Purdue, Eli Lilly Announce Five-Year $52 Million Life Science Research Collaboration

Inside INdiana Business is reporting that Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE LLY) and Purdue University have announced a five-year, $52 million life science research collaboration. The agreement marks Purdue’s largest strategic collaboration with a single company. The partnership will initially focus on improved development and delivery of injectable medicines designed to reduce pain. Purdue science,…

Statewide Silver Alert Issued for Rossville Woman

A statewide silver alert has been declared. The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the disappearance of an adult from Rossville. Jennifer Cossette is a 19-year-old white female, 5 feet, 3 inches tall, 120 pounds with long brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen July 4, at 9:30 p.m. in Lafayette and is…

Clinton County Law Enforcement Picks Up A Game

They didn’t use radios or high speed well-equipped vehicles. They used jump shots and pivots. Layups and blocking out. Clinton County Law Enforcemnt officers didn’t use the normal tools in uniform but a pick-up game of basketball at TPA park on the 4th of July forced them to use other tools and techniques while having…

State Approves Five Opioid Treatment Programs

Inside INdiana Business is reporting Governor Eric Holcomb and the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration have announced plans to add five opioid treatment programs throughout the state. The programs aim to broaden the state’s effort to combat the opioid drug epidemic. The state has awarded OTP certifications to Valle Vista Health System in Greenwood,…

Veteran ISP Officer Recovering From Crash Injuries

A 27-year Indiana State Police veteran is recovering from injuries sustained in an early morning July 4th Crash. Just after 9:00 Master Trooper Dave Furnas was exiting from I-465 onto Rockville Road, as he entered the intersection to turn left, an eastbound vehicle struck the passenger side of his police car. Furnas was transported to…

Frankfort Jaycees Launch Safe 23 Minute Display

20 Frankfort Jaycees put on a safe and popular 23 minute fireworks display Tuesday night.  The show started about 10:14 and lasted 23 minutes. A light easterly wind and waxing gibbous moon with no rain made for a beautiful night.  The 23 minute display cost about $14,000 and would have been a $20,000 display if…

USB Looking at Ways to Deal With Veterans Park

Both Veterans Park in downtown Frankfort and the gazebo located within in the park are in need of repairs. But before that happens, several conversations need to take place according to Utility Service Board Chairman Mike Kelley. “I think the wise thing we did tonight was to not make any financial commitments on what’s called…