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Live theater returns to the Vanity Theater after a COVID-19 interruption since February 2020. Friday the curtain goes up on an evening of intriguing comedy presented in four short acts jointly … more
The Salvation Army is looking for dedicated volunteers to form an advisory council in Montgomery County. Due to several retirements, there is currently no council, and one is needed in order to … more
Exactly a year after Travis Lawrence died from a fentanyl overdose in May 2020, his loved ones came to the cemetery to celebrate his life. As the sun went down they told stories about the … more
VEEDERSBURG — “Cranberry Blast” is the theme for the 41st Annual Fountain County “Bake-A-Rama” baking contest, which will be held Oct. 5 at the Fountain County 4-H … more

The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum will open its doors free of charge to all Museum Day ticketholders on Saturday as part of Smithsonian magazine’s 17th annual Museum Day, a national … more
A local church is leading an effort to help Afghan refugees settle into their new temporary homes at Camp Atterbury. Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church is collecting donations for the thousands of … more
Recovering drug users and the families of overdose victims will raise awareness of drug overdoses at an upcoming event in Milligan Park. Walk for Recovery, which is set for noon to 4 p.m. Sept. … more

Gardening is a pastime enjoyed by millions of people. But for many residents at Ben Hur Health & Rehabilitation, an American Senior Community in Crawfordsville, the physical demands of gardening … more
Anita Arnold is known for her green thumb. In the early-to-mid-1980s, the Crawfordsville resident — who grows plants in more than a dozen garden beds at home — was invited by a close … more
Commissioners: No countywide mask mandate being issued Nick Hedrick There will be no countywide mask mandate issued in Montgomery County, the Board of Commissioners said … more
Sue Carroll was more than ready to get back into the air. The 83-year-old could fly a plane before she could drive a car. Nearly 70 years ago Carroll was flying with family friend Earl Sutherlin, at … more

After being quarantined for a week in December of 2020, Emmett Bowman finally had the time and resources to start a business that he had been thinking about since middle school. The Crawfordsville … more
Over the summer of 2018 Kaye Francis lost 50 pounds, an early warning sign, she would later find out, of cancer. Francis started having trouble breathing in August of 2018 and paired with a cough, … more
DARLINGTON — The moment of clarity for Nick Hitt came one day in a bedroom in Baltimore, where he was getting high with his wife, Tanaya, and their friends.  “I came out and said, … more
Tori Wilkinson, a sophomore at Indiana University Kokomo and a 2020 Western Boone graduate, got the experience of a lifetime this spring. Singing the national anthem at an Indiana Pacers game, an … more
Jan McVay’s only time using modeling clay was working with a live model. During a workshop in Illinois, McVay, a longtime painter who taught art and photography at Southmont High School, … more

Whether in the classroom or the kitchen, Richard Warner is always teaching. Warner, an associate professor of history at Wabash College and former professional chef, conducted a live, virtual … more
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