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Five arrested in major drug bust

$5,000 worth of cocaine found during raid

Acting on an anonymous tip, the Crawford County Sheriff's Department arrested five adults on the early morning of July 2 after drugs were found at a residence on Richardson Lane near Milltown....more >>

'Pillowcase bandits' catching some zzz's in jail

A police chase involving law enforcement officers in Indiana and Kentucky ended with a three-hour manhunt that resulted in a pair of arrests. The incarceration of the two Indiana men responsible for the ordeal may put an end to a string of burglaries in both states....more >>

Marengo's hold-out, Home Town Gift

A lot of businesses have come and gone in Marengo in the last several years. The downtown area has changed dramatically and several buildings now stand empty, as if waiting for another idea and business venture to come along....more >>

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Corydon Cinemas reels in the fun with family films, summer blockbusters

It's true that summers should, for the most part, be spent outside enjoying the sunshine. However, there are occasions, in the case of this summer, many occasions, when the weather becomes less than desirable, and we're forced to pass our time indoors....more >>

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Crawford 4-H Fair promises something for all
Fair will be Saturday, July 5, through Saturday, July 12, at Crawford County 4-H Community Park
July 02, 2008
The annual Crawford County 4-H Fair will kick off Saturday at the 4-H Community Park south of Marengo with the 4-H Horse Completion Show and won’t stop until the following Saturday night, with plenty of food, fun and festivities in between. ...more >>

Emergency Dispatch gets major upgrade
'Curved' bridge leading out of Milltown reopens
July 02, 2008
After discussing them at their previous meeting, the Crawford County Board of Commissioners Thursday agreed to major equipment upgrades to Central Dispatch. ...more >>

Fired up for the 4th
Crawford to celebrate freedom
July 02, 2008
Celebration of Independence Day will begin a little early this year, as the Crawford County Fourth of July Festival will kick off today (Wednesday) and run through the Fourth itself, highlighted by a fireworks display from atop the Marengo Warehouse and Distribution Center. ...more >>

Shawn Scott doing what he knows best: being a law enforcement officer
July 02, 2008
Crawford County Sheriff’s Deputy Shawn Scott recently completed 17 weeks of training at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy at Plainfield and has returned to full-time duty at the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department. ...more >>

Freedom takes whole new level
July 02, 2008
Ninety-five percent of those currently serving sentences in state prisons and local jails will at sometime be released back into society. The question posed by Freedom 101 Director Deb Bulleit is: How do we want them to return? ...more >>

NH board will look at options
School trustees could vote soon to proceed with $15-M project
July 02, 2008
The North Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees is expected to look at its options when it meets later this month regarding a proposed school building renovation project. ...more >>

Curby observatory reaches for the sky
July 02, 2008
If you haven’t driven by the Louisville Astronomical Society’s observatory at Curby, just north of Leavenworth about 4-1/2 miles off of S.R. 62, in a while, you should. ...more >>

Discover more than just trees at Forest Discovery Center
July 02, 2008
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 >>

Hometown dinner for new lt. governor candidate Oxley
June 25, 2008
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
June 25, 2008
Crawford County High School will receive a major technological upgrade beginning next year, thanks to an approximately $185,000 grant. ...more >>

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