The group that was most excited during Hickory Creek at Winamac’s annual egg hunt, but needed a lot of help collecting eggs, was the less than 3 year olds.
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Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Superintendent Dan Foster gave Jeremy Tucker a Warrior shirt. Tucker was hired as the new high school principal.
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board is moving ahead with the hiring of a new high school principal. School board members approved to hire a new principal during a regular school board meeting Monday evening.
The Medaryville/White Post Volunteer Fire Department lacks space so much that the firefighters’ gear lines one long wall and is exposed to the exhaust of the vehicles.
The Medaryville/White Post Volunteer Fire Department is taking a leap of faith after years of small steps to a new fire station. 
The well water project continues to cause concerns for the Winamac Town Council, enough that a special meeting was held in hopes of finding some solutions. 
Francesville Town Council members are moving forward with implementing a new tax to raise additional funds as they recently held a public hearing. 
Medaryville Council members explained why there are posts separating the town property from the American Legion during a meeting on Feb. 20. The Legion would like for a gate to be installed so access can be open during the winter.
The American Legion in Medaryville would like to access the town property that is adjacent to theirs this winter but the majority of the town thinks otherwise.
The group that was most excited during Hickory Creek at Winamac’s annual egg hunt, but needed a lot of help collecting eggs, was the less than 3 year olds.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Superintendent Dan Foster gave Jeremy Tucker a Warrior shirt. Tucker was hired as the new high school principal.
The Medaryville/White Post Volunteer Fire Department lacks space so much that the firefighters’ gear lines one long wall and is exposed to the exhaust of the vehicles.
Medaryville Council members explained why there are posts separating the town property from the American Legion during a meeting on Feb. 20. The Legion would like for a gate to be installed so access can be open during the winter.
The West Central School Corporation Board of Education has been informed that superintendent Don Street will be resigning effective June 30.  Street was approved as the superintendent of schools for the Kankakee Valley School Corporation on Monday, April 8. He has served the West Central School...
The group that was most excited during Hickory Creek at Winamac’s annual egg hunt, but needed a lot of help collecting eggs, was the less than 3 year olds.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Superintendent Dan Foster gave Jeremy Tucker a Warrior shirt. Tucker was hired as the new high school principal.
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board is moving ahead with the hiring of a new high school principal. School board members approved to hire a new principal during a regular school board meeting Monday evening. Current Winamac Community High School Principal Rick DeFries announced...
Jeff Peters, of Peters Municipal Consultants, spoke with the county commissioners and council, during a joint session April 8, about the financial crisis the county could face.
Pulaski County officials have been informed that if changes are not made to expenditures and revenue the county will be in a financial snafu by 2022. Last year, the county hired Jeff Peters, of Peters Municipal Consultants, to review the county finances and to create a financial plan for the future...
Members of the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board followed the lead of the town council regarding the proposed community pool.  The board, during a regular meeting on April 4, approved to write a letter stating they will not be pursuing a pool but instead move forward with a splash pad.  Board...
The Medaryville/White Post Volunteer Fire Department lacks space so much that the firefighters’ gear lines one long wall and is exposed to the exhaust of the vehicles.
The Medaryville/White Post Volunteer Fire Department is taking a leap of faith after years of small steps to a new fire station.  During a recent Pulaski County Commissioners’ meeting, the department asked for the commissioners’ support so they can apply for an Office of Community and Rural Affairs...
Pulaski County will not be holding a primary election this year in regards to the Monterey and Medaryville town councils.  The decision was made by the Pulaski County Election Board during a regular meeting on March 14.  The board decided that since Medaryville has no contested seats and no one is...
The well water project continues to cause concerns for the Winamac Town Council, enough that a special meeting was held in hopes of finding some solutions.  Since the beginning of the well water project, the town has run into issues with it. The project bid was tentatively awarded to KDM Services...
Francesville Town Council members are moving forward with implementing a new tax to raise additional funds as they recently held a public hearing.  During a regular meeting on March 18, the council met with Eric Walsh, from Baker Tilly Virchow Krause LLP, to discuss the next financial steps the...
The driver who caused a fatality accident on U.S. 35 in 2017 has been sentenced to one year in jail and one year of community corrections.
A Lafayette man involved in a fatality accident more than a year and a half ago was sentenced to one year in jail and one year of community corrections as part of a plea agreement on March 4. Bradyn Bordenet, 21, of Lafayette, was sentenced for causing death when operating a motor vehicle with a...
 
 

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