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Crawfordsville’s street department may be getting a new home. The city has hired a consultant to determine the future of the department’s longtime Vermont Street building, which needs … more
The City of Crawfordsville is cracking down on nuisance properties and threatening to take owners to court if they don’t remedy violations in time. The code enforcement office and legal … more

The Wabash College Chamber Orchestra will resume making music after one-year hiatus due to the pandemic. They will practice 4:15-5:15 p.m. every Monday in the Fine Arts Center in preparation for a … more
VEEDERSBURG — An Illinois man was arrested Friday in Veedersburg following a pursuit. According to a press release issued by the Indiana State Police, at 12:15 p.m. Friday ISP Trooper … more
Heat advisories in our area are issued by the National Weather Service office in Indianapolis. Their criteria for issuing this cautionary statement include one or both of the following: • … more
In August, WCDQ-FM/WIMC-FM/WCVL AM, Crawfordsville radio was recognized by the Indiana Broadcasters Association. They received the 2021 IBA Cardinal Community Service Award for their partnership with … more
It is one of the area’s most anticipated annual festivals, but the Taste of Montgomery County also fulfills a very important role: the Taste is the largest fundraiser for the General Lew … more

NEW MARKET — South Montgomery Community School Corp. has set the marker for requiring masks to limit the spread of COVID-19, though cases remain below levels where the policy would be … more
A donation trailer for Waverly, Tennessee flood victims will be available beginning at 8 a.m. today at the former Save-a-lot parking lot, 451 E. South Blvd. Organizers said the small area of … more
Montgomery County Coroner Darren Forman is asking the county for additional money to hire another deputy as the number of home calls have more than tripled in recent years. The nearly $10,000 … more
Lleyton Harris is the kind of worker labor-strapped manufacturers want to find: He’s eager to work. “I’ve been working 25 hours a week. I have bills to pay. I’d like to … more

The Wabash College’s Community Friends Host Program will resume after a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Last year, there were almost no opportunities for international students to get … more
Labor Day weekend is coming up, and the Crawfordsville Police Department is warning residents against drinking and driving. The department is taking part in the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled … more
MONTGOMERY COUNTY — The Indiana Department of Transportation announces a rolling slowdown is scheduled on Interstate 74 in both directions between U.S. 231 (Exit 34) and S.R. 32 (Exit 39) on … more
  LINDEN — North Montgomery High School will move to remote learning tomorrow through Sept. 3 due to a spike of COVID-19 cases in the building, the school district announced … more
Rising Wabash College sophomore and Journal Review intern Io Maeda interviewed Wabash College President Dr. Scott Feller for this Q&A feature.   Q. What is the current vaccination … more

Tempur Sealy will break ground on its $138 million foam-pouring plant near Crawfordsville in October, Montgomery County Administrator Tom Klein announced Monday. The plant will be the Lexington, … more
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