Russ Kaspar

Land Auction for 155.27 Acres On November 8

155.27 Acres of Land near Michigantown and Cyclone will be up for bid Thursday November 8 at 6:30 PM at the 4-H Building on the Clinton County Fairgrounds.  The land is available in three different tracts. One tract is located two and one half miles east of Michigantown and the other two tracts are located…

Chili Supper Open House Saturday At Camp Cullom

The leaves are bursting into beautiful fall colors. Right on cue, Camp Cullom is holding thier annual Chili Supper and Observatory/Camp Open House this Saturday October 13 from 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM. Camp Cullom is a 90 acre Camp owned by the youth of Clinton County.  With nearly 25,000 visitors a year, Camp Cullom…

First Prom In Clinton County For Special Needs: Video and Pictures

by Gena Carson The Autism Society of Indiana, Clinton County Support Group held their 1st Annual Special Needs Family Prom on Saturday night at the Clinton County Fairgrounds, 4-H building. With nearly 100 individuals in attendance organizers of the event were pleased with the turn out. When asked, one of the attendees said, “she has…

Camp Cullom Academy of Science for 5th Graders Held Today

Selected 5th graders from all over Clinton County gathered at Camp Cullom Saturday for an all-expense paid day of discovery.  Talented 5th graders with a knack for Science gathered at the Camp Cullom Nature Center filled with hands-on projects. —The Weather and Climate Project by Steve Smith, EAPS, Purdue University (Earth, Atmosphere and Planetary Science)…

Clinton Central vs. Attica Football Photos and Video

Clinton Central traveled to Attica and was handed a lose Friday evening in a game that left a lot of the field on the uniforms in a  Bulldog-Red Rambler muddy battle. For Pictures of the Varsity Football Game by Erick Dircks: CLICK HERE Facebook Users: CLICK HERE Erick Dircks produced a whistle to whistle video…

A Life Of Giving: 28 Gallons Of Blood Donated

Long time Clinton County resident Ray Jean Batts died at 95.  In his lifetime, he walked thousands of miles as a Frankfort Mail Carrier, served in World War 2 and the Korean Conflict and managed to donate 28 gallons of Blood to the American Red Cross. If Ray Jean Batts typical visit resulted in a…

Bulldogs Defeat Cougars In Exciting Finish: Photos and Video

In high school football action, the Clinton Central Bulldogs defeated the Carroll Cougars Friday night in a close 34-26 match up. Don Stock and Karl Kerchival provided LIVE play by play coverage on WILO 96.9 FM and WILO AM 1570. Erick Dircks was there to capture the game in photos and video. For photos of…

WILO Senior Fair Photos, Videos and Other Highlights

The 29th Annual Senior Fair is now history. The Main Street Express was used for the first time at the Fair to Shuttle Seniors from the High School Parking lot to the Senior Fair located at the Community Life Center behind the First Church of the Nazarene. Fair Parking is so congested that the shuttle…

Class of ‘68 Holds 50th Reunion At Moose Lodge

In 1968 Dr. Christian Barnard performed the first heart transplant that was successful, the Big Mac went on sale for the first time at McDonalds, the Boeing 747 made its first flight, Martin Luther King was assassinated and 911 telephone service starting in the United States. The Frankfort Class of ‘68 also graduated.  This class…

Suncrest Walks and Jogs For Bucks Friday September 28

It’s called the “Dawg Jog”. In 2014 the Suncrest PTO decided instead of selling cookie dough or garbage bags, kids could take pledges and walk around the 1/4 mile walking path at Suncrest Elementary School. Mindy Suite, Suncrest PTO president, said the goal for walking pledges this year is $6,000.  If each student is able…