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Hometown dinner for new lt. governor candidate Oxley

After a morning of church and visiting with the community, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jill Long Thompson and her newly appointed running mate, Dennie Oxley of English, settled down for an early dinner at the Crawford County 4-H Fairgrounds with a couple hundred friends and supporters. ...more >>

Crawford Schools receives tech grant

Grant will provide computers to CCHS English classrooms

Crawford County High School will receive a major technological upgrade beginning next year, thanks to an approximately $185,000 grant....more >>

G'town reconsiders town hall options

Georgetown officials have taken a step back and reappraised their approach to the problems the town has with the town hall building....more >>

Taswell man drowns in boating accident

A Taswell man drowned in the Ohio River Sunday afternoon when a thunderstorm caused the boat he was in to take on water....more >>

Petition filed to halt Morgan school project

A petition was filed earlier this month in hopes of stopping, or at least delaying, the renovation of Morgan Elementary School....more >>

Palmyra VFD hosts 68th annual fish fry

The 68th annual Palmyra Fish Fry will be Friday and Saturday. The festivities will include cash raffles, a bike raffle, arts and crafts booths, game booths, a flea market, food vendors, a climbing wall and inflatables for children. Saturday night also promises Pony Rides by Mary from 5 to 9....more >>

Zimmerman Art Glass blows away the summer blues

Gas prices got you down? Don't know of any way to beat the heat? Think affordable family fun is a thing of the past? ...more >>

English Reunion contest winners listed

The Little Miss and Mister Contest was held at the English Reunion on May 28....more >>

Recent News

Long Thompson fills ticket with Oxley
June 18, 2008
State Rep. Dennie Oxley, D-English, has been chosen to be the running mate of Democratic gubernatorial nominee Jill Long Thompson. ...more >>

Break-ins may be connected with those in two other states
13-year-old girl home during one incident
June 18, 2008
A series of break-ins that may be linked to those in at least two other states have police in Crawford County on their toes after an incident last week. ...more >>

Eckerty stand-off with police ends peacefully
June 18, 2008
Last Tuesday, June 10, at about 4:30 p.m. the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department responded to a domestic situation at the 400 block of Montgomery Road near Eckerty. ...more >>

Crawford gets funding for 2 bridges
June 18, 2008
In March, Crawford County officials made their case to an award panel at the Indiana Department of Transportation to obtain federal monies to rehabilitate County Bridge No. 45 at Alton, as well as replace the bridge on Overhead Bridge Road near Taswell. ...more >>

Relay For Life returns
June 18, 2008
The Crawford County Relay For Life will be Friday and Saturday at the Crawford County Junior-Senior High School track. ...more >>

Commissioners upgrading Dispatch Office
New equipment will cost $148,000
June 11, 2008
The Crawford County Board of Commissioners recently considered purchasing $148,000 worth of equipment to upgrade the County Dispatch Office. ...more >>

Corydon celebrates 200 years
June 11, 2008
A Corydon man whose hometown was never far from his mind, even when he was visiting dignitaries halfway around the world, was memorialized Saturday morning during a celebration of the first state capital’s 200th birthday. ...more >>

Arrowheads, minerals, more at annual Knap-IN
June 11, 2008
The annual Southern Indiana Flint Knap-IN returns this weekend to Leavenworth, and organizer Eric Morris expects up to scores of knappers from throughout the nation to again demonstrate the art of making stone tools just like the Native Americans did hundreds of years ago. ...more >>

Heroic efforts earn Talley 'Bronze Eagle'
June 11, 2008
Indiana Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Dennis Talley, who lives and works in Crawford County, received recognition recently for his efforts to prevent a person from following through on a suicide attempt last November. ...more >>

Georgetown must fix town hall or move
Offices to relocate into FEMA trailer
June 04, 2008
Just recently, the Georgetown Town Council discussed purchasing a building to relocate the town hall, but the deal fell through after the building was sold to another party. Now, the town has 30 days to vacate the town hall or upgrade it to meet state guidelines and make a safe working environment for town employees. ...more >>

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