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In last week’s column, you met Julie, a 45-year-old woman who, after her father, Pierre Curie died, took over his flower shop, “Le Papillon.” In addition to the incessant demands of … more
Local government officials gave an optimistic presentation on the future of the City of Crawfordsville and Montgomery County during a legislative luncheon on Friday hosted by the … more

Harvest season is here, and Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler, Hoosier Ag Today and many other state agencies have teamed up to promote roadway … more
Autumn is coming closer each day and that means it’s time for everything to be pumpkin. From candles, to decorations, to coffee, ice-cream, cakes, pies and many more — pumpkin is … more
A report of a potential threat Friday afternoon at Crawfordsville High School caused the facility to lockdown its classrooms while law enforcement officers investigated. “This afternoon we … more
Business and community leaders and students from area high schools got the opportunity Thursday to experience the next generation in talent development and attraction. VisionThree (V3), an … more
You can celebrate National Public Lands Day on Saturday and Sunday by getting outside and enjoying your favorite outdoor activity at one of the many DNR destinations throughout Indiana … more

The Crawfordsville District Public Library would like to bring attention to books that have been banned, burned, challenged, or denied during international Banned Book Week, September 18-24. We will … more
I loved the suggestions you tossed back on what you enjoy hearing me write about. One idea caught my attention: an ordinary day at home. And what’s better than just a typical day at … more
The Crawfordsville District Public Library would like to bring attention to books that have been banned, burned, challenged, or denied during international Banned Book Week, September 18-24. We will … more
Since its inception in 1971, the Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau has served an estimated 55,000 children and saved families, children and taxpayers millions of dollars with its free and vital … more

The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum will welcome Suzanne Hahn, vice president of Archives and Library at the Indiana Historical Society, who will discuss “The Collections of the Indiana … more
Amid struggles with higher food and transportation costs, fewer donations and increased demand, food banks in Indiana will soon have additional funding to help ensure more Hoosiers have food on the … more
Dear Dave, My husband and I are debt-free. We are in our mid-20s, we also have a full emergency fund and we each have 401(k) plans with our employers. Currently, we are looking at life … more

Close to 100 individuals gathered under clear blue skies at the Rocky Ridge Golf Club clubhouse Sept. 16 to celebrate the United Way in Montgomery County 2022 Campaign Kick-off. Dr. Kathy Steele, … more
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