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A purchase agreement for the first of five properties along Wayne Avenue threatened by the erosion of Sugar Creek was approved Wednesday. Members of the Crawfordsville Board of Public Works … more
Fifteen years. That’s the part of my life I lost. Fifteen years of family … lost. Fifteen years of friends … lost. Fifteen years of life … lost. … more
Express your style and personality by making paper beads. Paper beads are light weight, colorful and unique. Learn how to use everyday supplies to make beads for you own earrings or necklaces. … more
Child well-being for Hoosier kids improved in the latest data release, though health metrics continue to drag the state's overall rank down. Hoosier children are doing a bit better than they … more

A year of transformational change lies ahead said Mayor Todd Barton in the recent State of the Community address. Barton and Montgomery County Administrator Tom Klein shared a general overview … more
WAVELAND — Firefighters from serveral departments responded Monday to a single-story house fire in the 800 block of West Main Street in Waveland. The fire was reported at 10:28 a.m. … more
The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum is pleased to announce our 2024 exhibit, “The Flower of Gallantry: The Montgomery Guards & the Eleventh Indiana Volunteers 1856-1861” … more
West Central Indiana Career & Technical Education is again preparing for this year’s Student Job Fair and Community Expo on April 4 at Crawfordsville High School. More than 1,000 high … more
According to the newly released agricultural census data from The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, Indiana remains a top agricultural … more

Wabash College will host one of the nation’s leading experts on boys and men when author and researcher Richard Reeves gives a keynote lecture as part of the President’s Distinguished … more
Robb Owen has a story to tell, and the right people are starting to listen. The 59-year-old Crawfordsville resident was diagnosed Oct. 5, 2023, with stage 4 squamous cell carcinoma. The disease … more
A proposal to raise sewer rates moved forward Monday, but not without some resistance. Members of the Crawfordsville Common Council discussed the proposed ordinance that would raise monthly … more
Montgomery County Commissioners accepted a bid Monday from Crider & Crider to build the Purple Heart Parkway extension. The bid of $5,344,598 will be split between the county and the City of … more

Three state legislators participated Saturday in the Crawfordsville/Montgomery County Legislative Breakfast at Fusion 54. Those in attendance heard from State Sen. Brian Buchanon and State … more
Republican voters will have a few local choices to make when they cast a ballot May 7 in the Primary Election. At the conclusion of the month-long candidate filing period Friday, contested races … more
Auditions for the upcoming production of “Peter and the Starcatcher” at the Vanity Theatre will be 6-9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Prepare a one-minute from of an appropriate song. Actors … more
A proposal to raise sewer rates is expected to come before the Crawfordsville Common Council on Monday. Earlier this week, members of the council’s fiscal affairs committee heard from … more

Count day for the second semester of the 2023-24 school year has passed, and the numbers were good. Dr. Rex Ryker, superintendent of Crawfordsville Community School Corp., told board members … more
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