Remedies Recommended for ‘Sad State’ of NCAA Basketball

Inside INdiana Business is reporting the chair of an outside commission has detailed a series of recommendations designed to help clean up NCAA men’s basketball. Wednesday in Indianapolis, Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice summarized a report that focused on four elements the commission said need to be addressed to right long-term issues that have led to…

Suspicious Death Investigation Going On in Wabash County

At approximately 9:29 a.m. Wednesday, officers from the Wabash County Sheriff’s Department responded to a 911 call reporting a possible death at 123 Clear Creek Drive, Lafontaine, IN. Upon entering the house, officers found the body of Jordan Richards, 22. Richards lived at the residence. At the request of the Wabash County Sheriff’s Department, a…

Four 4th District Republican Leaders Endorse Steve Braun

Four additional Republican leaders representing parts of the 4th Congressional District have announced they will be supporting Conservative Businessman Steve Braun in his race for Congress. Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes, State Representative Heath Van Natter, Kokomo Councilman Tom Miklik, and State Senator Rick Niemeyer endorsed Braun’s campaign thirteen days ahead of the May 8th Primary. “The endorsements…

County Health Department Awarded Narcan Rescue Kits

The Clinton County Health Department in partnership with Healthy Communities of Clinton County has received a supply of overdose rescue kits from the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) to distribute to the community in an effort to help prevent fatal opioid overdoses. The kits contain naloxone hydrochloride, a non-narcotic medication that reverses the life-threatening…

Railroad Crossing Removal Will Aid Washington Avenue Project

Thanks to some help from State Representative Heath VanNatter and Clinton County Commissioners President Josh Uitts, the Washington Avenue road project got a little bit easier Monday night with the announcement of some railroad tracks that will be coming up. “It’s something we’ve really been working hard with the state and Norfolk Southern in regards…

Survey Shows Indiana Remains a Top State for Cover Crops

Indiana farmers planted 970,000 acres of cover crops in 2017, according to a recent survey. Cover crops are now the third-most planted crop in the state, next to corn and soybeans. “With the late harvest and heavy rains farmers experienced last fall, seeing close to one million acres of cover crops growing is no small accomplishment and worth…

All-Star Game Scholarship Fundraiser Set for Saturday

Clinton County high school senior boys will take on their alumni counterparts in an all-star basketball game to raise funds for those involved in the game who have applied to the Battle of the Badges Scholarship Program this Saturday, April 28 at the Clinton Central Junior/Senior High School varsity basketball gymnasium.   Available at the…