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Crawfordsville Fire Department Chief Scott Busenbark has promoted Paul Miller to Deputy Chief. Miller joined the Crawfordsville Fire Department in June of 1999 as a firefighter. He also served … more
The end of 2023 brought the retirement of two of Witham Health Services’ long standing Board of Trustees, Jack Jones and Nancy Morton. Jones served Witham for 28 years as a trustee and … more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently recognized 24 physicians and clinical practices as the 2023 Million Hearts Hypertension Control Champions. Hypertension, or high blood … more
Dave Mitton recently retired from International Paper after 47 years of service. Mitton has worked for Inland, Inland Container, Temple Inland and now International Paper since graduating from … more

WEST LAFAYETTE — The latest report from the Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer indicates that U.S. farmers’ inflation expectations have subsided while overall producer … more
The Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission has certified to the Supreme Court of the State of Indiana that Raymond M. Kirtley is qualified to be appointed as Senior Judge until Dec. 31.  In … more
Although Indiana lawmakers maintain the 2024 legislative session will be quicker, quieter and “noncontroversial,” there’s no shortage of critical — even touchy — … more
Dear Dave, My mom and dad always told me to live within my means. As an adult, I’ve made some mistakes with money, including falling right back into debt after paying off everything. … more
Hoosier Heartland State Bank is excited to welcome account specialist Charley Quigg back to the Crawfordsville East branch. Quigg began her career with HHSB in May 2022, working primarily at the … more

Paul Hutson ended his 35-year employment at Lakeside Book Company on Dec. 21, 2023, marking his last shift. Hutson worked in our CFC Department as bindery machine operator/case decorating … more
Sandra “Sandy” Miller is ready for her next chapter and is retiring from Lakeside Book Company after 32 years on Dec. 28, 2023. She spent most of her career in our CFG department except … more
At the top of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s agenda for his eighth and final year in office is making local elected officials, not-for-profits and other community stakeholders aware of state programs that … more
F.C. Tucker West Central is proud to announce that two of its Realtors, Chad Hess and Cody Laster, have been recognized for their extraordinary contributions to the real estate industry and the … more
Dear Dave, My best friend is having financial problems, and I’m worried about him. He’s “between jobs” now and making less than $600 a month through a part-time job. He … more

Homebuilders are stepping up construction of single-family homes following a steady decline in mortgage rates and broad expectations among economists that home loan borrowing costs will ease further … more
Hoosier Heartland State Bank is pleased to announce Preston Shaw as its newest virtual branch team member. Shaw has been an integral part of HHSB since joining the team as a CSR in June 2023. He … more
Hoosier Heartland State Bank is pleased to announce Preston Shaw as its newest virtual branch team member. Shaw has been an integral part of HHSB since joining the team as a CSR in June 2023. He … more
Tina Terry will celebrate 25 years at Lakeside Book Company on Dec. 25. Over the past two and a half decades, Terry has been an important part of many different areas such as working on Line 12, … more
Kyle Lucas recently rang in 30 years of hard work and dedication at Lakeside Book Company. Lakeside Book Company thanks you for your hard work and dedication over the years. more

IRA Whiskey Co. is looking to invest in an exciting project in Crawfordsville. The proposed new facility is planned to be approximately 26,000 square feet and will focus on whiskey storage and aging … more
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