Ken Hartman

Multi-Attraction Family Fun Pack Coming to Lafayette

Have you wondered what is to become of the Iconic “Hour Time” Historic Clock ? The Snyder Entertainment Group, LLC unveiled their plans Thursday in a written statement. Mark and Monte Snyder announced their plan to build a multi-attraction Family Fun Park here in Lafayette. The twin brothers are lifelong natives of the area and…

State of the Chamber Annual Luncheon Held at Arborwood

The Clinton County Chamber of Commerce held its Olympic edition of the State of the Chamber Annual Luncheon Thursday at Arborwood. Chamber Executive Director Shan Sheridan talks about the day. “We always appreciate this day,” said Sheridan. “This day is awesome in the fact that we bring so many people together. It’s a feel good…

Four Vehicle Crash on Interstate 65 Injures One

On Jan 24, at approximately 5:10 p.m., a four vehicle crash occurred on I-65 southbound at the 218 mile marker that resulted in traffic being stopped for several hours. Preliminary investigation by Trooper Kurtis Jones revealed that a white 2017 Volvo semi owned by Sysco,(Indianapois, IN) and driven by Jack Smith, 60, of Carmel, IN…

Man Arrested By ISP After Refusing to Exit Vehicle

At approximately 11:06 a.m. Thursday, the Dayton City Police Officer requested assistance with a disorderly truck driver who refused to identify himself or exit the truck. Trooper Derrick Scott of the Indiana State Police Commercial Motor Vehicle Division and Trooper Tyler Stinson, Master Trooper Aaron McCormick, Probationary Trooper Michael Risley and two Tippecanoe County Deputies…

Motorists Should Expect Delays on Washington Avenue

Frankfort Street Superintendent Jason Forsythe has announced that the Street Department will be taking down three huge trees in the 800 block of Washington Avenue just easy of the Milky Way Thursday. Forsythe said the road is not closed, but motorists should expect delays in the area until early-to-mid Thursday afternoon.

Board of Works Approve New Police Station Feasibility Study

The Board of Works Wednesday approved a request for proposals on the renovation of the Frankfort Police Department. “Our police officers need a station that they can engage in 21st century crime fighting,” said Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes. “We need not delay on moving forward with this initiative. Obviously,  we were all a little disappointed…

Closings, Cancellations & Delays 4:30 pm Wednesday

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Adults Learn How to Deal With Stress and Trauma in Youths

Chief Encouragement Officer and Executive Creative Coach at Door Opener Academy Skye Berger was the featured speaker Tuesday dealing with supporting the social an emotional needs of youth, The event was held at the Community Schools of Frankfort Administration Building and was hosted by the Indiana Youth Institute and COACH Kids. This special training session…

Westfield Council Approves Sites for Hotel Development

Inside INdiana Business is reporting the Westfield City Council has approved a Planned Unit Development district near Grand Park Sports Campus. Hittle at ThirtyOne would cover more than 12 acres and be home to two new hotels. The hotels would be located on the southwest corner of U.S. 31 and 191st Street. Documents filed with…