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The tale of Crawfordsville’s greatest showman begins on a warm day in 1875 when the John Robinson Circus wended its way through Crawfordsville in a splendid procession through the streets. An … more
Everyone arrived at our small, white country schoolhouse. It was a day when everyone gathered to celebrate another successful school year. We had taken very few days off throughout the term, so … more
Wabash College continues to rank among the best institutions nationally when it comes to the value and support its students receive. In its annual college guide: The Best Value Colleges, The … more
The City of Crawfordsville has formalized a not-for-profit lease with the Montgomery County Visitors & Convention Bureau to house the Crawfordsville Fire Department’s Division of Community … more

Love is an open door this weekend at the Vanity Theater. After a year of lockdown procedures due to COVID-19, the theater is ready to again entertain audiences with a Disney Showcase. Directed by … more
The Wabash College Theater Department returns to the stage this week with its final production of the 2020-21 season, presenting a double bill of weird one-act plays — “Creatures of the … more
Eleven mentors and their mentees from the JUMP program spent a recent morning making ceramics and visiting the Rotary Jail Museum.  “It is so nice that businesses are beginning to open … more
Spring cleaning season is underway, and the community can clean out their closets and pack their cars with items to sell at a “garage sale on wheels” to raise money for Pam’s … more
The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum’s Hoosier Authors Book Club continues its sixth year with a virtual meeting at 7 p.m. May 13 via a Zoom discussion. Books are currently available for … more

Spring property tax season is again upon us. The Montgomery County yearly tax statements should have arrived at households. They include payment coupons for both the spring and fall payments and dog … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs announced Monday that an additional 80 Hoosier communities will receive more than $18.6 million in … more
Once again Athens Arts is reminding the community that art matters — to everyone — and that we should be “pART of it.” In the new exhibit, “Pre-school Painters and … more
Montgomery County’s three school districts will receive a combined estimated $7.7 million in additional federal funding to recover expenses from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indiana Department of … more
Wearing his “Wabash Always Fights” face mask, Malcolm Lang ’21 rolled up his sleeve and made history as the first student to receive his shot at the College’s #BashCOVID … more

Reese Minnette was named the 2021 Strawberry Festival Queen following a virtual competition on Saturday. She is the daughter of Kent and Erica Minnette of Crawfordsville and is a junior at … more
Ashley Harris watched the messages pour into her inbox. If her friends didn’t feel guilty for doing nothing about past racial incidents when they occurred or outright denied the problem, … more
Officials broke ground Friday on a $1.5 million project to replace the C.R. 100W bridge over Black Creek and realign the road just north of Interstate 74. The project, which is scheduled for … more
The Crawfordsville Community Garden begins its 12th season in 2021. The garden is an ongoing project of Sustainable Initiatives of Montgomery County and is enjoyed each year by people of all ages and … more

A local police officer vacationing with his family in Florida over spring break saved an elderly man from drowning. Cpl. Todd Huckstep of the Crawfordsville Police Department was camping along a … more
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