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Wow, the weather is wet and cold out. We had our American Legion Expo on Oct. 21. We gave out 58 flu shot for the morning and I had three to four veterans stop by my booth for some information. We … more

The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum’s Hoosier Authors Book Club wraps up its sixth year with a virtual meeting at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 via a Zoom discussion. Books are currently available for … more
The Crawfordsville Street Department is seeking to use money it receives every year from the stormwater utility to pay for its building study. In August, the city hired a consultant to assess the … more
Masonic Cornerstone Grand Hall and Event Center is one step closer to a local historic status. The Crawfordsville City Council’s Ordinances & Petitions Committee gave a favorable … more
Crawfordsville Electric Light & Power consumers need to be aware that scammers are targeting energy customers everywhere. They often call threatening to shut off power unless payment is made … more

      A new gas station is being planned for the former Admiral property on East Market Street, Mayor Todd Barton confirmed on Monday. Property owners demolished the … more
Organizers of the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner are gearing up for another year and help is needed to prepare and serve meals. The free event is set for 12:30 to 3 p.m. Thanksgiving Day at … more
This year will mark the 21st annual running of the Sugar Creek Trail Thanksgiving Day Pie Run. The event, set for Nov. 25, offers something for everyone, so the whole family can enjoy Thanksgiving … more
As dawn broke on a rainy Saturday morning, a group of elected and appointed officials suited up alongside Crawfordsville firefighters and paramedics. By lunchtime, they had rescued a child from a … more

Sugar Creek Quilters’ 24th annual Holiday Bazaar will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Crawfordsville District Public Library’s lower level community rooms.  … more
Cheryl Fuhrmann has built a career helping people cope with grief, so when she and her husband pre-planned their funerals she knew it meant their children wouldn’t have to shoulder the … more
For 50 years, Wabash College students chose one evening each fall to walk the neighborhoods around campus and knock on doors to accept donations for the United Way in Montgomery County (formerly … more

The final day to pay fall property taxes without penalty is Nov. 10. To check balances and other property details, taxpayers are directed to research their parcel and current balances at … more
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