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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

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
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