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LINDEN ­— The Valero Renewables plant in Linden has contributed $15,000 to Mountie Mission, a nonprofit organization located in Ladoga.  Mountie Mission provides furniture, … more
Third Quarter Preschool Character Counts Fairness — Allison Boyd, Jaxon Rush Caring — Joseph McCullough, Jett Williams Kindergarten Character Counts … more
Wabash College welcomes Richard Hasen as the 2024 recipient of the David W. Peck Senior Medal for Eminence in the Law. Hasen, a professor of law and political science at the UCLA School of Law, … more
Have you noticed the sweet sounds of the birds chirping as spring has arrived in central Indiana? The birds are singing for their supper, as their songs remind us to fill our bird feeders and enjoy … more

The simple act of painting rocks is as old as time.  Join Athens Arts to learn the Art of Painting Rocks on May 9. Learn the basics of getting started, needed supplies,and techniques to … more
Serve Indiana Commissioner and Past Chair Dr. Mark Eutsler of Linden recently completed the Congressional Management Foundation’s National Service Advocacy Academy and earned the National … more
COVINGTON — An informational tea for the Covington Fourth of July pageant will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday in the Parish Hall of the St. Joseph Catholic Church, Covington. Learn more about … more

Oh, the joy of the elusive morel mushroom season! Every year, hunters prepare for the season, testing the temperature of the air and ground, scouting their favorite locations, checking leaf and … more
Dueling Texas pianists Cameron Cody and James Kelly will perform at 7 p.m. Friday in the Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church Sanctuary. This is the third event in the 2024 Concerts on the Corner … more
The Wabash Theater Department will be concluding its musically inclined season with an electric play about competition, completion and finding the “airness” inside yourself.     … more
I glance back, I see memories. I look in the future, I see no certainty. I look at the moment and thank God for what I have right now. Now when I look too long at things I don’t … more

Wabash College alumnus and Visiting Associate Professor of Spanish Julio Enríquez-Ornelas ’08 has been appointed the inaugural Director of Latino Partnerships at the college and will … more
If you’ve ever had laryngitis, you understand how frustrating it can be to communicate even the simplest of ideas to another person. Usually, physical inflammation is short lived and normal … more
It is spring time in Indiana and that can mean only one thing mushroom hunting season. I have already started to see Morels popping up in our wooded areas. Morels are fun to go out and find but they … more
Continued investments in technology and construction projects gained support from members of the Crawfordsville School Board on Thursday. The board voted to approve a technology advance in the … more
The Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County will present two lectures in conjunction with its newest local history exhibit, Dearly Departed: Death & Dying in Montgomery County. A Walk Through a … more

“Heaven is probably so stunning that it makes your eyes all watery. I also think heaven has everything you can dream of,” says Alison, 9. Have you ever known tears of joy from … more
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