Clinton County Adult Education graduated its classes of 2019-20 during Thursday evening’s ceremony at 51 West Event Center in downtown Frankfort.
Rossville Consolidated Schools will close its middle/high school and switch to remote learning for those students from Sept. 25 through Oct. 2 with a plan to return to school Oct. 5 according to a message sent by the district on Thursday.
Meteorological Autumn is here, and we reached the autumnal equinox on Tuesday. The National Weather Service and Climate Prediction Center have released their fall advisory data, and Indiana receives a little guidance from this data.
In an effort to “continue to put student safety at the forefront of our operations,” Rossville Consolidated Schools has implements several procedures and practices at the school building and on campus to maintain a safe learning environment.
The Frankfort Police Department Narcotics and Patrol Divisions along with the Clinton County/Frankfort Special Weapons And Tactics team served a search warrant on Wednesday in the 600 Block Elmwood Drive. The warrant was obtained after an investigation revealed the residents were allegedly d…
Frankfort Community Public Library is excited to announce its first Advancing Racial Equity/Project Lit book discussion. The FCPL invites the community to join them in reading the NY Times Bestseller “This is My America” by Kim Johnson.
The Friends of the Frankfort Library’s 40th Annual Fine Art Exhibition & Sale has been postponed until November of 2021 due to health and safety concerns surrounding the coronavirus.
Frankfort Municipal Utilities resumed its disconnection of services for failure to pay on September 14. As of Monday, Sept. 21, 37 customers have had services disconnected according to FMU Billing Manager Stacy Uitts.
One of the few holdouts when it comes to offering in-person rental of game and movies, Family Video at 201 W. Walnut St. in Frankfort couldn’t quite survive the effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the entertainment industry.
With election turnout projections from the State of Indiana for the 2020 Presidential general election in-hand and having already received 765 valid requests for mail-in absentee applications, Rhea Harris, Clinton County Clerk of the Courts, made a request Tuesday during the Commissioners’ m…
As we transition into the fall season – autumnal equinox will be here Tuesday – Dull’s Tree Farm at 1765 W. Blubaugh Ave. in Thorntown has been preparing for another season of its Pumpkin Harvest.
When the long tradition of having the Kirk’s Crossing Festival on the fourth weekend of June in Kirklin was broken following the May 1 release of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s phased plan to slowly lift social-distancing restrictions, the festival committee decided to host an event on the fourth weeke…
“Very significant” is how Clinton County Commissioners President Josh Uitts described the Hardy Hills solar project at Tuesday’s County Commissioners meeting held at the Courthouse prior to a series of unanimous votes in favor of advancing the project to its final step – the Area Plan Commis…
The City of Frankfort Board of Works and Public Safety passed a measure to set trick-or-treating hours for 6-8 p.m. on Halloween during its regular meeting Monday evening in the Skanta Theatre on the second floor of the Frankfort Community Public Library.
United Way for Clinton County kicked off its 2020 fundraising campaign Tuesday with a proclamation recognizing the efforts of the campaign from Frankfort Mayor Judy Sheets. The United Way for Clinton County 2020 Campaign will continue through Oct. 31.
Anytime Fitness celebrated the grand opening of its new location in Frankfort with a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday at 2410 E. Wabash Street. Members of the Clinton County Chambers of Commerce and City of Frankfort Community Development Director Annie Bacon were on hand to celebrate another…
“Postcards from Tomorrow” featuring abstract paintings by Amy Ward will be on display in the Anna & Harlan Hubbard Gallery until Oct. 3, 2020. The Frankfort Library is currently open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and from noon to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays…
Indiana University Health awarded $500,000 to local organizations across the state working to address community needs brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Frankfort Utility Service Board (USB) set the effective date of the water rate increase during its meeting Tuesday in the Frankfort Municipal Utilities Internet Technology Building in Frankfort. The water rate increase will be implemented over a three-year period. When it is fully implem…
Since 2009, Evan and Autumn Overbay have used Highland Heights Farm to bring fresh produce to local restaurants and farmers markets. Now they are looking to expand on that while also offering a complete wellness plan for both companies and individuals.
It is a challenging time for everyone right now. At times, life feels so surreal. We all want things to return to normal, but that just isn’t happening. At the library, we are continually researching the best ways to serve our community and never more so than during this health crisis. We ha…
Guided by their motto of “put unity back into community, and always work to be the change,” Frankfort United Neighborhoods is partnering with 7 Lights of Trepidation to host ‘Spooky Trails’ and a trunk or treat this Halloween at TPA Park in Frankfort.
The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with the not for profit Quality 360 Healthcare Alliance to bring an intensive therapeutic, evidence-based recovery treatment program inside the Clinton County Jail. Matron Ashley Kelly has been working on bringing an in-facility chemical addi…
Two years after work began, the upstairs apartments at 2 N. Main St. in downtown Frankfort are complete, and building owner Jill Snyder could not be more pleased with the results.
A library card may already be the bargain of the year. It allows you to read books, magazines and newspapers, to watch movies and to listen to audiobooks at no cost to you. This month, it can give you even more if you “Play Your Card Right!”
The Indiana Senate Republican Caucus is offering paid spring-semester internships in its communications, information technology, legal, legislative and policy offices during the 2021 session of the Indiana General Assembly, said State Sen. Brian Buchanan (R-Lebanon).
Thursday will be the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Kiwanis Club of Frankfort, and Mayor Judy Sheets made an official proclamation that the day will be known as Kiwanis Club of Frankfort Day.
In the first football match-up between the two county rivals since 1992, the Frankfort Hot Dogs earned a 53-12 win over the Clinton Prairie Gophers on Friday night at Jefferson.
Though the annual Rossville Summer’s End Festival was cancelled this year, the Rossville Wall of Fame Committee was still able to induct its Class of 2020 on Aug. 24 inside of Rossville High School.
Ted Fiock and Steve Dunlop from the Wabash Heartland Innovation Network were the featured speakers at Thursday’s Industry Leaders Luncheon at 51 West in downtown Frankfort. Fiock is the Purdue-WHIN managing director and a co-lead of the Purdue Manufacturing Gateway (PMG), and Dunlop is the m…
A resolution to adopt a paid parenting leave policy and to provide paid leave for certain qualified city employees, passed unanimously during Monday’s Frankfort Board of Public Works and Safety meeting in the Skanta Theatre on the second floor of the Frankfort Community Public Library.
The Frankfort City Council took the final two-steps to increase water rates by 53.6 percent at its council meeting on Monday night in the Skanta Theatre on the second floor of the Frankfort Public Library.
Frankfort firefighters were dispatched to reports of a fire within the rail yard near Boomer Street around 10 a.m. Sunday morning. Upon arrival, firefighters observed flames and smoke emerging from the old Roundhouse.
Family and friends of William Devin Lee Lidy gathered on the steps of Frankfort Police Department Headquarters at 2 p.m. Saturday to demonstrate their criticism of how the agency is handling an investigation of the Aug. 4 incident that led to Lidy’s eventual death on Aug. 12.
Al Remaly, superintendent of Clinton Central School Corporation, informed parents of its students via email today (Sunday) that Clinton Central Elementary will switch to remote learning for one week and that Clinton Central Jr./Sr. High School will switch to remote learning for two weeks.
The City of Frankfort announced on Tuesday that the Frankfort Fire Department has joined the free Neighbors app by Ring to help provide the Frankfort community with real-time safety information.
On Aug. 19, 1969, just a day short of two months into his tour of duty in Vietnam, Corporal Jerry Creasy was killed in action at the age of 20 in the Tay Ninh Province. An Infantryman in A Company, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry in the 25th Infantry Division of the US Army, Corporal Creasy was…
Senator Mike Braun (R-IN) made a stop in Clinton County on Wednesday afternoon to tour the construction site of NHK Seating of America’s new $38 million, 383,000-square foot facility on the southwest corner of the I-65 and Ind. 28 W. interchange.
According to a press release sent by the Perry Township Fire Department early Tuesday, crews were alerted for a semi fire with a possible explosion at the 154 mile marker of the I-65 northbound shortly after 11 p.m. Monday.