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Did you recently become an empty nester with kids off to college? Or maybe you are the college student where cooking for one is the norm. By the time you get done with work or school you are ready to … more
It’s been hanging in the balance for days, even weeks. For some people in church, anticipation mounted at the thought of home schooling our children this term, for others with multiple … more
The family of Bob V. Starnes would like to thank Sanders Priebe Funeral Care for the special care they gave us upon Bob’s passing. To those who came to the visitation or the service, sent … more
The Flower Lovers Club met at Lew Wallace Study for the dedication of the club’s gift to the city. It is a commemorative bench. We held our regular meeting at St. John’s. President … more

Larry and Nancy Bennett were married Aug. 20, 1971, and resided in New York City until moving to Crawfordsville in 1995. They will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house 5-8 … more
Everyone likes to seem smart and sophisticated. It’s why I wear glasses. Instead of saying that I “agree” with someone, I say “I concur.” We all want to come across to … more
I am a seafood lover, but this has not always been the case. As children growing up in New England, my younger brothers and I were served swordfish on a regular basis. This may sound luxurious, but … more
Bo James Wayne Brant, a son, was born at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Brandon and Sara (Price) Brant, Crawfordsville. He is the couple’s first child. Maternal grandparents are Stephen … more

Maverick Scott Hendrix, a son, born Aug. 4 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Emily Wyant and Matthew Hendrix, Crawfordsville. At birth, she weighed 9 pounds, 1 ounce. She is the couple’s … more
Isla June Strong, a daughter, born Aug. 6 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Ben and Jessica (Wathen) Strong, Thorntown. At birth, she weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces. She was welcomed home by a … more
“To Jaw-Jaw is better than to War-War.” This quote by Winston Churchill, British Statesman, opens the door to today’s column — Good communication skills (Jaw-Jaw) stops the … more
Dear Doctor: My 75-year-old husband has had arthritis in his ankles for many years. It’s gotten to the point that the pain makes it unbearable for him to be on his feet for more than a few … more
It is no secret that many rural areas in our county, as well as across the state and nation, face challenges when it comes to reliable internet connectivity. This can also lead to a lack of digital … more

Superhero fans, please don your capes and join us at Crawfordsville District Public Library to celebrate Free Comic Book Day from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Comic book fans of all ages are … more
What a combination. It’s 6 a.m., the birds outside my window are trying to outdo each other, all six little children are sound asleep, and Mommy is ready to write. All we need is a stretcher to … more
I would like to thank the Sugar Creek Quilt Guild for the beautiful Quilt of Valor that was presented to me. I am truly grateful and humbled for this honor. Thank you again. Mike Spencer Mentor … more
This is my “I can’t deal” potato salad. (It’s also my favorite potato salad.) In the heat of the summer, when it’s too hot to move, it’s nice to have a few easy … 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
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