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There is nothing more personal than receiving a handmade greeting card. Sending a card is a great way to show your love, care and appreciation to your family and friends. Have you ever wanted to make … more
This year’s theme for Dusk to Dawn’s annual extravaganza is “Hat’s off to 10 Years.” The 10th annual Harvest Fest will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 4 at … more

LINDEN ­— North Montgomery teachers will receive a $5,000 pay raise after the school board approved a tentative agreement with the teachers association. Superintendent Colleen Moran … more
A family of paranormal investigators will visit Crawfordsville on Friday for a meet-and-greet at the Rotary Jail Museum. The Fourman Brothers — Josh, Rocky and Shaun — travel the … more
Purdue University has launched a statewide Purdue Broadband Team. The team needs your participation across the state to create, and validate data so that funding can be procured to provide statewide … more
First Quarter Distinguished Grade 6 — Riley Beck, Rhiannon Bishop, Bryanna Blankenship, Adley Cadman, Olivia Cockrell, Wyatt Coffing,Theodore Feldhake, Sebastion Gerling, Ava Graham, … more
Term 1 Grading Period All A Grade 9 — Aubrey Ashwill, Bella Bacon, Ayden Batchelor, Asher Davis, Ruby Deel, Trinity Delair, Eli Foxworthy, Henley Good, Jolee Snelling, Eli Sowder, … more

D-Patrick Crawfordsville presented a donation check for $500 to the Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau on Thursday at the dealership, 1401 Darlingotn Ave. The donation goes to support programs … more
The 100th Indiana Moose Association Convention recently concluded at the Wyndham West Hotel in Indianapolis. Thirteen members of Crawfordsville Moose Lodge 6 attended, including Henry Carrell, … more
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Fair unveiled a preview for the 167th edition of the favorite summertime tradition by dedicating the theme to “The Art & Nature Of Fun, presented by … more
Motorists along a portion of County Road 400N from County Road 400W to U.S. 231 need to pay attention to new speed and weight limits coming soon. On Monday, Montgomery County Commissioners … more
I love Sundays; they bring their own sense of relaxation. Sundays at our house are set aside for more time with God and each other as a family. In a sense it’s much like a mini vacation; it … more

Colons are one of the most misunderstood punctuation marks. Many people think they are only used to introduce lists, but they can be used for much more. For example, colons can introduce quotations, … more
The Crawfordsville community is invited to a silent vigil for peace from 5-6 p.m. Tuesday at the Peace Pole at Pike Place (corner of Pike and Washington Streets). There will be no program. We … more
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” according to Shakespeare. But is it really true that names are unimportant? God is in the … more
The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum is proud to present a special showing of the 1918 silent film adaptation of James Whitcomb Riley’s Little Orphant Annie. This classic movie will be … more
Today’s column was written to help families who have a son or daughter who is struggling in school. I’ve decided to use my own “school struggles,” so that I can make this … more

My name is Father Michael Bower and I am the pastor of Saint Bernard Catholic Church here in Crawfordsville. I am writing a series of articles in the newspaper about Catholicism, because Saint … more
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