Crop farmers will face lower income and animal farmers should enjoy rising income over the next few years, an economist told farmers.
The Rossville boys’ soccer team overcame a one goal deficit to visiting Taylor by scoring two goals in a four-minute span on their way to a 4-2 victory Wednesday.
Clinton Prairie High School’s class of 2027 is already thinking about where they want to go to college thanks to a month-long initiative aimed to get kids talking about higher educ
Edith Crews had always enjoyed shopping at the Salvation Army Thrift Store, so about 16 months ago she started working there.
Don’t call it Swiss chard. To focus on the assortment of varieties now sold at many markets, this floppy-leaved dark green is now named by the color of its stems and bold veins. Th
The 2A Clinton Central Bulldogs volleyball team defeated the visiting 4A McCutcheon Mavericks in a five-set match Tuesday.
The Clinton County Fair Association is ending its year with a profit of $23,697.34, it was announced at the annual meeting, held Monday in the 4-H Building.
As the month progresses, Nicole Black said her financial situation gets tighter and tighter as the bills pile up.
Water drainage from baseball diamonds near a strip of houses could be a “contributing factor” to recent flood damage to a Rossville home, Clinton County Surveyor Daniel Sheets told
While enjoying their time at home, Travis and Gina Sheets are anxious to get back to their other home and work in Liberia.
The Rossville girls’ volleyball team had no trouble against visiting Taylor as they easily won the match in three sets Monday.
Should Indiana continue court appeals to maintain ban on gay marriage that has twice been struck down by federal judges?
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