Instead of a roaring lion, March lumbered like a lumbering polar bear, dumping almost a foot of snow on Clinton County.
The goal for Republicans across Indiana and the U.S. is retaking the White House and maintaining control of both the U.S. House and Senate in 2016.
FRANKFORT – The 3A Frankfort Hot Dogs (9-14) had a chance early against the 4A Logansport Berries (18-3), but a late second quarter rally helped the Berries take over the game and
Some were interested in buying a gun and others had firearms and wanted to know more about how to safely use and store them, so they came out to the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office
Susie Trees tried to plan for an easy day, but it didn’t quite work out that way.
While they haven’t started ISTEP testing at Rossville Elementary School yet, it is still on the minds of many teachers and students.
The Frankfort Community Public Library has an extensive number of children’s programs, but most are centered around specific ages – sometimes making it difficult for parents with c
With the regular season wrapping up today, area boys’ basketball teams begin preparation for the upcoming sectional tournament.
What makes these fritters taste so good is the delicious combination of chickpeas and butternut squash. What makes them so healthy is that they are lightly sautéed in healthy oil,
All four Clinton County varsity girls’ basketball coaches nominated players from their own team for this year’s all-county team. Once all nominations were made, coaches then ranked
Elizabeth Cohee, of Mulberry, always watches “Survivor,” but when the show’s 30th season premiers on CBS Wednesday evening, she’s going to be paying special attention.
The Fire Department’s blazing scoring kept them on top for most of the game Saturday in the annual “Battle of the Badges” charity basketball game against the Frankfort Police Depar
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