A total of 10 Rossville soccer players were selected to the North/South All-Stars for their play this past season.
A theatrical adaption of one of the best-loved children’s books ever written, “Charlotte’s Web,” will be performed at the Rossville High School Performing Arts Center Friday.
Most everyone loves traditional potato wedges. Sweet potatoes offer a new way to enjoy potato wedges, yet these wedges are packed with beneficial beta-carotene. Oven-roasted with a
A strong defensive performance by the Clinton Central Bulldogs led to a 30-19 win over the Faith Christian Eagles during opening round of the Indiana Kitchen Classic Tuesday in Del
In the 1930s following the Great Depression, many laborers unionized against the harsh workplace conditions set forth by owners of large industries across the nation.
Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes announced Monday he would be running for reelection in the upcoming municipal elections.
In a back-and-forth game, the Rossville Hornets fell to the North White Vikings 36-30 in the opening round of the Indiana Kitchen Classic Monday in Delphi.
The first measurable snow of the season led to a number of slide-offs and several accidents, including two with injuries.
Ivy Tech-Frankfort was officially named the Davidson Campus Monday during a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Downtown location.
Ivy Tech President Tom Snyder and Region 4 Chancellor
Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers visited a summit by Clinton County’s College Success Coalition Monday at the Clinton County Fairgrounds.
Rossville Consolidated School District was one of more than 500 districts in the U.S. and Canada named to the AP District Honor Roll by The College Board last week.
The College Boa
Two local churches will be drop-off points for Operation Christmas Child, a nationwide program that collects shoeboxes full of gifts and supplies for needy children.
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