ISP Investigating Two Separate Bridge Accidents

The Indiana State Police are working two personal injury crashes that happened just before 9 a.m. Sunday morning. The first crash happened on the east side of Indianapolis when a west bound a semi-tractor trailer traveling on I-70 to south bound I-465 struck a bridge. This caused chunks of concrete to fall onto the east…

Commissioners Approve Bids For Three Demolitions

The Clinton County Commissioners on Friday approved two companies to do three demolitions of properties in the county. Commissioners President Scott Shoemaker said Ridenour was awarded two bids totaling $10,000 for the properties at 6374 East County Road 500 North and 2720 West County Road 550 North in Cambria. Howe Construction was the low bid…

Price Retiring From HCCCC and United Way

Carol Price has been involved in just about every public relations and philanthropic endeavor in Frankfort and Clinton County. Come next month, she has decided to give up her work in both Healthy Communities of Clinton County Coalition and the United Way. “I am retiring,” said Price Saturday at the Octoberfest event in Kirklin. “There…

KCC Preschool Students Aid Houston Preschool

The Kirklin Christian Church Preschool students continued on their mission Saturday at the Kirklin Octoberfest event to aid a Houston preschool that was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey last month. The youngsters, under the direction of Preschool Director Debbie Kouns, had a lemonade stand during the celebration. Their goal was to raise enough funds to purchase…

Healthy Communities Unveils First of Six Bike Routes

Healthy Communities of Clinton County Coalition unveiled one of three new county bike routes as nearly 20 riders took an 11-mile bike ride on the route in Kirklin Saturday. “This was our big kickoff event as now have the signs in now for all six bike routes,” said Healthy Communities Director of Operations Lorra Archibald.”There…

Science Academy at Camp Cullom: A Place of Discovery for 5th Graders

92 Acres at Camp Cullom Friday night and  Saturday turned into one giant science laboratory.  Approximately 40 5th graders selected by their teachers from Rossville, Frankfort, Clinton Central and Clinton Prairie participated in the Academy. The goal of the Camp Cullom Academy of Science is to spark and fan a burning love for Science among…

IU Health Offering Free Stop the Bleed Classes

How does one help in the wake of recent tragic events? Do you know how to save a life? Stop the Bleed is a nationwide initiative in response to incidents of shootings and penetrating trauma. Unfortunately in previous attacks, students and citizens lost their lives because of uncontrolled bleeding. IU Health Arnett has been hosting…