The Sheriff’s Office recently announced the implementation of new body cameras and car cameras intended to document every interaction between citizens and its deputies.
Frankfort Fire Department (FFD) personnel underwent specialized training to ensure the safety of the community by improving the proficiency of its crews.
Healthy Communities of Clinton County Coalition hosted the annual Stepping on Stigma 5K to raise awareness of mental health and collect donations to implement new programs in the county.
City of Frankfort officials continue to recognize the frustrations expressed by the citizens over the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) construction projects and ask for the community to remain patient.
The United Way for Clinton County partnered with numerous local and federal organizations to sponsor a free summer food program for local children.
Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) unearthed the remnants of a tunnel located beneath the Frankfort City Building, known as “Old Stoney,” that extended toward Walnut Street.
County commissioners entered into an agreement with St. Vincent StatFlight on Monday morning to expedite and streamline emergency aircraft dispatch to Clinton County.
COACH Kids of Clinton County hosted a spring celebration to honor its mentors and encourage the community to become involved with the organization.
Community Schools of Frankfort (CSF) Director of Food Services Diane Steining celebrated her upcoming retirement on Tuesday evening with staff and Superintendent Joel McKinney.
The community of Clinton County has increased its focus on mental health awareness and instituted new programs to aid those struggling with mental health.
Four officers from the Frankfort Police Department (FPD) completed the crisis negotiations training course in Ohio on Friday to form a crisis negotiations team in Frankfort.
Frankfort City Council approved the filing of a community-oriented police services (COPS) grant contingent on the presentation of a resolution at the next meeting.
Blue Ridge Primary School released a video of its first-grade multicultural folk dancing unit that engages students in learning cultures and locations across the globe through dance.
Frankfort Mayor Judy Sheets officially proclaimed May as Mental Health Awareness Month during a gathering with Mental Health America representatives at Healthy Communities of Clinton County Coalition on May 6.
Green Meadows Intermediate School recently welcomed Gatsby, an 8-month-old Australian Labradoodle, into their school under the care of teacher Tara Woods and school counselor Kati Tryon.
Challenger Stephanie Harshbarger beat incumbent Clerk of Courts Rhea Harris in the primary election and is already focusing on issues for 2023.
Clinton County primary results were finalized contingent on provisionals at approximately 8 p.m. on Tuesday evening.
Clinton County Area Plan Commission confirmed that the new Culver’s location has been approved to begin construction of their new location at 2301 E. Wabash St. in Frankfort.
Frankfort Police Department (FPD) Lieutenant Evan Hall appeared at the ice cream social at Fresitas Artisan Ice Cream last Wednesday to deliver updates from the Police Department.
Local law enforcement officers say they have been receiving an increased number of scam complaints from citizens who received suspicious emails, phone calls and text messages.
Frankfort Mayor Judy Sheets proclaimed on Monday at the Board of Works meeting that April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).
While many may view the COVID-19 pandemic as a thing of the past, the county’ health officer warns that the health crisis has only been moved to an “endemic” status and the virus that caused it has not been eradicated.