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Downtown Waynetown will be full of visitors and vendors from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday for the Fourth Annual Waynetown Street Festival. The newest of five festivals in the western Montgomery … more
Jill Pettit Jill Pettit is the mortgage portfolio manager at Hoosier Heartland State Bank. She has lived in Montgomery County for 13 years. She has been married to Brandon Pettit for 19 … more
HILLSBORO — Myers Dinner Theatre continues its 2024 Main Stage Season presenting “Nunsense 2: The Second Coming” with book, music and lyrics written by Dan Goggins. This interactive … more
  Journal Review     Mike Melvin Mike Melvin is a math teacher and auditorium supervisor at North Montgomery. He has lived in Montgomery County his entire … more

Darla Goodrich Darla Goodrich is the senior minister at First Christian Church in Crawfordsville. She has lived in Crawfordsville since August 2016 when she became the minister at First … more
Under the threat of Confederate invasion in September 1862, panic gripped the streets of Cincinnati, Ohio. It was the sixth largest city in the United States and was not only strategically important, … more
Wabash College welcomes Richard Hasen as the 2024 recipient of the David W. Peck Senior Medal for Eminence in the Law. Hasen, a professor of law and political science at the UCLA School of Law, … more
Dueling Texas pianists Cameron Cody and James Kelly will perform at 7 p.m. Friday in the Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church Sanctuary. This is the third event in the 2024 Concerts on the Corner … more
The Wabash Theater Department will be concluding its musically inclined season with an electric play about competition, completion and finding the “airness” inside yourself.     … more

Sugar Creek Players are set to enchant audiences with their latest production, “Peter and the Starcatcher,” directed by Eric Margerum and produced by Linda Kingry. Taking the stage … more
Montgomery County public safety officials are gearing up to meet thousands of visitors on Monday during the total eclipse event. Locally, the eclipse is scheduled to begin at 3:06 p.m. and last … more
Darren Forman wears many hats. He is a paramedic and works with expectant mothers and mothers through Project Swaddle. He is also the fire chief at Coal Creek Fire and Rescue, the Montgomery County … more
Kristen Latzke, the Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation Director, knows that water is currently on everyone’s mind because of the impact that the Boone County LEAP Project is having … more
The Mary Bishop Memorial Gallery at the Crawfordsville District Public Library would like to welcome the public to view the annual exhibit of Sugar Creek Quilters’ Guild. Their unique textiles … more

The Hoosier Authors Book Club enters its ninth year with five planned book discussions. The first meeting will take place at 7 p.m. April 18 in the Lew Wallace Carriage House, 200 Wallace Ave. … more
Runners and walkers will step off April 14 for the second annual Global Ministries Mission Dash 5K sponsored by First Christian Church Crawfordsville (Disciples of Christ). The race begins at 8 … more
Indiana State Parks are gearing up for record numbers of visitors for the April 8 solar eclipse with Inns and campgrounds at full capacity for the weekend ahead of the spectacular Monday event. … more
The 10th Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau’s Dancing with the Montgomery County Stars fundraiser is brought to you this year by Franciscan Health Crawfordsville as the title sponsor. … more
In the next workshop offered by Athens Arts, participants will learn how to create a piece of felted art. Participants will spend two hours together creating a project which can become a piece … more

John Chapin of Tree Frog Gardens is the final speaker in the Crawfordsville Seed Library’s March Learning Series. His topic is “Growing Great Hydrangea!” The program is at 6:30 p.m. … more
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