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Dear Dave, My wife and I are in our late twenties, and we have two kids. Our combined income is about $110,000 a year, but we have $70,000 in loans on two cars, plus about $15,000 in credit card … more
F.C. Tucker West Central announced its April listing and sales leaders. Agent Steve Collisi was the April listing leader for F.C. Tucker West Central. He led the way with $449,900 in listing … more
Justin Lowe was announced the sales leader for April at Carpenter Realtors. Lowe is an active member of the Metropolitan Board of Realtors and has held his Real Estate license since 2019. He … more
When Crawfordsville Patrolman Luke McVay begins his shift, you can bet he’s done his research. Always learning, always serving — that’s the McVay way. Launching his career as … more

Hundreds of new homes, market-rate apartments and possibly a new park are in the works for the city’s south side, Mayor Todd Barton said Wednesday during his monthly public forum. Enhancing … more
A local child with autism will be able to better communicate with his family, friends and aides thanks to a fundraising effort initiated by Crawfordsville Kiwanis. Mitchell Shell, 6, is non-verbal … more
Living a long, healthy life means staying hungry. Maxine Booker, who turns 100 on Sunday, said staying hungry will not only help one avoid physical disparity, but will help one stay focused on … more
Crawfordsville Mayor Todd Barton regularly conducts a monthly public forum to meet with concerned citizens of the community to address and discuss their needs wherever possible. Perhaps no need is … more

The Governor’s Workforce Cabinet has awarded six high schools and career centers with an Education Readiness Grant, including the North Montgomery Community School Corporation. The new grant … more
Children do not choose their families, they are just born into them. The chance that a child will end up in a healthy family — kind, loving, stable — is the same as buying a lucky lotto … more
The sun is shining, kids are about to be out of school and it is time to gear up for fun in the summer sun. It is common for many adults to become less active as they age. But regular physical … more
The month of May shall forever be known as Memorial Poppy Awareness Month in Crawfordsville, Mayor Todd Barton officially declared Wednesday at City Hall. The poppy and its many benefits mirror … more
The Crawfordsville Police Department, along with other agencies across Indiana, will be increasing patrols as part of the national “Click It or Ticket” enforcement campaign ahead of … more

North Montgomery High School conducted its Senior Awards program on Wednesday. The following students were recognized or received scholarships: American Legion Byron Cox Post 72, Theodore Gronert … more
The Maple Grove Homemakers met at 1:30 p.m. May 20 at the Waynetown Baptist Church with eight members present. President Sandra Lightle led us in the Pledge to the American Flag, Christian Flag, … more
A beloved tradition which has captured the imaginations of many a canoeist will commence Saturday in its second outing since the COVID-19 pandemic first struck in March 2020. The Sugar Creek Canoe … more
A 2006 fire engine highly utilized by the Crawfordsville Fire Department is set for total overhaul. On Wednesday, the Crawfordsville Board of Public Works & Safety approved an agreement … more
The Crawfordsville Fire Department is two members stronger today. Swearing in the department’s newest members of its growing crew Wednesday at City Hall following a Board of Works & … more

A pregnant woman and a group of kayakers, which became separated and lost on Sugar Creek on Saturday, were rescued and given the “all clear” following calls for search and … more
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