ROSSVILLE – The Attica Red Ramblers finished a back-and-forth tilt on top by beating the Rossville Hornets 50-34 in Thursday’s non-conference girls’ basketball game.
The second floor of Old Stoney was packed Wednesday evening as people gathered to hear Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes recap the city's progress.
During his "State of the City&
Three Frankfort City Light & Power workers escaped injury when a line they were working on flashed, causing a widespread power outage Thursday afternoon.
Back in September, Joe DeLeon was pleasantly surprised when he found out his son, Austin, was selected as the only youth football player from Indiana to play in the DMAXX Youth All
The Friends of the Frankfort Library will sponsor a 4-week master copy drawing class with professional artist James Werner.
The fusion of sweet potatoes, chickpeas and cannellini beans makes for an unexpected winter treat. Sweet and nutty flavors mingle in this homemade soup with delightful textures and
MICHIGANTOWN – The Clinton Prairie Gophers defeated the Clinton Central Bulldogs 64-37 during Tuesday’s conference girls’ basketball contest.
Clinton Prairie senior Jade Mulvaney will be taking her volleyball talents to Indiana University Northwest in the fall.
As the Latino population grows, understanding some of the issues and difficulties they face can make it easier for teachers, social workers and other youth workers; and too many ti
Fourth quarter rally leads to Gopher win
While rain changing to ice and snow Sunday left slick roads, Frankfort Street Superintendent George Belmore said they were still having a better year than last year.
The Clinton Central swimming and diving teams competed against 11 schools during the Athenian Invitational at Crawfordsville. The diving events were held Friday while the swimming
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