Ken Hartman

City Announces Milling Schedule for Monday

The City’s road improvement projects continue with crews set to mill Clinton Street from Columbia Street to Jackson Street on Monday as originally scheduled and then move to Columbia Street from Walnut Street to Green Street, Ohio Street from Clay Street to Morrison Street and Green Street from Jackson Street to Burlington Avenue. On Friday,…

High School Football Sectional Semifinal Results

Sagamore Conference Friday’s Sectional Championship Games Greencastle (7-4) at Danville (11-0), 7 p.m. Western Boone (8-3) at Park Tudor (4-6), 7 p.m. Southmont (7-4) at Brebeuf Jesuit (7-4), 7 p.m. Sectional Semifinal Results Danville 32, Tri-West 20 Western Boone 21, Tipton 14 Southmont 35, Hamilton Heights 14 Hoosier Heartland Conference Friday’s Sectional Championship Game Monroe…

Roy Scott Parkway Dedication Ceremony Held

Approximately 75 to 100 individuals, including city and county officials as well as close family friends, braved the chilly, wet conditions Friday afternoon to attend the dedication of Roy Scott Parkway, which is a portion of the roadway on County Road 200 West from State Road 28 to Barner Street. Street Superintendent Jason Forsythe, who…

Several Hoosier Schools Among Nation’s Best

Nearly 20 Indiana schools are included in WalletHub’s “2018’s Best College & University Rankings.” The personal finance website evaluated nearly 1,000 higher education institutions based on categories, including student selectivity, cost and financing, and educational outcomes. The University of Notre Dame is the only Hoosier school in the top 20, coming in at number 16. Purdue University…

Monroe County Man Arrested for Meth

On Thursday, troopers with the Indiana State Police All Crimes Enforcement Squad, (ACES) along with troopers from the Indiana State Police Drug Task Force completed an investigation that led to the arrest of a high level methamphetamine dealer in Monroe County. Troopers arrested Paxton Davis on felony charges of dealing in methamphetamine and possession of…

Delphi Completes Stellar Communities Program

Inside INdiana Business is reporting the city of Delphi is celebrating the completion of $23 million in improvements as part of Indiana’s Stellar Communities Designation Program. Delphi was named a Stellar Community in 2012. Since that time, the city has renovated the Delphi Opera House, upgraded downtown building facades and underground water mains, and made…

State Police Investigating Fatal Crash on I-65

The Indiana State Police are investigating a two vehicle fatal crash on the southside of Indianapolis. Shortly before 5:30 this morning emergency crews were dispatched to the northbound lanes of I-65 near the 106 mile marker for reports of a serious crash. Initial reports indicated a semi had rolled over and was blocking the northbound…

Roy Scott Parkway Dedication Set for Friday

A portion of the roadway on County Road 200 West from State Road 28 to Barner Street will be renamed Roy Scott Parkway on Friday, October 27 at 2 p.m. in honor of former police chief, mayor, youth sports coach and community leader Roy Scott.   According to Street Superintendent Jason Forsythe who spearheaded the…

Frankfort Hosting Two IHSAA Semi-State Volleyball Championship Matches Saturday at Case Arena

Frankfort High School will be the host of two semi-state volleyball championship games Saturday at Case Arena. Community Schools of Frankfort Superintendent Don DeWeese said this opportunity was really unexpected. “This comes from one of the assistant commissioners of the IHSAA just being in Frankfort watching a girls’ soccer match,” said DeWeese. “She saw Case…