Kevin Keith

Squirrel To Blame For Power Outage In Frankfort

A squirrel is to blame for the Frankfort power outage today. Mike Myers is Supervisor for Frankfort City and Light and says a squirrel got into the old Covenant Academy in the 1200 block of Rossville Avenue and chewed some wires which caused a fault current. That fault made wires bounce and they became entangled…

Bonus Election Coverage

CCDN QUICK LOOK: CLINTON COUNTY: Rich Kelly came away as the winner in a four-person contest for the Clinton County Sheriff’s race Tuesday night in the Primary Election. Kelly wound up with 1,671 votes (35.77 percent), former Sheriff Mark Mitchell was second with 1,278 votes (27.35 percent). Matt Myers was third with 863 (18.47 percent)…

Clinton County Health Department Investigating Food-Borne Illness

The Clinton County Health Department and the Indiana State Department of Health are investigating multiple complaints about a potential food-borne illness outbreak in Frankfort. Jessica Fearnow with the Health Department says if you have become ill within the last 3-10 days after dining out, please contact 765-659-6385 ext. 1305. You will need to provide the…

Editorial From Rich Kelly

COOPERATION WITHOUT COMPROMISE Clinton County needs strong leadership to further develop ongoing resources and programs to assist the citizens of our community. As Sheriff, I will cooperate with church leaders, health officials, law enforcement personnel and other liaisons in the community. This means we will work together to educate, incarcerate and rehabilitate individuals until we…

Letter To The Editor

To whom it may concern: My name is Richelle Lutz. I have chose to run in the upcoming Primary for Clinton County Commissioner District 3. My family has been in Clinton County since 1830. Plotting out 80 acres in what is now commonly known as Boyleston. I live in the home my Great great grandfather…

CCDN Poll Question Of The Week

Results of the Clinton County Daily News and W-I-L-O poll asking if the city of Frankfort needs a new police station shows a somewhat split community on this issue. 56 percent of those voting said no while 44 percent said yes. Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes is currently mulling over proposals and locations.

Ag Day 2018 On Community Radio WILO

Ag Day is underway at Hoops in Frankfort. Join us until 2 PM for the latest on agricultural issues affecting our area. Jay Hawley is speaking with newsmakers in the Ag community. Ag Day on WILO AM/FM is brought to you by Ardente Dental, Dr. Jill Snyder, The Farmers Bank and Ivy Tech Community College…

CCDN Poll Results Of Downtown Parking In Frankfort

The latest poll from Clinton County Daily News shows a 50 percent majority in favor of leaving parking in downtown Frankfort as is. 21 percent of voters said they would like to see no time limit while close behind at 19 percent was those wanting to go back to a three hour time limit. Only…

Kaspar Media Points of Light Volunteer Fair

Join Kaspar Media for the Points of Light Volunteer Fair. It’s Tuesday April 17th from 4-7 pm. This year, we will be at the 4-H building at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. Nonprofit organizations are invited to communicate their mission and promote their volunteer needs. Food and drinks will be provided to all attendees with door…

Flooding Displacing Carroll County Residents

These are some photos shared with us from a listener who lives near the Oakdale Dam on the Tippecanoe River. Television reports have Red Cross shelters being set up across parts of Carroll, White and Benton counties. Keep your radio tuned to 96.9 FM W-I-L-O for the latest Skywatch Weather Forecast.