Pulaski County Health Department volunteer Lynette Altman, Pulaski County Health Department Clinic Administrator Vicki White, along with Pulaski County Public Library Executive Director MacKenzie Ledley and Pulaski County Public Library  System Administrator Michael Rose recently spoke with (center) representatives from Senator Todd Young’s office, Chris Salatas, regional director and Courtney Papa, district director, about how the vaccine clinic is a community collaboration.
It’s taking a community of volunteers to administer the vaccinations that have come to the county and that collaboration appears to be a shining light to many. 
West Central School Board members, Mandy Sharpe, Jonathan Gutwein Jacob Tanner and Dennis Gutwein, were sworn in before the board of finance and regular session on Jan. 7.
West Central School Corporation is looking at various options after the corporation food service director recently resigned. 
Four Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members were sworn in Monday evening before the regular meeting. Corporation treasurer Angie Anspach led Beth Ruff, Jimmy Terry, Scott Hanson and Rob Zeider in their oath of office.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members have decided to continue the benefits of the expanded paid sick leave act regarding COVID-19. 
Community leaders recently met to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans.
The Pulaski County Health Department held a second planning meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 29 at the Knights of Columbus. The Knights will serve as the vaccine distribution site in Pulaski County. 
Winamac Town Council members recently broke ground on the newest town project. The town plans to remove several buildings and the “old elevator” from property at the corner of Adams and Logan streets.
The Town of Winamac continues to make improvements with the latest project including purchasing property and eventually removing dilapidated structures. 
Pulaski Memorial Hospital Chief of Nursing Linda Webb vaccinated Dr. Clint Kauffman for COVID-19 on Dec. 18. The hospital staff assisted at Logansport Memorial in administering the first doses to area health care workers and providers.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital staff are some of the first individuals, who have a connection of Pulaski County, to receive the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations. 
Pulaski County Health Department volunteer Lynette Altman, Pulaski County Health Department Clinic Administrator Vicki White, along with Pulaski County Public Library Executive Director MacKenzie Ledley and Pulaski County Public Library  System Administrator Michael Rose recently spoke with (center) representatives from Senator Todd Young’s office, Chris Salatas, regional director and Courtney Papa, district director, about how the vaccine clinic is a community collaboration.
West Central School Board members, Mandy Sharpe, Jonathan Gutwein Jacob Tanner and Dennis Gutwein, were sworn in before the board of finance and regular session on Jan. 7.
Four Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members were sworn in Monday evening before the regular meeting. Corporation treasurer Angie Anspach led Beth Ruff, Jimmy Terry, Scott Hanson and Rob Zeider in their oath of office.
Community leaders recently met to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans.
Winamac Town Council members recently broke ground on the newest town project. The town plans to remove several buildings and the “old elevator” from property at the corner of Adams and Logan streets.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital Chief of Nursing Linda Webb vaccinated Dr. Clint Kauffman for COVID-19 on Dec. 18. The hospital staff assisted at Logansport Memorial in administering the first doses to area health care workers and providers.
Pulaski County Health Department volunteer Lynette Altman, Pulaski County Health Department Clinic Administrator Vicki White, along with Pulaski County Public Library Executive Director MacKenzie Ledley and Pulaski County Public Library  System Administrator Michael Rose recently spoke with (center) representatives from Senator Todd Young’s office, Chris Salatas, regional director and Courtney Papa, district director, about how the vaccine clinic is a community collaboration.
It’s taking a community of volunteers to administer the vaccinations that have come to the county and that collaboration appears to be a shining light to many.  About 150 people were vaccinated by the Pulaski County Health Department last week with help from several organizations and volunteers....
Monterey Town Council members voiced their concerns regarding the width of a few of the streets in town during a regular council meeting on Jan. 12.  Council members previously discussed how narrow Washington Street is and whether parking on it should be allowed.  “I would like to rehash the thing...
The Pulaski County Council members gave their support regarding the proposed courthouse project but some are concerned with an increase in the proposed cost. On Jan. 11 during a regular meeting, the council heard from Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer...
West Central School Board members, Mandy Sharpe, Jonathan Gutwein Jacob Tanner and Dennis Gutwein, were sworn in before the board of finance and regular session on Jan. 7.
West Central School Corporation is looking at various options after the corporation food service director recently resigned.  Superintendent Dan Zylstra informed the school corporation board, on Jan. 7 during a regular meeting, that Jessica Murray has resigned after working for the corporation for...
Four Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members were sworn in Monday evening before the regular meeting. Corporation treasurer Angie Anspach led Beth Ruff, Jimmy Terry, Scott Hanson and Rob Zeider in their oath of office.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members have decided to continue the benefits of the expanded paid sick leave act regarding COVID-19.  Superintendent Dara Chezem explained, during a regular school board meeting Monday evening, that the act expired and school corporations now have...
Community leaders recently met to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans.
The Pulaski County Health Department held a second planning meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 29 at the Knights of Columbus. The Knights will serve as the vaccine distribution site in Pulaski County.  Other than supplying the vaccine and an online database, the federal and state government is relying on...
Winamac Town Council members recently broke ground on the newest town project. The town plans to remove several buildings and the “old elevator” from property at the corner of Adams and Logan streets.
The Town of Winamac continues to make improvements with the latest project including purchasing property and eventually removing dilapidated structures.  The property is commonly referred to as the “old elevator” near the corner of Adams and Logan streets and was owned by Freebird Rentals Inc. The...
The Pulaski County Commissioners are seeing a cost increase in liability insurance and workers’ compensation for 2021 but there could be some changes with a little work.  The increase will be about $28,555 because of the alternate quote the commissioners approved of on Monday, Dec. 21.  The county...
Pulaski Memorial Hospital Chief of Nursing Linda Webb vaccinated Dr. Clint Kauffman for COVID-19 on Dec. 18. The hospital staff assisted at Logansport Memorial in administering the first doses to area health care workers and providers.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital staff are some of the first individuals, who have a connection of Pulaski County, to receive the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations.  Several Pulaski Memorial Hospital frontline workers traveled to Logansport Memorial Hospital to receive the first of two shots on Dec. 18...
A list of questions were sent to a number of local county officials regarding the incident management team, the health department and what is happening in regards to COVID-19 planning. The questions were asked by the Journal after the county commissioners didn’t seem to have answers to questions...
 
 

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