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The public is invited to cut certain downed trees at Turkey Run and Shades state parks for firewood. Trees eligible for firewood have fallen as a result of natural causes or have been dropped by … more
LINDEN — An ogre who falls in love with a princess jumps from the big screen to the stage in Northridge Middle School’s biggest production. “Shrek Jr.” runs at 7 p.m. … more
Next spring, the once-in-a-decade tradition of counting every person living in the United States will be in full gear as residents fill out the 2020 Census. Before the counting begins, the U.S. … more
The stage is being set for Downtown Party Night. Crawfordsville Main Street received approval Wednesday from the Crawfordsville Board of Public Works and Safety to close a portion of East Main … more
State park trails swept all 10 places in the Indiana Office of Tourism Development’s 2019 Best of Indiana people’s choice campaign for best hiking trails. Turkey Run State Park took … more
NEW MARKET — South Montgomery schools will stay open Nov. 19 during the Red For Ed rally at the statehouse. Superintendent Dr. Shawn Greiner told school board members Monday during their … more
Indiana American Water has signed a long-awaited deal to extend water lines to the Nucor Road corridor, laying the groundwork for new expansion on the county’s east side. The agreement, … more
The county will replace broken warning sirens and plans to upgrade the mass notification system to post alerts on social media. The Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency received more than … more
The Boys & Girls Club of Montgomery County will be offering a full day program to students of Crawfordsville Community School Corp. who will be of out classes on Tuesday. Club officials wish … more
Never Forgotten [Photo gallery]
Wabash College Visiting Artists Series presents The End of TV by Manual Cinema. The program takes place at 8 p.m. Friday in Ball Theater, in the Fine Arts Center. Manual Cinema uses vintage … more
Executive chef and owner Isaac Weliver is partnering with local small business owner, Sean Grundy of Grundy Woodworks to deliver a new bar and lounge to the current Francis & Mount … more
As a pastor’s son in northern Indiana, Wayne Wilkinson saw the role a minister plays in a church’s life. Wilkinson is now leading his own congregation as the new worship minister of … more
Organizers of the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner expect another large crowd to gather around the holiday table this season, and they are looking for the public’s help. “Over 900 … more
Crawfordsville students will stay home Nov. 19 while their teachers demand a bigger boost in school funding from lawmakers. Crawfordsville Community School Corp. joined a growing list of districts … more
From the air, Army crew chief Joe Barton would take in the sweeping views of white sand and waterfalls dotting the Vietnam coast. “They’ve got some of the best beaches you’ve … more
Pamela L. Deaton, regionally renowned artist of figurative sculptures and installations, will give a talk at Athens Arts annual meeting on Thursday in the Fusion 54 building in downtown … more
Shoeboxes filled with toys, school supplies and hygiene products will be once again get shipped to children in war zones and other global hot spots. Local churches serve as drop-off sites for … more
More than half of employees say child care plays a key role in their decision to work in Montgomery County, a new survey finds. The preliminary findings are part of a countywide study by the task … more
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