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Watching the recent unrest following police shootings of Black people across the country, Bonnie Mills wanted to show her support for those who wear a badge. “Every time there’s an … more
Though the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is making headlines in the world of education, other efforts are still taking place behind the scenes. Keeping district operations running smoothly amid … more
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Delivering impassioned speeches, pausing periodically to hold back tears, were several at the front lines of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Parents, teachers and nurses demanded students … more

WAYNETOWN — The use of the newest and most advanced technology is becoming invaluable in a labor-intensive industry like waste removal. Safer and more efficient methods through cutting-edge … more
Like so many other businesses and organizations, the 4-H program is continuing to adapt and pivot programming in response to COVID-19. While programs and meetings may look a little different, one of … more
Friends of Sugar Creek has launched its Adopt a Storm Drain program to raise awareness of storm water pollution. The program allows residents to select a nearby drain, clean it out and dispose of … more
Youth as Resources, a program of the Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau, is following their motto of “Giving, Serving, Leading,” and have once again awarded a $500 grant to North … more
INDIANAPOLIS — At a time when local journalism is under threat, Indiana Humanities, in partnership with the Hoosier State Press Association, invites Hoosiers across the state to participate in … more

NEW MARKET — An afternoon crash in southern Montgomery County on Sunday left one dead and one in critical condition. Police reports indicate Eladio Gonzalez Lopez, 46, of Indianapolis was … more
Residents can show their support for the police Saturday at Kroger. “Support Your Local Law Enforcement” signs will be sold beginning at 10 a.m. until customer traffic slows or … more
The Pentecostals of Crawfordsville will pay tribute to local police and firefighters, first responders and current and retired military personnel to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11, … more
An upcoming Nucor Road Wastewater Treatment Plant is in the design phase for the Montgomery County Regional Sewer Water District. The district board is moving ahead with the process, discussing … more

INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags statewide to be flown at half-staff in honor of Patriot Day. Flags should be flown today at half-staff from sunrise to … more
The Crawfordsville-Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, with sponsor, Tri-County Bank & Trust, announced changes coming to the Chamber Buck$ program. In the past year, the community gift … more
When Don and Dodie Fuller needed to fix the sidewalk in front of their South Grace Avenue home, they asked the city for a loan. Crawfordsville’s Sidewalk Maintenance & Improvement fund … more
The nightly bangs and pops of fireworks in the neighborhood leaves Terri Remley in no mood to celebrate. A proposed ordinance coming before the Crawfordsville City Council hopes to cut the fuse on … more

A proposed new truck route in the Nucor Road corridor is moving forward. The Indiana Department of Transportation is reviewing a report submitted by American Structurepoint, the firm hired by the … more
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