Watch Out for Slow-Moving Farm Equipment

Harvest season is officially underway, which means more slow-moving farm equipment will be on Indiana’s rural roads. To keep Hoosiers safe this year, state agencies are asking motorists to be alert, patient and responsible, as they share the road with these large vehicles. “With more than 14 million acres of farmland, this is a busy…

High School Tennis Courts Renamed in Dedication Ceremony

A huge overflow crowd attended the a very special ceremony for a very special coach Monday afternoon as the high school tennis courts at Frankfort High School were renamed in honor of Jonelle Smith, the long-time and highly successful girls’ tennis coach at Frankfort High School. “What a great honor,” said Smith after the tennis facility…

Clinton County Attracts Crowd At Observatory

The moonlit and star-studded skies Saturday night attracted people for all over. Prairie Grass Observatory was filled with people from the Purdue Astronomy Class, Buck Creek, Lafayette, students from Budapest and Mumbai, Brookston, Indianpolis, Westfield, Kirklin and Frankfort.  This is from a quick sample of the homes of the stargazing crowd of 130 people who…

Moose Lodge 7: Annual Golf Outing Attracts 64 Golfers

Frankfort Moose Lodge 7 held their annual golf outing on Saturday at Frankfort Commons, the beautiful weather brought out 64 golfers and numerous volunteers to take part in this event. It is one of the biggest fundraisers the nonprofit organization does every year. There were a couple of chances for the golfers to win some…

Purdue Launches National Veterinary Medicine Academy

Inside INdiana Business is reporting that the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine is using a more than $3 million grant to establish an academy designed to address a national shortage of veterinarians in rural areas. Vet Up! The National Health Careers Opportunity Program Academy for Veterinary Medicine will also focus on food animal practice…

Clinton Central Rolls Past Taylor in Hoosier Heartland Action

Clinton Central rushed for over 400 yards en route to a convincing 40-10 Hoosier Heartland Conference victory over Taylor Friday night in Michigantown. Sophomore running back Anthony Ransford rushed for 135 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries. Quarterback Spencer Smith completed 6 of 10 passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns. Ross Cripe and…

Rossville FFA Will Train to Stop the Bleed

Rossville Schools have been proactive in preparing for emergency situations. The administration understands that no matter how fast emergency responders are able to arrive, it will be bystanders that will be first on the scene. This is why the district is committed to providing equipment and training to save a life. The school has multiple AEDs and bleeding…

Suncrest, Prairie Elementary Each Receive $1,000 Grant

Suncrest Elementary and Clinton Prairie Elementary in partnership with Healthy Communities of Clinton County are proud recipients of a $1,000 grant from Action for Healthy Kids® (AFHK) for the 2018-2019 school year. The grant is provided through funding by CSX Transportation to expand student access to physical activity and healthy foods in school, improve knowledge…

Common Council Meeting Moved to Skanta Theatre

The City of Frankfort has announced that the regular scheduled meeting for the Common Council on Monday, September 24, at 7 p.m. has been moved to the Skanta Theatre on the second floor of the Frankfort Public Community Library at 208 W. Clinton St.