High School Cafeteria Used As Warming Shelter In Frankfort

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Updated: 1/06 7:33 pm
The Red Cross designated the cafeteria at Western Hills High School at 100 Doctor's Drive, as a place to find relief from the bitter cold.

In addition, the city of Frankfort said it will not be picking up any trash or recycling on Tuesday.

Tuesday's original pick-up has been re-scheduled for Wednesday.

Regular Wednesday pickups will go on as scheduled that day.
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