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Two field fires shut down major thoroughfares Wednesday afternoon. Crews from multiple fire departments fought the blazes on U.S. 231 near C.R. 400N and East State Road 32 near C.R. 625E. Wind gusts … more
The Montgomery County Council on Tuesday signed off on next year’s budget, including a 2% raise for employees. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, department heads were asked to make little … more
Crawfordsville residents cannot set off firecrackers except to celebrate certain holidays under a change approved Monday to the city’s noise ordinance. The city council voted 7-0 to pass a … more
NEW ROSS — Students at Walnut Elementary experienced a field trip of a different sort Tuesday. Without ever leaving campus, every inquisitive mind at the grade school was taken to new … more

NEW MARKET — Southmont Jr. High industrial technology teacher Michael Allen asked one of his students to give a presentation to the board of trustees during a regular district meeting … more
Byron Cox American Legion Post 72 invites all veterans and their spouses to the post for their flu shots on Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon. Walgreens will be providing the shots with the high dose … more
Montgomery County property owners will pay less into the cumulative bridge fund, which will shortchange a maintenance plan by nearly $5 million in 10 years if the rate is not raised, according to the … more
LINDEN — An outdoor concert for the world debut of a special composition is set to take place Wednesday on the North Montgomery football field. A release for the event speaks of a number … more
WAYNETOWN — In light of the canceled Breast Cancer Walk in Indianapolis due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), a small group from Waynetown decided to form their own march Monday. Personally … more

LINDEN — The North Montgomery board of trustees held a special meeting Friday to approve the district budget for 2020-21, as well as pay increases for staff. The board approved a budget … more
VEEDERSBURG — Southeast Fountain Schools announced Monday it will switch to e-learning for the next two days as coronavirus cases surge in the county. Students will attend classes online … more
Do you have type 2 diabetes? Would you like to learn more about your disease and how to live well reducing your health risks? If so, Purdue Extension has a program for you. The Purdue … more
A Holocaust survivor will share his story in a virtual discussion hosted by the Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Committee. Oscar Singer, now 95, will speak about his life during and after … more
Though Crawfordsville Superintendent Dr. Scott Bowling has reported positive trends since the district’s full return to in-person instruction Sept. 28, his optimism was admittedly tempered … more

A Taste of Germany [Photo gallery]
The Crawfordsville Police Department was awarded a $23,210 grant from the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute to conduct several high-visibility enforcement campaigns designed to prevent traffic … more
A budget for next school year was passed by members of the Crawfordsville School Board. The overall budget, totaling $31,183,531, includes multiple funds and a levy which Superintendent Dr. Scott … more
Southmont Shows Spirit [Photo gallery]
As the state moves into Stage 5 of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Back on Track: Indiana plan, students, families and the community at large must remain vigilant in combating the spread of the coronavirus … more

ATTICA — A recent surge in cases of COVID-19 in Fountain County suggests that residents are letting their guard down in limiting the spread of the coronavirus, the county’s top health … more
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