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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
The Crawfordsville Police announced Monday the results of the 2020 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over holiday enforcement mobilization, which began mid-December and lasted through the first of the year. … 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

Montgomery County will be reimbursed for up to more than $124,000 in additional pandemic-related expenses through the CARES Act. The county received a grant through the Coronavirus Relief … more
Last Wednesday, millions of Americans tuned in to cable television networks and scrolled through their social media feeds to digest the breaking news that a pro-Trump protest had turned into a … more
The Montgomery County Health Department is putting a call out for volunteers to help run the COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Vaccines are being administered by appointment from 4 to 7 p.m. Mondays … more

“At the beginning of March, our enrollment was 123 children,” New Beginnings Child Care director Annette Richter said. “At the end of March, we were at 23 … more
WAYNETOWN — Organizers for Waynetown Christmas in the Park are celebrating their most successful season yet. A record number 3,475 vehicles filled with people found their way to the … more
As he finished a Zoom call Wednesday, Rev. Dr. John Nuys was stunned to see photos of a pro-Trump mob surrounding the U.S. Capitol. As guards tried to keep the mob from entering the building, Van … more
LINDEN — North Montgomery School Corp. is extending coronavirus-related emergency pay another two-and-a-half months for employees affected by the pandemic. Up to 10 days of paid sick time … more
The Montgomery County Health Department will open a clinic to administer COVID-19 vaccine to eligible recipients on Monday The health department will open its first vaccination clinic to the … more

Two Terre Haute residents were arrested Friday morning shortly after an armed robbery at the Speedway Gas Station, 1811 Indianapolis Road. Police received a call at 3:56 a.m. that a man had just … more
The Montgomery County Community Foundation continues to help people who are struggling due to the pandemic, thanks in part to a $10,000 grant from the AT&T Foundation. AT&T’s grant … more
Montgomery County hopes to start administering COVID-19 vaccines next week, health officer Dr. Scott Douglas said. Local health departments are expecting their first shipments of the Moderna … more
Local schools rang back into session this week with higher student numbers than before the holidays, but concerns remain about having enough substitutes to cover for teachers in … more
The Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County will be open by appointment only while the county is in the “red zone” for coronavirus spread, the museum announced. Call 765-362-4618 to … more

The Journal Review confirmed on Wednesday that Stock + Field, a midwest based farm and outdoor retailer, will close its Crawfordsville store at the end of March. Stock + Field, formerly Big R … more
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