A late fourth quarter rally by Fountain Central led to a 63-56 win over host Clinton Prairie Saturday night.
Kenny and Deb Winger may hold the record for most grandparents' days at Clinton Prairie Elementary School.
With six grandchildren currently enrolled in the district, including thre
The final buzzer went off, and the score read 74-30, Delphi, but it wasn’t as if Clinton Central didn’t put up a fight.
With only a few days left until Thanksgiving shoppers will be spending a lot of time in grocery stores this weekend.
It took a few months more than expected, but Travis and Gina Sheets finally left for Liberia Thursday.
The Frankfort girls’ swimming team dropped their first meet of the season, losing 146-82 to McCutcheon Thursday at the Steve Mullen Aquatic Center.
It was a tale of two halves as the Clinton Prairie Gophers hosted the Benton Central Bison for a scrimmage Thursday night.
Ryan Neal took his children shopping Tuesday night, but it wasn’t for them.
Ind. 39 south of Frankfort was closed for several hours Wednesday afternoon after a single-vehicle accident dropped power lines over the road.
A total of 10 Rossville soccer players were selected to the North/South All-Stars for their play this past season.
A theatrical adaption of one of the best-loved children’s books ever written, “Charlotte’s Web,” will be performed at the Rossville High School Performing Arts Center Friday.
Most everyone loves traditional potato wedges. Sweet potatoes offer a new way to enjoy potato wedges, yet these wedges are packed with beneficial beta-carotene. Oven-roasted with a
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