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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. That’s the important reminder coming from Crawfordsville Police with two of the heaviest drinking events of the year around the corner: St. Patrick’s Day … more
A recent inventory of Crawfordsville’s urban forest counted more than 100 trees at highest priority for being removed, but the city currently doesn’t have a plan for replacing the trees … more
Manners Matter [Photo gallery]
As temperatures seesaw from spring-like to below freezing, the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners enacted the Frost/Freeze Law on Monday, ordering heavy vehicles off county roads. The law … more

Wabash College brings 12 thought-provoking speakers to campus on March 21 when it hosts the fourth TEDxWabashCollege event in Ball Theater at the Fine Arts Center. The theme for this year’s … more
The League of Women Voters of Montgomery County supports and encourages voter education regarding all levels of government. To provide insight into a recently established local government position, … more
WESTFIELD — When he was diagnosed with a form of lymph node cancer last spring, Derek Jones had hardly shown any signs he was sick. The diagnosis was Non-Hodgkin follicular lymphoma, a … more
Schools and the environment were on the minds of constituents Saturday as state lawmakers wrap up the legislative session. State Reps. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) and Sharon Negele (R-Attica) and … more
Career and Technical Education courses await students interested in trade studies through a partnership between Crawfordsville, North Montgomery, Southmont and Western Boone schools. One such … more

The Montgomery County Democratic Party and Club will convene the first-ever quadrennial mock presidential nominating caucus from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Masonic Cornerstone Event Center, 221 S. … more
When Wabash College was approached about partnering with the American Talent Initiative to expand efforts to enroll high-achieving, low-income students, it seemed like a perfect match. Wabash has an … more
Members of the Crawfordsville High School robotics club have been busy tweaking designs and practicing presentations as they prepare for the First Tech Challenge Indiana semi-state competition set … more
An Indianapolis company was awarded a contract Friday for the latest round of street paving in Crawfordsville. In a special meeting, the board of public works and safety approved a nearly $622,032 … more
Another student is able to utilize the alternative school program at the Youth Service Bureau thanks to a sponsorship-donation from Tri-County Bank & Trust. Presenting a check for $2,500 … more

Although Trinity United Methodist Church has closed its doors, the ripples of good they do in the community continue to be felt. The Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau is one of the organizations … more
As she planned a new exhibit on democracy at the Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County, director Kat Burkhart realized some visitors didn’t know the difference between the White House and U.S. … more
Farming and agriculture are long-standing ways of life in Montgomery County. Continuing that theme at Ladoga Elementary, fourth-grade teacher Nicole Hazlett has decided to show her students a new … more
Many factors played into the Crawfordsville School Board’s decision to select a balanced calendar earlier this month for the upcoming 2021-22 school year. Breaks, athletic schedules, … more
The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting for thousands of workers for temporary jobs available in communities across Indiana in advance of the 2020 Census. The 2020 Census Jobs website is now … more

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