The Frankfort boys’ basketball team had its three-game winning streak snapped by a 71-51 loss to the Warriors on Thursday night at Danville.
AARON KENNEDY /email@example.comKING: Malik King tries to shoot over a pair of Warriors in the second half.
CAMPBELL: Senior guard Jordan Campbell pulls up for a jumper in the first half of Frankfort’s Thursday night game at Danville. Campbell finished with 10 points.
Photos by AARON KENNEDYfirstname.lastname@example.orgTAYLOR: Frankfort junior forward Carter Taylor scores after receiving an entry pass from Malik King in the first half of the Hot Dogs’ Sa
A crane places a pallet containing a stone from the Dorner building on the ground during the beginning of demolition Wednesday. The stones were taken down one-by-one in order to pr
Workers with C & S Metals Inc. slide a piece of the Dorner building façade onto a pallet during the beginning of demolition Wednesday. Some of the stones and large Dorner s
Frankfort Street Superintendent Jason Forsythe, left, and C & S Metals Inc. owner Cody Sanders watch over the construction on the Dorner building Wednesday. Washington Stre
Wesley Manor CEO and President Dave Kinder announces his resignation during a meeting of the family council Wednesday. Kinder cited personal conflicts with BHI as his reason for le
Crossing student Rosy Velazquez talks with Wesley Manor residents during the family council meeting Wednesday. Ten Crossing students visited the Manor to share their stories and ex
Wesley Manor residents sit with The Crossing student Madison Kimball during a special meeting of the family council Wednesday.
The Crossing students answer questions from Wesley Manor residents during a special presentation Wednesday. The students told the residents about their lives and goals after gradua
A win on Tuesday night could have paved the way to a sectional championship for the Clinton Prairie girls’ basketball team, but the Gophers couldn’t find their game in the 62-41 lo
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