Montgomery County

Indiana State Department of Health

 

Tippecanoe County’s COVID-19 cases stood at 307 Monday -- a daily increase of four new cases, after the Indiana State Department of Health reported 10 or more new daily county cases over the preceding three days. 

ISDH also reported 1,621 deaths from COVID-19, and 28,255 confirmed novel coronavirus cases statewide.

Indiana State Department of Health

 

Tippecanoe County’s COVID-19 case total stood at 248 Tuesday, and the Indiana State Department of Health announced 1,444 deaths statewide in its daily update.

ISDH also reported 566 new novel coronavirus cases in Indiana, for a total of 25,127. 

Indiana State Department of Health

Tippecanoe County’s COVID-19 case count rose to 225 Saturday, a daily increase of 20 new cases, and the Indiana State Department of Health reported 1,362 deaths statewide from the novel coronavirus.

Emilie Syberg / WBAA

 

 

Tippecanoe County’s reported COVID-19 cases rose to 42 Friday, and the Indiana State Department of Health announced 300 deaths statewide from the novel coronavirus.

ISDH also reported 6,907 COVID-19 cases Friday, and 35,040 tests have been reported to the agency. 

Montgomery County Health Department

 

Montgomery County reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19 Tuesday.

In a statement, the Montgomery County Health Department announced the resident, an adult, is being hospitalized in a different county. No other details were provided about the patient. 

 

 

Tippecanoe County Commissioners declared a local disaster emergency Saturday due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19. 

In a statement, the commissioners said the declaration would “facilitate future financial reimbursement, funding assistance, supplies and other assistance as are made available through the State and Federal Government due to the health emergency.”

Taylor Haggerty / WBAA News

Proposals to extend local roads came under fire at a Montgomery County Plan Commission meeting Wednesday evening. Residents voiced concern over eminent domain, safety and other infrastructure needs as the commission considered a drafted thoroughfare plan.

The plan includes several areas for improvements or changes, including some new roads that would add more connections to existing ones.

Taylor Haggerty / WBAA News

Montgomery County officials are considering ways to change and develop infrastructure as part of comprehensive countywide planning.

That includes improving roads that connect Crawfordsville to cities such as Lafayette and Indianapolis, as well as creating alternate routes to areas that are currently difficult to reach.

Members Selected For Montgomery Co. CFO Study Committee

Aug 5, 2019
Taylor Haggerty / WBAA News

Officials are one step closer to finalizing regulations on commercial-scale farms in Montgomery County, after the county plan commission selected members for a confined feeding operation study committee Monday.

The plan commission selected 13 members for the committee: four farmers, four rural residents, two realtors, two school officials and one member of the plan commission itself – Ashley Adair.

Adair says her goal is to both research the impact of CFOs and to get community input.

Stan Jastrzebski / WBAA News

Montgomery County is searching for ways to improve travel and roadways, and Crawfordsville is at the center of that discussion. Intercity train travel took a hit late last month with the loss of the Hoosier State Line. So how is Crawfordsville working to improve transportation and travel for residents?

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