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NEW MARKET — The former Southmont High School assistant principal announced Monday he will run for the at-large seat on the South Montgomery school board in 2022, moments after the board … more
Franciscan Health is holding a virtual babysitting class which will teach the basics of babysitting. The first class will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday. This virtual class teaches basic … more
Throughout Indiana, abandoned babies have been found on residential streets, open fields and even in trash cans. This doesn’t have to happen. Franciscan Health Foundation is currently raising … more

INDIANAPOLIS — Ivy Tech Community College has announced that it will offer its fall semester courses starting in August in-person across its statewide campuses, based on the current trends with … more
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
President Joseph R. Biden recently recognized Linden residents Therese and Mark Eutsler each with the President’s Volunteer Service Award for Lifetime Achievement. The award recognizes their … 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

MONTGOMERY COUNTY — The Indiana Department of Transportation announces work will begin on a bridge on C.R. 625W over Interstate 74 eastbound on or after Monday. The contractor will restrict one … more
A suspicious package found outside an agricultural lending cooperative Friday was harmless, police said. An employee discovered the package at Farm Credit Mid-America, 517 Corda Boulevard, when … 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

VEEDERSBURG — Southeast Fountain Elementary School has opened online pre-registration for Kindergarten Round-up for the 2021-22 school year. A modified round-up will be conducted in late April. … 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
The Drug Free Montgomery County Coalition, which serves as the Local Coordinating Council for Montgomery County, is pleased to announce the 2021 Mini-Grant Application is being released for groups … 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
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