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Major Housing Development Underway in Elwood

Inside INdiana Business is reporting construction is underway on a $27 million residential development around a golf course in Elwood. Plans for Bison Ridge Estates include dozens of homes, apartments, villas and up to 48 senior living units. Mayor Todd Jones says “this development is helping to eliminate the lack of adequate housing for not…

IU Health Arnett Welcomes New Radiologist

Indiana University Health Arnett Physicians is pleased to announce Imran Kazem, MD has recently joined our Radiology department. Dr. Kazem earned his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Radiology from Beaumont Hospital. In addition, Dr. Kazem completed a fellowship in MRI & Body Imaging through the Baylor College…

Hoosier Heartland Conference Boys’ and Girls’ Track Results

Boys’ Track Hoosier Heartland Conference Team Standings Eastern 179 1/2, Clinton Prairie 101, Rossville 98, Sheridan 89, Carroll 74, Tri-Central 37, Taylor 24, Clinton Central 17 1/2. Individual Results 100 meters — 1. Turner (T-C) 11.81; 7. Hathaway (R) 12.26. 200 — 1. Spencer (E) 23.64; 8. Heidi (CC) 24.99. 400 — 1. Martin (CP)…

Howard County Sheriff’s Department Investigating Fatal Crash

At approximately 10:36 p.m. on Sunday May 6, the Howard County Sheriff Department responded to a two vehicle crash in the 5800 block West of State Road 26.  Preliminary investigation shows that a 2000 Silver GMC Yukon Denali, driven by 27 year old Adam Betzner of Kokomo, was traveling westbound on State Road 26.  Evidence…

Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Ivy Tech Community College Announce Exclusive Partnership to Aid Workforce Needs

Many Hoosiers looking for a jumpstart to begin or finish their postsecondary education now have a new opportunity through their employers. The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Ivy Tech Community College in the Achieve Your Degree program to provide discounted tuition exclusively for Indiana Chamber member companies and their full-time employees. A 5% discount will apply to…

Primary Election Voting Take Place at Eight Different Locations

Individuals wishing to vote in Tuesday’s Primary Election will have eight different vote centers to choose from in Clinton County. Voters can vote from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the following locations: Paul Philippe Resource Center/Burgen Hall, Community Schools of Frankfort Education and Administration Center, Colfax Christian Church, Rossville Ambulance Service, Kirklin Town Hall,…

IU Health and Safety Fair Held Saturday at Fairgrounds

One of the presentations at the IU Health and Safety Fair Saturday at the Clinton County Fairgrounds was the “Stop the Bleed” presentation done by IU Health Trauma Registrar and Outreach Coordinator Teresa Williams. Williams said approximately 150 such presentations has been done since last May and they are coming back to Clinton County very…

Ribbon Cutting Held for New Creekside Music Store

Fred Myers said it’s always been a lifelong dream of his to be a musician and have his own place of business where he can service a community like Frankfort. All of that is now in place following the ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday morning on his new business called Creekside Music located at 259 East…

Commissioners Approve Road Projects for County

The Clinton County Commissioners approved a road paving and improvement program put forth by Clinton County Highway Superintendent Kevin Myers Friday morning. The Commissioners approved a total package of $2,100,062.10 which will take care of roads involved in the Community Crossings Grant, chip sealing program, cold mix paving and conversions. In addition, the Community Crossings…

Off Duty Trooper Arrest Man Driving Drunk at Little League Park

Recently, Indiana State Police Sergeant T.J. Zeiser arrested Daniel Amonett, 23, Greentown, for driving while intoxicated, resisting law enforcement, public intoxication, and failure to identify. Amonett was incarcerated in the Miami County Jail. Tuesday at approximately 8:31 p.m., Sergeant Zeiser was off duty, at the Bunker Hill Little League Park, watching one of the multiple…