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The family of Gary Lee Bullock would like to thank all who showed such kindness; whether you were at the visitation, sent food, flowers or a gift, gave a hug and said a kind word, or simply stopped … more
Almost 200 alumni and friends attended the recent 2022 Bainbridge High School Alumni Association’s 107th annual banquet at the Bainbridge Community Building. The evening was highlighted by the … more
The Dorothy Q Chapter, National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, met at 2 p.m. June 18 in the Elston Memorial House, with Regent Rita Kirkpatrick presiding, as she welcomed 14 … more
In July around the world, communities observe Bereaved Parents Awareness Month. This observance arose from a need to support parents suffering the death of a child while also raising awareness about … more

The Southmont Schools Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Ashley Hammond as Southmont High School principal on Monday. Hammond comes to Southmont with a wealth of experience, most recently … more
Crawfordsville Police Department Monday • Trespassing at Cloverdale and Leaf drives — 12:44 a.m. • Property damage at 605 Illinois St. — 9:21 a.m. • … more
The 2021-22 Dance by Deborah Troupe traveled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the Groove National Finals July 5-9. Thirty-five dancers competed in multiple dances including solos, duo/trios, small groups, … more
WAVELAND — Celebrate Shades State Park’s 75th anniversary with a day of events commemorating its history and unique features. Saturday’s activities include a Race the Ranger fun … more
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
Summer heat calls for little exertion. It invites lazy days lounging under a canopy of shade with icy drinks clinking in perspiring glasses. Simple food, fresh and easy, requiring little preparation, … 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
Crawfordsville Police Department Sunday • Operating a vehicle while intoxicated at S. St. Rd. 47 & S. 600 W., Waveland — 12:22 a.m. • Property damage at Whitlock … more
As the town of New Market prepares to celebrate its sesquicentennial later this month, one of its churches is also celebrating 150 years of worship and service. The congregation of the New Market … more

After deliberating for two weeks, the Montgomery County commissioners made a change to the proposed solar farm amendment to the county zoning ordinance at Monday’s meeting. The amendment was … 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
LINDEN — Hundreds of Montgomery County residents took advantage of the annual Montgomery County Solid Waste Management Tox-a-Way Day on Saturday. Approximately 300 vehicles were unloaded of … more
Maggie Michael can now add Miss Montgomery County to her resume as she was announced as the 2022 Montgomery County 4-H Saturday evening at the 4-H Fairgrounds at the 64th annual Queen Contest. … more

Crawfordsville Police Department Friday • Animal complaint at S. Washington St. & E. College St. —12:23 p.m. • Property damage in the 1400 block of Darlington … more
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