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Though he may not be scheduling athletic events this year, Bruce Patton has found that his scheduling techniques have helped him in his new role as transportation director and dean of students. … more
Wabash College continues to be ranked in the Top Tier of National Liberal Arts Colleges according to U.S. News & World Report in its annual Best Colleges rankings, which were released Monday. … more

LINDEN — The North Montgomery Community School Corp. board voted unanimously in an emergency meeting on Friday to lower the threshold for requiring masks in the classroom, as local school … more
VEEDERSBURG — Southeast Fountain School Corp. will require masks when coronavirus infection rates hit a certain point, becoming the latest district to update its masking policy. The new … more
NORTH MANCHESTER — Anna Davis of Crawfordsville graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in early childhood and elementary education from Manchester University during the May 22 … more
Masks are now being required to be worn in all Crawfordsville school buildings in an effort to limit student quarantines. The policy was adopted by the school board Thursday in an emergency … more

The Princeton Review continues to rank Wabash College among the best institutions nationally for undergraduate education in its annual college guide. Inclusion in The Princeton Review’s Best … more
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Mental health advocates, prevention organizations, survivors, allies and community members will unite all month to promote suicide prevention … more
The Wabash College Chamber Orchestra will resume making music after one-year hiatus due to the pandemic. They will practice 4:15-5:15 p.m. every Monday in the Fine Arts Center in preparation for a … more
NEW MARKET — South Montgomery Community School Corp. has set the marker for requiring masks to limit the spread of COVID-19, though cases remain below levels where the policy would be … more
The Wabash College’s Community Friends Host Program will resume after a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Last year, there were almost no opportunities for international students to get … more

  LINDEN — North Montgomery High School will move to remote learning tomorrow through Sept. 3 due to a spike of COVID-19 cases in the building, the school district announced … more
Rising Wabash College sophomore and Journal Review intern Io Maeda interviewed Wabash College President Dr. Scott Feller for this Q&A feature.   Q. What is the current vaccination … more
Members of the Wabash College Class of 2025 spent Tuesday touring the city and performing community service at various nonprofit agencies, including the Boys & Girls Club of Montgomery County, … more
The 219 freshmen who participated in Wabash College’s annual Ringing In ceremony embark on the next four years of their lives with unique challenges behind them, but no shortage of … more
John Froedge coached Athenians baseball for nearly 40 seasons, and now the field where he groomed state champions will bear his name. The Crawfordsville Community School Corp. board voted … more

The Crawfordsville Community School Corp. board voted unanimously Thursday to change the district’s mask policy as a rising number of students test positive for COVID-19. Under the new … more
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