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Jake Oostman ’25 was recognized by the Independent Colleges of Indiana with a “Realizing the Dream” scholarship, one of 29 first-generation college students statewide to be … more
The Mary Bishop Memorial Gallery at the Crawfordsville District Public Library would like to welcome the public to view the Annual Exhibit of Sugar Creek Quilters’ Guild. Their impressive … more
The North Montgomery Middle School Bands are seeing gold.  Both bands, the beginning band and the concert band, received gold ratings at the annual Indiana State School Music Association … more
Brad Monts is president/CEO of Hoosier Heartland State Bank. When not working, he enjoys doing projects around the house, as well as boating, golfing and traveling. Monts has lived in Montgomery … more

The Crawfordsville/Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce will have a State Legislative Breakfast at 9 a.m. April 15 at the Hoosier Heartland State Bank Success Center, 1623 S. US 231, … more
“No kids.” “I’m never growing up.” “Life is expensive.” These are just a few of the many comments received from the eighth grade students who … more
Members of the Crawfordsville Board of Public Works & Safety opened bids Wednesday from three area companies vying for paving work in the city. Bids were received from DC Construction Services … more
Beginning next week, the Journal Review will change its publication cycle from six days a week to five days a week, publishing daily Tuesday through Saturday. This change comes because of a change … more

MARSHALL — Turkey Run State Park’s Trail 3 was recently named the Midwest’s Best Hike in Midwest Living’s annual Best of the Midwest list. The magazine tabbed Trail 3 from … more
A report released recently by the statewide membership organization Prosperity Indiana and the National Low Income Housing Coalition says the state’s affordable housing shortage and … more
LINDEN — North Montgomery athletes will have a new certified athletic training service provider beginning April 10. Franciscan Health Sports Medicine lost the bidding to Hendricks Regional … more
Jacob Moore is deputy prosecutor at the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office. When he is not working, Moore likes to spend time with his family on the family farm, reading, playing with his … more
Starting this week, the Crawfordsville Police Department will be stepping up patrols to help curb dangerous and aggressive driving. The enforcement campaign will run through April 4. The safety … more

National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution’s mission is to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism. These ideals were in evidence Saturday as Dorothy Q Chapter … more
Basketball is never too far from the minds of Indiana residents. But when the calendar turns to March, that roundball obsession ratchets up a notch. The games, players and rivalries defining … more
In the early summer of 2022, the Supreme Court of the United Sates in the Dobbs v. Jackson decision overturned the 1972 Roe v. Wade decision. This ruling brings major changes to Indiana’s … more
The President’s Distinguished Speaker Series at Wabash College is pleased to present Dr. Jean Twenge, a professor of psychology at San Diego State University, whose research focuses on … more
HILLSBORO — Myers Dinner Theatre is excited to continue their 2023 Main Stage season with one of the last musicals written by Richard Rogers, Two by Two.  This raucous and challenging … more

Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs announced the town of Hillsboro will receive $20,000 in federal grant funding. The grant will be used to support the town … more
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