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At 91 years old, Norma Miller is eager to feel a sense of relief following her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Miller received her first dose last week, and as a long-time local business owner, … more
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Steps should be taken to identity properties in southern Montgomery County where developers could build homes, the president of the Redevelopment Commission said Wednesday. Speaking during the … more
President Joe Biden repeated the word “unity” in some form about a dozen times in his inaugural address on Wednesday, calling on the nation to step up in the face of the Capitol siege, a … more

WASHINGTON — Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, declaring that “democracy has prevailed” and summoning American resilience and unity to … more
When all of the books had been cleared out of the limestone landmark and moved to the new building across the street, work began to transform the state’s first Carnegie library into a … more
A new year has arrived in Crawfordsville and Montgomery County. While COVID-19 and the national election took center stage, several notable local happenings took place during 2020 and several appear … more
Over a computer screen a thousand miles from the courtroom, Jane Christophersen watched the judge gavel in an adoption hearing. The five-year long case had winded its way through the courts in … more

Donations to the 109th annual Sunshine Society Cheer Certificate campaign continued to flow into the coffers earlier this month, helping organizers exceed their $12,000 goal. As of Jan. 8, … more
VEEDERSBURG — Ashley Hammond has had a vision for quite some time to create a clothes closet for students in need. The vision from the Fountain Central High School principal became a reality … more
Crawfordsville schools are being too aggressive quarantining children potentially exposed to COVID-19, a school board member said Thursday. Under guidance from the state health department, the … more
INDIANAPOLIS — On Friday, the Indiana Department of Education released the 2020 state graduation rate, which increased from 87.29% in 2019 to 87.6%. “This modest improvement in … more

Impeaching President Donald Trump is distracting lawmakers from other issues facing the new Congress, such as providing more financial relief to businesses reeling from the pandemic, U.S. Rep. Jim … more
A Crawfordsville man made his first court appearance Thursday in connection to last month’s spree of vehicle thefts involving a Montgomery County Highway Department truck. Justin Thomas … more
A divided Montgomery County Council changed attorneys Monday and hired the same lawyer that serves the Board of Commissioners, renewing debate over whether separate attorneys should represent the … more
The music room didn’t have any instruments except for an old piano. Cindy McCormick had begun her teaching career by crossing the picket line at an eastern Indiana elementary school, where … more
The Wabash College Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies presents speaker Nate Marshall, whose virtual talk will highlight a day commemorating the life and leadership of the Rev. Martin Luther King … more

A veterinary clinic’s proposed annexation into the Crawfordsville city limits took a step forward with the City Council on Monday. The council passed the second reading of an ordinance to … more
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