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Warming center open through Monday

By AARON KENNEDY - akennedy@ftimes.com The need for an emergency warming center was addressed during a special meeting Friday organized by Mayor Chris McBarnes and Center Township Trustee Kevin Evans. Included in the meeting were the United Non-Profits of Clinton C

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Frankfort Promise hopes to boost workforce

IVY TECH: Ahigh school graduate from Center Township could have their remaining amountfor college tuition at Ivy Tech after financial aid and scholarships covered by the Frankfort Promise program.

By AARON KENNEDY - akennedy@ftimes.com Unveiled during the recent State of the City address in Arborwood, the Frankfort Promise Program is planned to encourage local students to continue their education after high school with the hope that they may bolster the loca

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Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Jan. 17 6:29 p.m. – domestic incident reported in the 10000 block of East County Road 600 South, Kirklin Frankfort Police Department Jan. 17 8:32 a.m. – criminal mischief reported in the 3200 block of West County Ro

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Care center hosts open house

RIBBON CUTTING: St. Vincent and Witham Health Services had itsribbon cutting and community open house Sunday at 2485 E. Wabash Street in Frankfort.

Times staff - news@ftimes.com A ribbon cutting and community open house was held Sunday at the new ambulatory care center located at 2485 E. Wabash Street, across the street from Walmart in Frankfort. Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes welcomed both St. Vincent and Wit

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Bruno's continues to grow

TRADITION: While Bruno’s Pizzeria has been in its current location since 2004, it was founded in Frankfort back in 1958 and claims to be the town’s oldest pizzeria.

By AARON KENNEDY - akennedy@ftimes.com When Bruno’s Pizzeria was put up for sale in 2016, Payton and Cheyenne Akard decided to buy it, and they have spent the last few years expanding the business. Founded in 1958, Bruno’s Pizza claims to be Frankfort&#

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Frankfort Police Department Jan. 16 10:02 a.m. – criminal mischief reported in the 600 block of South Main Street 11:10 a.m. – suspicious person reported in the 1100 block of Oak Street 1:03 p.m. – property damage accident reported at South Doyle

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Clinton County braces for more snow

CLEARING THE ROADS: An Indiana Department of Transportation plow clears snow last winter. Both the Clinton County Highway Department and the Frankfort Street Department are spending the week preparing for a potential winter storm this weekend.

By AARON KENNEDY - akennedy@ftimes.com With heavy snowfall, strong winds and extreme cold forecasted for this weekend, local agencies have been planning for the possibility of a major snow event. Clinton County Highway Department Superintendent Kevin Myers say

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Chavez files for city council seat

CHAVEZ: Isac Chavez filed his declaration of candidacy for the 2019 municipal election. Posing for a photo with Chavez in the courthouse are, from left, campaign chairman Daniel Santos, campaign treasurer Matthew Snell, Chavez, brother Alonzo Chavez and Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes.

By AARON KENNEDY - akennedy@ftimes.com Isac Chavez filed his declaration of candidacy with the county clerk’s office Wednesday morning in order to be placed on the ballot as a Republican running for an at-large seat on the Frankfort City Council. “It fe

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Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Jan. 15 10:29 a.m. – disturbance reported in the 10000 block of East County Road 600 South, Kirklin 4:00 p.m. – burglary reported in the 12000 block of East State Road 28, Frankfort 4:11 p.m. – property damage

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Mountains of Memories - Gene Watchbaugh

By Janie Ford Lank - momthepoet@yahoo.com Gene Watchbaugh was born Aug. 27, 1949 at the Frankfort hospital to Albert and Helen Watchbaugh. He was the youngest child with three older sisters. “I attended Woodside grade school,” Gene said. “I have a

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Footnotes

By Kate McCormick - AV Librarian On the last Wednesday of every month, the Frankfort Lions Club sponsors Free Family Movie Night at the Frankfort Community Library’s Skanta Theatre. Please note that the day has moved from Tuesday to Wednesday. Free popcorn an

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Moyer re-elected president pro tem of RDC

By Gloria Leonard - news@ftimes.com Frankfort City Councilman Jim Moyer was re-elected president pro tem of the Redevelopment Commission at Monday night’s first council meeting of the year in Old Stoney. The purpose of the Redevelopment Commission, or RDC, is

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Christian Life

SERVICE: Offering services in their new location since October, Christian Life Church offersservice at 7 p.m. each Wednesday and at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. each Sunday.

By AARON KENNEDY - akennedy@ftimes.com Since hosting its first service at its new location of 2501 E. Wabash St. on Oct. 7, Christian Life Church has seen its membership continue to grow. The church was previously at 850 Delphi Ave., and another campus was started

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Milestones

Births Greyson Mikal Cast born Jan. 8 Greyson Mikal Cast, son of Liz Ann and Anthony Mikal Cast, was born Jan. 8 at Witham Hospital. He weighed 9 pounds and 8.5 ounces and measured 22.5 inches. Greyson is welcomed home by three-year-old sister, Addison. Maternal gr

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Clinton Prairie Junior-Senior High School honor roll

Clinton Prairie High Semester A Honor Roll Seniors: Breawna Caldwell, Tiffany Giles, Emily Goodman, Caiden Maish, Grace Mattingly, Josie Mattingly, Kylie Rapp, Mallory Robertson, Sarah Schoonveld, Layne Snyder, and Molly Thomas Juniors: Kathryn Blacker, Isabelle Ca

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Sheriff Kelly announces scholarship program

Times staff - news@ftimes.com Clinton County Sheriff Rich Kelly announced on Friday that the Indiana Sheriffs’ Association will again be awarding college scholarships to qualified high school seniors or college students who are pursuing a degree in criminal j

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Officer Joe

Stopping by: Mink talks to students in Tammy Fay’s third grade class on Friday.

By Leeann Doerflei - news@ftmes.com Many in Clinton County know him as Major Joe Mink, former Chief Deputy of the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office, but the students at Rossville Consolidated Schools are getting to know him as Officer Joe. On Jan. 7, Mink

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Overdose response leads to arrest

Times report - news@ftimes.com A Frankfort man is facing drug charges after Frankfort Police Department officers responded to an overdose call. At approximately 10:33 p.m. on Jan. 13, 2019, Frankfort police were dispatched to an overdose in the 600 block of Delphi

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