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Third Nine Weeks Distinguished Grade 9 — Kali Burgess, Mackenzie Gillogly, Braydon Goodwin, Daylen Hein, Haley Holtsclaw, Ella Lacy, Leyton McMullen, Carly Newnum, Addison Ramsay, … more
Parke Heritage Middle School Third Nine Weeks Distinguished Grade 6 — Giovana Bonomo, Lainey Bryant, Nora Busenbark, Emelia Chapman, Kathryn Faust, Liam Ingram, Riley Neely, … more
Third Nine Weeks All A’s: Grade 1 — Lucas Davies, Theodore Davies, Blake Engle, Charlies Hill,   Eva Johnson, Hyndrix McCombs, Mack Newnum, Kole Norris, and Crew Rose … more

Your electric service is generally very reliable, but outages do happen. Why? The causes range from weather conditions to equipment issues to scheduled events. Here are nine reasons why power outages … more
Montgomery County public safety officials are gearing up to meet thousands of visitors on Monday during the total eclipse event. Locally, the eclipse is scheduled to begin at 3:06 p.m. and last … more
Every March, the Crawfordsville District Public Library reports our previous calendar year’s statistics to the Indiana State Library. It’s a great opportunity to take a look back at the … more
Darren Forman wears many hats. He is a paramedic and works with expectant mothers and mothers through Project Swaddle. He is also the fire chief at Coal Creek Fire and Rescue, the Montgomery County … more

In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in raw milk, fueled by claims of its superior nutritional value and health benefits. Proponents of raw milk argue that it is a natural … more
Vice President Steve Frees welcomed members and guests to the March 11 meeting of MCRTA at the library. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. The invocation was given by Dr. Kathy Steele and included … more
The death of a loved one is never easy even when we know it is inevitable. Our Christian faith and the concern of others helped lessen the pain and hole left in our lives by Danny’s death. … more
Kristen Latzke, the Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation Director, knows that water is currently on everyone’s mind because of the impact that the Boone County LEAP Project is having … more

Have you heard of NARCAN/Naloxone? NARCAN is a brand name of naloxone as there are other formulations of naloxone. Naloxone is a medication, referred to as an opioid antagonist, that can reverse the … more
RUSSELLVILLE — Back before there was internet and television the world came into our homes via the radio. Through the radio you could hear play by play of sporting events, get updates on what … more
The Mary Bishop Memorial Gallery at the Crawfordsville District Public Library would like to welcome the public to view the annual exhibit of Sugar Creek Quilters’ Guild. Their unique textiles … more
The Hoosier Authors Book Club enters its ninth year with five planned book discussions. The first meeting will take place at 7 p.m. April 18 in the Lew Wallace Carriage House, 200 Wallace Ave. … more
Beverley Turner was best known for her dedicated teaching style. She was an iconic Southmont teacher who was inducted into the Southmont Hall of Fame in 2007. Turner’s service to others … more

This is a glimpse into our home on a recent Friday evening. Tonight, six-year-old Elijah came in from doing his chores to report that Miss Putter, our turkey hen, is sitting on the nest. Sounds … more
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