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Living a long, healthy life means staying hungry. Maxine Booker, who turns 100 on Sunday, said staying hungry will not only help one avoid physical disparity, but will help one stay focused on … more
This June the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum will host ArchiCamp in partnership with Indiana Landmarks. The camp will be held June 14-15 and is open to students ages 8-12. The camp costs $25 … more
A familiar but aging business front across the way from Dari-Licious is set for total overhaul. The building at 1101 E. Main St. was recently purchased by Jeff Osborn. He is in the beginning … more
A Crawfordsville man known for his a-fiddlin’ and a-pickin’ becomes Montgomery County’s newest centenarian today. Born May 13, 1922, in Montgomery County near Bal Hinch, … more

The work of regional artists Lavinia and Esther Hale is now on display in the Mary Bishop Memorial Gallery at the Crawfordsville District Public Library. The community to invited to view … more
Mothers Day, abortion, Ukraine, government, education, military, emergency personnel — all were subjects of the many prayers spoken aloud Thursday on the steps of the Montgomery County … more
HILLSBORO — The Theatre for Young Audiences production in Myers Dinner Theatre’s 26th Anniversary season will be Junie B. Jones, The Musical, opening at noon Friday and running through … more
The Brian Bowman VFW Post presented Wabash College and its food service partner, Bon Appetit Management Company, a state-of-the-art commercial popcorn machine from Gold Medal Products on April … more
April showers bring May flowers — and so does the Master Gardeners spring plant sale, which will take place from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 7 at the Montgomery County fairgrounds. The sale is open to … more

A group of dedicated students and avid volunteers received one of the Girl Scouts highest honors this weekend. The Girl Scout Bronze Award, bestowed to members who create and successfully execute … more
Blue Star Hoosier Mothers will have its Spring Bean Supper 5-8 p.m. Thursday at American Legion Post 72, 101 Walter Remley Drive in Crawfordsville. The dinner is open to the public and takeout will … more
During the coming months, families are likely to spend more time together. Reunions that have been postponed during the pandemic will finally take place, and once those long-awaited hugs have been … more
SOUTH BEND — A religious novel released by long-time Lake Holiday author Rick Lyon is gaining traction with readers. His latest book, “The God of Jesus,” was written to provide … more
First Financial Bank will celebrate National Financial Literacy Month in April with a book drive and financial literacy outreach in each of its financial centers throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky … more

Local non-profit group Humans United for Equality invites the community to the Fourth annual Celebration of Unity. This free event will be 4-8 p.m. April 23 at Pike Place in downtown … 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
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
No matter the length of a vacation, students often have some catching up to do upon their return to school. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Check out these five spring break ideas that … more

The Montgomery County Early Childhood Coalition has partnered with the Crawfordsville Parks & Rec Department to launch its first-ever, full-day, full-summer camp. Camp Milligan officially opens … more
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