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Intoxicated Woman Clocked at 116 MPH With Child in Car

At approximately 2 p.m. Monday, Indiana State Trooper Jesse Reason initiated a traffic stop on a 2017 Dodge Challenger on U.S. 31 near Fulton County Road 100 North. The Dodge was allegedly traveling southbound at 116 miles per hour in a posted 60 miles per hour zone. As Trooper Reason approached the driver’s side of…

Former Town Marshal Arrested on Five Criminal Charges

On Monday, a criminal investigation by Indiana State Police Detective Josh Maller resulted in the arrest of former Bunker Hill Town Marshal Randal Aaron Dague, 30, Wabash, IN. Dague was arrested at his home when Indiana State Police Trooper Jon Cole served him with a Miami County arrest warrant. The warrant alleged four felony counts…

Girl Scouts Take Action, Improve Roadside, Learn Important Lesson

Clinton County Daily News and WILO 96.9 has learned about the good news (and bad news) from one of the area Girl Scout Troops.  The following report is based on a report from Kendra Weaver, Girl Scout Leader in the area: ———————————— Our Girl Scout Cadettes went and picked up trash along the fields for…

Todd Rokita Makes Campaign Stop in Downtown Frankfort

Todd Rokita kicked off the early stages of his 50-Town ‘Defeat The Elite’ Tour with a stop in Frankfort Monday morning along with other stops in Lebanon and Lafayette. Rokita, a conservative for the United States Senate, made one thing perfectly clear during his campaign stop at the Downtown Diner in downtown Frankfort. “This is…

Community Clean-Up With a Cop Set for Dorner Park Tonight

Clinton County Central Dispatch has announced that residents can join members of the Frankfort Police Department for an awesome volunteer opportunity to help pick up trash, sticks, and miscellaneous debris at Dorner Park Monday (tonight) from 5-7 p.m. All supplies will be furnished. Come join us!

Police Looking for Second Suspect in Wabash County Murder

At approximately 9:29 a.m. on April 25, officers from the Wabash County Sheriff’s Department responded to a 911 call reporting a possible death at 123 Clear Creek Drive, Lafontaine, IN.Upon entering the house, officers found the body of Jordon Richards, 22. Richards lived at the residence. A joint criminal investigation was initiated with detectives from…

Kokomo Police Looking for Help in Counterfeiting Case

Kokomo Police Department is conducting investigations where local businesses received counterfeit currency in exchange for merchandise. On April 13, at approximately 8 p.m., Domino’s Pizza, 2134 North Washington Street reported an employee delivered pizzas to a west side apartment complex and was paid with several counterfeit bills.  The employee described the suspect as a white…

Yoga in the Park Scheduled to Begin May 12

Beginning Saturday, May 12, ‘Yoga in the Park” will be offered on alternating Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. in TPA Park for yoga enthusiasts and those interested in starting yoga. According to Parks Superintendent Travis Sheets, the City is partnering with Kate Greeno of IMperfect Yoga to offer the classes on the following Saturdays: May 12 and…

IU Report Offers Suggestions to Fix Opioid Crisis

Inside INdiana Business is reporting that as part of the ongoing Responding to the Addictions Crisis Grand Challenge initiative, Indiana University researchers have released a series of recommendations designed to reduce the effects of the state’s opioid epidemic. The report includes strategies for local, state and federal government officials involving: prioritizing harm reduction, removing legal…

Indiana Landmarks Announces List of 10 Most Endangered

Indiana Landmarks Monday announced the 10 Most Endangered, an annual list of Hoosier landmarks in jeopardy. The list includes a college campus, an eccentric estate, an unusual barn, a basketball palace, and more. “We put places on the endangered list to raise awareness and find ways to save them,” says Marsh Davis, president of the…