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The Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau JUMP program is reaching out to families in Montgomery County with children or know of children who could benefit from having a mentor.  Before … more
The Hoosier Authors Book Club continues its sixth year with a special virtual meeting. The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum’s book club invite Hoosier author Ray E. Boomhower to visit … more
The Montgomery County Jail needs almost twice as many beds to house the number of inmates projected to be held by 2040, a new study finds. A feasibility study and bed analysis of the jail by DLZ … more
His name may be on the best-selling novel of the 19th century, but when he picked the brush back up to reignite a love for art, Lew Wallace never signed any of his paintings. Or so the staff of … more

The Wabash Democracy and Public Discourse Initiative is one of 10 organizations statewide to receive Lead Forward Community Grants from the Lilly Scholars Network and the Independent Colleges of … more
LINDEN — For Melva Triplet, the answer for stopping the COVID slide in her fourth grade classroom at Pleasant Hill Elementary was already in her toolbox. “When we came back to school, … more
The Board of Public Works and Safety awarded the Sugar Creek dam project to a Crawfordsville-based company on Wednesday. W Enterprises was selected to remove the low-head dam in front of the … more
Despite the slowing of COVID-19 spread, Montgomery County’s health officer says now is not the time to let the guard down. “The number of cases we’re having right now is still … more
A shared road maintenance agreement between the City of Crawfordsville and the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners is nearing approval from the city council. The agreement, which … more

After a year’s absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wabash College Theater Department is back on stage and will present “Twisted Tales of Poe,” a radio drama based on the … more
HILLSBORO — The second production in Myers Dinner Theatre’s 25th anniversary season will be Moon Over Buffalo, opening Friday and running through March 21. With a plethora of … more
Montgomery County saw a sharp drop in new coronavirus cases during February and more than 1 million Hoosiers have received at least their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, state figures show. The … more
After she carried an abandoned beehive to her garden, Deb Barowsky was ready to sit back and watch the flowers grow. An avid gardener, Barowsky soon picked up a new hobby as a … more
Cassidy Bowlin earned a top 10 finish in the Indiana Distinguished Young Woman scholarship program conducted this past weekend. The Southmont High School senior was chosen the Distinguished Young … more

INDIANAPOLIS — New data show a big drop of just over 9% in the number of Indiana students applying for federal student aid this year, and experts say that could mean a big red flag for college … more
At 2 p.m. (Eastern) March 7, in a virtual event, financial aid experts from all across Indiana will once again help Hoosier families file the most important form for free money for college. This is … more
Montgomery County’s three school districts are speaking out against a bill that would expand the state’s private school voucher program. Indiana House Bill 1005 would open eligibility … more
The public COVID-19 testing site on North Green Street is closing after this week. Beginning Monday, free public coronavirus tests will only be conducted at the Montgomery County Health … more
Montgomery County has received more than $124,000 in CARES Act funds to offset the costs of opening the West Market Street testing site and raising public awareness of COVID-19. The funding is … more

The city opened bids Wednesday for the Sugar Creek low-head dam project. Proposals ranging from $46,650 to $85,057 were submitted by five companies bidding to remove the dam outside the former … more
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