Four Injured in Tipton County Crash

At approximately 5 p.m. Tuesday, officers from the Indiana State Police and the Tipton County Sheriff’s Department responded to a two vehicle crash at the intersection of Tipton County Roads 100 North and 400 West, in which four people were injured. The preliminary crash investigation by Trooper Matt Moon revealed that Austin Hoback, 17, Sharpsville,…

Remainder of State Road 28 East to be Paved Soon

Earlier this month, the Indiana Department of Transportation paved State Road 28 East from Clay Street to just short of the jog at Hoke Avenue which left some rough parts of the road that weren’t taken care of on Hoke and up to Walmart on Wabash Avenue. Since that time, there has a lot of…

Trash Will Not Be Collected on Fourth of July

Due to the landfill being closed, there will be no trash collection on Tuesday, July 4 with Street Department crews doing double pick up on Monday, July 3 for those residents living in the southwest and northwest sections of the City.   Trash may be picked up earlier than what it normally might be for…

Farmers Bank Hires Senior Financial Analyst

The Farmers Bank is pleased to announce that Steve Davis joined the bank on June 9, 2017, as Senior Financial Analyst.  Steve has over 30 years of experience in Finance, Accounting and Cash Management. He was the Controller at Citizens Savings Bank in Frankfort for 16 years, Controller at St. Vincent Frankfort Hospital for 4…

State Unveils 10-Year Agriculture Strategic Plan

Food and agriculture has been a driving force in Indiana’s economy since it became a state 200 years ago and remains one of the leading industries today.. According to the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service, there are 57,500 farming operations across the state, and Indiana ranks 11th in the nation in agricultural sales. In order…

Community Events

The following is a list of community events going on in Frankfort and all of Clinton County:   VOLUNTEER MUSEUM WORK HOURS HAVE CHANGED AT THE CLINTON COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OLD STONEY. THE FRANKFORT LIONS CLUB TEAM OF VOLUNTEERS IS HELPING PUT THE MUSEUM BACK TOGETHER AND WILL BE WORKING…