On March 28, police from several different agencies were involved in the pursuit of Doffin Jr. after he was suspected of dragging his daughter from a Warren County home.
A fatal shooting has left the public with a number of questions as information is being released by the police a bit at a time.
Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce has announced that Daniel P. Murphy, of Winamac, has been selected to receive the H.J. Halleck Community Service Award.
Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce President Judy Heater is pleased to announce Daniel P. Murphy, of Winamac, has been selected by the chamber Halleck Award committee and the board of directors to receive the H.J.
The Friends of the Panhandle Pathway would like to continue with their park-to-park vision and expanding the path to the north of SR 14 is the next step.
Winamac Town Council members gave their permission for the Friends of the Panhandle Pathway to begin the process of expanding the trail to the north. 
Indiana State Department of Agriculture Policy and Regulatory Affairs Director Jeff Cummins, who was the guest speaker of the economic summit, said the agricultural region that Pulaski County is in has a great amount of potential that could boost the economic development of the county.
A warning was given to Pulaski County leaders as the county economic forecast seems to be following the pattern of Indiana weather.
The Eastern Pulaski Elementary School Vex Robotics team introduced themselves to the Eastern Pulaski Community School Board Monday evening and briefly talked about the program. Danica Kistler, Kelsey Wegner, Olivia Link, Piper Link and Karsten Sandberg shared what they learned from being a part of the team.
Members of the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation are discussing future projects and approved to move forward with one during a regular meeting Monday night. 
Several fire departments arrived at the scene of a downtown fire Saturday morning. Although numerous firefighters were on scene and down by the Tippecanoe River to refill, no injuries were reported.
A fire Saturday morning has left many residents reminiscing about times gone by as they watched a fire on Logan Street consume a building and spread to others. 
On March 28, police from several different agencies were involved in the pursuit of Doffin Jr. after he was suspected of dragging his daughter from a Warren County home.
Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce has announced that Daniel P. Murphy, of Winamac, has been selected to receive the H.J. Halleck Community Service Award.
The Friends of the Panhandle Pathway would like to continue with their park-to-park vision and expanding the path to the north of SR 14 is the next step.
Indiana State Department of Agriculture Policy and Regulatory Affairs Director Jeff Cummins, who was the guest speaker of the economic summit, said the agricultural region that Pulaski County is in has a great amount of potential that could boost the economic development of the county.
The Eastern Pulaski Elementary School Vex Robotics team introduced themselves to the Eastern Pulaski Community School Board Monday evening and briefly talked about the program. Danica Kistler, Kelsey Wegner, Olivia Link, Piper Link and Karsten Sandberg shared what they learned from being a part of the team.
Several fire departments arrived at the scene of a downtown fire Saturday morning. Although numerous firefighters were on scene and down by the Tippecanoe River to refill, no injuries were reported.
Those who attended a ground-breaking ceremony on April 10 were Bryson Minix, Sherry Jorczak, Linda Webb, Valerie Leman, Mark Wuethrich, Cheryl Scheffer, Dr. Charles Hutton, DDS, Courtney Poor, Julie Girton, Dr. Rex Allman, MD, hospital CEO Tom Barry, Jeff Boer, Mark Boer, Tim Gearhart, Gregg Malott and Rana Berkshire.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital is upgrading vital equipment, one of which will take some renovations to the facility.  This year, Pulaski Memorial Hospital (PMH) is upgrading three major pieces of critical diagnostic equipment — the MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) machine, CT (computed tomography)...
The Winamac Town Council is looking to help businesses and at the same time meet some Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.  During a regular meeting on April 10, town manager Brad Zellers approached the council about reducing a handful of downtown parking spots to widen the sidewalk....
Pulaski County Commissioners and council members held a joint session on Monday, April 10.
Pulaski County Commissioners and the county council voiced their concerns regarding back taxes that are allegedly owed by Pulaski County Human Services.  At a joint session between the two entities Monday evening, council president Jay Sullivan questioned county attorney Kevin Tankersley about the...
Pulaski County Council members held a regular meeting on Monday, April 10.
Pulaski County Council members didn’t say no to several requests for additional funding but they didn’t say yes either at a regular meeting Monday evening.  At the meeting, the council voiced their concern about the number of additional appropriation requests that were being made, but yet they didn...
The Winamac Parks and Recreation Board held a meeting on Thursday, April 6.
The Winamac Parks and Recreation Board are ready to move forward with the proposed pool project but there are several questions to wade through.  During a regular board meeting on April 6, parks board president Courtney Poor announced that the board has been given the green light from the...
After hearing about the amount of work it would take to become a Tree City, the Town of Francesville is now looking to see who might be interested in being a part of a committee.  During the March 20 meeting, the council heard from Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Community and Urban...
The Pulaski County Farmer’s Market started off small and grew during the first season.
Positive things are happening in Francesville and this summer could be a time for several events.  Along with the UpTown Project hosting monthly events, the town will be the site of the Pulaski County Farmers’ Market twice a month.   The idea of a farmers’ market began more than two years ago and...
The Pulaski County Commissioners are preparing to work with a local computer company after the information technology director, RB Walters, resigned.  At a meeting Monday night, Will DeGroot, of DeGroot Technology, met with the commissioners to discuss what his role will be in helping the county. ...
On March 28, police from several different agencies were involved in the pursuit of Doffin Jr. after he was suspected of dragging his daughter from a Warren County home.
A fatal shooting has left the public with a number of questions as information is being released by the police a bit at a time. The latest news that has been released on the fatal shooting of Peter J. Doffin Jr., 36, of Lafayette, is that the Pulaski County Prosecutor’s Office will investigate the...
The Star City Sewer District is looking to take a step to better serve customers, as they begin the process of hiring a clerk-treasurer.  During the past couple of meetings, the district board has discussed hiring someone to handle the finances. At the meeting Monday evening, Walter Craig asked the...
 
 

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