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NEW MARKET — A Southmont High School swim and dive coach has been charged after an athlete accused him of inappropriate touching. Jordan P. Hatch, 62, Crawfordsville, faces a misdemeanor … more
Teachers urged state lawmakers to end externship options for renewing teaching licenses, and not penalize schools for low standardized test scores during a preview of the upcoming General Assembly … more
The public will have another chance to weigh in on the proposed confined feeding operation chapter for the county’s zoning ordinance today as the Plan Commission continues debating the … more
Fin Bandholz smeared honey on a piece of bread, offering a taste of home to a visitor experiencing world cultures at Pike Place.The authentic dish was served Saturday in the German booth at Humans … more

RUSSELLVILLE — The annual Russellers’ Roundup celebration is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at the Russellville Community CenterBreakfast will be served both mornings 8-10:30 a.m., featuring … more
Crawfordsville Police Department Tuesday • Property damage crash at East Market Street and Whitlock Avenue — 2:41 p.m. • Juvenile complaint in the 600 block of North Brenda … more
Wabash College invites the public to a screening of the award-winning short documentary, 1,500 Miles, and a presentation by the film’s subject, Nicole Ver Kuilen, at 8 p.m.Thursday in the Salter … more
NEW ROSS — Wherever the next disaster strikes, Kyle McHargue is ready to respond.McHargue, 31, a Walnut Township firefighter and EMT, has joined an ambulance team sent by the Federal Emergency … more
Area schools are meeting or approaching expectations, according to federal ratings announced Friday. Indiana schools are being evaluated under two accountability systems for a second straight … more

A Ladoga man who exchanged gun fire with police in April will be headed to prison.Matthew G. Olsen, 40, pleaded guilty to one felony count of unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent … more
An Indianapolis-based environmental company will continue to assist the city with operating and maintaining the local waste water treatment plant. On Wednesday, the Board of Public Works and … more
Crawfordsville Police Department Friday • Personal injury crash at South Washington Street and Durham Drive — 7:32 a.m. • Property damage crash at 2206 Lafayette Road … more
VEEDERSBURG — An historic train depot and a small country church were among the at-risk places given a lifeline by a statewide preservation group. Indiana Landmarks awarded more than … more
City employees will get another pay raise in 2020, but it will be less generous than this year’s increases.The 2020 budget was adopted Monday with a 2% increase for everyone except city council … more

A coalition of local agencies will help “get out the count” for next year’s census. The Montgomery County Wellness Coalition is partnering with the U.S. Census Bureau to drum up … more
 Crawfordsville/Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce is searching for its next leader.Executive director Rick Hernandez submitted his resignation Tuesday after two years at the helm.“We truly … more
Before Keaton King turned two years old, doctors found a massive tumor in the boy’s brain. He was transferred by Lifeline to Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis where doctors … more
The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum is pleased to announce the completion of a conservation project to improve care of the historic Wallace book collection and five selected framed works of … more
Out of Montgomery County Community Foundation’s 2018 Love Where you Live campaign, was born the 2019 Love Note Grants program. Love Note Grants support activities that make Montgomery County the … more

The city took the next step Wednesday toward updating Crawfordsville’s zoning rules, hiring an architect to redraw the zoning map once the changes are in place.The Board of Public Works and Safety … more
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