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As the use of drones and unmanned aircraft systems are gaining in popularity, the city of Crawfordsville is taking steps to regulate their use. On Monday, city council members approved the first … more
I like to think of myself as a logical person, but as I dig into the English language, I find that much of our language is nonsense. English is a mutt of a language that breaks more rules than it … more
Dear Dave, My father-in-law passed away earlier this year. Since then, my wife and I have faced a dilemma because of the inheritance. Her dad had several life insurance policies, and he left one … more
Dear Doctors: Is it true that a new study figured out what causes SIDS? My sister lost her baby daughter that way, and even though it was almost eight years ago, our family is still struggling. It … more

For young children, a long-awaited event “never comes.” But it did, and it happened. Our two trips were stacked back to back. My Dad’s family planned to be gathered for a Raber … more
Crawfordsville Electric Light & Power wants you to think safety when using power tools. Whether you are a professional contractor, career construction worker, or DIYer working on a home … more
The JUMP program continues to offer monthly group activities for the mentors and mentees in the program. Although the adults and youth in this program meet regularly one on one, they may also … more
Local students are getting a free education in how to manage their money. Hoosier Heartland State Bank is working with Banzai, a national award-winning financial literacy program, to make online, … more
The Crawfordsville fire department will be receiving a   new ambulance to further help serve the community after the request was approved during Wednesday’s Board of Public Works and … more

Emaree Wilcox is kicking cancer to the curb, but the recently turned four-year-old isn’t doing it alone. She has a community behind her. Her biggest supporters — family and friends … more
Alison Brown, daughter of Neil and LeAnne Brown, Crawfordsville, was chosen by the Crawfordsville American Legion Auxiliary Unit 72 to attend the 80th annual session of the American Legion Auxiliary, … more
The Montgomery County Historical Society just completed a trip to New York City. While there they visited Times Square, Fifth Avenue, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Empire State Building, Intrepid Air … more
Have you ever met a married couple who start to resemble each other over a period of time? Or how about someone who looks like their pet? The scene in the animated “101 Dalmatians” movie … more

The Dorothy Q Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution has a long history of honoring those who serve in the military. They are now offering Montgomery County residents an … more
Dear Dave, We have a 2008 Honda Accord that needs a new timing chain. Our mechanic says the repair will cost about $2,200. The car is worth about $4,500. Is it time to get another car, or should … more
Agent John Downey was the May listing and sales leader for F.C. Tucker West Central. He led the way with four listings for $978,900 in listing volume and John helped five buyers find their dream home … more
Dear Doctors: Is it just me, or does it seem like a lot more people are getting diseases from ticks? We just heard about a lady who lives not too far from here who died from a tick bite. It gave her … more
It’s that time of year again ... fair season! Montgomery County Homemakers are hosting open class. Don’t know what the open class is? Well, the open class is an opportunity during the … more

The Montgomery County Civic Band will perform its patriotic playlist at 3 p.m. Sunday in the gazebo at Lane Place. “This concert is mine and the band’s favorite concert of the … more
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