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Dorothy Q was the eighth chapter in the state to organize Jan. 31, 1898. We have been meeting in the Elston Home since 1929. The Elston Home is in the National Register of Historic Places and is … more
HILLSBORO — Up next in Myers Dinner Theatre’s 24th anniversary season will be the exciting Off-Broadway musical, The Ark, opening at 6:30 p.m. Friday and running through Oct. … more
A request from Jeffrey Henkle with American Innovation was approved Wednesday by the Crawfordsville Board of Public Works & Safety. Henkle requested the facility be granted access to the … more
Patty Plantenga has been appointed site director for the Ivy Tech Community College site in Crawfordsville. As site director, Plantenga will partner with community groups to identify the workforce … more

A collision between two vehicles at a rural bus stop Wednesday afternoon resulted in only minor injuries for the drivers. The North Montgomery school bus dropping off students at 2189 N. State … more
Crawfordsville Electric, Light & Power was officially recognized Sept. 3 as the Large Business of the Year by the Crawfordville Chamber of Commerce. Representing CEL&P at an awards banquet … more
REMC Multi-County Community Trust met Tuesday and awarded grants totaling $11,281 to three area nonprofits through the Operation Roundup Program. Board members Terry Bruner, Kathy Collom, Sally … more
In the spring of 2020, Crawfordsville singer-songwriter Joel David Weir was supposed to travel to Europe for the first time. But COVID-19 happened. Instead of traveling, Weir collaborated with his … more

An ordinance limiting the use of consumer fireworks in Crawfordsville moved forward Monday. The City Council voted 6-0, with member Jennifer Lowe absent, to pass the first reading of the measure … more
Truck drivers ticketed by police for venturing off the city’s designated truck routes will face a much stiffer fine under a change to the traffic ordinance. The Crawfordsville City Council … more
Although the 2020 Crawfordsville Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet looked a little different this year due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, the honor was fully intact. The first of the awards … more
NEW MARKET — As more is learned about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its effects, schools are beginning to develop re-entry plans for full-time attendance due to low rates of spread between … more

Drivers will soon have to slow down on Airport Road. The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners introduced an ordinance Monday setting a 45 mph speed limit on C.R. 400S between State Road 47 and … more
A former longtime Avon town manager has been named the next Montgomery County administrator. Tom Klein was appointed Monday by the Board of Commissioners to the position of overseeing day-to-day … more
Wabash College once again finds itself in the Top Tier of National Liberal Arts Colleges as ranked by U.S. News & World Report in its annual Best Colleges rankings, which were released Monday. … more
WAYNETOWN — Two family members in Waynetown are being charged with multiple counts of neglect of a dependent following a month’s long investigation by police. Deborah Diane Snyder, 64, … more

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