Frankfort pilot John Hinshaw was recognized for his service, dedication and volunteerism as a volunteer pilot on Wednesday.

"Well, life is a constant struggle between being an individual and being a member of the community” – from “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian” by Sherman Alexie.

The Clinton County Civic Theatre is back and ready to present “The Wild Women of Winedale” Oct. 7-10 in the Elizabeth O’Rear Skanta Theatre on the second floor of the Frankfort Community Public Library.

On what would have been his 100th birthday – August 14, 2021 – Carroll Johnson’s life was celebrated by the Clinton County Historical Society at its museum on the second floor of Old Stoney.

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Steve Tegarden was walking down the hallway at work on the morning of September 11, 2001 when he came across some of his colleagues at the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office watching a newscast. Something horrible had happened. He thought that maybe it was a terrible accident. But then the seco…

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Prairie Creek Park will host acrobats, jugglers, magic, comedy, music, food and even a game show during Frankfort Main Street’s Fall Harvest Festival from 4-10 p.m. Saturday in downtown Frankfort.

A library card is a key to endless entertainment. 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!” In celebration of September being National Library Card…

Rossville High School’s Class of 2020 unveiled the school’s newest monument on August 28 during the Summer’s End Festival.

Clinton County Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Judy Sheets celebrated the opening of another new business with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 27 Leaves Boutique on Sept. 1 at 2455 E. Wabash St. in Frankfort.

CCSWCD recruiting volunteers for S. Fork Wildcat Creek Stream Monitoring Blitz

During the Healthy Communities of Clinton County and Clinton County Healthy Department’s joint open house and ribbon-cutting event on August 23, the healthy department’s immunization clinic was dedicated to Dr. Stephen Tharp, Clinton County’s health officer. It is now known as the Dr. Stephe…

Dave Allen’s Owen Valley Community High School class was interrupted on Tuesday morning, but this break in routine wasn’t the normal message from the office or a late arriving student. Allen’s class became the impromptu site for a surprise presentation from local state legislator Bob Heaton …

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The Learning Network of Clinton County’s citizenship course celebrated two new graduates on August 27 at 1111 S. Jackson St. in Frankfort. Upon graduation from the Learning Network of Clinton County’s course, Maribel Valdez and Carmen Reynoso are ready to pass their tests and become naturali…

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Those who we have lost to overdose were remembered at an Overdose Awareness event hosted by Center Township and the Frankfort Police Department on Tuesday at Prairie Creek Park in downtown Frankfort.

Owen Union Extension Homemakers meet

CCSWCD recruiting volunteers for S. Fork Wildcat Creek Stream Monitoring Blitz

Life Around Rossville Schools (LARS) inducted its third class into the Rossville High School Wall of Fame during the Summer’s End Festival on Saturday at Rossville Junior-Senior High School.

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Frankfort Rotary Club brought many other local organizations together for the Heroes of Hope event Saturday at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. Families that attended were able to get free food, clothing, hygiene products, shoes and socks, health screenings, safety items, Bibles, COVID vaccin…

Frankfort Eagles #976 supported Clinton House’s effort to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association by presenting the local business with a $500 check on August 20. Clinton House had a lemonade stand fundraiser.

The Clinton County Chamber of Commerce hosted its monthly Industry Leaders Luncheon on Thursday in the conference room at Healthy Communities of Clinton County at 1234 Rossville Avenue in Frankfort.

The Clinton County School Safety Commission conducted its summer meeting Thursday morning at the Community Schools of Frankfort Education and Administration Center. On this meeting’s agenda was a presentation on cybersecurity by Steve Ricketts, Director of Technical Services for Roeing IT So…

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Each Tuesday since the start of August, local musicians have taken advantage of the opportunity to express their selves during Open Mic Night at Prairie Creek Park in downtown Frankfort.

Rossville UMC Chicken & Noodle Dinner set for Aug. 28

“Out of an abundance of caution and with the safety of our staff and the public in mind, the Frankfort Community Public Library and its branch locations are returning to a requirement to properly wear a face mask in our facilities,” Library Director Gregg Williamson said. “This is based on C…

Less than a week after the tragic events that played out at NHK Seating of America’s new plant at I-65 and Ind. 28, the community has stepped up to provide people with ways to help the family of Promise Mays and Pamela Sledd, who were killed on Aug. 18.

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Local kids were able to enjoy another Circle Park Bicycle Race on Saturday after it was cancelled in 2020 and delayed this year.

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Healthy Communities of Clinton County and the Clinton County Health Department were finally able to catch their collective breath long enough to celebrate their new location at 1234 Rossville Avenue with an Open House and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony on Monday afternoon.

Rossville UMC Chicken & Noodle Dinner set for Aug. 28

Rossville UMC Chicken & Noodle Dinner set for Aug. 28

Testing for COVID-19 at the Clinton County Health Department’s drive-through site at the Emergency Management Agency Office (at the south end of the Clinton County Fairgrounds) has increased tenfold over the last two weeks according to health department administrator Rodney Wann.

Phase two of the Washington Avenue Project is well underway, and City of Frankfort Street Superintendent Jason Forsythe hopes to see drivers using the major thoroughfare again before the winter.

Rossville UMC Chicken & Noodle Dinner set for Aug. 28

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Two women are dead, and a man is in custody after a shooting in the parking lot of the new NHK Seating of America plant at Ind. 28 and I-65 in Clinton County.

The life of Carroll Johnson was celebrated inside the Clinton County Historical Society Museum on Saturday on the second floor of Old Stoney in Frankfort.

Friends and family of Colonel Andrew A. Crum surprised him with a retirement party Thursday at the Angry Donkey Restaurant and Pub in Michigantown.

Indiana’s Secretary of State, Holli Sullivan, made a stop in Clinton County on Tuesday to speak with Clinton County Clerk Rhea Harris and her staff. The visit was part of Secretary Sullivan’s Listening Tour as she speaks with Clerks from each of Indiana’s 92 counties.

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The Colfax Historical Society Museum had its Grand Opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony last weekend during the Old Hickory Days Festival in Colfax.

As more is learned about the Delta variant of COVID-19, Dr. Stephen Tharp, the Clinton County Health Officer, urges county residents to get vaccinated and renew practices such as masking and social-distancing.

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Learning Network of Clinton County welcomed the community to its annual Open House on Monday evening at 1111 S. Jackson St in Frankfort.

Kelly Miller assumed the role of publisher for Paxton Media Group’s Central Indiana News Group (which The Times is a member of) on Aug. 2.

Clinton County Central dispatch received 911 calls at approximately 3:37 p.m. Thursday for a two-vehicle personal injury crash, with ejection, at Co. Road 700 N. and Co. Road 200 E.

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Hundreds of Clinton County residents turned out to Prairie Creek Park for National Night Out on Tuesday evening in downtown Frankfort.

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Just in time for the July 30 opening day of this year’s Hot Dog Festival, Fresitas Artisan Ice Cream celebrated its Grand Opening at its new location at 61 W. Washington St. At times, customers were lined up outside waiting to buy the frozen traditional Mexican desserts.

The first day of school got off to a smooth start at all Community Schools of Frankfort schools on Thursday. Students in kindergarten and grades 3, 6 and 9 were welcomed and greeted by their teachers and administrators at the front doors. Orientation activities were planned for students to g…