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LIZTON — Ian Hensley sparked the run, Karsten Williamson closed the deal, and Jesse Hall was steady in a 79-63 blowout Crawfordsville win over Sagamore Conference foe Tri-West on Friday … more
NEW MARKET — As part of Crawfordsville Rotary’s 100th anniversary celebration, set to take place throughout 2020, members invited the community and Southmont’s 60-strong Interact … more
A public-private partnership is being explored for the possible expansion of the wastewater treatment plant on Nucor Road. The plan was one of two options presented Wednesday to the Montgomery … more

April Johnson has announced her candidacy for Montgomery County Commissioner. “It is an honor to have an opportunity to run for elected office in our county and I eagerly anticipate working … more
This weekend, 70 young people from Montgomery and surrounding counties will stampede onto the stage of the Vanity Theater as the Sugar Creek Players present their roaring rendition of Disney’s … more
Crawfordsville and Montgomery County have formed a policy on building inspections while the city’s inspector goes on leave. The board of public works and safety approved an agreement … more
INDIANAPOLIS — The latest release from the Indiana Historical Society Press tells the story of one of the most powerful people you’ve never heard of. “Gentleman in the Shadows: … more

Crawfordsville will receive more than $2 million in federal money to extend Schenck Road to State Road 32 beginning in 2025 or early 2026, the Indiana Department of Transportation announced … more
MACE — A new weather siren will warn Mace residents when a tornado is coming. The siren is being installed Feb. 19, weather permitting, at the shelter house next to Mace United Methodist … more
Crawfordsville Electric Light & Power called off a rate increase request Monday to spend more time studying the changes. “The utility will continue to work with its consultants on these … more
Plans to replace a bridge near Interstate 74 have been delayed, and the county is now looking at the bond market to pay for the project. The project on C.R. 100W, just north of the interstate, has … more
NEW MARKET — Southmont High School now has a new principal after a three-month search. Jesse Burgess, a graduate of Wabash College, was approved during Monday’s regularly scheduled … more

A touring virtual reality experience designed for educating youth on the events of the Holocaust came to Southmont on Monday. The visit from the Eva Virtual Reality Traveling Exhibit comes on the … more
Montgomery County employees would be allowed to carry firearms on the job under changes to the personnel handbook proposed Monday. The board of commissioners approved the policy update on first … more
INDIANAPOLIS — An Army Reserve veteran who saw a need for more support for his fellow servicemen and women decided to use his talents to raise awareness for the cause. Running 100 miles, … more
The efforts of Hoover officials to increase family involvement at both school and in the home have been acknowledged by the Indiana Department of Education, recently designating the south side … more
A locally-owned-and-operated furniture store offering rustic and modern designs — using only reclaimed wood — has moved to a new location on Grant Avenue from its original downtown … more

Montgomery County will not offer housing to homeless people being released from incarceration, ending a unique plan to help former inmates re-enter society. The decision comes amid concerns over … more
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