about moles – you know, the furry little animals that tunnel just below ground and make such a mess of a lawn. More...

Obituaries

Stanley O. Query, 83

Stanley O. Query, 83, of Cloverdale, passed away August 18, 2018.  Born September 20, 1934 to the late Harold and Alice (Bullerdick) Query.  Stanley married Jean Knapp July 9, 1982, and she survives.  More...

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