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President Karen Cook called the meeting to order in the social hall of St. John’s Church. Karen thanked the hostesses Donna Walton, Marty Heinold, Linda Crispin, Deb Barowsky and Janet Linton. … more
A study by Better Business Bureau finds that while people in North America struggle to pay trillions of dollars in debt, some look for help from companies promising to help reduce or eliminate their … more
Franciscan Health is offering patients with prediabetes the opportunity to help prevent or delay type 2 diabetes with its year-long Diabetes Prevention Program, which begins Sept. 13 at the … more
LINDEN — School is off to a good start at all five of North Montgomery School Corporation buildings. Administrators reported the good news at Monday’s school board meeting. “We … more

Calling all golfers! United Way in Montgomery County is holding its annual Golf Scramble on Sept. 8 at Rocky Ridge Golf Club. Registration and continental breakfast begin at 8 a.m. with shotgun start … more
The Crawfordsville/Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a City/County Legislative Lunch at 11:30 a.m. Sept.22 on the third floor of Fusion 54, 101 W. Main St. The panel will consist … more
The Indiana State Police Putnamville Post has received several concerns from citizens reporting an apparent phone scam. The Putnamville Post receives numerous reports of phone scams each year, but … more
The addition of a new electric bus to the North Central Parke Schools’ fleet of buses is an exciting development. The school district is one of only six in the state to receive an electric bus, … more
Parke Heritage Middle School students will be participating in school engagement hours during the 2023-24 school years. These activities will correspond with the authentic engagement theme that the … more

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is now accepting applications for the Historic Preservation Fund grant, which provides funding to support rehabilitation of sites listed on the National … more
Gov. Eric Holcomb on Friday announced the first phase of a large-scale plan to expand physical firefighting training for Hoosiers. “Indiana will always support its public safety personnel, … more
The Southmont Schools Board of Trustees met in August to discuss a full agenda. A representative from Ice Miller was on hand to answer questions regarding the application and status of the general … more
The Montgomery County Free Clinic biggest fundraiser on Aug. 12 was an enormous success. “We are ecstatic to share that Dining with the Chefs raised over $61,000,” said executive director … more
Montgomery County Health Department employees will soon have a new vehicle after county commissioners approved a request Monday to purchase a Jeep Compass form York Automotive. The MCHD had … more

Wingate recently conducted a town convention to elect town council members. Per state election law, when candidates from one party outnumber the available open seats, a convention is to be held. … more
Let’s talk rivalries. Everyone has an opinion on Coke versus Pepsi. How about werewolves against vampires? Do bears beat Battlestar Galactica? Hufflepuff or Gryffindor? DC versus Marvel? There … more
The Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation District is celebrating 25 years of 4th Grade Field Days. Field Days are held in Darlington each August and every fourth grader in the county is … more
In past columns I have tried to focus the support of individuals and churches on the work that we do to help the poor in our county. We need that continued support and are most grateful for the help … more

The Forty and Eight, a military fraternal order that meets in the American Legion, has announced that several $1,000 scholarships are available for nursing students this fall. The scholarships are … more
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