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Leonard to serve 2 years for '05 fatality

Hit-and-run claimed life of 13-year-old

A Crawford County man was sentenced Thursday for a hit-and-run crash that claimed the life of a 13-year-old boy near Taswell in 2005....more >>

Bids to be due on Milltown bridge project in early May

Council also hears concerns about proposed renewable energy facility northwest of Milltown

The Crawford County Council Feb. 10 received an update on the upcoming Milltown bridge construction as well as a request for highway funds from District 1 County Commissioner Larry Bye....more >>

Angel Food Ministries opens site in Crawford

With the economy putting a squeeze on the budgets of people all over the country, some are having to make difficult choices, such as whether to pay the electric bill or buy food. And there's some people who have little money for either....more >>

Questions linger about biomass plant

The monthly meeting of the Milltown Town Council on Monday evening, Feb. 9, turned out to be a crowded gathering of concerned residents wanting answers about a biomass plant planned northwest of town....more >>

Recent News
E-911 system sees major upgrades
New equipment part of overall improvement to office
February 11, 2009
Anyone who visits the E-911 Dispatch Office in the Crawford County Judicial Complex will conclude that this is not your father’s E-911. ...more >>
60th annual Crawford SWCD meeting welcomes new members, honors old
February 11, 2009
The Crawford County Soil and Water Conservation District Saturday morning held its 60th annual report meeting at Crawford County Junior-Senior High School with a complimentary breakfast of pancakes and sausage. ...more >>
Meeting aims to get counties ready for next quake
February 11, 2009
On April 18, 2008, just before daylight, many Hoosiers awoke to find their beds — and entire houses — shaking. After a few seconds, most people realized what was happening, that they were feeling an earthquake, something not common in Indiana. ...more >>
Worm infects millions of Windows computers
February 11, 2009
The buzz in the tech world for the past few weeks has been around a Windows worm most commonly known as “Conficker” or “Downadup” that was first identified in November but has yet to be quelled. Estimates of infected computers worldwide range from 10 million to 20 million with a million computers being infected every few days. ...more >>
Questions remain about biomass plant
February 11, 2009
The scheduled monthly meeting of the Milltown Town Council on Monday evening turned out to be a crowded gathering of concerned residents wanting answers about a biomass plant planned northwest of town. ...more >>
Winter storm paralyzes S. Indiana
Schools close for week, more than 125 stay at Crawford shelter as ice freezes power
February 04, 2009
A two-day snow and ice storm last Tuesday and Wednesday across Southern Indiana set the scene for power outages to thousands of homes and closed businesses, schools, government offices and roads. ...more >>
G'town fire chief dies
February 04, 2009
On Monday, Jan. 26, Georgetown Fire Chief James F. (Jim) Kron passed away suddenly at his home at the age of 66. ...more >>
Remember winter fire safety tips
February 04, 2009
With winter weather here in full force, it’s important to remember that when you fire up those heating units, safety should be at the top of your mind. ...more >>
Emergency shelter available
January 28, 2009
Crawford County Emergency Management Agency Director Kent Barrow said the county has set up an emergency shelter at Hillview Christian Church two miles west of Marengo along S.R. 64 for anybody without electricity. The Salvation Army and American Red Cross are providing food. ...more >>
Opposition mounts to power plant
January 28, 2009
Opposition to the new biomass power plant proposed for the Milltown area came out in force at a meeting Tuesday night, Jan. 20, questioning several aspects of the planned facility. ...more >>
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