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The Indiana Fire Chiefs Association honored Firefighter and Paramedic Dayna Leonard, Firefighter and Paramedic Joe Crane, Early Intervention Specialist Rachel Kenner and Dr. Scott Douglas at its … more
The Montgomery County Health Department is gearing up to deliver booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as the green light comes from federal health regulators. The U.S. Food and Drug … more
  Nick Hedrick nhedrick@jrpress.com Hubert Danzebrink, a watchmaker who painstakingly rebuilt the original Montgomery County Courthouse clock and returned the beloved landmark to a … more
The Salvation Army is looking for dedicated volunteers to form an advisory council in Montgomery County. Due to several retirements, there is currently no council, and one is needed in order to … more

Dakota Carlton and Judson Grubbs, both officers with the Crawfordsville Police Department, graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Basic Class 224 on Monday at Mooresville High School. … more
Wabash College provides four language courses — Chinese, French, German and Spanish. This year the college has welcomed four Foreign Language Teaching Assistants from Argentina, France, Spain … more
ST. LOUIS — Spartech, a leading manufacturer of engineered thermoplastics and custom packaging solutions, has announced the acquisition of Crawford Industries, L.L.C. The partnership will … more
Exactly a year after Travis Lawrence died from a fentanyl overdose in May 2020, his loved ones came to the cemetery to celebrate his life. As the sun went down they told stories about the … more

If you have a gardening problem, ask the Montgomery County Master Gardeners for help. The expert green thumbs will answer questions about gardens and help identify mystery plants or pests during … more
VEEDERSBURG — “Cranberry Blast” is the theme for the 41st Annual Fountain County “Bake-A-Rama” baking contest, which will be held Oct. 5 at the Fountain County 4-H … more
Friends of Sugar Creek plans to grow the Adopt a Storm Drain program through funding from Tipmont REMC’s EnviroWatts initiative. Tipmont awarded the nonprofit a $3,650 grant to cover … more
WAVELAND — Head over to Waveland from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday for the 2nd annual Waveland Strong Family Fest. Organizers say the fall weather may not quite have reached us to ensure that … more
Mayor Todd Barton announced the addition of Abigail Campbell as the city’s new communications director. Campbell started the new role earlier this week. “This is a new position that we … more

Harvest season is here and for some that means visiting pumpkin patches and apple orchards, but we want to remind motorists that harvest season also means farmers will begin harvesting this … more
A local church’s “We Love C’ville Day” event is returning for a third year to provide families with groceries and a chance to win giveaways. The free community event, which … more
The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum will open its doors free of charge to all Museum Day ticketholders on Saturday as part of Smithsonian magazine’s 17th annual Museum Day, a national … more
Wabash College President Scott Feller has announced that an extraordinary $10 million gift from Kevin G. Clifford ’77 and his family made it possible for the College to build the stunning new … more
Montgomery County can begin spending part of its share of federal coronavirus relief money after the County Council on Tuesday approved an additional appropriation for the funding. The county … more

HILLSBORO — Up next in Myers Dinner Theatre’s 25th anniversary season will be Dan Goggin’s zany hilarious musical revue, Nunsense, opening at 6:30 p.m. Friday, and running through 5 … more
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