Clinton Prairie School Corp.’s non-resident student enrollment has more than tripled since 2011, according to enrollment figures presented during the school board’s regular meeting
The Rossville girls’ volleyball team powered past Frankfort in three sets during both team’s regular season opener at Case Arena Tuesday.
On Tuesday the Clinton County Chamber of Commerce and the Michigantown Lions Club held a check-passing ceremony — the result of Michigantown having the winning community display at
The addition of a Cutest Baby Contest and almost a dozen Little Miss contenders has led to a larger-than-normal number of candidates for Friday’s pageants during the Summer’s End F
In an almost David versus Goliath scenario, the 1A Rossville boys’ tennis team came up just short against 5A Lafayette Jefferson, falling 3-2 Wednesday in Rossville.
When I offered a recipe here back in 1999 for making oven-baked fried chicken, the Holy Grail for healthy eating was cutting fat and calories from popular dishes. At the time decre
The Frankfort girls’ soccer team overcame an early 1-0 deficit to beat Western 2-1 Wednesday in Frankfort.
Head coach Lucas Fausett takes over a Frankfort boys’ soccer team that’s had a lot of success recently.
The Rossville girls’ soccer team should have a good shot at a winning season as they return their two top scorers from last year.
Citing changes in the way some local companies allocate money for charity and a shortfall in last year’s giving, the United Way for Clinton County set a goal of $460,000 for this y
A full-scale emergency drill Saturday showed some areas that need improvement, but also highlighted some things that local first responders are doing better.
The Rossville cross-country team will look to buildoff last year’s successful season, which had two runners advance to semi-state.
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