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The City of Frankfort and its Street Department took time on Friday to honor Russ Anderson for his longtime service to the department and his large role in the city’s recycling program. From Friday forward, the recycling building at 905 Burlington Ave. will be known as the Russ Anderson Recy…

Frankfort Moose Lodge #7 is raising $40,000 to replace the roof of its current location at 2880 E. Wabash St., and it needs only $8,000 more to meet that goal.

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The Clinton County Youth Theatre is busy working on an all-new production form – an Audio Drama Podcast. This is the first time CCYT has tried recording a podcast, so Director Anthony Bacon spoke about the cast’s experience.

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The Community Schools of Frankfort Board of School Trustees discussed the current state of K-12 public education funding with State Senator Brian Buchanan (R-District 7) during an hour-long public work session Thursday evening at the CSF Education and Administration Center in Frankfort.

The Farmers Bank is pleased to announce that Stephanie Buntin has been named Senior Financial Analyst. Stephanie joined the bank in April 2002 as a Retail Loan Administrative Assistant. She has also served the bank as a Senior Credit Analyst. She was later promoted to Comptroller, a position…

Frankfort Firefighters were dispatched to a fully involved structure fire in the 500 block of N. Hoke Ave. at approximately 9:40 p.m. on Tuesday, April 6. Upon arrival, firefighters found smoke and flames visible from a detached garage.

The City of Frankfort announced Tuesday that new parking restrictions will be enforced on E. Jefferson St. between Catterlin St. and Clay St. and on E. Morrison St. from Clay St. to Sims St. beginning on April 12 in Frankfort. Parking will only be permitted on the north side of these streets…

With Distracted Driving Awareness Month underway, Frankfort Police Department joined law enforcement agencies across the state and nation for a one-day (24-hour) enforcement campaign called Connect 2 Disconnect. On April 8, officers conducted high-visibility patrols to remind motorists about…

Residential mortgage lender Ruoff Mortgage announced that Laura Mullen was the top loan originator for their Lafayette office for the year of 2020. The top spot in each branch office is based on the number of closed loans during the year. She was also named Most Improved Originator company-w…

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The Clinton County Health Department announced Monday a couple changes to COVID testing at the Edward Jones Community Building on the Clinton County and 4-H Fairgrounds at 1701 S. Jackson St. in Frankfort.

The Center of Hope at Indiana University Health Arnett offers victims of sexual and physical abuse a safe space to receive treatment and care after an assault. Now the program has extended to both IU Health Frankfort and IU Health White Memorial hospitals, ensuring patients have close-to-hom…

The Community Schools of Frankfort Board of School Trustees will meet with State Senator Brian Buchanan (R-D7) during a 6 p.m. public work session Thursday inside the CSF Education and Administration Center at 2400 E. Wabash St.

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Artistic Director Michael J. Taylor today announced Thursday the lineup for the 2021 season at the Red Barn Summer Theatre. The three-show season will include “Who’s in Bed with The Butler?,” Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” and the musical comedy, “The Marvelous Wonderettes.”

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For over 137 years, the Clinton County Courthouse has not only been part of Frankfort’s history but has been witness to the ever-changing downtown throughout the generations. Standing among the original wooden structures that surrounded the square to the larger brick-and-mortar buildings tha…

Rossville senior Megan Wilson was among the 40 high school students recently named a 2021 Indiana Academic All-Star by the Indiana Association of School Principals. Fifty other students were recognized as Academic All-Star Regional Honorees. The students were selected from a field of 270 nom…

Frankfort Unified Neighborhood’s Easter Eggstravaganza will begin at noon Saturday, April 3 at the old Kyger property on the 300 block of S. Third Street in Frankfort.

Did you know that music is one of the first intelligences to develop? Did you know that music is an immersive experience that involves the whole brain? Music-lovers often claim a personal connection to specific genres, melodies and lyrics. At Frankfort Community Public Library, we understand…

Monday was the first day that Hoosiers age 30 and older were able to schedule a free COVID-19 vaccine through the Indiana State Department of Health, and nearly 79,000 Hoosiers ages 30 to 39 signed up on their first day of their eligibility.

The Frankfort Police Department recently announced the results of the overtime patrols that were conducted in March to prevent dangerous and impaired driving. During the month-long crackdown, officers issued 20 tickets and made six arrests in Frankfort.

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Kevin Evans decided to work for Abilities Services, Inc. in December of 2019, and his role has only expanded with ASI over the course of the last year.

Deputies from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office responded to a two-vehicle crash with injury at approximately 6:23 p.m. Friday on Co. Road 400 E., just north of Co. Road 250 S.

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Creekside Music at 259 E. Clinton St. in Frankfort has been a stop for both musicians and those who enjoy music since Fred Myers opened the business on May 5, 2018. Myers offered his stringed instrument repair and restoration business (S.I.R. Restro, Inc.) as well as lessons, a small shop an…

The Farmers Bank is preparing for access disruption to the Walnut Street entrance for the drive-up. Beginning Monday, March 29 access to the drive-up will be directed to our Main Street entrance in preparation for the Ind. 28 project in Frankfort.

The Indiana Department of Transportation announced earlier this week that work will begin in early April for a road rehabilitation project on Ind. 28 in Frankfort from approximately Co. Road 200 W. to S. Hoke Ave.

What an interesting year it has been! The FCPL Children’s Department staff has been busy coming up with creative, new ideas for how we can offer our young patrons the services that they need while still being safe. With our virtual programs we have been able to offer our patrons programs the…

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Antonio Jesus Medrano born March 18

Monday was the first day that Indiana residents ages 40-44 were able to schedule appointments to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine through the Indiana State Department of Health. They join healthcare workers, first responders, Preschool through Grade 12 educators and school staff, and older Ho…

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When Bryan Helm bought the Glover’s Ice Cream business, one of the things he least expected to happen was a worldwide pandemic. However, a year later, Helm and his staff have shown the ability to handle this challenge head on with new ideas to lead the company to more success.

The Frankfort Street Department is offering free drop-off at their facility at 905 Burlington Ave. during the week of the city’s Operation Spring Clean Up for Frankfort residents and individuals who pay a user fee. The service is not available for businesses.

The picturesque 100-year-old cattle barn bordered by bean and corn fields just off E. Co. Road 150 S. in Clinton County will once again be filled with light, music and laughter this summer after being required to “go dark” for the 2020 season by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Board of Directors …

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Frankfort Eagles Lodge #976 recently donated $1,500 to the Fraternal Order of Police to help support the purchase of a SWAT high-resolution sniper scope as well as a K9 training tool.

During Indiana University Health’s 2018 community health needs assessment, substance use disorder (SUD) was identified as a community priority health need. Before the COVID-19 epidemic, nearly one in 12 Indiana residents suffered from SUD. Since the pandemic’s arrival, that number continues …

The Bankable Building at 407 N. Main St. in Frankfort is the site of a “pop-up market” this weekend as many local businesses wrap-up their annual Spring Fling sales.

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The City of Frankfort announced Thursday that the long-awaited grand opening of Prairie Creek Park has been scheduled for Saturday, May 22 at 260 E. Washington St. After a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Mayor Judy Sheets and city council representatives will host a reception for park sponsors and …

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