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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana health officials are urging Hoosiers to protect themselves from tick bites during and after spending time outdoors as warmer weather increases tick activity. “We … more
From the smallest boo-boo to something more serious, you probably would know the basic first aid to offer someone in need. But would the same answer be true if you encountered a family member, … more
Spring is here, and with the change in seasons comes a change in the status quo inflicted by a pandemic which rocked the nation for more than two years. However, residents must always keep in mind … more
A startling statistic was made clear Monday by Women’s Resource Center Site Coordinator Amy Klossner: Upwards of 85% of children’s car seats are not properly installed. Klossner and … more

LAFAYETTE — An emergency medical transport company in Lafayette, which has been providing regular ambulance services in the area, now looks to further its assistance to Montgomery … more
Officers at the Montgomery County Health Department urged residents Tuesday to continue implementing protective measures as the COVID-19 omicron variant surge is reaching its peak. Even after the … more
Crawfordsville became the newest member of a growing list of cities to offer an option for mothers who want to surrender a newborn baby without fear of arrest or prosecution. A “baby … more
Hospitals around the country are again overwhelmed with patients seeking relief from COVID-19 symptoms, and staffing shortages threaten to delay care in the midst of an omicron variant surge. But … more
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health is making several changes to testing operations due to high demand and a national shortage of rapid test kits. Rapid tests at state and local … more

LINDEN — Before her students take a test and to help them stay focused on the last day before winter break, North Montgomery High School teacher Cassie Bever will call for a brain break. One … more
The City of Crawfordsville is poised to begin ambulance service to Clark and Walnut townships pending approval from the city council. Agreements between the city and the townships would allow the … more
S. David Long keeps a list of dates in his portfolio folder. The timeline helps Long keep track of his battle with COVID-19. Meticulously updated by his daughter, it begins at the end of September … more
As new coronavirus cases tick higher at a time when people seem to be more comfortable returning to their pre-pandemic lives, Montgomery County’s chief physician sounded a clear warning: the … more
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