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Commissioners promise EMTs upgrade to ambulance service

The Crawford County Board of Commissioners pledged to the county's emergency medical technicians who are working to gain intermediate level certification that the county's ambulance service itself will be certified within a year....more >>

Horse and buggy signs to go up

With the arrival a few months ago of several Amish families in central Crawford County, horse-and-buggy signs were quickly installed on several of the county roadways. Soon those signs will also be visible on the county's state highways as well, to warn motorists of the much slower buggies....more >>

Palmyra goes forward on annexation

The Palmyra Town Council, meeting in regular session Thursday, unanimously approved to move forward with two ordinances, one concerning the annexation of property along U.S. 150 northeast of town and another concerning the annexation of property east of Church Street....more >>

Old English offers golf with a twist

Disc golf adds another entertainment element to 18-hole course

The Old English Golf Course has been a positive source of entertainment in Crawford County since it opened in 2002. It gave many people in the community, even some who had never played golf before, the opportunity to enjoy the game and learn on a well-designed course close to home. Now, the course is also offering something different — disc golf....more >>

Have a (paint) ball at The Fun Farm

Just outside of Lanesville lies a 76-acre plot of land that's easy to miss as you're driving down Breckenridge Road if you're not paying attention. Upon turning down the sloping gravel road at 2690, what seems like a farm quickly transforms into a large complex of paintball fields, a corn maze and a full-sized disc golf course....more >>

Recent News

The story of rising gas prices and what you can do to cope
August 06, 2008
Of everything that’s happened this summer, there has certainly been one topic to garner more attention than any other. It has been on the tip of every American’s tongue and has subsequently left a bad taste in the mouth of most of us. The topic, of course, is gas prices and how we are all coping with the seemingly astronomical rise in fuel costs for both the everyday consumer and businesses, as well. ...more >>

Depauw couple face tax evasion charges
Couple owns auto salvage yard, formerly operated gas mart
August 06, 2008
Husband and wife Gregory J. and Donna G. Gurtz, ages 58 and 41, respectively, of Depauw, were charged Tuesday, July 29, with three counts of tax evasion, following an investigation by the Internal Revenue Service. ...more >>

NH hosts parenting program Monday night
August 06, 2008
Dr. Mike Thomson will speak Monday night in the North Harrison High School auditeria about parenting. ...more >>

Explore your wild side at the Louisville Zoo
August 06, 2008
While Louisville is certainly the furthest we’ve ever asked our viewers to drive in our “Easy on the Pocket” series, the extra miles are more than made up for with a chance to see a modern menagerie of animals upclose and personal at the Louisville Zoo. ...more >>

Oxley announces big funding for 4-H Park
July 30, 2008
State Rep. Dennie Oxley II, D-English, announced last week that state support has been secured to finance additional improvements at the Crawford County 4-H Park, including construction of a livestock barn and arena. ...more >>

Rainbow's End, SITS may team up to serve parents, children
July 30, 2008
Blue River Services Inc. and Rainbow’s End Child Care are looking to co-promote each other by making residents of Crawford aware of the not-for-profit services that provide the community with affordable child care and public transportation. ...more >>

Crawford cracks down on dead-beat parents
July 30, 2008
If you’re behind on your child support payments, you’d better not be living in Crawford County. There’s a lady working in the Prosecutor’s Office who’s an award-winning child support administrator, and she just may make life miserable on anyone not paying their share toward the support of their dependent children. ...more >>

Victim, emergency officials celebrate
July 30, 2008
It’s been almost a year since the accident, and a lot can happen in a year. But for Laura Begle it was an important year — one of recovery, and one of trying to put her life back on track. ...more >>

Keep on rowin' on the river with Cave Country Canoes
July 30, 2008
Is there any better way to experience nature than floating lazily down a river with the occasional stroke of the paddle? No? Not your thing? ...more >>

Dennie Oxley I replaces Oxley II as candidate for District 73
July 23, 2008
Taswell resident Dennie Oxley I has the rare chance to follow in his son’s footsteps by running as the Democratic candidate for House District 73 in the Indiana State Legislature. ...more >>

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