Bethany Young always wanted to be on the county fair queen court, and on Saturday she earned that spot.“I’m just super excited right now and honestly just shocked,” the 18-year-old said after being crowned the 2017 Miss Montgomery County 4-H Fair Queen.“This is a dream come true,” she said. She is the daughter of Ed and Melissa Young and a recent graduate of Crawfordsville High School, where she participated in soccer, swimming and track.
The Montgomery County Civic Band will rock the gazebo Sunday during its second concert of the season.“This is an about face from our opening concert where we played all hymns,” said director Gary Ketchum. “This concert is all rock and roll.”The concert begins at 3 p.m. Sunday in the gazebo on the grounds of Lane Place.
Area students earn Dean’s List at WabashWabash College Dean Scott Feller has announced that 10 Montgomery County students are on the Dean’s List for the spring 2017 semester.They are: • Austin Earl, senior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Earl, Crawfordsville.• Luis Hernandez Blanco, senior, Mr. Felix Hernandez and Mrs. Sara Blanco Olivo, Crawfordsville• Patrick Jahnke, junior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Jahnke, Crawfordsville.• Niki Kazahaya, junior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ryohei Kazahaya,...
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