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LINDEN —  Area high school juniors are eligible to apply for the Indiana Youth Tour, an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., sponsored by Tipmont Wintek. Applications are available … more
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. and CHICAGO — Following a two-month decline and a year of weak sentiment, the Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer closed out the year on a more positive note, … more
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with national partners America Succeeds and Lightcast to promote the “High Demand for Durable Skills” report, which emphasizes the importance … more
The smile on Karen Branch’s face seemed to light up the entire Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau board room. There was good reason as the YSB executive director and two board members … more

The Montgomery County Community Foundation, the Montgomery County Commissioners and the City of Crawfordsville are seeking additional partnerships to build a high-quality early learning center for … more
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. and CHICAGO — Farmer sentiment weakened again in October as the Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer dropped 10 points to a reading of 102. Both … more
Bane-Welker Equipment is proudly supporting the 2022 Toys for Tots drive and will be collecting toys at all Indiana and Ohio locations from now until Dec. 2.  “We are proud to support … more
Improving early learning and care for children is a top priority for the Montgomery County Community Foundation, local businesses and government officials. On Monday, Montgomery County … more
A program to entice remote workers to Crawfordsville gained the support of the full Crawfordsville Common Council. On Tuesday, the council approved by a 5-0 vote the first reading of an ordinance … more

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. and CHICAGO — The Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer farmer sentiment index declined 5 points to a reading of 112 in September. The decline in farmer … more
Coming Friday the long awaited opening of “The Created By … Artisan Gallery” at 301 E. College St. is scheduled. The neighborhood has witnessed the changes to the exterior of … more
Since the COVID pandemic, working from home or remotely has become the new normal for many. However, creating that clear divide for remote workers in a home setting can sometimes be challenging and … more
Business and community leaders and students from area high schools got the opportunity Thursday to experience the next generation in talent development and attraction. VisionThree (V3), an … more
The city of Crawfordsville kicked off a six-week-long consortium-style professional development training program for employees in first-time leadership roles Tuesday, in partnership with six local … more

County Road 200S officially was renamed Comfort Drive on Thursday by Montgomery County officials, reflecting the significance and welcoming new manufacturer Tempur Sealy to the … more
Researchers at Purdue University say they may have a way to allow the Indiana Department of Transportation to know exactly how much salt it has in warehouses across the state. INDOT, like many … more
Dr. Michael P. Scheidler is seeing silver. The Crawfordsville optometrist recently celebrated his 25th anniversary providing eye care from his downtown practice at 109 E. Main St. and he has no … more
A newcomer to the downtown and a deeply-rooted business took home top honors Thursday at the annual Crawfordsville/Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce awards program at the Crawfordsville Country … more
Longtime health department employee Adrianne Northcutt will take over as county health administrator on Sept. 8. The applicant review and interview team, made up of Montgomgery County Health Board … more

Crawfordsville Electric Light & Power employees are hosting a “Fill the Bucket” community food drive to benefit the FISH Food Pantry of Montgomery County. As the public power … more
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