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  • Tuesday, September 01, 2015 7:39 PM

    The Dorothy Q Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will take part in the National DAR Day of Service on October 11 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the founding of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The DAR, which is comprised of the descendants of the Patriots who won American independence, was founded on October 11, 1890, as a service organization to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism.

     
  • Sharpshooting show comes to Myers
    Tuesday, September 01, 2015 7:38 PM

    Revolution Productions LLC at Myers Dinner Theatre has announced its next show, the historical musical favorite, Annie Get Your Gun, opening on September 11 and running through October 3. Performances are primarily on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, and Friday and Saturday nights. Please call or check the web site for specific dates and times.

    Annie Get Your Gun is a beloved classic, which tells the timeless story of famous sharpshooter Annie Oakley and her on-again, off-again love, fellow sharpshooter Frank Butler.

     
  • Tuesday, September 01, 2015 7:37 PM

    The Waveland-Brown Township Public Library has not changed much cosmetically since it opened in 1915, and it remains a community fixture. The library will hold a centennial celebration on Sept. 26 complete with live music and a book signing.

    The library was built in 1914 with matching funds from Andrew Carnegie. The town was about double the size it is now at that time, Library Director Rick Payne said. The library’s exterior and many facets of the interior are the same as when the building was completed a century ago in 1915.

    The book shelves that line the walls, the library tables and the front desk are original, longtime Library Aide Sandi Greene said. She said though the fireplace is not used anymore, the same T.C. Steele painting hangs above it that was originally hung there in 1915. Steele, a Waveland native impressionist artist, painted the picture for the library in 1915. 

     
  • Tuesday, September 01, 2015 7:37 PM

    “Oil and Water” will be the final film in the 2015 Green Issues series co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters and the Wabash College Lilly Library. This film will be shown Tuesday, September 8 at 7 p.m. in Korb Classroom at the Fine Arts Center at Wabash College.

    The film’s website describes the movie: “Oil and Water is the true story of two boys coming of age as they each confront one of the world’s worst toxic disasters. Hugo and David were born on opposite ends of the oil pipeline. Hugo comes to America to fight for the survival of his tribe in the Ecuadorian Amazon, while David goes to Ecuador to launch the world’s first company to certify oil as fair trade. Can Hugo become the leader his Cofan tribe so desperately wants him to be? Will David clean up one of the world’s dirtiest industries? Their journeys lead them to explore what could be a more just future, not just for the people of the Amazon, but for all people around the world born with oil beneath their feet.”

     
  • Tuesday, September 01, 2015 7:36 PM

    The Montgomery County Regional Sewer District is considering how to fix problems with failing sewage mounds on U.S. 32 near I-74.

    Amy Moore from VS Engineering said that the board has to consider all possibilities for expanding the sewer to the Pilot Travel Center and Banjo Corporation on U.S. 32 before the state will look at the proposal. She said IDEM wants to make sure the plan is viable and in the works before they will review the plan for approval. “When we do a collections system we have to show IDEM a long range plan so that we are sizing them correctly,” she said. “Typically IDEM wants a waste load allocation letter and a capacity allocation letter signed by the existing plant saying that they are capable of taking that capacity.” 

     
  • Tuesday, September 01, 2015 7:36 PM

    The Convention and Visitors Commission and the Convention and Visitors Bureau ironed out the reserve cash balance issue that has been a topic of dissent in recent meetings. The CVC also approved a funding request.

    CVC member and County Councilman Aaron Morgan said the Bureau’s cash balance plays into their funding formula from the CVC. He said members of the CVC and VCB met in an outside meeting and determined that $35,000 was a workable reserve cash balance. This balance is lower than the previously discussed $55,000 balance that the board has worked with in the past. Morgan said that the cash balance issue could be revisited in 2016 for review.

    He also said cash balance funds should not be off limits to fund Bureau projects. 

     
  • Gamers love the night-life
    Tuesday, September 01, 2015 7:33 PM

    More than 20 console gamers filled the Crawfordsville’s GameStop store Monday night during the 11 p.m. hour. GameStop was playing host to a midnight release for several games that officially became available on Tuesday. The most popular titles for this launch event?  Mad Max and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. 

     
  • Wabash, MUFFY continue tradition
    Monday, August 31, 2015 10:50 PM

    For the 43rd straight year, the men of Wabash College will join with the Montgomery United Fund For You (MUFFY) to go door-to-door throughout Crawfordsville collecting donations for the 2015 MUFFY Campaign. This year, the Wabash / MUFFY Residential Drive will take place on Tuesday, September 8 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

    Since 1973, every freshman class of Wabash men has participated in the drive raising over $130,000 to assist area non-profits in providing valuable services to the people of Montgomery County.

    “What the Wabash students do for our annual campaign cannot be overstated,” said David Johnson, MUFFY’s Executive Director. “It’s a terrific boost for the MUFFY campaign, and it’s a wonderful example of the students and the community working together every year for a common cause.”

     
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