Ken Hartman

Summer Concert and Movie Series Kicks Off May 28

A great mix of FREE movies and music will fill TPA Park this summer with the Parks Department’s 2017 Summer Nights  Concert and Movie Series kicking off Sunday, May 28 with the showing of the movie, Sing, beginning around dusk (9:00 p.m.).   The movie and concert schedule is as follows:   Sunday, May 28…

Genda Funeral Home Introduces Pull Behind Funeral Coach

Genda Funeral Home in Frankfort has unveiled a couple of new ways to better personalize an individual’s funeral service. “We have introduced our new pull behind funeral coach,” said Genda Funeral Home owner Mark Genda. “We introduced it with an antique tractor which is a John Deere 4020.” Genda added that is not the only…

Clinton County Under Flash Flood Watch Until 8 a.m. Monday

The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has extended a Flash Flood Watch for a majority of the state of Indiana including Clinton County until 8 a.m. Monday. Besides Clinton, other affected areas are Bartholomew, Boone, Brow, Carroll, Clay, Daviess, Decatur, Delaware, Fountain, Greene, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Henry, Howard, Jackson, Jennings, Knox, Lawrence, Madison, Marion, Martin,…

Kaspar Media Holds Initial Points of Light Volunteer Fair

WILO AM and FM held its first Points of Light Volunteer Fair at Ivy Tech Community College April 25 in downtown Frankfort, And, from all indications, it was quite successful. “I think it’s a brilliant idea to take people from the community and match them up with whatever they’re choosing to do,” said Quinton’s House…

INDOT Issues Advice on How to Deal With Active Weather

The National Weather Service is forecasting an active spring weather pattern of rain showers and thunderstorms that will bring inches of accumulation to Indiana over the next several days. Persistent or heavy rainfall can saturate soils and cause waters to rise, and drivers should take precautions and be alert for hazards. Keep storm drains clean…

Senior Olympic Games Opens Monday at Wesley Manor

Frankfort’s version of the Olympic Games kicks off at 1 p.m. Monday when the 2017 Senior Olympics, sponsored by Genda Funeral Home, gets underway at Wesley Manor. “It started out and why it’s still in May was the announcement that May is Senior Month,” said organizer Mark Genda of Genda Funeral Home. “From that, I…

Exhibit Featuring Gus Grissom Coming to Frankfort Library

The Friends of the Frankfort Community Public Library present a special photography and archive exhibit “Homegrown Hoosier to American Hero — Celebrating the Life of Virgil ‘Gus’ Grissom” on Friday, May 5, from 5-8 p.m. Interactive exhibits will be on display through May 26 and the photography exhibit will be on display through July 5.…

National Day of Prayer Services Scheduled for Thursday

A 45-minute prayer service will be held at Veterans Park in downtown Frankfort as part of the national observation of National Day of Prayer at noon on Thursday, May 4. Brief prayers are offered by community and stats leaders on behalf of the various departments and sectors of government and society. The event is sponsored…

City Readying for Operation Spring Clean Up Next Week

Frankfort’s 2017 Operation Spring Clean Up is May 1-6 with volunteers and monetary contributions needed and activities planned each weekday evening from 5-8 p.m. in the city’s six parks and the downtown square. Individuals, families, schools, businesses, churches and service organizations are invited to participate in the city’s Sixth Community-Wide Clean Up initiative that includes…

Local Residents Can Use Free Drop Off at Street Department

The Frankfort Street Department is offering free drop off at their location at 905 Burlington Avenue during the week’s of the city’s Operation Spring Clean Up, which is schedule May 1-6 for Frankfort residents only. The service is not available for businesses. Residents can drop off up to two pickup loads of materials per residence,…