Indiana drivers are 21 percent more likely to end up in a car-deer collision in the next 12 months, according to claims data and information from the Federal Highway Administration
You can’t have an apple festival without apples, so more than a dozen volunteers from Wesley Manor spent part of Wednesday morning sitting around a table with paring knives and pee
The Clinton Central Bulldogs traveled to county opponent Frankfort to take on the Hot Dogs and won in three sets Tuesday.
While there are no county-level contested races in the Nov. 4 general election, there are still a lot of choices voters will have to make and still time to register.
The Rossville Hornets hosted the Delphi Oracles in a non-conference game Tuesday and lost 3-2.
To a sixth-grader, $250 might as well be a fortune.
This year’s United Way campaign is moving slowly, in part because of the change in the campaign’s schedule.
The Rossville boys’ tennis team hosted Lewis Cass for its final match of the regular season Monday and lost 3-2.
Some Clinton County homes saw an influx of visitors Sunday as more than 300 people participated in the Purdue Extension Homemakers’ Home Tours event.
After raising six children and feeding 11 hungry grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, Carol Roberts has plenty of cooking experience.
Whether it is being stranded in a snowstorm, losing power or a catastrophic event like a hurricane or earthquake, disaster can strike at any time.
The Frankfort Hot Dogs boys’ soccer team hosted conference opponent the Tri-West Bruins Saturday and lost 4-1.
Should Indiana continue court appeals to maintain ban on gay marriage that has twice been struck down by federal judges?
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