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A five-acre parcel of land on the city’s south side is a step closer to being annexed into the city. On Monday, members of the Crawfordsville City Council voted 6-0 to bring the 5.18 acres … more
The Wabash College fall semester begins Aug. 24 and close to 25 international students will begin their freshman year along with the rest of the Class of 2026. It is a banner year for international … more
Well-known beekeeper Krispn Given from Purdue University is the guest speaker today at the monthly meeting of the Beekeepers of Montgomery County. The meeting will take place at Davidson Greenhouse, … more
CRAWFORDSVILLE — The Indiana Department of Transportation announces restrictions on U.S. 231 starting on or after Aug. 15 for the inspection and repair of an underground gas pipeline near … more

MONTGOMERY COUNTY —  The Indiana Department of Transportation announces U.S. 136 will close on or after Aug. 15 for a small structure replacement project near Mace. U.S. 136 will be closed … more
The Women’s Legacy Fund of Montgomery County will have its annual educational meeting at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 29 in meeting rooms A & B of the Crawfordsville District Public Library. This meeting … more
Montgomery County Commissioners opened two bids Monday for emergency medical services. The City of Crawfordsville and Heartland Ambulance Service of Muncie were the only bidders. Details were not … more
Local leaders and Amtrak officials gathered Monday to mark the completion of a $2.6 million improvement project at the local train station. The event included short remarks from Amtrak officials … more
We all know examples of palindromes: taco cat, racecar, kayak, Hannah. A palindrome is a word that, when spelled backward, is the same word. Today, however, I want to delve into the bizarro world of … more

The New Market Sesquicentennial Committee would like to thank everyone who participated in the festivities to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of New Market. We wish to extend a … more
Eddie and Janis Bayless of Crawfordsville will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on Aug. 18. They were married Aug. 18, 1957, at the First United Methodist Church in Crawfordsville by the Rev. … more
Everleigh Ray-Lynn Bussell, a daughter, born Aug. 1 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Keith Bussell and Victoria Aldridge, Veedersburg. At birth, she weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. She is the … more
Do you farm or own ground in the Upper Sugar Creek Drainage? A new project focused on assessing, protecting and improving water quality; engaging individuals interested in the Upper Sugar Creek … more
It’s that time of year again when parents get excited and students are looking forward to going back to school, and the Indiana State Police Post is passing along some safety tips to help make … more

Today’s column is about educational reform. It begins with a quote by former President Bush (the first), when he accepted his party’s nomination, in August of 1988. “Learning is … more
JUMP had its annual Family Fun Day last weekend at Milligan Park Pool. The JUMP program, which is a mentoring program for children, has an annual event that includes the mentors, their mentees and … more
The Indiana Department of Transportation wants Hoosiers to weigh in on the state’s proposed electric vehicle charging network. The state is investing more than $100 million in the new, … more
If everyone kept their word, attorneys might go out of business. A lawyer once told a client: “Let me give you my honest opinion.” The client responded, “No, no. I’m paying … more

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Library will present “The Mystery of the Darlington Bible,” from 1-3 p.m. Aug. 13. This is a free program that will focus on a 14th century medieval … more
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