Nathan Elliott would not have been happy fighting in the Civil War.
As Election Day approaches, sides are drawing up over the Community Schools of Frankfort’s $30 million bond referendum.
FRANKFORT – The Frankfort Hot Dogs fell to the No. 5 Lebanon Tigers once again, losing 13-2 during Thursday’s conference softball game.
When he was younger, Lt. Matthew Myers of the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department, rode ATV’s.
MICHIGANTOWN – In a hard fought, back-and-forth contest between county and conference rivals, it’s only fitting that the game would end in walk-off fashion.
How to deal with a train wreck involving potentially toxic chemicals near Frankfort Middle School was one of topics discussed at the latest meeting of Community Schools of Frankfor
INDIANAPOLIS – It’s the beloved story by Sir James M. Barrie that has enchanted generations. Peter Pan, the tale about the adventures of a boy who would not grow up, soars into Bee
Just like we change our wardrobe with the seasons, it’s time to refashion our menus. One example is the topping on our oatmeal. Fresh succulent strawberries say it’s spring, and ad
ROSSVILLE – The Rossville Hornets upset the Clinton Central Bulldogs by a score of 8-5 during Tuesday’s conference softball game.
A high school pledge leads to hilarity in “Always a Bridesmaid,” the final production of the season for the Clinton County Civic Theatre.
It was a good day for softball at the Clinton Prairie Softball Classic, held Saturday.
FRANKFORT – A back-and-forth battle between non-conference foes ended with the visiting Faith Christian Eagles on top 11-10 over the Clinton Prairie Gophers.
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