The Clinton County Family YMCA and Challenger Sports teamed up to host the third annual soccer training camps at the YMCA Soccer Field on Wilshire Drive in Frankfort.
Music came alive Tuesday morning when Jim Gill, a children’s author and recording artist, brought his interactive performance to the Frankfort Community Public Library.
As a local resident and active community member, Bonnie Hemmerling expected to see a lot of familiar faces at the Hot Dog Festival last weekend.
Frankfort police are investigating what appears to be a near-drowning incident at the TPA Pool early Monday afternoon, when a youth was found unresponsive at the bottom of the pool
Athletes ages 10 to 80 from more than 20 Indiana towns and cities competed in the Hot Dog Doubles Tennis Tournament Saturday at Frankfort High School.
Despite a thunderstorm that shut down this year’s Hot Dog Festival a few hours early, organizers said it appeared to be a success.
A thunderstorm shut down this year’s Hot Dog Festival several hours early.
More than 100 people participated in the 5K Bun Run Saturday morning, as Cody Bray, 17, finished on top overall with a time of 16:50.
Athletes were flying through the air in Downtown Frankfort as more than a dozen pole-vaulters from across the region came out to participate in the “High-Flying Hot Dog Street Vaul
While a brief rain kept some people away in the afternoon, they started pouring in to the Hot Dog Festival for late afternoon and evening activities and entertainment.
Highlighting the talent of local prisoners, the annual Inmate Art Exhibit is currently on display at the Frankfort Community Public Library.
Although Dovie Hurst turned 100 on Thursday, she said she didn’t feel “any different than yesterday.”
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