Witham Health Services is offering Telehealth and Virtual Visits to its patients. You can now talk to you physician from your mobile device or computer in the convenience and comfort of your own home. Please call your Witham physician’s office or Witham’s Convenient Care for more information…

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Concerned with the amount of traffic seen in the county as warm weather starts to return, Clinton County Commissioners released a statement Thursday evening asking the public to adhere to the stay-at-home guidelines ordered by Gov. Eric Holcomb on March 23.

The Clinton County Family YMCA received a $44,000 matching grant from the Community Foundation of Clinton County on Thursday. The YMCA raised the other half of the $88,000 which will be used to purchase a new pool filtration system. On Feb. 29, the YMCA hosted a “Leap-In Aquathon” to help ra…

With Easter Sunday approaching and many congregations contemplating how to continue to worship together during the CONVID-19 pandemic, Clinton County Health Officer Stephen D. Tharp, M.D. issued a statement requesting that churches limit religious gatherings to virtual experiences and avoid …

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With the temporary closure of school buildings across the state due to the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers have had to adapt to the protracted use of e-learning, in which they use videoconferencing and a variety of other online resources to keep their students on track.

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When the Clinton County Family YMCA had to close to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some members who had been participating in one or more of the Y’s various workout classes may have thought they were off the hook.

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The Clinton County Emergency Management Agency is asking for assistance from the public and any manufacturer who is willing to help with the shortage of PPE masks for our public safety personnel.

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Frankfort Main Street and the Clinton County Chamber of Commerce have planned a conference call to help inform local businesses on the newly passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economy Security Act (CARES Act).

As the coronavirus pandemic spread across our nation in March, the importance of local grocers became even more apparent. Suddenly, they faced record traffic in their stores due to residents stocking up on food and supplies in anticipation of having to shelter in place.

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Clinton County Health Department Administrator Rodney Wann announced on Sunday night that a Clinton County Call Center would begin taking calls from county residents at 10 a.m. March 30.

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The Frankfort Community Public Library closed to the public two weeks ago along with branches in Michigantown, Mulberry and Rossville, but library staff have still been providing resources and recommendations that patrons can use while staying at home through the COVID pandemic.

A Chicago man is facing multiple charges after fleeing law enforcement and hiding naked in a field before being arrested in the early hours Friday morning in Clinton County.

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Among workers who are keeping essential services running smoothly during the Governor’s stay-at-home order are the City of Frankfort’s Street Department workers. Each week, they continue to pick up trash and recycling while trying their best to keep themselves and the families they come home…

The Farmers Bank is pleased to announce that Theda Anderson has been inducted into the Indiana Bankers Association Forty Year Banker Club. The Indiana Bankers Association salutes the Forty Year Banker Club members who have dedicated at least 40 years of service to the banking industry. We th…

Farmers National Company, the nation’s leading farm and ranch management and brokerage company, is pleased to announce that Kyle Rule, AFM, was recently recognized with membership in the Farmers National Company President’s Circle.

According to a press release sent by the Clinton County Commissioners, Dr. Stephen Tharp of the Clinton County Health Department notified the commissioners that Clinton County has its first confirmed case of COVID-19.

Frankfort Parks Department announced that all city-owned playgrounds and basketball courts will be closed effective immediately and will remain closed until further notice to comply with measures outlined by state officials.The closure of playground facilities and basketball courts is intend…

The Clinton County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution to reestablish the Cumulative Courthouse Fund during a Thursday morning meeting that was livestreamed via YouTube through a link on the county’s website.

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With the nation facing a shortage of protective masks, Pam Toney and her family have stepped up to produce homemade masks to help fill the need.

There is an ancient blessing that works equally well as a curse: “May you live in interesting times.” We live in a time such as that. It has come upon us quickly and relentlessly. In December there were small stories of a deadly disease half a world away beginning to spread and now that same…

Governor Eric Holcomb’s executive order requiring citizens to stay at home began at 11:59 a.m. Tuesday night. The order remains in force until 11:59 p.m. on April 6, 2020, but it can be extended or modified by the Governor at any time.

In a letter sent by General Manager Todd Corrie, Frankfort Utilities is warning the public to not flush disinfecting wipes, so-called “flushable” wipes, napkins or paper towels down toilets and to throw them away instead.

David Reginer MD, an IU Health Department Chair in Frankfort, spoke with The Times on Monday about what steps residents can take to help keep IU Health Frankfort and its emergency department ready for a possible influx of patients due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Local not-for-profits, service clubs, businesses and industries came together to help feed families facing food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic with food distribution at three different sites Monday in Frankfort.

The Clinton County Commissioners have instructed Clinton County Emergency Management Agency Director Darrell Sanders to implement the county’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan via executive order.

Frankfort Mayor Judith Sheets announced through a Monday afternoon press release a list of changes “to ensure the health and well-being of city employees and community members.”

With hospitals across the nation taking measures to reduce the stress of a surge of COVID-19 cases, many are promoting the use of existing “telemedicine” practices.

Shift supervisor Curtis Herring had just signed in for another 12-hour day shift with his team of Brandon Clark, Matt Henley and trainee Gloria Leonard when a 911 call came in at 6:55 a.m. Wednesday at Clinton County Central Dispatch.

Originally planned for distribution on multiple days, local organizations are now planning to hand out meals to help families dealing with food insecurities on March 23.

Mayor Judith Sheets announced Wednesday afternoon that all City of Frankfort public meetings will be canceled through April 4, 2020.

In a continued effort to protect its police officers and office specialists, the Frankfort Police Department will be closing the front lobby.

Community Schools of Frankfort has been keeping its students fed with its “Grab and Go” meals on each e-learning day while school is out during the COVID-19 outbreak.

With the restrictions communicated to the public regarding public gatherings due to the coronavirus, the Clinton County Commissioners were faced with a decision regarding the solar farm overlay at its

Since Gov. Eric Holcomb announced a list of directives aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 on Monday, local restaurant and bars have been scrambling to cope with the loss of dine-in customers.

The City of Frankfort Municipal Utilities has enacted a suspension of service disconnects due to non-payment. This action will not only help customers who are facing a hardship due to the lack of income during this time, but will also limit in-person interactions between company employees an…

The Frankfort Community Public Library and branches in Michigantown, Mulberry and Rossville are temporarily closed and will reopen April 6. We ask that patrons keep their checked out materials until we reopen. There will be no fines or fees charged.

In response to rising concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the Clinton County Family YMCA announced additional restrictions that took affect Tuesday at 950 S. Maish Road in Frankfort.

The Clinton County Commissioners established the Clinton County Redevelopment Authority during its regular meeting Tuesday morning in the courthouse.

Clinton County and the City of Frankfort held a joint press conference in the courthouse Friday afternoon during which Clinton County Health Officer Dr. Steve Tharp announced closings for each school in the county. Various local officials were in attendance, including Frankfort Mayor Judy Sh…