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A potentially life-saving medication that rapidly reverses opioid overdose is now available to the public 24-7 at the Community Paramedicine Program’s building in downtown … more
Around this time last spring, the Southmont High School drama club students were just learning that their planned performance of the musical “Grease,” for which they had been rehearsing … more
The litter of week-old kittens, four tiny balls of fur, arrived at the Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County after the mother cat was found dead. It’s kitten season, and the babies … more
Some local businesses began taking down their mask signs Tuesday after the state’s mask order was lifted, leaving the decision in the hands of local communities. Crawfordsville and … more

Governor Eric Holcomb announced recently that the state mask mandate and other restrictions will end Tuesday, leaving the option open for local officials to implement greater restrictions if they are … more
Easter Eggs Galore [Photo gallery]
Prom season is here and a local organization is helping girls find the perfect dress — for a good cause. The nonprofit Crawfordsville Country Club Kids Charity Organization will offer new … more
The Athens Arts Gallery is once again partnering with artist instructors to offer classes, as part of their arts education program. As the pandemic grew, Athens Arts Gallery had to suspend in-person … more
Caitlyn Brandt’s inspiration comes from walking in nature. The Michigan-based artist, whose landscape paintings are now on display at the Crawfordsville District Public Library’s Mary … more

Josh Nikirk is on his way to becoming a chef. The 20-year-old commanded the grill in a recent private event at K1ds Count Therapy, flipping more than two-dozen burgers for the staff and clients of … more
Sitting in front of an Athenian mural with her colleagues from Charger and Mountie territories watching, Southmont’s Samantha Cotten gripped Mountie Man’s hand as a community paramedic … more
Local schools do not plan to offer distance learning in the fall, superintendents say, as most children have returned to the classroom and student and staff quarantines are drastically falling … more
Throughout Indiana, abandoned babies have been found on residential streets, open fields and even in trash cans. This doesn’t have to happen. Franciscan Health Foundation is currently raising … more
The Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau JUMP program is reaching out to families in Montgomery County with children or know of children who could benefit from having a mentor.  Before … more

The Hoosier Authors Book Club continues its sixth year with a special virtual meeting. The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum’s book club invite Hoosier author Ray E. Boomhower to visit … more
His name may be on the best-selling novel of the 19th century, but when he picked the brush back up to reignite a love for art, Lew Wallace never signed any of his paintings. Or so the staff of … more
The Wabash Democracy and Public Discourse Initiative is one of 10 organizations statewide to receive Lead Forward Community Grants from the Lilly Scholars Network and the Independent Colleges of … more
Despite the slowing of COVID-19 spread, Montgomery County’s health officer says now is not the time to let the guard down. “The number of cases we’re having right now is still … more
After she carried an abandoned beehive to her garden, Deb Barowsky was ready to sit back and watch the flowers grow. An avid gardener, Barowsky soon picked up a new hobby as a … more

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana residents age 60 to 64 are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, state health officials announced Tuesday in the latest expansion of the state’s vaccine … more
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