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Indiana, Kentucky Plan New I-69 Bridge

July 1, 2016
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Indiana, Kentucky Plan New I-69 Bridge

Inside INdiana Business is reporting that Indiana Governor Mike Pence and Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin have signed an agreement to move forward with plans to extend Interstate 69 beyond the state border. The Ohio River Crossing announcement is decades in the making and adds to the ongoing, long-term work to expand I-69. Pence says...

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Frankfort Officials Preparing for July 4 Celebration

July 1, 2016
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Frankfort Officials Preparing for July 4 Celebration

With TPA Park the setting for Frankfort’s annual July 4 celebration, Kyger Street will be closed to traffic east of Jackson Street to the creek beginning at 7 p.m.. next Monday night for pedestrians’ safety. Visitors to the Park are encouraged to use Green...

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Main Street Scheduled to be Closed for Milling Friday

July 1, 2016
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Main Street Scheduled to be Closed for Milling Friday

Crews will mill Main Street first thing Friday morning as well as West Morrison, West Jefferson and possibly Dolsen if they get that far. Paving will be done on Armstrong with crews then moving on to Boone and then Coulter. As a reminder, there...

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Wrecked Car to be Used as Display for Texting and Driving

June 30, 2016
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Wrecked Car to be Used as Display for Texting and Driving

The Clinton County Coroner Amanda Abbott along with Jill and George Biddle plan on displaying the vehicle of Maria Droesch. Maria, 17 years old, was tragically killed on June...

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Duke Energy Plan Approved to Modernize Energy Grid

June 30, 2016
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Duke Energy Plan Approved to Modernize Energy Grid

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Wednesday approved Duke Energy’s settlement with some of Indiana’s key consumer groups on the company’s plan to build a smarter energy infrastructure that delivers...

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Road Paving Projects Continue Throughout City

June 30, 2016
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Road Paving Projects Continue Throughout City

Crews paved Prairie Avenue and Fifth Street Wednesday and will pave Brightwood Drive, Glendale Drive and East Armstrong today (Thursday). Clinton Street, Clay Street from Clinton to Washington Avenue...

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Farmer’s Bank Hosts Meet & Greet Open House

June 29, 2016
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Farmer’s Bank Hosts Meet & Greet Open House

Farmer’s Bank held a Meet & Greet Open House for their new president and CEO Karen Gregerson Wednesday afternoon in the lobby of the main bank branch in downtown...

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Farm Bureau Survey Says Fourth Cookout Little Cheaper

June 29, 2016
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Farm Bureau Survey Says Fourth Cookout Little Cheaper

An Independence Day cookout featuring some of Americans’ favorite summer foods – hot dogs, cheeseburgers, ribs, baked beans and other items – will be a little less expensive this...

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INDOT Announces Chip and Seal Project Starting Thursday

June 29, 2016
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INDOT Announces Chip and Seal Project Starting Thursday

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will have lane closures on U.S. 52 beginning on or after Thursday, June 30, weather permitting. U.S. 52 will be chip and sealed...

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