Fun At Shoup’s Open House: New VIDEO

Shoup’s Country Foods Celebrated an Openhouse Saturday from 10 to 2.  Shine 99 broadcast LIVE and Chamber of Commerce was there for the ribbon Cutting. Enjoy photos and VIDEO from Erick Dircks and Russ Kaspar as Shoup’s celebrated finished construction of the new office and warehouse/event room area. Photos by ERICK DIRCKS: CLICK HERE Facebook…

Memorialized In The Air

John William “Johnny” Bowen, 51 of Frankfort, Indiana passed away on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 in his home. He was born on December 1, 1965 in Fort Knox, KY to Evelyn Bennett of Naperville, IL and John (Ellen) Bowen of Kokomo. He married Lisa M. Bray on October 27, 2000 in Frankfort and she survives.…

Indiana State Police Asked to Investigate Death on Man in Greenfield

At the request of the Greenfield Police Department the Indiana State Police are investigating the death of an Indianapolis man that involved Greenfield officers earlier Friday night. As part of the department’s protocol the state police was called in to complete the investigation. Detectives from the Indianapolis Post are currently on scene interviewing witnesses and…

Shoup’s Country Foods Public Openhouse This Saturday 10 to 2

Shoups Country Foods recently expanded thier facilities with new construction at the 2048 South State Road 39 location in Frankfort. The new facility sports new offices and warehouse to better able Shoup’s to serve the area and region from the Frankfort location. Openhouse hours: Saturday May 13:    10:00 AM to 2:00 PM 2048 S.…

Community Remembers Zachary Lynn Caldwell: VIDEO

On May 6, 2017 an accident took the life of Zachary Lynn Caldwell, 13, of Frankfort. Zachary was born September 18, 2003, in Frankfort, to Shannon and Brenda Fingerle Caldwell; his parents survive. Erick Dircks attended the Funeral Service for Zachary and recorded the event if you were unable to attend. Here is Erick Dirck’s…

Indiana State Police Conducts Traffic Blitz on I-65

From 9:00 a.m. till noon Friday, Troopers from the Indiana State Police at the Lafayette Post conducted a traffic blitz on I-65 between the 167 mile marker and the 179 mile marker (that is just south of the SR 38/168 exit and just north of the SR 43 /178 exit) targeting crash causation factors. These factors…

Commission Recommending Tuition Increases Held to Minimum

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is urging state colleges and universities to keep undergraduate tuition and mandatory fee increases to a minimum. The commission has adopted a recommendation which calls on the state’s public institutions to hold their increases to no more than 1.4 percent in each of the next two years. State law requires the…

Downtown Buildings Demolished to Make Way for More Parking: Video And Pictures With Former Owners

Demolition on the downtown buildings which used to house both Creekside and Maria’s on East Clinton Street across from Old Stoney is now complete after Ridenour & Sons Excavating of Michigantown razed both buildings Thursday. The building was also known as Shore’s Bowling Alley. This was the final step before cleanup begins and the installation…

Reports Say Marsh Has Filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

Inside INdiana Business is reporting that Indianapolis-based Marsh Supermarkets LLC has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Tuesday, the company warned it could close its remaining 44 locations if a buyer isn’t located within 60 days. Marsh says bankruptcy proceedings will allow it to maintain normal business operations as it seeks a new owner. The…