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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 8:59 PM
    7th Grade High Honor Roll-Justin Bachmann, Bailey Barker, Tiffany Dittmer, Brooke Ellenberger, Alexandria Hieston, Gerald Hutson, Brady Largent, Chase Rood.
    8th Grade High Honor Roll-Robert Matthew Bliss, Cassidy Bowlin, Austin Bowman, Noah Byler, Alexis Chadwick, Alexander Doyle, Cameron King, Dillan Lauy, Madison Livesay, Alexis Murphy, Madison Murphy, Mallory Murphy, Oliver Noel, Rosalinda Perez, Kaley Remley, Megan Scheidler, Brody Seaman, Krista Sixberry, Andrew Taylor, Lauren Tricker, Riley Woodall.
    7th Grade Regular Honor Roll-Karter Blankenship, Roger Boller, Mason Braziel, Levi Brush, Kaitlyn Burkholder, Jalyn Caldwell, Madison Chadwick, Lynnelle Cox, Xavier Essex, Dori Frederick, Taishi Greiner, Taylor Grino, Carlos Hernandez, Trent Jones, Julius Lillard, Collin Martin, Isabelle Miller, Raevan Million, Hanna Nichols, Logan Oppy, Logan Phillips, Van Powers, Ryan Reimondo, Jayden Rivers, Megan Schwartz, Chaney Scott, Macie Shirk, Halee Smith, Jordan Stanley, Trevor Surface, Grace Tolsen, Kari Ann VanCleave, Jacklyn Vaught, Luke Watson.
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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 8:57 PM
    Perfect Attendance – 6th grade – Joseph Howe, Chloe Lynn, Jarrod Rector, Jordan Rector, Trevor Ward, Skyler Wood, 5th grade – Oliver Bradley, Ella Brewer, Haley Burton, Brett Keller, Hanna Long, Adelaide Wachtstetter, Bryleigh Warren, 4th grade – Hunter Crosby, Jayden Dagley, Paul Hazlett, Micah Kiger, Anna McVay, Emma Myers, Hannah Phelps, Kylee Reeves, Haley Scott, Jayden Thompson,
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  • Community comes together for Sam Jackman
    Friday, February 24, 2017 8:56 PM
    People from all over the community came together Thursday night at North Montgomery for a benefit concert in support of North Montgomery student Sam Jackman. The event came from the minds and hearts of students Andrew Samuelsen and Ollie Valle. Valle, pictured on the right, dedicated the song “Stand By Me” to Jackman. Pictured left, Southmont student Kasey Burton lent her musical talents for the #SamStrong benefit. Pictured center, North Montgomery English teacher Lee Douma and his son Ben entertained the crowed with a rendition of “Wake My Soul.”
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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 8:55 PM
    7th Grade High Honor Roll – Justin Bachmann, Tiffany Dittmer, Brooke Ellenberger, Dori Frederick, Taishi Greiner, Alexandria Hieston, Gerald Hutson, Collin Martin, Ryan Reimondo, Chase Rood, Jacklyn Vaught.
    8th Grade High Honor Roll- Steele Baumgardner, Robert Matthew Bliss, Olivia Bobenmoyer, Cassidy Bowlin, Austin Bowman, Noah Byler, Alexis Chadwick, Marissa Craig, Alexander Doyle, Cameron King, Dillan Lauy, Madison Livesay, Natalie Manion, Madison Murphy, Mallory Murphy, Oliver Noel, Rosalinda Perez, Kaley Remley, Megan Scheidler, Krista Sixberry, Lauren Tricker, Riley Woodall.
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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 8:51 PM
    Want to get involved? The Montgomery County Civitan Club is meeting on Tuesday at the Creekside Lodge in Crawfordsville and is welcoming new members. Folks from the community are invited to attend the meeting to learn about the local club and Civitan International as well as upcoming service projects. Civitan is an international organization of volunteer service clubs around the world. Members are dedicated to helping people wherever the need arises. 
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  • CHALLENGE BLOG 2: John Roche
    Friday, February 24, 2017 4:23 PM
    The following is another blog from one of The Challenge '17 participants, John Roche. As participants write their thoughts about this tough process, we'll share them here on our web site.
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  • CHALLENGE BLOG 2: Lee Ann Hutson
    Friday, February 24, 2017 12:39 PM
    The following is another blog from one of The Challenge '17 participants, Lee Ann Hutson. As participants write their thoughts about this tough process, we'll share them here on our web site.
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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 4:00 AM
    Thursday-Saturday Feb. 23 to 25 “The Furies” @ Experimental Theater, Fine Arts Center, Wabash College 8 p.m. Free and Open To The Public. Call for ticket reservations 765-361-6411 or visit http://www.wabash.edu/boxoffice.
    Thursday & Friday Feb. 23 & 24 “Still The One” @ Myers Dinner Theatre, Hillsboro www.myersdt.com 108 Water Street 765-798-4902 ext.2 Wednesday & Saturday matinee, Friday & Saturday evening Adults: $38. Youth (4-18): $27. Under 4: free Matinee: doors 11 a.m., meal noon, show 1:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday evening: doors 5:30 p.m., meal 6:30 p.m., show 8 p.m. Show only, $25.
    Every Thursday Full Band Open Stage @ The Swizzle Stick, Greencastle 8:45-10:45 p.m. 17 W. Franklin St. 765-653-5788 with host Steve St. Pierre. www.almosthomerestaurant.com/swizzle-stick-bar.
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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 4:00 AM
    High Honor Roll– 6th grade – EJ Brewer, Lopati McQueen, 5th grade – Nolan Boyer, Jessica Bradley, Ella Brewer, Haydan Gabbard, Carter Hubble, Hanna Long, 4th grade – Gabe Brenda, Zoey Griffin, Micah Kiger, Mallory Mason, Emma Myers, Kylee Reeves, Emma Scobee, Jayden Thompson, 3rd grade – Jaysa Crull, Carson Powell, Luc Rabeyrin, Griffin Troy, 2nd grade – Savannah Bradley, Keanu McQueen, Trent Reeves, Tyler Thompson, 1st grade – Layla Bauman, Andrei Cozaciuc, Lucian Cozaciuc, Ben Gleason, Quentin Hartman, Bryor Johnson, Claire McCutchan, Kynzi Powell, Astrid Rabeyrin, Piper Scobee, Hunter Thompson, Allison Turner, Haylyn Wallace
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  • Helping a friend
    Friday, February 24, 2017 4:00 AM
    Hose Elementary School is having a change ware between kindergarten and first grade students to raise money for Jekory Howard and his family. Howard is a kindergarten student at Hose who was in an accident last week when he was hit by a car in Crawfordsville. Pictured, Gavin Greene donated all of his change from his ninja turtle piggy bank and Essence Steen (left) and Livija Silins (rear) helped the cause as well. The students are in Mrs. Timmons’ class. 
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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 4:00 AM
    A crowd of about a hundred people were on hand to hear Crawfordsville Mayor Todd Barton and Montgomery County Commissioner Phil Bane give the State of the City and State of the County addresses Thursday. 
    At the event, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Montgomery County, Barton provided updates on several elements of the Stellar program improvements. 
    “We’re well on the way to turning our winning plan into a reality,” Barton said. 
    The mayor told those on hand that Planning Director Brandy Allen is working to update the city’s comprehensive plan, which hasn’t been updated in more than a decade. 
    At the forefront of the discussion about the Stellar improvements was the recently-announced decision to move Fusion 54 to a downtown location and use the location at Franklin and Washington Street for a trailhead park. 
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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 4:00 AM
    The warm weather has golfers raring to go. So the Crawfordsville and Montgomery County Chamber's March Breakfast Before Business couldn't come at a better time -- or location! The next BBB is scheduled for Wednesday at the Municipal Golf Course. For those who aren't familiar, the course is located at the east end of South Boulevard -- just past the Crawfordsville Park & Recreation Department. Breakfast begins at 7 a.m. and this monthly Chamber event is always a great place to network -- not to mention get in a couple of quick swings this time! Please RSVP Chamber Deputy Director Anne Shaw if you plan on attending at anne.shaw@crawfordsvillechamber.com.
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  • Bob Powers – A Blessed Life
    Friday, February 24, 2017 4:00 AM
    Bob Powers has lived quite the adventure over the last 85 years, and will be the first to say, “I’ve been blessed in this life”. 
    Powers moved to Ladoga in 1947 from Ohio. He graduated from Ladoga High School. He started working at R. R. Donnelley in 1950, when he felt the draft “catching up” with him. So, he and his high school buddy, Dick Williamson, decided they’d join the Marine Corps and help in the war efforts. Powers spent 1951 to 1954, serving his country as a United States Marine. 
    “I’m extremely proud of being a Marine,” he said.
    After his time in the service, Powers caught up with an old friend from school, Joe Prosser. With no destination in mind, the pair decided to take a road trip. They built a camper on the back of a pick-up truck and set off on their 13,000 mile journey across the country. 
    “This was a high point in my life looking back,” he reflected. 
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  • Thursday, February 23, 2017 11:49 PM
    Chamber members have a new option for senior care thanks to a collaboration with Whitlock Place. Senior Care is on the rise. With the growing demographic in our county being elderly, chances are you or someone you know is currently or coming up on a time that you will be caring for an elderly loved one. The average caretaker will spend 20 hours per week caring for their aged family member. 
    Stress levels increase and the financial costs are staggering. When adult children quit their jobs, or cut back on hours, they not only give up immediate income, they also reduce the amount they will eventually receive in retirement benefits. When you tally lost wages, Social Security benefits and retirement benefits, the average adult child who is a caregiver loses $303,880 in lifetime wages and benefits.
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  • Thursday, February 23, 2017 11:49 PM
    Suicide is the second-leading cause of death for Hoosiers ages 15 to 24. Research compiled by Indiana Youth Institute (IYI) in its 2017 KIDS COUNT in Indiana Data Book found that one in five Indiana high school students have considered attempting suicide, and one in six have made a plan for attempting suicide and one in 10 have tried to take their own life.
    IYI and its community partners are holding a suicide prevention workshop to help youth workers, parents, coaches, teachers and others learn how to spot the warnings signs of suicide. The workshop is on Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Donnelley Room of the Crawfordsville District Public Library.
    Madeline Zielinski with Mental Health America of Indiana will teach attendees how to recognize the warnings signs of suicide ideation, how to ask someone directly about suicide and the resources available to help a person who may be thinking about taking their life.
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