Healthy Communities Issue Statement About Services Available

Healthy Communities of Clinton County is still here to serve you during this time. Healthy Communities is currently operating with no office lobby hours, but we are continuing to do appointments through Zoom or other virtual platforms and social distancing appointments as needed. If a face to face appointment is required, we will do a…

Daniels: ‘Radical Changes’ to Keep Students, Staff Safe

Inside INdiana Business is reporting as Purdue University President Mitch Daniels looks across a near-empty campus, the result of the global pandemic that forced students and staff to flee, he said “radical changes” may be needed for both medical protection and psychological comfort for the campus community before students return in the fall. “I don’t…

CCMA Issues Response to Letter on Easter Gatherings

The Clinton County Ministerial Association (CCMA) issued a response to the letter written by Clinton County Health Officer Dr. Steve Tharp regarding Easter gatherings. The following is that response. Pastors and church staff are in the middle of what is usually a busy time of the church year. A lot of resources go into planning…

CC Health Officer Has Concerns About Easter Sunday Gatherings

Clinton County Health Officer Dr. Steve Tharp has released a statement for Clinton County residents and Pastoral Associates in regards to a very important holiday that is coming up on Sunday, April 12. “Based upon inquiries about an alternative Easter Sunday church service for our community, I have spent time considering the acceptability of a…

Purdue Prepares for Safer Post-Pandemic Campus

Inside INdiana Business is asking the question, What will post-pandemic life look like next fall when students return to campus? Purdue University President Mitch Daniels says “radical changes” or special preparations may be needed for both medical protection and psychological comfort for the campus community. “Uncertainty confronts us on almost every question.  But one thing…

‘Leading In Uncertain Times’ Wednesday, April 1

The WILO/Chamber of Commerce “Leading In Uncertain Times” series continued Wednesday morning with Healthy Communities of Clinton County Coalition Executive Director Lorra Archibald. Asked where we are in the coronavirus pandemic, Archibald said, “I think we’re in the beginning of this and it’s going to get much, much worse. If we stay six feet away…

EMA Looking To Industries To Help With PPE

The Clinton County EMA is thinking of unconventional ways to get much need Personal Protection Equipment, or PPE’S. EMA Director Darrell Sanders says they are hoping factories and businesses in the Industrial Park in Frankfort can help them until their shipment arrives. Sanders says they will replenish it once their shipment comes in. If you…

State Health Says 65 Hoosiers Have Died from COVID-19

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) Wednesday announced that 409 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 2,565 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s…

Subaru of Indiana Extends Shutdown Through April 17

Inside INdiana Business is reporting that Subaru Corp. is extending the production shutdown at its automobile manufacturing sites in Japan and the U.S., including the Subaru of Indiana Automotive in Lafayette. The company says SIA will remain shut down through April 17. Subaru says operations will continue to be halted due to supply chain interruptions…