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Sunday, April 26, 2015
  • Harold "Hal" Brown will mark 30 years of service with Sommer Metalcraft Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014. 
  • One of Crawfordsville's oldest companies is expanding.

    RR Donnelley is looking to install digital book presses at the Crawfordsville south facility, an estimated $15.9 million investment in the Crawfordsville company.

    "The project is still on the drawing board," RR Donnelley Vice President of Operations Platform Stephen Seamans said Monday night. 
  • Katie Schwartz of Rainbow International of Crawfordsville received the Office Professional of the Year Award from Rainbow International corporate during The Dwyer Group® International Conference held in September in Orlando, Fla. 
  • Thrifty Supply closes
    A Crawfordsville business has closed its doors for the final time.

    After more than 50 years, Thrifty Supply closed earlier this month.

    Thrifty Supply owner Debbie Lovold declined to comment on the closing Friday morning. 
  • The landscape of health care in Crawfordsville is about to get a shot in the arm.

    Terry Klein, vice president and chief operating officer for Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health - Crawfordsville, announced substantial expansions to services offered in Crawfordsville Thursday morning at the Montgomery County Economic Development's Executive Breakfast. 
  • A new business has opened its doors in downtown Crawfordsville.

    Dapper Dudes and Dolls, located at 201 E. Pike St. inside the Heritage Heights building, opened Sept. 4. Owners Eric Foster and Tiffany Cosby are veteran barber/hair stylist in Crawfordsville. 
  • Bright new day for Tipmont
    It's the dawning of a new day for Tipmont REMC, and that day is being powered by the sun.

    Tipmont has installed the first Community Solar array in the state of Indiana, giving Tipmont customers the ability to lease one of the 240 solar panels and begin using green energy. 
  • Steve Sager will celebrate 40 years of service with Sommer Metalcraft today, Oct. 7.

    Steve began working part-time while still in high school in the packing area back in October of 1974. 
  • Sharon Zimmerman, business office manager at The Lane House in Crawfordsville, Indiana, received Life Care Centers of America's Central Division Whatever It Takes And Then Some Award on Wednesday, Sept. 24, for her dedication to customer service. 
  • Barton: Trains are important to C'ville
    From getting materials to business to moving passengers from one point to another, trains are important to the community.

    That was the message Crawfordsville Mayor Todd Barton had when the Amtrak train stopped in Crawfordsville Wednesday morning. 

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