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Work will soon begin to restore a section of the brick wall surrounding the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum. The project will rebuild a 50-foot section of the wall along Elston Street that … more
A veterinary clinic’s proposed annexation into the Crawfordsville city limits was approved Monday by the city council. The council voted 6-0, with councilman Jeff Lucas absent, in favor of … more
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Travis and Jami Harrington set up shop online. The owners of Reclaimed by Grace started Facebook and Instagram shops for their custom-made wood and metal designs, … more
Montgomery County has launched a new mass notification system for emergency alerts. The Code RED system, a product of software company OnSolve, will be activated during severe weather or other … more

      TERRE HAUTE — The CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center is set to reopen to the public, beginning Feb. 19. During the grand re-opening weekend there will … more
WAYNETOWN  — Waynetown has released the dates for the town’s 2021 festivals. This year the town is planning five events which includes a second attempt for a street festival to be … more
DARLINGTON — As snow blankets the ground outside his cramped backyard workshop, Tim Sering scoops lumps of coal into a model steam engine. The locomotive is a replica of an engine used on … more
According to the National Weather Service, the Indiana Region can expect a “strong polar blast” this weekend and into next week, with temperatures in the single digits along with wind … more

With much colder weather across the state in the forecast, Indiana American Water is urging customers to act now to secure homes and businesses against freezing pipes. “With much of the … more
Entry forms are now available for anyone interested in participating in the Strawberry Festival Queen Program or the Jr. Royalty Program. This year’s program will again be conducted virtually … more
The Crawfordsville Police Department’s use of force policies will be made public as promised when Mayor Todd Barton announced steps last year to ensure confidence in officers following national … more
GARFIELD — When children in Sugar Creek Elementary third grade teacher Tammy Murphy’s classroom became startled or upset, they reached for a battery-powered stuffed animal. The toy, … more
LINDEN — The children of Disney villains go on a mission to steal the Fairy Godmother’s wand and free their parents from an island prison in North Montgomery Middle School’s … more

The Women’s Legacy Fund of the Montgomery County Community Foundation is accepting grants now through noon March 26 for local nonprofits with a mission to support women and/or children.  … more
Montgomery County dropped back into the orange zone for COVID-19 spread, allowing restrictions on social gatherings to ease as health officials still warn Hoosiers not to let down their guard in the … more
The Montgomery County Community Foundation and Hoosier Heartland State Bank recently announced a new program that will offer local nonprofit organizations an additional source for funding. The … more
The City of Crawfordsville plans to add a new vehicle to its fleet of Sunshine Vans but won’t need to help cover the cost this time. The vehicle will be purchased through a grant from the … more
If I’ve already had COVID-19 and recovered, do I still need the vaccine? Can I stop wearing a mask or social distancing after I’ve been vaccinated? Experts at the Montgomery County … more

  Nick Hedrick nhedrick@jrpress.com Bernie’s mittens are helping to raise money for local non-profits. After U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders lit up social media with his practical … more
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