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…

Motorists Cautioned About Icy, Slick Roads

Clinton County Central Dispatch is advising motorists to use extreme caution on roads as they are becoming slick and hazardous due to the freezing drizzle that has fallen overnight and continuing into Wednesday morning. The northbound lanes of US 52 had been closed due to a jackknifed semi. However, that road is now near the…

Clinton Central Junior-Senior High Releases Honor Roll

Clinton Central Junior-Senior High School has announced its ‘A Honor Roll’ for the second nine weeks. Seniors — Kalynn Baber, Ava French, Kyler Gick, Justin Pelling, Caleb Price. Juniors — Landon Alder, Kailyn Barrentine, Margaret Kelly, Kallie Mennen, Mikaila Sullivan, Kaylea Whitcomb, Olivia Wyrick. Sophomores — Jessica Akard, Hanna Cheek, Emily Ragsdale, Jaden Russell. 9th…

INDOT Dealing With Temperature Fluctuations on Potholes

The extreme fluctuation of temperatures dipping above and below freezing the past few weeks has created prime conditions for potholes on Indiana interstates, U.S. routes and state highways. To deal with potholes in the most aggressive and efficient manner, the Indiana Department of Transportation will be allowing crews through the state to close travel lanes…

Businesses Can Play Key Role in Addressing Addictions

Although it is not something many people realize, drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace is quite prevalent. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence reports 70 percent of the 14.8 million Americans who abuse drugs are employed. Additionally, 24 percent of workers admit drinking during the day at least once in the past…

City Council Approves Resolutions on Downtown Buildings

The Frankfort City Council unanimously approved three separate resolution Monday night in downtown buildings that are currently being renovated by Dr. Jill Snyder. “This is just unbelievable,” said McBarnes. “Well over a million dollars.” McBarnes said Snyder is turned the old United Way building at 51 W. Clinton St. into a facility with hotel space,…

Auditions Scheduled for ‘Things My Mother Taught Me’

Auditions for the community theater show, ‘Things My Mother Taught Me’ by Katherine DiSaviano will be at 7 p.m. on Sunday, February 4, or Monday, February 5 at the Longstreet Playhouse, north of Danville. Callbacks will be Tuesday, February 6, if necessary. Theatre doors will open at 6:30 p.m. each evening for auditions. This play will be…

Luanne Lewis to Retire from The Farmers Bank

Luanne Lewis will retire from The Farmers Bank, effective Wednesday, January 31, 2018.  Luanne began her employment at the bank on September 5, 2000, as a Consumer Loan Officer.  She has provided over 17 years of dedicated service to The Farmers Bank.  Luanne started her banking career in the loan department at Boone County State…