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Let’s talk about the waste at the holidays. According to Stanford University, from Thanksgiving to New Year’s, the average American household waste increases by more than 25%. That … more
In today’s column, two new terms — double depression and dysthymia — will be introduced. The key to understanding both is to see how healthy positive thinking patterns can be … more
Jacob Braude tells the story of a man who hadn’t seen an old friend in years. “How is your wife?” the man asked. “She’s in heaven,” replied the friend. … more
As we turn our calendars to November, I always wonder why there isn’t any good Thanksgiving music out there. Halloween has a handful of hits. Obviously, Christmas and Hanukkah have their own … more

Before I think about packing clothes for a trip, my children are making all sorts of plans. I usually tell them they may pack their purses, then I’ll go through everything with them and discuss … more
Come join Estell Ray and Patricia Ann (Skelton) Claycomb as they celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married Nov. 23, 1973, at the Roachdale Christian Church by Herbert Wilson. … more
Judith Eden McKinney, a daughter, born Nov. 7 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Kayla Birge and Shawn McKinney, Lebanon. At birth, she weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces. She is the couple’s first … more
Ryker Brent Dale Faulkner, a son, born Nov. 8 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Lee and Shyka (Thomas) Faulkner, Waveland. At birth, he weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces. He was welcomed home by … more
Carson James Laube, a son, born Nov. 13 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Brian and Natalee (Brann) Laube, Crawfordsville. He is the couple’s first child. Maternal grandparents are … more

  November’s early morning light, cascading down from a cold and cloudless sky, ricochets off twin barrels of my shotgun, turning them into bright blue beams of steel. It is … more
Is it healthy? That’s a question many of us ask ourselves when selecting what to eat. Some of us analyze everything we put into our mouth, basing it on the statements on the food packaging and … more
Hoosiers will find some relief when it comes to purchasing ingredients for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner this year. Indiana Farm Bureau’s annual Thanksgiving market basket survey shows … more
Russell and Bonnie Staton will celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary on Nov. 20. They were married by the Rev. George King in Crawfordsville. They met at the roller skating rink and were married … more
In reading Thanksgiving poems, I came across this clever writing by Edgar A. Guest: “When turkey’s on the table lain, And good things I may scan, I’m thankful that I wasn’t … more

I love Thanksgiving almost as much as I love Christmas. There’s just something about the family time, and the official kickoff to the whole holiday season that feels extra cozy and magical. But … more
‘Charley’s Aunt’ CHS to present a hilarious farce of love and mistaken identities Journal Review   The charming town of Crawfordsville is about to witness a … more
From page-turning mysteries to dazzling historical fiction, discover some of the books we are thankful for this season at CDPL.  Mary recommends a number of bestselling thrillers this … more
HILLSBORO — Myers Dinner Theatre is excited to present its 2023 Main Stage finale, Meet Me in St. Louis.  This musical, based on the heart-warming film, will open Friday, with seating … more
NEW MARKET — Members of the Southmont High School Theater Department will bring the musical, “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” to the stage Friday and Sunday. This … more

Montgomery County Retired Teachers Association met at the Crawfordsville Public Library on Nov. 13. President Kim Nixon led the teachers and guests in the Pledge of Allegiance. Diane German gave the … more
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