Ken Hartman

Thorntown Man Following Pursuit

On Friday, February 3, just before 4:30 p.m., Trooper McQueary was patrolling US 52 near Manson Colfax Road. Trooper McQueary attempted to stop a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt for speeding, along with numerous other traffic violations. The driver was later identified as Travis Martin, 29, from Thorntown. When Trooper McQueary attempted to stop the Cobalt, it…

Two Police Offices Shot in Mitchell During a Traffic Stop

After continuing to investigate the officer-involved shooting that occurred Sunday morning, February 5, in Mitchell, Indiana, Detectives with the Indiana State Police have the following additional information to release that includes the names of the wounded officers and the deceased suspect. One of the officers involved in the police involved shooting this morning in Mitchell,…

Election Field Set for May Primary

Races are now set for the May primary election after the signup period ended at noon Friday. Mayor Judy Sheets will be challenged by John Kirby for the mayor’s position. Sheets will be seeking her second term as mayor, while Kirby was the former Fire Chief. Here is how the other races for Frankfort City…

Girls’ Sectional Basketball Results

The following is the results of girls’ basketball sectional pairings this next week. WILO will be broadcasting action from the Lafayette Central Catholic sectional Saturday night. Class 3A At Benton Central Tuesday’s Result Twin Lakes 76, North Montgomery 23 Wednesday’s Results Benton Central 54, Western 47 Rensselaer Central 57, Frankfort 12 Friday’s Results Twin Lakes…

Nearly 200 People Attend Chamber Luncheon at 51 West Event Center

The chamber recognized individuals, businesses and organizations that have gone above and beyond in 2022. “We just love doing this,” said Clinton County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Shan Sheridan. “We have so many great people that I wish we could recognize everyone and we do when we come together. But what a blessing it…

City of Kokomo Seeks Artists for Downtown Mural Project

The City of Kokomo is accepting proposals from qualified artists to participate in a for-hire downtown mural project. The project involves the production of an interactive mural on the side of a downtown business (Comics Cubed, 121 E. Sycamore St) and is open to all qualified artists living or working in Indiana. The City encourages applications…

Buchanan: Bill to Increase Funding for Certified Technology Parks Passes Senate

A bill authored by State Sen. Brian Buchanan (R-Lebanon) that would increase the amount of incremental sales and income tax dollars a Certified Technology Park can capture passed the Senate unanimously Tuesday, Jan. 31. Certified technology parks attract high-tech businesses to Indiana by allowing a local government to allocate certain state and local tax revenue generated inside…