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Thursday, February 11, 2016
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Braving the cold for family
Jim and Pam Jeffers and Sandy Williams recently took a trip to Alaska to visit their grandson Tech Sergeant Craig Peacock and family. Craig is stationed at the Elmendorf Air Force Base. (Pictured) Sandy, Jen, Jim, Pam, Craig, Cassandra and Camryn took the opportunity to take a boat trip to the Portage Glacier.
  • Are you interested in becoming a 4-H Camp Counselor but want to learn more about the responsibilities of being one? Then join us on March 5 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Ellis Park Train Station in Danville, Ind.for the “4-H Camp Counselor Boot Camp."
  • Booth running for County Council

    Gary Booth announces his candidacy for County Council at large. As a republican candidate I want Montgomery County to be business friendly, and maintain a responsible government. Deeply rooted in agriculture and Christian values makes this county a great place to raise a family.

  • I am prepared to immediately assume the duties of Montgomery County Recorder.

  • Stellar needs your input

    The public is encouraged to attend a community meeting concerning the new pocket park, one of the Stellar projects, which will be located at the corner of West Pike and South Washington Street.

  • Sherlock, H.G. Wells team up

    Sherlock Holmes investigates his first crime as “The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes” comes to the Vanity Theater stage Feb. 12-14 and 19-21. The show introduces audiences to Sherlock Holmes (Lane Bradley) and Dr. Watson (Alex Hughes) before their work achieves fame.

    The pair has just taken their first case for a young H.G. Wells (Liam Weir) who hires Holmes and Watson to find Arthur Conan Doyle’s missing manuscript. Hiding from their angry landlord Mrs. Hudson (Faith Allen), they use Wells’s time machine to travel forward to the 21st century.
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