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CCCSC considering $4.5M renovation

Project would alleviate middle school crowding by bringing it to current high school facility

The Crawford County Community School Corp. is considering a $4.5 million renovation project that would bring the high school and middle school under the same roof, as well as the construction of a safe room/auxiliary gymnasium. With existing debt about to be retired, officials say the impact on taxpayers likely would be less than it is now....more >>

Looks like '20 for new Bridge 43

The Crawford County Bridge No. 43 project north of Alton is inching closer to a bid letting date....more >>

English Reunion opens tonight

Festival continues through Saturday

The annual English Reunion Festival will return starting today (Wednesday). Featuring entertainment, rides and more, it will continue through Saturday....more >>

CCHS second in state Academic Bowl; CCMS teams in top 10

The Crawford County Community School Corp. demonstrated its brain power with a trio of top-10 placements in the Indiana Academic Super Bowl this spring, including a tie for second place in social studies at the high school level....more >>

Enjoy Christmas in June at Relay

For an evening of fun with a holiday atmosphere inside in the cool, bring the family and enjoy a Christmas in June event to honor and remember those who have been touched by cancer at the Crawford County Relay For Life on Friday....more >>

All-PLAC baseball, golf, softball released

The Patoka Lake Athletic Conference recently released the names of All-PLAC selections in baseball, golf and softball from the spring season....more >>

Cemetery or graveyard?

A while back I was listening to our local radio station and the DJ asked a question to which he wanted someone to call with the answer. I felt I knew what the answer would be, and, sure enough, the answer given was what I thought they would say. The question was, what is the difference between a cemetery and a graveyard? The answer they gave was that a graveyard is often beside a church, while a cemetery is usually on its own....more >>
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