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Frankfort High School Girls’ Tennis Team Off to Good Start

April 19, 2017
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Frankfort High School Girls’ Tennis Team Off to Good Start

The Frankfort High School girls’ tennis team improved to 3-1 on the season with a 4-1 victory over Twin Lakes Tuesday afternoon in Frankfort. Winning singles matches for Frankfort were Emily Michael and Riley Isgrigg. Doubles victories were recorded by Lucy Calvert and Rylee Seibert as well as the team of Abby Pierce and...

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Old Stoney Has A New Friend: Video Of Working Fountain

April 19, 2017
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Old Stoney Has A New Friend: Video Of Working Fountain

Old Stoney’s new friend, the Jonson Fountain is now installed and working.  Enjoy the video of this new attraction.   Congratulations to Jim Siegfried, the City of Frankfort and many others who helped make this a reality.

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Green Street and Clinton Street Will Be Closed Today

April 19, 2017
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Green Street and Clinton Street Will Be Closed Today

Clinton County Central Dispatch has announced that several streets in Frankfort will be closed today. Green Street will be closed from Rossville Avenue to Railroad Street and Clinton Street will be closed from Main Street to Columbia Street.  

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$50,000 Matching Grant Announced At Annual United Way Dinner

April 18, 2017
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$50,000 Matching Grant Announced At Annual United Way Dinner

Clinton County United Way had much to celebrate Tuesday evening.  Incoming Chairman Max Rodibaugh thanked outgoing Chairman  Sandy Stevenson for her leadership and service in the last year and then led the annual United Way meeting at Arborwood with about 70 people in attendance. The meeting was all good news after the bad news...

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IDOI Warns Hoosiers to Rethink Insurance Risks

April 18, 2017
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IDOI Warns Hoosiers to Rethink Insurance Risks

Indiana storms in the spring and summer can produce natural disasters. In 2015, there was a total of $4.20 million dollars in property damage in Indiana caused by weather-related hazards, according to the U.S. Natural Hazard Statistics. Fewer than 22 percent of homeowners view changing weather patterns or natural disasters as an important factor...

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Roads, Beer, Budget to Dominate Statehouse Final Week

April 18, 2017
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Roads, Beer, Budget to Dominate Statehouse Final Week

The Indiana General Assembly is ramping up in its the final week of the legislative session and the state budget, road funding and cold beer sales remain three of the top issues yet to be resolved. Network Indiana/WIBC Statehouse Bureau Chief Eric Berman tells Inside INdiana Business one of the major issues between the House and Senate...

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County Road 700 North Closed for About Six Hours

April 18, 2017
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County Road 700 North Closed for About Six Hours

Clinton County Central Dispatch has announced the Clinton County Highway Department will have County Road 700 North between County Road 100 East and County Road 200 East for approximately six hours which means it might be open around 4 p.m.

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Clinton County Will Have Three 24-Hour Ambulances Available May 1

April 17, 2017
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Clinton County Will Have Three 24-Hour Ambulances Available May 1

EMS Director Greg Miller told the Clinton County Commissioners Monday morning that the third ambulance will be ready to roll 24 hours as of May 1 which will give the county three such ambulances. “Director Miller told us he has the schedule put out, shifts are open and we want to get that ambulance...

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St. Vincent Health to Open ‘Long Term Dream’

April 17, 2017
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St. Vincent Health to Open ‘Long Term Dream’

Inside INdiana Business is reporting St. Vincent Health this week will take the wraps off of an $8 million space for families of extended-stay patients. Nancy Frick with the St. Vincent Foundation says St. Vincent House will give patient families a place to eat, do laundry, and find “mutual support” with others. It replaces the...

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Howard County Announces DUI Task Force Results

April 17, 2017
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Howard County Announces DUI Task Force Results

Here are the results for the 2nd quarter for our DUI Task Force that consists of Howard County Sheriff Department, Kokomo Police Department, and Greentown Police Department.  This is something new they are starting.  They want to show the community that we are taking a serious stance on DUI Enforcement and want them to be aware...

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Eli Lilly Drug Application Rejected by FDA

April 17, 2017
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Eli Lilly Drug Application Rejected by FDA

Inside INdiana Business is reporting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a response letter to Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) saying it is unable to approve the new drug application for a once-daily treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. The FDA says additional clinical results are needed before the drug can be approved....

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Carmel Software Developer Adding New Jobs

April 17, 2017
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Carmel Software Developer Adding New Jobs

Inside INdiana Business is reporting that software development firm EduSource has announced plans to expand its Carmel operations and add up to 30 jobs by 2019. The company will invest more than $1 million to lease a new office in the city, which will focus on training students in custom software development. The company...

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Unexpected Funeral Holds Promise To Help Others

April 16, 2017
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Unexpected Funeral Holds Promise To Help Others

By Patty Keaton Parks On Feb 18th Brayden Darnell wanted to ride in the Benifit ride for Libby and Abby in Delphi. Having no bike to ride he rode along in his car. He spent the evening bowling and on February 19th was found dead from herion overdose. Family and friends put together an...

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Versailles Troopers Kept Busy on Good Friday

April 16, 2017
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Versailles Troopers Kept Busy on Good Friday

Easter weekend traffic kept troopers from the Versailles Post busy on I-65 in Jackson and Bartholomew Counties. on Friday. This morning, troopers conducted a special holiday patrol on I-65 in both counties. The special patrols were aimed at targeting those drivers that were speeding or exhibiting dangerous driving behaviors. During a two hour period,...

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Motorcyclist Dies Due to Crash in Lebanon

April 16, 2017
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Motorcyclist Dies Due to Crash in Lebanon

Michael Hengen 52 of Lebanon was pronounced deceased at an Indianapolis Hospital, resulting from fatal injuries obtained in a motor vehicle accident in Lebanon Saturday. Marion County Coroner Officer will perform an autopsy to determine the cause of death. The accident is still under investigation at this time. Lebanon Police, Fire, and Witham Medics...

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Beardsley Named to Frankfort City Council at Caucus

April 15, 2017
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Beardsley Named to Frankfort City Council at Caucus

Steve Beardsley was named to the Frankfort City Council Saturday morning following a caucus meeting of the Republican Party in the city council chambers at Old Stoney. Beardsley said he was honored and thrilled to be named to the position. “I’m  excited about the Ironmen project and excited about the process of learning (the...

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Council Vote Gives Green Light to Ironmen Property Project

April 15, 2017
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Council Vote Gives Green Light to Ironmen Property Project

The Frankfort City Council passed two resolutions Thursday night that will enable the Ironmen Property development in downtown Frankfort to move forward. The resolutions approved application for real property deduction in an economic revitalization area as well as approving a statement of benefits and confirming designation of the economic revitalization area. “This has been...

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Responsible Harvest of Clinton County Holds Meeting

April 14, 2017
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Responsible Harvest of Clinton County Holds Meeting

On April 6, the citizens group Responsible Harvest of Clinton County held its third information meeting at the Kirklin Assembly of God. The main purpose of these meetings is to provide the citizens of Clinton County with factual information on industrial wind and how the construction of these types of facilities can potentially impact...

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