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The weather has been nice for this time of year. We have been busy with 71 phone calls and 10 people visiting my office to do claims. We also had 12 people travel to the VA hospital or … more
The Montgomery County Bicentennial Committee has been busy commemorating the county’s 200th birthday in a variety of ways this year. They are continuing to celebrate this milestone by asking … more
The Mary Bishop Memorial Gallery at the Crawfordsville District Public Library would like to invite the public to view a new exhibit by the nationally recognized artist, Natasha Vidger. Her work … more
MONTGOMERY COUNTY — The Indiana Department of Transportation announces State Road 234 is closing on or after Sept. 15 between C.R. Road 875W and C.R. 1000W for culvert work. It’s expected … more

Hello, dear readers, and welcome to our monthly letters column. We have a lot to talk about, so we’ll dive right in.  •  In a column about coffee, we discussed research that … more
When Bryan Shaw graduated from Western Boone High School, he went directly into public service. “This field has provided me with so much, including a secondary education,” said the … more
Psychiatric illness is caused by the interaction of three factors: 1. Genetic vulnerabilities handed down in families for disorders such as depression. 2. Environmental stressors such as … more
Have you heard of the spotted lantern fly? It is an invasive planthopper that is being federally tracked in the US. The instars have little polk-a-dots and the adults have spotted brow upper wings … more
Plans to construct a new administration center for Crawfordsville Community Schools is receiving some push back. Kylie McFarland said she was speaking for herself and others when she addressed the … more

County Road 200S officially was renamed Comfort Drive on Thursday by Montgomery County officials, reflecting the significance and welcoming new manufacturer Tempur Sealy to the … more
Earlier this month, I wrote an article about classes at Saint Bernard for people interested in becoming Catholic. As a follow up, I would like to write a series of articles on common questions people … more
Researchers at Purdue University say they may have a way to allow the Indiana Department of Transportation to know exactly how much salt it has in warehouses across the state. INDOT, like many … more
A new DC Fast electric vehicle charging station is in the works for Crawfordsville, and a proposed ordinance headed for the full Crawfordsville Common Council on Monday will help set user rates for … more
The Athens Arts'  Art Quest scheduled for Saturday has been postponed until the spring of 2023. Organizers announced the cancellation Thursday evening. more

During the month of September, we’re celebrating National Library Card Sign-Up Month at the Crawfordsville District Public Library. We encourage all of our Union township readers to … more
The honors continue to roll in for Adam Berg ’22 as he was named winner of the Wilkinson Award for the calendar year 2021 from the national office of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. The … more
Isn’t grief like a thunderstorm? There are those times the thunder rumbles til you stop your ears, and you are sure it’ll send everything else crashing in a split second. You have no … more
Dear Dave, My husband and I have always gotten by. We both make about $40,000 a year, we each turned 50 last month, and we only have a little bit of debt. Recently, my mother-in-law moved in with … more
F.C. Tucker West Central is pleased to announce their July listing and sales leaders. Agent John Downey was the July listing leader for F.C. Tucker West Central. He led the way with $423,900 in … more

Dennis “Tree” Forrest celebrated 30 years of service with Crawford Industries on Aug. 17. He started out in 1992 working as a heat sealing operator. In 1994, he moved to cutter … more
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