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Traveling abroad for work or vacation? Want to brush up on that language you studied for four years in school, but somehow can’t seem to remember at all? We’ve got you covered. The … more
The Oct. 9 meeting on Montgomery County Teachers Association was held at the Crawfordsville District Public Library. President Kim Nixon called the meeting to order and led members with the Pledge of … more
First Nine Weeks All A’s Grade 1 ­— Theodore Davies, Charles Hill, Eva Johnson, Hyndrix McCombs, Mack Newnum, Kole Norris, Havik Roemer and Crew Rose Grade 2 — … more
First Nine Weeks Distinguished Honor Roll All A’s Grade 6 — Ashlynn Bettis, Giovana Bonomo, Nolan Bridge, Lainey Bryant, Nora Busenbark, Emelia Chapman, Kathryn Faust, Liam … more

We want to thank all the children and families that participated in our annual character pumpkin decorating contest. We had a total of 16 entries with 388 people voting. The Dennison … more
It is hard to believe that the harvest is moving to a close in many areas and pumpkins abound. We all know what that means. The holidays are right around the corner. For many of us this … more
President Karen Cook called the meeting to order in the social hall at St. John’s Church. Cook thanked the hostesses Priscilla Zachary, Carolyn Fisher, Teresa Huxhold and Myrna Slinker. … more
HILLSBORO ­— Myers Dinner Theatre is excited to continue their tradition of entertaining Theatre for Young Audiences with the hilarious Junie B. in Jungle Bella, Batman Smells!  … more
First Financial Bank, its associates and community members are collecting food to be given to people in need. From Nov. 6-17, nonperishable food items can be dropped off during normal business hours … more

Sugar Creek Quilters’ 26th annual Holiday Bazaar will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the lower level community rooms of the Crawfordsville District Public Library. Known … more
These last days have been a pull and by last night, a fever set in. “Mom, will you be OK?” the children asked, climbing onto the recliner with me. Thanks to my Mom, who came and … more
Audiences can return to the Renaissance and experience Shakespearean comedy with a modern twist as the Wabash Theater Department opens its fall season with the first musical to hit the Ball Theater … more
November begins the holiday season, but we don’t need to wait until the end of the month to celebrate. Although Thanksgiving is in my top seven holidays of all time, let’s all remember to … more
Children do not choose their families, they are just born into them. The chance that a child will end up in a healthy family — kind, loving, stable — is the same as buying a lucky lotto … more

“God likes people because he made them on the last day,” says Sarah, age 6. I suppose Sarah’s idea is that God saved the best for last. “God enjoys us because we are … more
This month, I have been writing articles about Catholicism. These articles are not meant to proselytize, but simply to give an explanation to any interested inquirers, since I know a lot of people … more
Continuous Glucose Monitors have been gaining in popularity lately, but are they necessary for someone without diabetes? Let’s break it down. Glucose serves as the primary energy source … more
The Mary Bishop Memorial Gallery at the Crawfordsville District Public Library invites the public to view the work of local painter, Peg Shearer. This exhibit is currently open and will be on … more
Greetings, adventurer. The Crawfordsville District Public Library is celebrating International Games Month this November with the American Library Association. After all, the library is not just a … more

This year’s theme for Dusk to Dawn’s annual extravaganza is “Hat’s off to 10 Years.” The 10th annual Harvest Fest will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 4 at … more
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