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Did you know that the Crawfordsville District Public Library collects Montgomery County historical photographs? After the photographs are loaned or given to us, scans are created and placed in a … more
As the saying goes, if it’s not broken, don’t fix it. I agree with this philosophy, but with one caveat: You can always add more cheese — especially when making a potato gratin. A … more
Improving early learning and care for children is a top priority for the Montgomery County Community Foundation, local businesses and government officials. On Monday, Montgomery County … more
On Sept. 15, Mary Weir-Wommack passed on to eternal glory leaving her legacy of a life well lived. Her life was a living example of her favorite Bible verse, Ephesians 4:32, “And be kind and … more

COVINGTON — The annual Fall Luncheon and Bake Sale sponsored by the Covington United Methodist Women will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 4 at the Covington United Methodist, 419 … more
Dear Doctors: My brother-in-law is 57 years old, and he is getting coronary bypass surgery. I don’t want to bother him or my sister with a lot of questions right now, but I do want to … more
Why do angels have wings? Or do they really? “So they can watch over us and to be our garden angels,” says Lauren, age 9. If I planted a garden, I would need angelic protection. I … more
We roast, toast, carve, paint, smash, launch, gut, bake and decorate this fruit. It really is a versatile thing, pumpkin. The winter squash we know and love today is no new thing, although we have … more
Today’s column is about a commonly encountered, but deeply misunderstood behavioral disorder, which has its origins in early childhood Brain teaser: What is the name of this disorder? 1. … more

First Quarter Distinguished Honor Roll Grade 9 — Jalyn Allen, Rhyane Beck, Lydia Bennett, Asher Cadman, Cadence Clausen, Maya Clemence, Bayleigh Daniels, Andrea Estes, Garrett Frieze, … more
Fall is in the air and the Youth Services Department at the Crawfordsville District Public Library has a lot of fun activities planned. Come in and pick up a Pumpkin Patch Reading Challenge. We … more
Remember how Daniel enjoyed occasionally writing columns for me and how he couldn’t stay away from the subject of relationships? I wonder if God put it there, knowing that at the prime age of … more
The Montgomery County Historical Society recently traveled to Mackinac Island and the Upper Penninsula in Michigan. The group visited Frankenmuth and Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland. They then … more
Eighteen members of the Montgomery County Master Gardeners met at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds at 6 p.m. Oct. 10 for their monthly meeting. The secretary’s and treasurer’s reports … more

President Kim Nixon welcomed guests and led the membership in the Pledge of Allegiance. Karen Thada gave the invocation. Members who had birthdays in October were recognized. A delicious lunch of … more
  You might agree when I say that life feels uncertain right now. There is a new normal replacing many assumptions and expectations we had taken for granted. Some of this is organic: We … more
On days like this, kids in costumes aren’t the only spooky things in the neighborhood. Did you know commas can save innocent lives? I wanted to avoid controversial subjects like killing in this … more
DARLINGTON — The Darlington Library is sponsoring its second “Movie Day for Kids” 4-6 p.m. Wednesday. The movie is “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” (rated PG), and is free … more
Dear Doctors: How important is it to get the new COVID-19 booster? My husband and I are in our mid-40s and in good health. We both got the Moderna vaccine when it first came out, and we got a … more

Today’s column is about a tragic death which occurred when drug abuse is mixed with the explosive power of a pistol. Meet Zoey and Anna, two girls who are BFFs — best friends forever. … more
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