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Wabash College continues to be ranked in the Top Tier of National Liberal Arts Colleges according to U.S. News & World Report in its annual Best Colleges rankings, which were released Monday. … more
INDIANAPOLIS — In its ongoing efforts to invest in rural communities, Comcast completed a more than 10-mile-long fiber build from Crawfordsville along Indiana State Route 47 to Darlington where … more
WEST LAFAYETTE — Wabash Heartland Innovation Network is making a big impact in Montgomery County. The organization met recently with community leaders to share its progress. “WHIN is … more

Claire Robertson, executive assistant to Hoosier Heartland State Bank president and CEO, celebrated five years with the bank in August. As the executive assistant, Robertson provides advanced and … more
U-Haul Company of Indiana Inc. announced that Red Hawk Choppers signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Crawfordsville community. Red Hawk Choppers at 1015 Candle View Lane will … more
The Crawfordsville Police released the results from the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign that ran between Aug. 18 and Labor Day. According to the department, officers made three … more
On Sept. 11, 2001, two days before her 15th birthday, Christina Sharp reflected on the day’s events in her diary. “All that we hold near and dear to our hearts was attacked by an evil … more

Travis King has been a law enforcement officer for the past 22 years, and he is confident that he is exactly where God wants him. “I have always had a helping personality,” said King, … more
Are you tired of not knowing what to cook after a long day? Or coming back home and find out that you forgot to do your weekly grocery shopping and have nothing to eat? Whenever these situations … more
LINDEN — The North Montgomery Community School Corp. board voted unanimously in an emergency meeting on Friday to lower the threshold for requiring masks in the classroom, as local school … more
In the nation’s heartland, far removed from the hustle and bustle of the city he knew like it was a one-stoplight town, Warren Rosenberg saw the pictures of the tower … more

The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum will welcome Jessica Stephens from the Indiana State Museum’s T.C. Steele Historic Site. Stephens will present “A Look Inside the Studio & … more
  Fall is around the corner and here at CDPL we are planning exciting activities for our readers. The days of “Adult Summer Reading” are long gone, and the smell of pumpkin spice … more
Our long fight against the coronavirus continues. In June and July, it appeared that we had gained substantial ground. Weekly cases in Indiana had dropped from a high 7,899 in December to the low … more
EDWARDSVILLE, Illinois — R.P. Lumber Co. Inc. has announced the rebranding of all 22 Stock + Field locations it acquired through the bankruptcy process this past spring to their new name, R.P. … more
A local church is leading an effort to help Afghan refugees settle into their new temporary homes at Camp Atterbury. Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church is collecting donations for the thousands of … more

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