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Current Clerk-Treasurer Judy Sheets will be Frankfort's next mayor, effective 12:01 p.m. March 2, after being selected by a Republican caucus comprised of 18 precinct committee members Saturday morning in the basement of Old Stoney.

The Frankfort Community Public Library recently announced who the first two speakers will be in the fourth annual Women’s Expo, which will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 14.

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With graduation just three months away, Engage Clinton County is planning a job fair to connect high school seniors with employment opportunities.

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The Clinton County Civic Theatre will take its audience all the way back to the 1920s when it opens its production of “Oh, Kay!” tonight in the Skanta Theatre on the second floor of the Frankfort Community Public Library.

A former two-term Clinton County Sheriff, Mike Hensley has served on the Clinton County Council since 2012, and he is currently running for a third term.

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According to the 2017 “Map the Meal Gap” study conducted by Feeding America, 10 percent of Clinton County’s population (approximately 3,230 individuals) were considered “food insecure.” Of that 3,250 people, only 60 percent qualify for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The other…

Wednesday’s 10 a.m. deadline for candidates to file their declarations came and went without any last-hour additions, so a caucus will pick between current Frankfort clerk-treasurer Judy Sheets, current Frankfort councilman Eric Woods and current Board of Works member Ken Estes to replace Ma…

State Sen. Brian Buchanan (R-Lebanon) meets with local members of FFA, including representatives of the Tri-County, Rossville, Frontier, Clinton Central, and Carroll chapters, at the Statehouse Monday, Feb. 17. The group discussed agriculture-related bills moving through the General Assembly…

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The Clinton County Soil and Water Conservation District is offering more cost-sharing programs after recently being awarded another 319 Grant from the Environmental Protection Agency through the Indiana Department of Environmental Management to extend the programs to the Browns Wonder – Suga…

Show your library some love! Add a “We Love our Library” sign to your lawn. If a library representative spots your sign, you could win a gift card to Harry’s Coffee Bar, courtesy of the Friends of the Library. A limited number of free signs are available at the Frankfort Library and branches…

Now a resident of Mulberry, former Frankfort City Councilman and mayoral candidate Lewis Wheeler is running for an at-large seat on the Clinton County Council.

This recipe is not entirely authentic. I prefer to call it an improvised Ma Po Tofu, because when the craving strikes for this spicy, satisfying Asian soup, but it happens to be a Sunday night in the dead of winter and you happen to be in your P.J.’s, it’s time to dig deep and improvise.

United Way for Clinton County hosted a gathering of local not-for-profit organizations for the latest meeting of its Brown Bag Lunch Series on Monday at the Boys & Girls Club of Clinton County.

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Members of the community came out to Gem City Junction to have conversations with law enforcement officers from the Frankfort Police Department during “Coffee with a Cop” Saturday morning in downtown Frankfort.

Matthew Haan and Victoria Seest were crowned Hardwood Homecoming King and Queen before Rossville’s varsity home basketball game against Delphi on Friday.

Escarlet Zuniga and Oliver Lopez were crowned Hardwood Homecoming Queen and King at Frankfort on Saturday in ceremonies during the Hot Dogs’ game with Hamilton Heights.

In their ongoing effort to provide the best medical response for local residents when every minute counts, the Frankfort Fire Department’s emergency medical technicians received EMS training from Clinton County paramedics Steven Deckard and Nathan Lawton on new protocols and life-saving equi…

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The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office enjoyed raising money in No-Shave November so much that Sheriff Rich Kelly extended the No-Shave fundraiser through December and January to maximize the participation and the proceeds.

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Those who celebrate Valentine’s Day use it as a reminder to show their love and appreciation for those closest to them, but for shop owners like Heather Wright, it has more of a Super Bowl feel to it.

Eric Slager became the Frankfort Fire Department’s newest firefighter on Wednesday afternoon when he took his oath of office during the Board of Works and Public Safety meeting at Old Stoney.

Shoup’s Country Foods traveled to Miami late last month to work its ninth consecutive Super Bowl and lead catering operations for the official NFL Tailgate Party.

The Frankfort City Council approved Ordinance 20-02, amending a previous ordinance setting salaries and hourly wages for city employees during its meeting on Monday night. It then unanimously approved Resolution 20-02, which directed the transfer of appropriated funds.

FHS Class of 1954 meets

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A longtime tradition will be renewed this week when Frankfort High School’s ‘Big Broadcast’ takes to the stage at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday in the school’s auditorium.

The Frankfort City Council heard a presentation from Frankfort Police Chief Troy Bacon, Jeremy Duff of KJG Architecture, and Frankfort Airport Authority’s Alan Dunn during the council’s regular meeting Monday in the basement of Old Stoney.

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A flourless chocolate cake is the “must-have” little black dress of desserts. Minimal, simple and universally pleasing, it’s a classic for all occasions. And, short of intravenous therapy, it’s one of the most intense forms of chocolate consumption you will experience. A tiny sliver of this …

The Frankfort Police Department is inviting the public to join its police officers at Gem City Junction starting at 8 a.m. Saturday for “Coffee with a Cop” at 63 E. Clinton St. in downtown Frankfort.

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Families bundled-up and came to enjoy the activities on the square during fifth annual Fire and Ice Festival on Saturday in downtown Frankfort.

Kevin Evans announced via a social media post made Thursday morning that he is resigning as the Center Township Trustee effective Feb. 15. In his absence, Center Township Chief of Staff Jami Pratt will become the interim trustee until a new Center Township Trustee can be selected by a caucus…

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Twenty-two large ice sculptures will line the sidewalks Saturday for the fifth annual Fire and Ice Festival in downtown Frankfort.

Clinton County Councilman Jeff Chynoweth filed his declaration of candidacy last month, and he hopes to earn re-election in order to serve a second term on the council.

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The Frankfort Hot Dogs Alumni Hall of Fame is set to induct its Class of 2020 starting at 2 p.m. Feb. 29 in the Frankfort High School auditorium. Immediately following the program, there will be a reception sponsored by The Farmers Bank and catered by Shoup’s Country Foods at which those in …

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The St. Mary’s Knights of Columbus Council #5294 conducted a drive throughout October and November to raise funds to buy winter coats for needy children in Clinton County.

FHS Class of ’56 meets