Russ Kaspar

Nearly 100 Ride Santa Express Friday Night

There was a buzz of activity on the Frankfort Square Friday Evening.  Frankfort Main Street’s Santa Express was busy giving sightseers round trip rides from the Downtown Gazebo “terminal” at Memorial Park through the TPA Park lights and back. The Square was alive with the of activity of children, visits with Santa Clause, the bustle…

Frankfort Fortissimo Choir Spreads Christmas Cheer

Frankfort’s Fortissimo Choir Thursday stopped by Arborwood to perform for the Frankfort Rotary Club Noon Christmas party.  Santa (Shanta-Shan Sheridan) Claus and the Choir kept spirits bright at the gathering complete with sing-alongs and jokes from Santa on which Rotarians got coal for Christmas. The Frankfort Fortissimo Choir is comprised of Freshmen through Senior Students…

51 W. Has First Light

The lights went on this morning for the first scheduled event at 51 W and the last Clinton County Chamber of Commerce board meeting of the year. The venue for the Chamber board meeting Tuesday morning was at 51 W.  The entire building is not done yet, but the front meeting room was a perfect…

Colfax Historical Society Looking For Colfax School Connections

The Colfax Historical Society is reaching out to people who started their education at Colfax Elementary and then continued their education at Clinton Prairie Jr/Sr High School. Earlier this year, the CHS contacted graduates of Colfax High School, asking them for their support of the Colfax Historical Society. The current focus is “an outreach to…

Shop With A Cop Brightens Lives Of 50 Children In Clinton County

From President Hall & Lance Pickrell On Saturday December 9th,  the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #69 performed their annual Shop with a Cop. Collectively with the help of the great community and citizens of Clinton County we were able to assist 17 families totaling approximately 50 children. We would sincerely like to thank all…

Just Say “Symphony” At Barnes and Noble

Barnes and Noble is donating to the Lafayette Symphony this weekend.  All you need to do is say “Symphony” at the register and you will help the Lafayette Symphony continue to provide performances designed to delight the entire Lafayette region. Symphony Guild President Ann Dogar invites Clinton County and surrounding community to consider the benefits…

Self Serve Coin Machine Installed At The Farmers Bank

Have you ever raided your piggy bank to buy gifts for Christmas or to get ready for a vacation?  Businesses and individuals alike sometimes need to take all those pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters and turn them into something foldable. The Farmers Bank today installed a new Cummins Allison Self Serve Coin machine.  Put your…

Last Radio Auction For 2017 Wednesday Morning

Karen Butcher and Kevin Keith take to the airwaves on WILO AM/FM Wednesday at 10:05 AM.  The WILO radio auction will clear out: *Certificates to your favorite area restaurants, * Trailer from TC Trailers, *Gas Dryer from Martin Brothers in Russiaville, *Remote Start car starter, *Car Detail Certificates *MUCH more…check out www.thebargainman.com and click “ALL”…

Memorial Services To Be Held For Former Teacher Marilyn Ransom

Marilyn Mast Ransom, 72, of Frankfort, died at 4:40 a.m. December 4, 2017 at Wesley Manor.  She was born June 24, 1945 in Frankfort, Ind., to George E. & Martha (Stine) Mast.  She married Thomas V. Ransom on August 21, 1966 in Frankfort and he survives. Marilyn was a 1963 graduate of Frankfort High School and…