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Caucus selects Bartels to fill District 74 vacancy

Crawford Republican officials have 30 days to find District 3 council replacement

Steve Bartels, the District 3 member of the Crawford County Council for the past seven years, including the past three as its president, last Monday night was selected by Indiana House District 74 Republican officials to fill the remaining almost 14 months of Lloyd Arnold's two-year term as state representative....more >>

CFCC awards STEM grants to pair of county organizations

The Community Foundation of Crawford County on Friday announced that it has awarded separate grants of more than $12,000 each to both the Crawford County's Boys and Girls Club and 4-H Council/Purdue Extension to enhance their out-of-school time STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programming to benefit children and youth in Crawford County. These grants totaled $25,000....more >>

Georgetown talks roads, building commissioner at special session

At a special meeting on Oct. 30, the Georgetown Town Council opened bids for its second round of road paving this year. The council also began to discuss the position of town building commissioner. The position is currently held by Ron Glotzbach, who was hired in January as a temporary employee of the town under the current building commissioner and building inspector ordinances, with the understanding that the council would seek a full-time replacement....more >>

Recent News
GRACE at heart of halfway house efforts
November 08, 2017
The group of community members, pastors and county officials who have been volunteering their time since July to start a center for helping former drug addicts adjust to life in general society finally have a name: GRACE — Giving Recovery A Chance Everyday. ...more >>
HCI selects 'economy' as building block
November 08, 2017
After studying the data provided by its survey, the Crawford County Hometown Collaboration Initiative has selected “economy” as its building block. The group, working with Ball State University’s Indiana Communities Institute, Purdue University’s Center for Regional Development and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, will hear four more presentations before deciding on a $10,000 project that will promote the launch, survival or growth of small businesses and entrepreneurs. ...more >>
Grant affords LPD extra patrol hours
November 08, 2017
The Leavenworth Police Department recently began a year-long grant program aimed at keeping residents, as well as those traveling in and out of the area, safe. ...more >>
County realizes hardship bridge outage causing
November 08, 2017
The Crawford County Board of Commissioners, at its regular meeting last month, provided an update on County Bridge No. 25 south of Milltown that was closed in September. ...more >>
Veterans memorial set for dedication
November 08, 2017
Following years of planning, fundraising and hard work, the public is invited for the dedication of the Crawford County Veterans Memorial at English. ...more >>
Crawford takes steps to hire athletic trainer
November 01, 2017
Crawford County Athletic Director Jerry Hanger is passionate about his student athletes, which is why he approached the Crawford County Community School Corp. Board of Trustees at their latest meeting, on Oct. 17, to discuss the hiring of an athletic trainer for the middle school and high school. ...more >>
Georgetown council gets good news
November 01, 2017
From an outside view, Georgetown may seem to have many irons in the fire, but the town is moving right along with its myriad of projects, three of which received good news at the town council’s latest meeting. ...more >>
ESSA expected to cause drop in grad rates
November 01, 2017
Indiana lawmakers are attempting to convince the state’s department of education to delay the implementation of new graduation requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act. ...more >>
Birdseye man charged for arson in Dubois County
November 01, 2017
A joint investigation between the Indiana State Police and the Indiana State Fire Marshall’s Office led investigators to arrest a suspect in the Oct. 12 arson in Birdseye. ...more >>
Times are changing
November 01, 2017
Daylight Saving Time is coming to a close, officially ending Sunday at 2 a.m., which means all clocks will need to be turned back one hour to Eastern Standard Time. ...more >>
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