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The recent JUMP group activity was bowling and pizza at the Plaza Lanes. Sixteen mentors and mentees attended and had a great time bowling together. This is just one of the many group activities … more
A Crawfordsville city councilman said Monday that any of his fellow members should “step down” if they feel they’re not being paid enough for serving, as he called for the council … more
The Waynetown Fish Fry kicks off at 11 a.m. today and continues through Saturday at the Rev. Guy Tremaine Park. The area’s longest running fish fry is a fundraiser for the Waynetown … more
NEW MARKET — Food Finders Food Bank Mobile Pantry will be distributing food, including fresh produce, an assortment of frozen items, essential non-perishable items, and breads to people in need … more

Rotary Club speaker this week was Roger Azar, who is the local club president. He just returned from a visit to see his mother in Beirut, Lebanon. He talked about the different factions of the … more
Parents of teens can relate. You want to share the important 4-1-1 (info) with your teen but he or she braces for the next … more
Gary Starnes celebrated 15 years of service with Crawford Industries on Sunday. He joined Crawford in 2006 as a Kugler operator in the finishing department. In 2008, he move to the screening … more
Hoosier Heartland State Bank is pleased to welcome Paul Jaeger to the team as an ag/commercial credit underwriter. “I am thrilled that Paul has decided to join the HHSB Underwriting … more
RUSSELLVILLE — The annual Russellville Roundup will be one-day event Saturday.  All events will be at the Russellville Community Center with most activities being … more

Below the twin smokestacks of the old power plant along the rocky banks of Sugar Creek, excavators drilled into Crawfordsville’s low head dam on Tuesday, making the first cut in a long-awaited … more
New Ross celebrates with annual Community Day Journal Review   NEW ROSS — The 13th annual Walnut Township Community Day is set for Saturday. This year’s theme is … more
VEEDERSBURG — Southeast Fountain School Corp. will require masks when coronavirus infection rates hit a certain point, becoming the latest district to update its masking policy. The new … more
WHITESVILLE — Inside the church nestled among crops around the corner from the steel mill, JoElla Haffner spreads out an old quilt stitched with hundreds of names. The names belonged to the … more
As life returned to the tip of the island after Sept. 11, 2001 and New Yorkers could see what the terrorists had done, Kelly Childress ventured downtown. On Canal Street, Arnold … more

A Crawfordsville man died Friday in a single-vehicle crash in Boone County. At approximately 2:45 a.m., the Boone County Communications Center received a phone call from a good Samaritan stating … more
The 2020-21 Montgomery County 4-H program year is slowly coming to an end. While some may believe that 4-H is just the fair, our program year actually starts Oct. 1 annually and ends on Sept. 30. … more
We are starting to cool down as I write this column. We have had three veterans go to Roudebush VA Hospital in Indianapolis. I have had 13 veterans come into my office for help. I have had 44 … more
Masks are now being required to be worn in all Crawfordsville school buildings in an effort to limit student quarantines. The policy was adopted by the school board Thursday in an emergency … more
Recovering drug users and the families of overdose victims will raise awareness of drug overdoses at an upcoming event in Milligan Park. Walk for Recovery, which is set for noon to 4 p.m. Sept. … more

American Building Components, part of the Cornerstone Building Brands family of brands, is joining country music superstar Luke Bryan as a sponsor of his 12th Farm Tour, which will bring concerts to … more
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