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Joint statement: calling 911 is best resource for those without shelter

First thing this morning, we met with Police Chief Troy Bacon and Fire Chief John Kirby to strategize on a plan going forward for those needing shelter in our ongoing extreme temperatures. We want to thank the generous folks at the First Nazarene Church for opening their doors and hearts to help all those who […]

Mayoral statement: help available for those without shelter tonight in freezing temperatures

Anyone without shelter in these freezing temperatures tonight or anyone who comes across someone without shelter this evening should call 911 and report that individual(s)’ situation/physical condition. Clinton County Dispatch will send the appropriate local public safety authorities (police, fire, EMS) to help that person or those people and connect them with shelter at the […]

Mayoral statement: Pearl Harbor Day

With today marking the 76th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Governor Holcomb has directed flags be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset in remembrance of this horrific day that took so many courageous service members’ lives and prompted our country’s involvement in WWII. As we remember this fateful day more than a […]

Notice of RDC meeting change

Notice is given that the Redevelopment Commission of the City of Frankfort, Indiana, will meet on Monday, December 11, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 301 East Clinton Street, Frankfort, Indiana; that the Commission’s regularly scheduled meeting on December 25, 2017 is cancelled.  

Flags at half-staff December 7 for Pearl Harbor Day

Governor Eric Holcomb has directed flags at government facilities across the state be flown at half-staff for Pearl Harbor Day, Thursday, December 7.  Flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset tomorrow. The Governor also asks businesses and residents to lower their flags to half-staff on Thursday.

Mayoral statement on passing of Marilyn Ransom

Our heartfelt prayers go out to Tom Ransom and the Ransom family on the loss of their wife, mother and grandmother, Marilyn. Marilyn passed away early Monday morning, leaving behind a legacy as an educator and community leader. She was an exceptional teacher for the Community Schools of Frankfort for 22 years. As a student […]

Mayoral statement on passing of Marilyn Stingley

We mourn the passing last Friday of a trailblazer in our community, Marilyn Lois Myers Stingley. A graduate of Frankfort High School, Marilyn worked many years for the Community Schools of Frankfort as a paraprofessional at Kyger and Woodside schools. She raised her family here and one of her daughters, Carol Bartley serves as Clinton […]

Invitation to public art unveiling November 30

To my fellow Frankfort residents, On behalf of the members of the Frankfort Future Leaders Advisory Council, you are invited to the unveiling of Frankfort’s first major piece of public art in our downtown! I hope you can join us at noon this Thursday, November 30 on the south side of Clinton Street between Pepe’s […]