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Developers of the proposed Cold Spring Solar Project in a portion of southern Montgomery County remain optimistic about the project’s future despite failing to get a local tax break. Jarrod … more
Invasive species are organisms that move into a habitat that is not naturally where they occur. Invasive species can be both plants and animals. Some invasive species you may have heard of are garlic … more
Here the birds are singing. I wonder if they too are glad for a break from the muggy hot climate on this early morning? I know I am. Without the heat, though, there would not be those bumper crops … more
Plump sweet berries and red juice running down little chins mark a sure sign of summer around the bend. Ever since I was a little girl strawberries ranked at the top of the list for all of us. … more

Trimester 3 High Honor Roll Grade 12 — Ashlynn Anderson, Claire Bonwell, Kylie Bradford, Hadley Broadwater, Caitlin Burns, Cailin Campbell, Catharine Campbell, Benjamin Cody, Breanna … more
The Parke Heritage Early College located at Parke Heritage High School provides students the option of enrolling in a post-secondary education with college credits. Students enrolling in this program … more
The Crawfordsville Regional Airport is building momentum on its successful 2021 year. The airport here is a local gem for cross-country commuters and local aviation enthusiasts alike that sets … more
Crawfordsville Police Department Monday • Harassment in the 300 block of Meadow Avenue — 7:40 a.m. • Animal bite at N. Pleasant Run and E. Placid Pl. — 8:38 … more
Avoid the area of Nucor Road and County Road 300 South.  There is a train, car, semi crash that will have the road closed for an extended time. more

Crawfordsville Police Department Sunday • Troy Chezem, 51, Crawfordsville, was arrested on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and operating a vehicle while intoxicated - … more
In an effort to make roadways safer, local police officers have increased traffic stops as well as enforcement of Indiana’s window tint and hands-free laws. Crawfordsville Police have … more
Summer is all about grilling, which means everyone should have a go-to marinade up their sleeve for soaking and basting their favorite grillables. This no-fail marinade is tangy and sweet, with a … more
Otto Wyatt Kottkamp, a son, born June 17 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Justin and Stefanie (Morgan) Kottkamp, Crawfordsville. At birth, he weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces. He was welcomed home by … more
Oliver James Abramczyk, a son, born June 12 at Witham Health Services, Lebanon, to Brett and Micah Jo (Lisby) Abramczyk, Crawfordsville. At birth, he weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces. He was welcomed home … more

Teachers Credit Union is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Brittany Carr to manager of TCU’s Crawfordsville branch. Carr started with Teachers Credit Union in 2015 and during her … more
Jane Simmons will retire from Lakeside Book Company after 34 years of service and Caren Branson will retire with 41 years of service to the compnay. Lakeside Book Company would thanks them both. more
Crawfordsville Police Department Friday • Theft in the 300 block of West Market Street — 10:45 a.m. • Property damage crash at 1835 S. U.S. 231 — 11:54 a.m. • … more
The Mary Bishop Memorial Gallery at the Crawfordsville District Public Library invites the community to view paintings and other media by international artist Moumita Mukherjee. Her work is on … more
Dear Doctors: As I move into my 80s, I often pass gas in public. It happens unexpectedly, and it’s something I cannot control. I know about gas-causing foods, but this seems different. I do eat … more

The Crawfordsville Fire Department’s Mobile Integrated Health team and Mayor Todd Barton presented at the 24th Rural Health Conference and Annual Membership Meeting on Tuesday at French … more
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