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Western Boone Wins Second Consecutive Class 2A State Title

Robby Taylor scored three touchdowns and Connor Hole added two more scores as Western Boone won the Class 2A state football championship for a second consecutive season with a 44-7 victory over Eastbrook Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The game was a rematch of the last year’s final which Western Boone won 34-20.…

Carroll County ORV Accident Results in Fatality

Indiana Conservation Officers have identified the operator and passenger from the off-road vehicle accident that occurred early yesterday morning. The operator of the ORV was Quentin Smith, age 25, of Lafayette. The passenger was Derek Hufford, age 25, of Lafayette. Conservation Officers remind the public of the importance of wearing a helmet and other safety…

Community Events

The Frankfort Optimist Club’s Annual Christmas Tree Sale has begun. This year it is being held in the parking lot of Frankfort Plaza — just behind the Speedway gas station on east State Road 28. Hours are 4-7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturdays and 1-7 p.m. Sunday. The sale will…

High School Sports Schedule December 2-7

Monday, December 2 ROSSVILLE — Girls’ basketball vs. West Lafayette, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 3 FRANKFORT — Girls’ basketball vs. Sheridan, 7:30 p.m.; Boys’ and girls’ swimming at North Montgomery, 6 p.m. CLINTON CENTRAL — Girls’ basketball vs. Western, 7:30 p.m. CLINTON PRAIRIE — Girls’ basketball at McCutcheon, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 4 CLINTON CENTRAL…

‘Inside the Huddle’ Ready to Air Saturday Morning

WILO’s Saturday morning sports talk show “Inside the Huddle”  is all set for 9-10 a.m. Saturday morning. The show is sponsored by State Farm Insurance Agents Susan Kaspar and Tony Theofanis. We will have two very special guests this week. At 9 a.m., our very own sports guru Don Stock will be by to discuss…

Frankfort Police Offer Holiday Safety Tips

In the season of giving, Frankfort Police are offering holiday safety tips to help residents protect themselves and their property during the holidays and beyond. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, police see a small spike in thefts and scams during the holiday season. “Sharing basic safety precautions everyone can follow is key in helping…

Community Thanksgiving Dinner Serves Over 650 People

Over 650 people received a warm meal for the holiday Thursday and didn’t have to spend the day alone.  None of this could have occurred if not for the generosity of the community of Frankfort.  Approximately 450 meals were delivered to residents in their homes and approximately 200 were served at the Neighborhood Center, including…

Dry Cleaning Pick-Up And Delivery Coming To Frankfort

Genda Funeral Home will become a pick-up and delivery point for Royal Dry Cleaners based in Lebanon. Royal Dry cleaners and Laundry Manager Neil Hollingsworth informed Kaspar Media that Genda Funeral Home will begin pick-up and delivery dry cleaning in Frankfort. Services will include dry cleaning and minor repairs similiar to services available at the…

Holiday Festival of Lights Begins Thanksgiving Night

The Holiday Festival of Lights is not just well known in the City of Frankfort and Clinton County. It’s known all over the State of Indiana and then some. “We hover around a million lights all together,” said Frankfort Parks Superintendent Travis Sheets. “I say this is Indiana’s premier holiday light display. It really is.”…

Rossville Drops Season Opener to Lafayette Harrison

The Rossville High School boys’ basketball team opened its season Wednesday night with a 46-37 loss at home to Harrison. Trailing 11-10 after a quarter, Rossville was outscored 21-14 in the middle two quarters and trailed 32-24 going into the fourth quarter. The Hornets shot just 34.2 percent from the field in the game. Dirk…