Huge Crowd Turns Out for Red for Ed Rally in Indianapolis

Nearly 20,000 teachers and their supporters took part in the Red for Ed rally at the Indiana Statehouse in downtown Indianapolis Tuesday as Indiana teachers began pressuring lawmakers for better pay, benefits and other improvements to the education system. Around 140 schools across the state closed Tuesday so their faculty and students could participate. That’s…

Crossing School Holds First Annual Banquet

The Crossing School in Frankfort started in 2009.  The first annual Frankfort Crossing School banquet was held Tuesday night at the Edward Jones Community Building at the Fairgrounds.   Crossing Board President Susan Kaspar welcomed the gathering and reminded 20 of the 100 Crossing Students they were not alone in their journey. The Crossing School…

Free Movie Night Hosted By Frankfort Library

Several people took advantage of the Free show “Dora and the Lost City of Gold”. They also enjoyed free popcorn & drink. Hosted by Frankfort Community Public Library Next Free Movie Details: Movie with Santa at the Frankfort Community Public Library, come and watch ‘THE GRINCH” with Santa, There will be hot chocolate, cookies, popcorn,…

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates Address Three Main Issues

Two of the three Democratic gubernatorial candidates were in Frankfort late last week as they were the guests a function held by the Clinton County Democratic Party. Former Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Woody Myers and current member of the Indiana Senate from the 3rd District Eddie Melton joined about 30 other Democrats for a…

Frankfort Police Department Announces Retirement of K9 Otto

The Frankfort Police Department announces the retirement of K9 Otto due to health reasons. K9 Otto, a German Shepard, joined the police department in April 2015 and will officially retire on Thursday, November 21, at 7:30 PM during a public ceremony at the Frankfort Police Department, located at 201 W Washington Street. According to Chief…

Two Vehicle Crash Claims the Life of a Hillsboro Resident

At approximately 7:20 a.m. Monday on I-74 westbound at the 32.5 mile marker, a semi struck a passenger vehicle that was stopped in the roadway, pushed the vehicle through the median and both vehicles came to rest in the ditch on the eastbound side of the roadway. The preliminary investigation has concluded that a gray…

CollegeChoice 529 Savings Surpass $5 Billion

Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell Monday announced assets in the state’s tax-advantaged CollegeChoice 529 education savings plans have exceeded $5 billion, an increase of more than $2.1 billion since her tenure began in November 2014. During the same period, over 193,000 new accounts have been established and the average account balance has risen to nearly…

Clinton County Author Releasing New Book Tuesday

Paul Michael Garrison is pleased to announce the release of his first novel, Letters to the Editor, on Tuesday, November 19.  In his book, a mystery set in the publishing community outside Chicago, Kate Baxter investigates the threats made against Nate Carver, an editor who makes his living exposing others’ secrets.  To learn more about…