The Winamac Town Park main shelter and restrooms have been demolished. A new building that is similar to the old structure will be built.
After months and months of work and anticipation, the restrooms and shelter project at the Winamac Town Park is slowly underway.  
Photo Credit-Will Ujek/WKYC
In his first appearance at the NASCAR Cup Series Daytona 500, in only his fourth cup series start, Justin Haley started from the 33rd position and drove a smart race in his Fraternal Order of Eagles No.
Photos courtesy Kaulig Racing. Follow them on Twitter @KauligRacing
Winamac’s Justin Haley will start his first NASCAR Daytona 500 next Sunday after securing one of five open positions for non-charter cars in last Sunday’s qualifying.
BraunAbility has agreed on a 15-year lease that will allow the company to continue to use the Winamac site.
BraunAbility has a proven track record of being opportunity driven and the company is paving the road to future investments.  
The 2020 MLK Award Winners are (front) Payton Warner (Courage), Sammy DePoy (Dignity), Ryan Huggler (Sacrifice); (middle) Jaylynn Hall (Community), Taylor Perry (Courage), Mrs. Natalie Dickinson (Sacrifice); (back) Sandy Lucas (Courage), Ms. Elaina Sutton (Justice), Mrs. Marilyn Newman (Dignity) and Mr. Don Darda (Community). Not pictured Tori Wildermuth (Community).
Winamac Community High School and Middle School students celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a convocation Monday, Jan. 20.
Dustin Holland and Susan Risner, of Knox, welcomed Oden Ryan Wayne Holland on Jan. 17 at Pulaski Memorial Hospital. He is the first baby to be born at the hospital this year.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital welcomed the first baby of the year and the parents weren’t expecting the title. 
The Winamac Town Park main shelter and restrooms have been demolished. A new building that is similar to the old structure will be built.
Photo Credit-Will Ujek/WKYC
Photos courtesy Kaulig Racing. Follow them on Twitter @KauligRacing
BraunAbility has agreed on a 15-year lease that will allow the company to continue to use the Winamac site.
The 2020 MLK Award Winners are (front) Payton Warner (Courage), Sammy DePoy (Dignity), Ryan Huggler (Sacrifice); (middle) Jaylynn Hall (Community), Taylor Perry (Courage), Mrs. Natalie Dickinson (Sacrifice); (back) Sandy Lucas (Courage), Ms. Elaina Sutton (Justice), Mrs. Marilyn Newman (Dignity) and Mr. Don Darda (Community). Not pictured Tori Wildermuth (Community).
Dustin Holland and Susan Risner, of Knox, welcomed Oden Ryan Wayne Holland on Jan. 17 at Pulaski Memorial Hospital. He is the first baby to be born at the hospital this year.
The Winamac Town Park main shelter and restrooms have been demolished. A new building that is similar to the old structure will be built.
After months and months of work and anticipation, the restrooms and shelter project at the Winamac Town Park is slowly underway.   The Winamac Parks and Recreation Board has been planning for the last couple years to build a new restroom and shelter in the former location of the main shelter and...
The Pulaski County Council continues to keep a close eye on spending but they approved to hire a part-time person for the health department during a regular meeting on Feb. 10. Director of environmental health and health department office manager Teresa Hansen requested to spend leftover grant...
Photo Credit-Will Ujek/WKYC
In his first appearance at the NASCAR Cup Series Daytona 500, in only his fourth cup series start, Justin Haley started from the 33rd position and drove a smart race in his Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 16 Chevrolet for Kaulig Racing, but was collected in the “big one” on lap 184. With minor damage...
West Central School Board members discussed the potential of allowing home-schooled students to participate in middle school athletics.  The idea was mentioned during a previous board meeting but was discussed more in-depth with the board by superintendent Dan Zylstra at a regular meeting on Feb. 6...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members have approved the paid administrative leave of a second principal during a regular meeting Monday evening.  On Feb. 7, superintendent Dara Chezem made a public statement that the middle school principal Ryan Dickinson was on paid...
Photos courtesy Kaulig Racing. Follow them on Twitter @KauligRacing
Winamac’s Justin Haley will start his first NASCAR Daytona 500 next Sunday after securing one of five open positions for non-charter cars in last Sunday’s qualifying. Haley, a NASCAR Xfinity series regular for Kaulig Racing in the LeafFilter No. 11, will make Kaulig’s first start in the premier...
State Rep. Doug Gutwein (R-Francesville) (center) received a “Service Before Self” Award from Indiana Military Veterans Legislative Day sponsors State Reps. Denny Zent (R-Angola) (left) and John Bartlett (D-Indianapolis) (right) honoring his military service and legislative efforts to help Hoosier veterans on Monday, Jan. 27, at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. A veteran of the Vietnam War, Gutwein worked on several pieces of legislation to help Hoosier veterans and active service members.
State Rep. Douglas Gutwein (R-Francesville) at the statehouse was recently recognized before several Indiana veterans groups for his work supporting Indiana’s bravest men and women. Gutwein, a Vietnam War veteran and member of the House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee, received a “...
Pulaski County Commissioners listened to the concerns of several people regarding the proposed idea of making Pulaski County a Second Amendment sanctuary but no final decisions were made.  The idea was first introduced to the commissioners during the last commissioners’ meeting but a proposed...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation approved several personnel items during a special meeting on Jan. 29 but with little to no explanation.  The board approved the resignations of high school English teacher Laura Stout, part-time nurse Connie Warford, and head football coach Craig Barr....
BraunAbility has agreed on a 15-year lease that will allow the company to continue to use the Winamac site.
BraunAbility has a proven track record of being opportunity driven and the company is paving the road to future investments.   BraunAbility recently announced that after several months of negotiations the company entered into a 15-year lease to use the Winamac site. BraunAbility CEO Staci Kroon...
 
 

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