MICHIGANTOWN – The final results were about to be announced as the Clinton Prairie and Rossville wrestling teams gathered together to see if they pulled it off to become the 2015 H
A good time for a good cause raised money for a new piece of hospital equipment at this year’s Midwinter Gala, the main fundraiser for the St. Vincent Frankfort Hospital Foundation
ROSSVILLE – In Friday’s battle of county and conference rivals, the host Rossville Hornets came away with a 60-39 victory over the visiting Clinton Central Bulldogs.
MICHIGANTOWN – The Clinton Central and Frankfort swimming and diving teams split their meet Thursday night at Clinton Central. The Clinton Central girls narrowly came away with a 9
The coming months will be a taxing time, but volunteers with the AARP Tax Aide program will be offering free assistance for low-income and elderly residents.
MICHIGANTOWN – The Clinton Central Bulldogs fell to the visiting Taylor Titans 50-35 in Wednesday’s non-conference girls’ basketball contest.
ROSSVILLE - No longer stationed in the middle of a cornfield, the Flour Mill Bakery is getting settled in a more urban environment ... located on the West edge of Rossville.
Local law enforcement personnel are looking for a man allegedly responsible for vandalizing three vehicles in Michigantown last December.
The Clinton County Sheriff's Office is ask
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ROSSVILLE – A dominant all-around performance led the Rossville Hornets to a 54-10 win over the Faith Christian Eagles during Tuesday’s non-conference girls’ basketball game.
Frankfort’s mayoral primary picked up a second candidate Tuesday when Thelma Ruth “Aunt Ruth” Dommestrup announced she will run against incumbent Mayor Chris McBarnes.
FRANKFORT – The Frankfort wrestling team defeated Twin Lakes 51-20 Tuesday night at Case Arena.
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