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More than a month after Hoosiers began hunkering down to limit the spread of COVID-19, the stay-at-home order has changed the routine for families working and going to school without leaving the … more
The Indiana Department of Transportation would like to remind Hoosiers to keep campaign signs out of the state highway rights-of-way. Campaign signs in state highway right-of-way are prohibited by … more
The Montgomery County Health Department has confirmed 16 new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 75 confirmed cases since its first case was recorded. The increase in numbers may, in … more
The City of Crawfordsville will seek federal funding to buy out homes deemed most at danger from erosion along a problem leg of Sugar Creek as soon as next year. The at-risk homes line part of … more

Nick Hedrick nhedrick@jrpress.com     When someone in the congregation tested positive for the coronavirus in March, members of a New Jersey church delivered a box of food, … more
 The Montgomery County Health Department announced Wednesday that six new positive cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Montgomery County residents. Between the six new cases today and … more
LINDEN — Montgomery County children are counting down the days to summer break, but local schools will keep feeding students after classes end in two weeks. The three school districts have … more
Members of the Hens family pick up trash along Sugar Creek. Friends of Sugar Creek changed its annual spring creek cleanup event due to the stay-at-home order, encouraging the public to pick up trash … more
Who would take a set of concrete discs recognizing the military branches from a veterans memorial? The discs disappeared over the weekend from a display outside Brian Bowman VFW Post 1431, leading … more

SMARTSBURG — A Darlington man remains jailed after police say he pointed an unloaded firearm at a Smartsburg-area couple while attempting to break into their house in the wee hours of the … more
Faced with a nationwide rise in landfill fees and escalating recycling costs, the City of Crawfordsville must decide whether to continue the use of trash stickers, Mayor Todd Barton said. During … more
Middle school aged students crave the attention of their teachers. And the COVID-19 pandemic has created a void that school districts and their teachers are doing everything they can to … more
Montgomery County’s public health emergency over the coronavirus pandemic will remain in effect until May 15, as county employees begin returning to work more than a month after the emergency … more
A study will set forth recommendations for renovating or expanding the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Jail. In their virtual meeting Monday, the Montgomery County Board of … more

The Montgomery County Health Department has confirmed three new positive cases of COVID-19 on Monday morning, bringing the total to 50 confirmed cases since its first case was recorded. Health … more
[[[The Spanish flu had already swept through… when it arrived in Crawfordsville.]]] “The only way an epidemic of this kind can be checked is to close up all public meetings, and not … more
Manners Matter [Photo gallery]
As she planned a new exhibit on democracy at the Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County, director Kat Burkhart realized some visitors didn’t know the difference between the White House and U.S. … more
Farming and agriculture are long-standing ways of life in Montgomery County. Continuing that theme at Ladoga Elementary, fourth-grade teacher Nicole Hazlett has decided to show her students a new … more

Many factors played into the Crawfordsville School Board’s decision to select a balanced calendar earlier this month for the upcoming 2021-22 school year. Breaks, athletic schedules, … more
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