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Tuesday, May 03, 2016

  • Four vehicles damaged, no one injured
    This car hauler ran off the road about two miles east of Smartsburg on S.R. 32 at 4:46 p.m., Tuesday, said an emergency dispatcher.
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  • Several movers and shakers of Montgomery County have worked hard the past several months preparing to wow the community with their dance moves.
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  • With a vision to be a proactive leader facilitating strategic philanthropy and inspiring creative collaboration in the community, Montgomery County Community Foundation is taking a slightly different approach to granting in 2012. To encourage more complete board and staff involvement in the granting process, $27,000 has been earmarked for Community Engagement Grants.
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  • The history of agriculture in Montgomery County and the state of agriculture today will be the focus of an exhibit opening March 1 at the Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County.
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  • Studies show that one in eight Americans is affected by premature birth. In an effort to raise funds and awareness for the March of Dimes a family-fun swimming event, Splash for Babies, is scheduled for March 17 from 2-5 p.m. at the Crawfordsville Aquatic Center.
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  • What was the most important piece of legislation that will affect Montgomery County and you? How did your representatives vote on tax issues, local government reform, ethics reform and funding for schools? If you're a business owner, will your taxes go up and can you look forward to any new regulations? Will you have to worry about how you sing the National Anthem? If you want to know the answers to these questions and others, you need to attend the third in this year's series of Legislative Breakfasts this coming Saturday.
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  • LINDEN - Tipmont REMC's EnviroWatts program recently allocated $20,990 in grants, giving $10,000 to the Boiler Green Initiative at Purdue University, $5,990 to Crawfordsville High School and $5,000 to NICHES Land Trust Inc.
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  • U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar (R-Indiana) made a campaign stop in Crawfordsville Wednesday afternoon.

    The Right Track banquet hall, located in the remodeled train station on North Green street, was filled nearly to capacity with people who wanted to see their senator and listen to what he had to say.
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  • Someone or something's gotta give
    If the Grinch stole Christmas in Dr. Seuss's famous children's book, it looks like he is coming back for a second helping in 2012.
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  • Mary Lagunes is responsible for all billing for The Weekly and putting together the classified pages for The Weekly. She also helps with other bookkeeping duties and helps cover the front desk.
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  • Melody Peacock is a lifelong Montgomery County resident. She is the daughter of Larry and Starlet Powers and granddaughter of LaVerne Poynter, Bernice Powers, and the late Gerald "Shorty" Poynter and Lloyd Powers.
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