Monterey Town Council members were given an idea of how much it might cost to renovate the Kleckner bandstand on May 13, 2015. One of the first issues that will need to be addressed is stabilizing the slanted piers. The grandstand has been the topic of discussion during several meetings.
The Kleckner Park grandstand in Monterey has been sold to a private owner and will soon no longer be the property of the town. 
Local law enforcement agencies, along with the Indiana Gaming Commission and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, removed nearly 100 birds from a residence on CR 450 N., northwest of Medaryville. The birds are believed to be a part of a cockfighting operation.
Several vehicles caused a bit of a stir to those who were trying to access CR 450 N. on Feb. 16, as the Indiana Gaming Commission removed almost 100 birds from a property just west of U.S. 421. 
Former Tippecanoe Township Trustee, Kathy Keller, 44, Monterey, is facing the criminal charges of theft, forgery, official misconduct and violation of the itemization and certification rule.
The former Tippecanoe Township trustee is facing a handful of charges as police are working with the State Board of Accounts. 
To the delight of EPES students Susie Schultz, Jill Collins and Maureen Garrity hang suspended from the gymnasium bleachers.
When the students of Eastern Pulaski Elementary School put their minds to something, look out. Each year the students are challenged to raise money for the Pennies for Patients program and each year they go above and beyond.
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn swore in school board members Deke DeMarco, Terri Johnston, Beth Ruff and Larry Beach before the regular school board meeting Monday evening. DeMarco, Johnston and Beach are all returning school board members.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members approved the hiring of a new football coach but not without opposition. 
Monterey Town Council members were given an idea of how much it might cost to renovate the Kleckner bandstand on May 13, 2015. One of the first issues that will need to be addressed is stabilizing the slanted piers. The grandstand has been the topic of discussion during several meetings.
Local law enforcement agencies, along with the Indiana Gaming Commission and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, removed nearly 100 birds from a residence on CR 450 N., northwest of Medaryville. The birds are believed to be a part of a cockfighting operation.
Former Tippecanoe Township Trustee, Kathy Keller, 44, Monterey, is facing the criminal charges of theft, forgery, official misconduct and violation of the itemization and certification rule.
To the delight of EPES students Susie Schultz, Jill Collins and Maureen Garrity hang suspended from the gymnasium bleachers.
A community of firefighters gathered and showed their respects to Michael Shorter who passed away on Jan. 22 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Shorter was a firefighter for the Star City Volunteer Fire Department. Numerous friends, family members and firefighters gave their condolences during a visitation on Friday.  Shorter was escorted to the cemetery on the top of the fire truck.
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn swore in school board members Deke DeMarco, Terri Johnston, Beth Ruff and Larry Beach before the regular school board meeting Monday evening. DeMarco, Johnston and Beach are all returning school board members.
The Town of Winamac is taking a proactive approach as the danger of water contamination is looming.  As part of the proactive actions, the town recently reviewed a water and stormwater infrastructure improvement study. The study not only took a close look at the stormwater infrastructure and where...
Monterey Town Council members were given an idea of how much it might cost to renovate the Kleckner bandstand on May 13, 2015. One of the first issues that will need to be addressed is stabilizing the slanted piers. The grandstand has been the topic of discussion during several meetings.
The Kleckner Park grandstand in Monterey has been sold to a private owner and will soon no longer be the property of the town.  The grandstand has been a topic of discussion with the council for the last several months. During a previous meeting the council decided to sell the structure because the...
The Medaryville Town Council has hired an attorney to prosecute the ordinance violations issued by the town after the attorney contract was tabled last month. During a regular meeting on Feb. 14, the council approved to hire an attorney from San Pierre to represent the town in regards to the...
Local law enforcement agencies, along with the Indiana Gaming Commission and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, removed nearly 100 birds from a residence on CR 450 N., northwest of Medaryville. The birds are believed to be a part of a cockfighting operation.
Several vehicles caused a bit of a stir to those who were trying to access CR 450 N. on Feb. 16, as the Indiana Gaming Commission removed almost 100 birds from a property just west of U.S. 421.  According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), who assisted with...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation has approved the purchasing of three new vehicles and projectors totaling more than $290,200.  During a regular school board meeting Monday night, the board approved to purchase new projectors for about 68 classrooms, two new buses and a new van. ...
Former Tippecanoe Township Trustee, Kathy Keller, 44, Monterey, is facing the criminal charges of theft, forgery, official misconduct and violation of the itemization and certification rule.
The former Tippecanoe Township trustee is facing a handful of charges as police are working with the State Board of Accounts.  Not only is the former Tippecanoe Township trustee, Kathy Keller, 44, Monterey, being asked to reimburse the state more than $148,000, but she is now facing the criminal...
A joint session between the Pulaski County Commissioners and the county council was a time of sharing information and ideas Monday night.  At the meeting, the groups heard from the coroner’s office, the Pulaski County Community Development Commission, the soil and water conservation district,...
To the delight of EPES students Susie Schultz, Jill Collins and Maureen Garrity hang suspended from the gymnasium bleachers.
When the students of Eastern Pulaski Elementary School put their minds to something, look out. Each year the students are challenged to raise money for the Pennies for Patients program and each year they go above and beyond. This year’s goal of reaching $1,000 was surpassed in no time and the final...
School superintendents across the state are watching several bills in this legislative session that could have big impacts on their future.  The rash of education bills could greatly influence school funding and teacher evaluations. Of the bills, there are three that are standing out to local...
Pulaski County Commissioners opted to again table a previous request regarding the purchasing of tourism commercials.  Commissioners addressed a request to spend about $22,000 on commercials and advertising that was made during the Jan. 17 meeting by Pulaski County Community Development Commission...
 
 

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