The Clinton Central Bulldogs are sectional champions for the third consecutive year after defeating the Fountain Central Mustangs in the 2A Sectional 38 final Saturday at Fountain
The Frankfort Hot Dogs lost in three sets to the Western Boone Stars in the 3A Sectional 25 semifinal at North Montgomery Saturday.
Of the 1.1 million job vacancies in the next decade, three-fifths will require some kind of post-secondary education.
Clinton County’s unemployment rate has fallen to 4.4 percent in September, almost half a percent lower than the previous month, according to new figures put out last week by the In
CNG fueling station part of acquisition
Two weeks of debate across the county ended at a forum Thursday night as four candidates seeking election in the Community Schools of Frankfort discussed relevant issues in the dis
The Frankfort Hot Dogs’ season ended after a 35-14 loss to the Norwell Knights in the opening round of the 4A sectional tournament Friday in Frankfort.
The Rossville Hornets’ volleyball team advanced to the 1A Sectional 54 semifinal after defeating the Clinton Prairie Gophers in three straight sets Thursday at Clinton Prairie.
Clinton Central’s Austin DeLeon is only in fifth grade, but he’s already being recognized as one of the top youth football players in the nation.
Renovations to city hall were discussed at an Old Stoney Study Committee meeting Wednesday. Rick Gunyon, a member of the Old Stoney Study Committee, provided an update on the prop
Frankfort Police Chief Troy Bacon recently returned from climbing Cho Oyu, the sixth-highest mountain in the world, part Part of the Himalayas about 20 kilometers west of Mount Eve
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