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Montgomery County high school students have been invited by Byron Cox Post 72 of the American Legion to compete in the 2023 annual American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship competition. The … more
Crawfordsville Electric Light & Power employees are hosting a “Fill the Bucket” community food drive to benefit the FISH Food Pantry of Montgomery County. As the public power … more
The second annual Early Learning Expo took place Saturday at The Masonic Cornerstone Grant Hall & Event Center. Hosted by the Montgomery County Community Foundation and the Montgomery County … more
This slaw is the Goldilocks of coleslaws. It’s slightly sweet, but not too sweet. Slightly creamy, but not too creamy. Juicy, but certainly not too wet. It has a bite, but not too sharp. The … more

Charlie L. and Beverly (Shelton) Bruton will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Aug. 30. There were married at Whitesville Christian Church. They are both retired and enjoying family. They … more
Ronin Jaymes Cummings, a son, born at 2:58 p.m. Aug. 22 at Franciscan Health Lafayette East, to Morgan Wiles and Sean Cummings, Romney. At birth, he weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and measured 19 1/2 … more
A family was planning a trip to Disneyland, until the coronavirus put the magical experience on hold. Office workers put on festive face masks at Christmastime. A community theater actor rehearsed … more
The Crawfordsville Eagles Aerie 1005 Ritual Team competed Aug. 1 in Columbus, Ohio, against other teams from across the United States and Canada, and won its sixth championship. The ritual is … more
Dusk to Dawn Bereavement Services announces a new grief support group/book group to begin meeting at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at Christ Lutheran Church, 300 W. South Blvd. Meeting once per month through … more

Ivy Tech Community College was named in the annual Top 100 ranking of America’s Best State Employers. This is the third Forbes designation the college has received this year, along with the … more
My kids still don’t know that Santa can’t live at the North Pole. There’s no land underneath the ice sheets that melt and refreeze throughout the year at the place where elves … more
John and Jodi Curtis of the barbecue competition team Whiskey Whiskers BBQ from Veedersburg was successful at the 20th annua Madison Ribberfest Indiana State Championship Barbeque Cookoff. They won … more
Mayor Todd Barton recently visited the headquarters property of AMERICAN Cast Iron Pipe Company (AMERICAN) in Birmingham, Alabama to continue building city relations with our local industrial partner … more

The 2021-22 Montgomery County 4-H program year is slowly coming to an end. While some may believe that 4-H is just the fair, our program year actually starts Oct. 1 annually and ends on Sept. 30. It … more
A new statewide grant program will provide low-income Indiana families with funds to support tutoring for students who are struggling to recover from academic setbacks spurred by the COVID-19 … more
Beck’s and Indiana AgriNews announced the start of their search for the 26th Indiana Farm Family of the Year. Nominations are now being accepted for this distinguished award. For the past 25 … more
Members of the Dorothy Q Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution are doing their part to help save a historic bridge in Fountain County. Earlier this week, Indiana … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Landmarks announced this week the 10 Most Endangered, an annual list of Hoosier landmarks in jeopardy. The list includes a church designed by a trailblazing Black … more

Around 294,000 Hoosiers could have their student loans wiped away under President Joe Biden’s effort to forgive up to $10,000 of federal student loan debt. Even more could have what they owe … more
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