BREAKING NEWS
Pulaski County Sheriff’s Officers seized more than 8 pounds of marijuana and more than $4,700 in cash after they responded to a criminal complaint in the area of Beardstown on April 14. 
Pulaski County Commissioners and County Council gathered at an informational meeting about the renovation and addition to the courthouse Monday evening.
An outcry from the public led to a joint session of the Pulaski County Commissioners and County Council Monday evening. 
Members of the Winamac Tree Committee recently met to discuss a tree planting event on April 30. Pictured are Judy Heater, Will Kiefer, Fred Zahrt, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers, Sam Hinkle, Torrin Garbison, Rachel Ploss and Peyton Newman. Photo Submitted
Reviving the Winamac Tree Committee was not only a growing endeavor for the town but also for the students that are adding new energy. 
Photo by Caitlin Haley
Winamac native Justin Haley, in his number five, Chevrolet Impala, ran a clean race, managed his tires and ran down hometown driver Kyle Benjamin with seven laps to go to claim his first career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East checkered flag at Gree
Volunteers and organizations made it possible for more than 1,800 flags to be placed on the graves of veterans who have passed on Saturday in time for Memorial Day. The organizations not only helped raise funds to purchase the flags but also placed them in various cemeteries in the county.
Vendors and informational booths lined the halls of Pulaski Memorial Hospital for one of the largest health fairs the hospital has hosted on Saturday. Anita Ledford, who is in charge of patient education, was one of many hospital staff who participated in the health fair.
BREAKING NEWS
Pulaski County Commissioners and County Council gathered at an informational meeting about the renovation and addition to the courthouse Monday evening.
Members of the Winamac Tree Committee recently met to discuss a tree planting event on April 30. Pictured are Judy Heater, Will Kiefer, Fred Zahrt, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers, Sam Hinkle, Torrin Garbison, Rachel Ploss and Peyton Newman. Photo Submitted
Photo by Caitlin Haley
A drawing of the zero-foot entry pool, with a spray feature play zone, was presented to the Winamac Town Council on Feb. 8. Premier Aquatic Construction is overseeing the project while the visual drawings given to the council were completed by MartinRiley Architects-Engineers.
The community pool committee is no longer wading in unknown waters but is gliding through with the goal of a first-place finish.  During a recent informational meeting, pool committee members met with the public to update them on the proposed pool project.  Committee chairwoman, Judy Heater, first...
As the Star City Sewer District is trying to be an efficient board and ensure all the bills are paid, they are looking at whether a rate increase is needed.  The concern is that the district bills will not be paid if the customer bills are not paid. Boardman Walter Craig said he and Mary Craig...
A special Winamac Town Council meeting led to the council members reversing a previous decision regarding the payment of services not rendered to specification.  On May 19, the council approved to pay the $1,650 that is owed to a business that recently downed trees in the town park.  During the May...
Paul Katschke
A Denham man has been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison as part of a plea agreement for voluntary manslaughter.  Paul Katschke, 41, was sentenced during a hearing on Monday for voluntary manslaughter after he was suspected of strangling his girlfriend, Amber Rene Taylor, to death.  Katschke...
Monterey residents are questioning the county commissioners as to what can be done with the portion of the Sportsman’s Bar and Grill that collapsed on April 23, 2015, and was torn partially down for safety reasons.
Numerous Monterey residents are showing their disapproval and have signed a petition that was delivered to the Pulaski County Commissioners on Monday.  Monterey resident Tina Stacy approached the commissioners asking for them to take action in regards to the collapsed commercial building in...
Monterey Town Council members feel it’s in their best interest to continue with the sewer system upgrade project and rebid it.  During a regular council meeting on May 11, the council approved to move forward with the project after some changes were made to the scope of the project.  Some of the...
The Winamac Town Council approved to withhold a portion of funds from a company that recently removed trees in the town park.  During a regular meeting on May 9, the council approved to pay the company $18,350. The original quote was for $20,000. The quote included cutting down 49 ash trees.  Park...
As the West Central School Corporation prepares for the new school year, several changes are being made to the student handbook in hopes of addressing some issues that include absents, tardies and graduation credits.  During a regular school board meeting on May 5, elementary principal Dan Zylstra...
 
 

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