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A crowd of people gathered in front of the courthouse at noon on Thursday for National Day of Prayer.

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LINDEN — A passion for serving others has driven North Montgomery High School FFA members for several years. Now that drive is being rewarded as the chapter has been chosen the 2016 Indiana Outstanding Agriculture Program.

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The Montgomery county Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday its participation in the national and statewide 2016 “Click It or Ticket” enforcement mobilization, occurring May 6-30, 2016. Officers will join more than 250 state and local law enforcement agencies — and thousands more across the co…

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On Wednesday, Crawfordsville Mayor Todd Barton challenged attendees at the annual Crawfordsville/Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce to think differently about their community. He asked the industry and business chamber members to help find solutions to problems during the keynote speech a…

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INDIANAPOLIS — Butler University junior Mallory Tolin, a health sciences major from Crawfordsville, has been named one of the Top 100 Students for 2016.

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Since 1964 local radio station WCVL has broadcast on AM 1550. The station is part of the county’s history, covering news events, sports and music before FM stations took over in the early to mid 1970’s. 

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Crawfordsville Audiology is proud to announce that Janeane M. Murphy, MA, CCC-A, Audiologist/Owner, and Christine Keen, PCC, Hearing Instrument Specialist, were one of the first to receive continuing education about Starkey’s latest technologies at the Starkey Hearing Alliance Summit in Eden…

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Byron Cox American Legion Post 72 of Crawfordsville will present a mystery dinner theater at 6 p.m. May 7 as a benefit to raise money for the visit of the traveling Vietnam Wall Memorial. 

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One of the most beloved plays of American theater will be performed for the first time at Wabash College when Our Town opens Wednesday for a four-night run in the Experimental Theater in the Fine Arts Center.

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Today we want to honor mothers. We are told by telephone companies that Mother’s Day is by far their busiest day. The same is said for card sales. It is a day to remember and to express both your love and gratitude to your mother.

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