Lego Ninjago Movie Postponed to July 17

Due to bad weather in the forecast this Friday evening, the Frankfort Parks Department’s showing of Lego Ninjago is being rescheduled to Tuesday, July 17, at dusk in the Shelter #5 area by the TPA Park pool.  This was to be the first of four movies to be shown this year. Other movies and dates are: “Coco”…

Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium Bringing All Hazards Preparedness for Animals in Disasters Course to Franklin

How to plan and prepare for an animal, agriculture or food-related disaster is essential for rural first responders. Understanding how to protect, respond to, and recover from disasters involving agriculture or food safety in rural communities is one of the first steps in developing an emergency operations plan for this type of disaster. Rural first…

Nine Contestants Competing in Clinton County Queen Contest

The Clinton County & 4-H Fair Queen Contest will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday in the 4-H Building at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. “We have nine contestants this year and that’s as many contestants as we’ve had in a long time,” said Clinton County Fair Council Chairman Jamie Blacker after Wednesday night’s meeting. “We’re…

Prairie School Board Hears About New Graduation Requirements

The Clinton Prairie School Board heard a presentation Tuesday night on the new graduation pathway requirements which all students in the Class of 2023, or those starting in eighth grade this fall, will have to satisfy in order to graduate. “High schools across Indiana are working towards meeting the new graduation requirements,” said Clinton Prairie…

Center Township Trustee Signs Community Agreement

The Center Township Trustees office solidified their commitment to working with over 40 community organizations on Wednesday. Center Township Trustee Kevin Evans says he has been working on this for nearly a year. The group will also meet quarterly to determine the needs in the community and match programs to meet needs. The meeting was…

Rural Indiana Facing ‘Have/Have-Not Situation’

The chief executive officer of Indianapolis-based Indiana Fiber Network LLC calls the 16-year-old broadband internet provider “a great Hoosier success story.” IFN, which was launched with a focus on high-speed connectivity for 20 rural telephone companies, now includes some 4,000 buildings throughout the state plugged-in through a network of more than 4,500 miles of fiber.…

$2.6 Million Grant to Expand Purdue Physics Research

Inside INdiana Business is reporting the U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a $2.6 million grant to fund the High Energy Physics Group at Purdue University. The school says the grant will support the expansion of ongoing research in elementary particle physics. The High Energy Physics Group collaborates with scientists throughout the world on the…

Clinton County Relay for Life Scheduled for June 30

Join the Clinton County Relay for Life Celebration as they celebrated their 20th anniversary supporting cancer research and remembering those who are living and have lived with cancer. There are many ways you can participate. Participants, volunteers and cheerful, loving advocates are needed. Join the Relay for Life Team to honors those 20-year survivors and…